GGF Appoints New Health, Safety and Environment Manager

This week, the GGF welcomed Victoria Shelley as the Federation’s new Health & Safety and Environment Manager.

With over 6 years’ experience working within the FM Department of a successful property management company, Victoria managed the health, safety and environmental impacts of approximately 1,000,000 square feet of commercial space, in both building refurbishment and subsequent property management.   In addition to her experience, Victoria’s qualifications include, achieving chartered status from the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health and graduating with a degree in Human Geography and Environmental Management.On Victoria’s appointment Giles Willson, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Technical Affairs commented “I am delighted that Victoria has joined the Federation as our new Health, Safety and Environment Manager.With her solid experience, qualifications and skills, I am sure she will bring a huge amount to this very important role within the GGF.”

On her position, Victoria commented “I am excited to have joined the GGF and look forward to combining my skills in both health and safety and sustainability to support GGF Members as I move forward within the role”

600450 GGF Appoints New Health, Safety and Environment Manager
Date: 6 May 2014

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