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MUS DIRECTOR CHAIRS THAMES WATER HEALTH AND SAFETY LEADERSHIP TEAM 25th March 2014

MUS DIRECTOR CHAIRS THAMES WATER HEALTH AND SAFETY LEADERSHIP TEAM

Adam Gosnold, Executive Director, Morrison Utility Services, appointed to lead HSLT triple zero commitment in 2014.

Thames Water has announced that Adam Gosnold, Executive Director, Morrison Utility Services, has been appointed as the new chairman of the Thames Water Health and Safety Leadership Team (HSLT).

The HSLT, comprised of senior Thames Water and contractor management, is responsible for developing initiatives and strategies designed to shape health, safety and wellbeing improvements across Thames Water and its contractors.

Key HSLT initiatives have included:

  • Establishing a consistent approach to behavioural safety on all Thames Water sites
  • Inspirational leadership
  • Risk assessments
  • Cyclist and HGV safety
  • Tier 2 engagement

Karl Simons, Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing, Thames Water: "Adam comes with a wealth of experience working at senior management level and his appointment as Thames Water’s HSLT Chairman is a testament to his success as a leader.  The HSLT develops and sets the H&S standards and expectations for all our supply chain partners and I am confident having Adam’s passion and drive steering the creative minds in this team of leaders will bring enormous benefit throughout the remainder of this AMP 5 Period."

Adam Gosnold, Executive Director, Morrison Utility Services and Chairman of the HSLT: “As chairman of the HSLT for this year, I’m looking forward to the exciting new period that lies ahead and my aim is to build uponthe excellent progress that has been made in driving the initiatives introduced by Thames Water and its supply chain partners during AMP5. We will be reviewing our initiatives, standards and communications to the wider supply partner network in order to identify fresh opportunities to introduce ongoing improvements to the health, safety and wellbeing of our people.I intend to embrace the opportunities the chairmanship role will provide by continuing to promote collaboration and by steering the HSLT’s pledge to achieving the triple zero commitment of zero incidents, zero harm and zero compromise. Looking ahead, I am keen to ensure that we continue this collaborative forum and, as we head towards 2015, we will be inviting the Thames Water ‘eight2o’ AMP6 delivery alliance to our meetings.”  

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