David Robinson BSc(Eng) FRGS MInstRE MHSM TD
David originally trained as an aeronautical engineer in which capacity he helped design the hydrogen compressors for the Arianne Space rocket and jet efflux simulators for the Dutch German wind tunnel. He served as the Corporate Audit Manager in British Aerospace, the first non-accountant to fill the role and late worked for North West Regional Health Authority and a university-based management consultancy. Specialising in analysis, modelling, operational research and forecasting, he has a wide range of clients including several hospitals and pharmaceutical companies and in other fields as diverse as property investment, leisure and manufacturing. He also advises on disaster recovery planning.
Professor Tim Marsh PhD; MSc; CFIOSH; CPsychol; SFIIRSM
Professor Tim Marsh is a world class authority on industrial psychology, specialising in safety. He has worked with over 400 blue chip companies including the Atomic Weapons Establishment, Apple, The World Health Organisation, Shell and Coca-Cola. He advised on the Cullen Inquiry and the Haddon-Cave Inquiry into the RAF Nimrod crash and has written on the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster. Specialising in showing organisations how to save not just lives but also money, Professor Marsh has written many scholarly articles and books, produced videos and worked with the BBC. He has given keynote speeches at conferences in Dubai, South Africa, Malaysia and India and is one of very few Chartered Psychologists to be a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.
Claire Cowking ACA
Claire is an accountant with experience across a wide range of clients including such challenging chip companies as Richardson Research Ltd.
Martin Browning MSc MInstRE
Martin started his career as a professional civil engineer and has served for many years with the British Army. With a Masters degree in Post-Conflict Reconstruction, he has experience in high pressure and risk environments, including Iraq and Afghanistan. He has also led training and risk mitigatation projects in countries as far afield as Uganda, the UAE and Kuwait. Martin is well-placed to assist with project management, leadership training and Disaster Recovery Planning