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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
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
Rebecca Griffiths, EON
Joe Inskip, Bridon International
Timothy Jackson, Thorntask
Graham King, Keltbray Group
Andrew Kirk, Tata Steel Projects
Tom May, Romtech
Delena-Marie Naor, Carillion
Michelle Phillips, BOC Group
Maria Quinn, RPS Group
Thomas Rose, Turner Estate Solutions
Matthew Timothy, Flogas Britain
Letitia Weeks, Rio Tinto
Tapiwa Gavaza, Conisbee
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Sanmita Palit, Mott MacDonald
Simon Smith, QinetiQ
Amy Shuffleton, Costain
Upgrading your membership is key to you gaining professional recognition. Learn more at iema.net/membership-upgrade or call +44 (0)1522 540069.
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