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Gillian Wood, Liverpool Football Club talks health and safety

A very interesting interview in the December 2017 edition of the of IOSH Magazine, featuring Liverpool Football Club’s Senior Health and Safety Manager, Gillian Wood.

Untitled design.jpgGillian’s role involves setting the Club’s health and safety strategy and supporting departmental managers and supervisors to manage operational safety and health.

When you think of football, health and safety considerations may not immediately come to mind, however safety plays an extremely vital component in ensuring employees and the public’s safety.

In the interview, Gillian talks about what her role involves, procuring a bespoke health and safety management system to standardise health and safety management and her ambition for Liverpool FC “to become leaders in health and safety for the industry”.

Read the interview in full, or access the link to the publication here.

 

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