Paul Bevan – Chair ConCom Committee
I’ve worked in the local chemical & power industry for 32 years, mainly in the Humber bank area, starting off as a mechanical apprentice in the chemical industry working to technician level before leaving after 11 years to join South Humber Bank Power Station.
Whilst being in the power sector I have carried out roles from mech technician & Safety advisor working across a portfolio of 7 stations setting up CDM policies and procedures and managing outage safety, before moving back to a lead engineer role in a portfolio engineering team, planning and delivering projects across several power stations.
I am currently the Maintenance Manager at South Humber Bank Power Station and have been in post for 6 years.
How important is the Concom Scheme to you?
I have seen a dramatic improvement in the way safety and competence has evolved and been managed on the various sites I have worked on. The improvements and standards from contract partners and clients over the years has improved and believe Concom, acting as client lead, has helped with the improvements in knowledge share and networking.
Concom is a proactive scheme and sets standards of both competence and safety performance and provides a forum for open discussion between all parties both Client and contractor.
We have been members of the scheme at SHB since 2015 and have seen value throughout.
Finally just for fun, please tell us something unusual about yourself or something that is not on your CV?
Away from work I have an old vespa that I occasionally ride when I get time, and for my sins I support the Mighty Mariners of Grimsby Town.
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