New HSHE Consultancy Business Launches

New HSHE Consultancy Business Launches

With 30 years’ experience in the food and pharmaceutical industries, former LINPAC Packaging and Klöckner Pentaplast health and safety expert, Mark Reynolds, has launched a specialist consultancy to support companies in raising standards and reducing costs through improved risk management and compliance.

Mark Reynolds Risk Management Ltd. (‘MRRM’) offers a wide range of services to businesses operating globally relating to health, safety, hygiene and environmental (HSHE) performance. These include strategy development, risk analysis and assessments, training programmes, supplier audits, global compliance, insurance and broker reviews.

“Health and safety can be a minefield for businesses,” said Mark. “While creating a strong safety culture is often a key priority for many companies, implementing successful processes and strategies can be complex and time-consuming. With a clear focus on continuous improvement, having the right tools and expertise is crucial to ensure businesses are working smarter, not harder, when it comes to health and safety.

“Good practice in health and safety makes sound business sense; not only does it make for a happier and healthier workforce, minimising staff turnover, it reduces absences and sick leave and can boost an organisation’s reputation and productivity. At the same time, by protecting employees, businesses can benefit from significant reductions in insurance premiums and legal costs.”

Before establishing his own business, Mark was Group Director of Operational Risk with global packaging manufacturer, Klöckner Pentaplast, and had spent more than 24 years with LINPAC Packaging, rising from Process Technician to Director of Operational Risk. During his time with both companies, he generated multi-million-pound savings and reduced lost-time accidents significantly.

Mark said: “Risk management applies to every part of every industry and the processes implemented in one can be easily transferred and applied to another. Businesses may have an employee or team dedicated to health and safety already, but an external partner can bring multiple benefits to complement and enhance in-house activity.

“These include reducing the administration burden on in-house employees, freeing them up to focus on other tasks; access to expertise, knowledge and tools that otherwise may not be available and ensuring complex legislation is navigated and implemented successfully. Additionally, an external partner can provide an objective insight to company practice and compliance in respect of health and safety without being influenced by wider business activity and requirements.”

Mark added: “My key objectives were to create a consultancy that is built on proven skills and experience and which will bring tangible results for companies. Regardless of size, industry or current health and safety strategy, MRRM can offer a unique set of services to deliver excellent return on investment and superior health and safety performance.”

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