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Communications and Public Affairs Manager
B&CE are pleased to announce the appointment of three new occupational health professionals. Occupational Health Managers Pippa Langston and Birgitte Mott, and Occupational Health Administrator Rosie Saul have joined the team, boosting our capability in this strategic area for the business.
Margaret Grahamslaw, Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing, said:
“I am delighted to welcome three new specialists to the team. Together they bring over 45 years of experience, with particular expertise in occupational lung disease and musculoskeletal disorders. I have no doubt that they will make a vital contribution as we work to develop a new occupational health scheme for the construction industry.”
Zoe Wright, Director of People and Premises, said:
“Following Margaret’s appointment earlier this year, the addition of further Occupational Health professionals will add significant strength and expertise to our team. It’s fantastic to bring in such high calibre talent at this exciting time for the business.”
For more information, contact Samantha Wilding, Communications and Public Affairs Manager at B&CE – Construction Services on 01293 766674 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes to editors
B&CE is a not-for-profit organisation – we operate for the benefit of our members and their dependents. We were founded in the construction industry back in 1942. Now we offer a workplace pension, employee accident cover and employee life cover.
Chief Executive Patrick Heath-Lay gained overwhelming support at January’s HCLG Summit on our vision for a new approach to occupational health in construction. This vision has at its heart a digital, portable record that workers can take from site to site and contractor to contractor, enabling them to own and manage their health records for the first time.
The first step has been creation of an occupational health Framework, and further details can be found at www.bandce.co.uk/occupational-health