We spend a lot time learning how our Clients operate, getting to know individuals and understanding their needs. We are comfortable talking with a worker on the shopfloor about their problems one day and then able to present a solution to the board the next. Most of all we value and enjoy the inter personal relationships we have with our Clients.
Jon has a thorough knowledge of health, safety and sustainable development issues, coupled with operational experience, from almost 20 years in consultancy and industry. He has worked across government, the regulated sectors and industry in a variety of health and safety, environmental and CSR.
He is an effective communicator and influencer, with demonstrable experience in facilitating collaboration and change across all company levels, at Executive Board through to site teams. He is able to integrate health, safety and sustainability within companies to provide business-winning advantage, target cost reduction and improve culture.
Early in his career Jon worked in consultancy moving into the Construction industry and spent two years working on-site at the Olympic Park. A senior management position followed within the Galliford Try Group developing and rolling out a Corporate Responsibility strategy.
Dominic has more than 20 years’ experience advising businesses and their senior management teams on health and safety matters. During this time he has worked for some of the UK’s leading project management and engineering consultancies as a specialist advisor and spent 7 years ensconced within one of the UK’s leading Regulatory Law teams.
As well as auditing and advising clients such as Arcadia Group, Scottish Power Renewables, Persimmon Homes and 3M, he worked alongside legal defence teams to provide practical health and safety advice and guidance on live cases including some of the most high profile UK health and safety cases of that time. One such case was the first significant Corporate Manslaughter conviction.
Senior Consultant – fire lead
Chris previously held the position of Head of Safety Enforcement and Community Safety for Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service and was responsible for the safety from fire of over a million head of population and operational fire response crews.
He is highly experienced at risk assessing, designing and validating fire safety engineering provisions and escape strategies within all types of premises. He was responsible for compiling investigations, bringing legal action and managing cases in both Magistrates and Crown Court.
Chris has brought over 25 successful prosecutions under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, is a qualified expert witness and has compiled expert reports for both safety and fire investigation subject matter.
More recently Chris has brought together trusted fire safety partnership with large corporate organisations.
PrePro and Chris Bailey are delighted to have worked with a wide range of respected clients:
We support the following charities by providing their fire risk assessments and giving H&S advice as required. If you are a registered charity, please give us a call to see if we can help.
TRAX was set up in 1992 in response to joyriding which was rife on Oxfordshire estates. The idea was to provide an alternative to a custodial sentence for young car offenders where they could follow their interest in motor vehicles in a positive and constructive project. The idea worked and TRAX helped to reduce car offending by 40% in the areas it had an active presence.
TRAX runs courses to engage young people aged 13 – 18 years old in Oxfordshire. They aim to divert young people away from anti-social behaviour, crime and negative activities and encourage the personal, social and educational development of all young people who come to our project so they become positive and active members of their communities.
Further information at http://traxorg.com/ or ask Jon!