Mireille Stocker, Consultancy Services Manager

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Management responsibility for our health and safety services

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Over 25 years of experience in health and safety and facilities management

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Chartered member of IOSH and on the National Register of Occupational Safety and Health Consultants

She is a Chartered Member of IOSH and is listed on the national register of Occupational Safety and Health Consultants. Mireille is unique in that she was first a customer of Assurity Consulting before our employee. Mireille spent 10 years employed by one of our customers Channel 4 as their Health, Safety and Environment Advisor. During this time she had many responsibilities including health and safety, business continuity, environmental management and facilities management. She also led security for 5 years where she managed situations from organising visits from the then Prime Minister Tony Blair, to dealing with the screaming fans of Britney Spears and Kylie Minogue to mention a few! Definitely a wide, varied and challenging job.

Her other career has been in teaching and it is that which makes Mireille take a keen lead in the services that we offer to the independent school sector. This mixture of facilities management experience and having worked in the educational sector helps her to understand the environment of education.

As a Consultancy Services Manager, Mireille manages a team of consultants. She has management responsibility for all our health and safety services, she also takes a lead role in training consultants to deliver our external training courses. Mireille is a qualified coach and coaches her colleagues within the business. 

 

I am passionate about delivering high-quality services to our customers, to meet and exceed their expectations and deliver value for money.

Insights by Mireille

Building evacuation when the (fire) alarm sounds!

I have worked in the Facilities Management/Health and Safety profession for nearly 30 years, and now, in 2023 I am still astounded that when a building evacuation (fire) alarm sounds, there are still, to this day, people who do not evacuate a building.

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