A leading provider of professional advice and consultancy services, QHSE Aberdeen, has celebrated its 7th anniversary by announcing two key promotions to equip the business for future growth.
Established in December 2015, the company has gone from strength to strength with the size of its team more than doubling in the past 18 months and a move to larger office space in Westhill.
Increased demand has now led to two internal promotions to bolster its management team and help ease workload on the directors; allowing them to concentrate on further growing the business, develop new competencies, and strengthen relationships with existing clients.
Led by managing director, Dave Rusling, and business development director, Angela Scott, the company is committed to creating the conditions for employees to reach their full potential and offers a valuable career path to all staff. QHSE Aberdeen is also creating one new position with external recruitment expected to be completed in January.
Lee Forsyth started with the company in April 2019 as a QHSE Advisor then, after gaining suitable knowledge and experience, advanced to senior advisor which included responsibilities as a line manager.
When the opportunity of operations manager arose, Lee jumped at the chance to take on the role; putting into practice everything he has learned along his QHSE journey, shadowing Dave Rusling, and learning the ropes.
QHSE Aberdeen creates a multitude of documents for clients, as well as for internal use, and is always looking for ways to improve systems and processes. Senior QHSE adviser, Jane Pack, was the natural choice for the new position of technical manager given her meticulous approach to work and ability to complete tasks with thoroughness, accuracy and consistency.
She also possesses strong Microsoft 365 and SharePoint skills, where the company creates and stores its suite of documents, operates its bespoke client portal, and develops training materials.
Angela Scott said: “We’re extremely pleased to reward Lee and Jane for the valuable contribution they have both made to the business, particularly over the past year.
“Lee never shies away from any job and his work ethic is second-to-none. He has a proactive attitude and is a very good team player with great patience for training. Although Jane has only been with us since February 2022, she has proved to be a strong team member with a can-do attitude, willing to take on a challenge, and was the perfect fit for the role of technical manager.
“It’s an exciting time for the whole team as we mark seven years in business, and we would like to pay tribute to our staff, clients and suppliers for all their support to date and look forward to seeing what opportunities 2023 brings.
“Thanks to these internal promotions, Dave and I are now able to focus more of our energy on growing the business and shaping the future strategy, spending time working on the business rather than in it.”
QHSE Aberdeen is a leading provider of professional consultancy and advisory services to organisations that require assistance with developing and implementing robust ISO management systems across a wide range of sectors, including oil and gas, renewables, nuclear, and construction.
The company’s focus on people – its own team as well as those working within clients’ organisations – has allowed it to stand out from the competition. This ethos was recognised by judges at the 2022 Northern Star Business Awards, where the business received the Customer First honour.
QHSE Aberdeen provide a Consultancy and Advisory service to organisations of all sizes and sectors that require assistance in the development & implementation of robust Management Systems. www.qhseaberdeen.com
Read the latest issue of the OGV Energy magazine HERE
Worley adopt ‘Think globally, act locally’ policy for their integrated subsea strategy
Western Access Launches in UAE & USA - A Client’s Gateway to World-Class Inspection Services.
Extending subsea asset life using data and tech-driven transformational intelligence
Flexible riser reutilisation unlocks potential to extend the life of subsea fields