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25th November 2014

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Brian Beck

IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on recently upgrading their membership as part of their commitment to learning and professional development.


Dee Allen, Marine Management Organisation

Paige Atkinson, Richmond Safety Services

Jane Baker, Kohler Mira

Carl Beckett, ArcerlorMittal Distribution Solutions UK

Lisa Bertrand, Sustainable Opportunity Solutions

Anthony Bishop, The BDL Group

Kevin Bradley, Keltbray Group

Keith Braidley, Toyota Material Handling UK

Steven Caucutt, BAM Nuttall

Jason Chambers

Christopher Chandler, Resource Data Management

David Clegg, EON

Harry Collins, Lighthouse Safety Training

Rebecca Cosgrove, Ball Packaging Europe

Andrew Davies, ABB

James Ennis, Network Rail

David Esdaile, Thurrock Council

Kenneth Fennell, Tower Transit

Zoe French

Paul Goodliffe

Rachel Griffith

Rebecca Griffiths, EON

Joe Inskip, Bridon International

Timothy Jackson, Thorntask

Paul Kenny

Graham King, Keltbray Group

Andrew Kirk, Tata Steel Projects

Tom May, Romtech

Delena-Marie Naor, Carillion

Michelle Phillips, BOC Group

Maria Quinn, RPS Group

Daniel Quirke

Thomas Rose, Turner Estate Solutions

Denise Sofia

Richard Stables

Matthew Timothy, Flogas Britain

Letitia Weeks, Rio Tinto

Steve Winn

Full Membership

Tapiwa Gavaza, Conisbee

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Sanmita Palit, Mott MacDonald

Simon Smith, QinetiQ

Chartered environmentalist

Amy Shuffleton, Costain

Upgrading your membership is key to you gaining professional recognition. Learn more at or call +44 (0)1522 540069.


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