Seatronics Ltd appoints new QHSE co-ordinator

Joanne Keilloh has appointed as a new group QHSE co-ordinator by Seatronics Ltd, an Acteon company, and part of its geophysical survey, monitoring and data business.

New QHSE co-ordinator to enhance Acteon’s group-wide safety vision

Keilloh has extensive experience in QHSE – developed through her previous roles with Bibby Offshore and DOF Subsea. Based in Aberdeen, Ms. Keilloh will lead the QHSE function for the Seatronics Group and its sister company, J2 Subsea, under this role. She will support the companies’ QHSE strategy and culture, alongside local QHSE representatives.

A dedicated QHSE professional

Phil Middleton, Group Managing Director at Seatronics, said: “Seatronics and J2 Subsea focus on maintaining safe, well-designed plant, equipment and infrastructure with robust, risk-based safety management systems. With a solid foundation in quality management, Joanne is a dedicated QHSE professional and will enrich our already well-established safety culture.”

Keilloh commented: “It is my goal to enhance Acteon’s group-wide safety vision and further develop a positive safety culture for the continued benefit of all employees. I look forward to working with all teams towards achieving this goal, encouraging progressive development, and offering additional support and mentoring to our employees around the world.”

Edited from source by Elizabeth Corner

Published on 23/07/2015


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