What is your role at EPI? And what do you do?
I am an operations supervisor and EPI’s QHSE manager. I look after a mix of land, marine and environmental projects from tendering through to project completion. I also govern the EPI’s integrated quality, OHS and environmental management system.
What brought you to EPI group?
After graduating from university, I was looking for a role that would utilise my degree and help build and fortify my operational skills. EPI has a fast paced, dynamic working environment and new learning opportunities continue to present themselves to this day.
What is your favourite part of your job/working at EPI?
Working shoulder to shoulder with industry experts provides great learning opportunities. EPI is a tight-knit team, clearly strives towards a common goal and are just a team’s call away to provide advice when needed.
Tell us a fun/interesting fact about you:
My Dad and I occasionally participate at car shows, often with a 1912 Edwardian Grand Prix car (15L straight-four engine). Hopefully someday I will be entrusted with the task of driving, no easy task as it has a non-synchronous transmission, meaning that engine speed must be manually synchronised with cruising speed to successfully change gear. Particularly challenging as the car has no speedometer or tachometer!