Tuesday, August 4, 2009

News: Rotherham safety specialist unveils aggressive expansion plans


A Rotherham-based health and safety management specialist has announced million pound expansion plans to double the size of its turnover by 2013 by focussing on training.

Environ Safety Management Ltd has seen its turnover top £600,000 following a year of intense growth, exceeding last year's figure of £530,000.

Now it has targeted an ambitious £1.2m turnover in the next four years and plans to double the health and safety specialist workforce.

Environ has capitalised on companies having to comply with an ever-growing portfolio of health, safety and environmental regulations, and is now a niche provider of these services.

It has seen the training arm of the company go from strength to strength after securing preferred status on national contracts with high profile clients including Balfour Beatty, Carillion and Bovis lend Lease.

Paul Alvey, director of Environ, said: "Health and safety consultancy has always been our core business but in the last 12 months we have sought to diversify to respond to the economic climate and create new revenue streams and niche, high value markets.

"Training has become central to Environ's services and is tailor-made to suit the needs of each individual business."

After starting life as a one-man business servicing specialist parent company Horbury Group in 2004, Environ has expanded to employ seven full-time consultants working primarily in the construction, engineering and manufacturing industries.

Horbury website

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