CONICA Ltd, the Newark-based international sport and play surfacing and resin flooring specialist, confirms Richard Hills, Chief Financial Officer, retired at the end of August.
During his 25 years with the company, Richard was an integral part of the leadership team and his professionalism, knowledge and guidance have been key to our success.
In addition to his duties at CONICA, Richard has always been an advocate for the sports and play sector, representing the industry in a number of roles, including as the Finance Chair at SAPCA (Sports and Play Construction Association).
CONICA would like to thank Richard for his outstanding contribution to the business and especially his willingness to go above and beyond anything we could have wished for, or expected, during Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic. We also appreciate that he has kindly agreed to remain available to the business to handover key tasks and to provide guidance and support during the balance of the year and accounting cycle.
The accounting functions of Richard’s role are now handled by Steph Henderson, Financial Controller.
To support our continued growth, CONICA is also pleased to announce that Verity Gale has joined the business in the role of Commercial Manager. She will be responsible for a wide range of pricing, planning, contract and reporting tasks.
Verity joins us from AAR where she was responsible for key commercial aspects of the relationship with Northrop Grumman and RAF Waddington.
CONICA wishes Richard a long, happy and healthy retirement and welcomes Verity on board.
Instarmac Group plc are
celebrating after landing an internationally recognised award for demonstrating
high health and safety standards for the ninth consecutive year.
receiving a RoSPA Gold Medal Award are recognised as being world-leaders in
health and safety practice, ensuring their colleagues, customers, clients and
contractors all get home safely to their families at the end of every working
nearly 2,000 entrants vie to achieve the highest possible accolade in what is
the UK’s longest-running health and safety standard industry awards, and
Instarmac are delighted to have been recognised by RoSPA for the ninth year in
this prestigious industry award, Emma Kavanagh, QHSE Compliance Manager for
Instarmac commented: “The health and safety of our colleagues, customers and
visitors has always been of the utmost importance to everyone at Instarmac, but
never more so than in the last 12-18 months. We have introduced a number of
additional safety measures throughout the building to ensure we keep everyone
as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are particularly proud of
the automatic temperature screening and sanitising dispensing system we have
installed at every entrance which has helped minimise infection as much as
delighted to have been awarded with the RoSPA Gold Medal for the ninth year and
are now one step closer towards our goal of winning a President’s Award for 10
consecutive Gold Awards.”
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