James Cassin to Lead QHSE

EnerMech has appointed James Cassin to the newly created role of QHSE Director as the integrated solutions specialist pushes a quality-driven agenda across its global business.

Mr Cassin will be based in the Middle East, where EnerMech has ambitious growth plans, and the appointment underlines the company’s commitment to the region.

Previously Mr Cassin was Vice President HSSEQ (Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Quality) for SNC-Lavalin’s Oil and Gas division and he has an extensive track record working in the oil and gas infrastructure, construction and engineering sectors.

His remit is to lead on all quality, health, safety and environmental aspects of EnerMech’s business which stretches over 40 locations in 26 countries. He will also strengthen and improve the company’s robust Integrated Management System (IMS).

EnerMech Chief Executive Officer, Christian Brown, said: “Ensuring that quality is consistently delivered to our clients, and upheld internally through all our systems, is critical to EnerMech’s ongoing success. James has all the attributes for maintaining and improving our strong QHSE record and bolstering our IMS procedures and this new position indicates the importance we place on quality.

“He has worked at senior levels internationally and while this new role is a global position, it is helpful that he was based in the Middle East for some years, as this will be an important region for growing our business.”

James Cassin added: “As EnerMech transitions in to new sectors and new geographic markets, it is an exciting time to be joining the business.

“Now more than ever, clients want to be completely comfortable that their suppliers conform and uphold the highest quality, integrity, safety and environmental standards and I am looking forward to adding to EnerMech’s impeccable reputation on those matters.”

EnerMech is a global provider of integrated services and employs more than 3000 staff across 40 locations in the UK, Norway, the Middle East, Caspian, Asia, Africa, Australia and Americas.