Tony has been a loyal and dedicated member of IOSH since 2003 and is a current chartered fellow of the institution, during that time Tony has served on several IOSH committees.
He has been a valued and highly prized member of our peer review interview teams.
The peer review interview is a vital process within our organisation for those members who are working towards achieving chartered status within the institution.
Tony has also served the IOSH by sitting on the panel for fellowship interviews for suitably qualified members.
Other areas in which Tony has supported his institution include carrying out CPD audits, and working with our professional standards team.
Tony has been an outstanding advocate for IOSH and is highly valued by the organisation and has proved to be an outstanding volunteer.
He has mentored and offered his vast experience to others within the IOSH network. His work has helped many of our members progress through our membership structure to achieve their ambitions in becoming chartered health and safety professionals.
I have known Tony in a professional capacity for nearly 20 years. During that time, I have found him to be very professional in his approach to his work. He clearly knows his subject matter and understands how to apply his knowledge in every situation. In the nicest way Tony understands his limits outside of his scope of work and is not proud to ask questions when necessary. So now that Tony is looking into the future with his new solo venture. He will deliver for whoever he works for and I will support him when ever he needs help.
As Chartered Health and Safety Practitioners Tony and I are well aware of the importance of keeping up to date with our professional development. Members of IOSH are required to record their CPD. The article I wrote: Keeping your CPD up to date (http://www.shponline.co.uk/keeping-your-cpd-up-to-date/ (July 2015)) was aimed to help members understand what is required. Tony (whose voluntary role with IOSH includes auditing and reviewing CPD records of prospective Chartered Members) was able to provide me with constructive feedback of my article prior to its publication, to ensure it covered all the salient points.