Law At Work (Channel Islands) Limited has announced its acquisition of Normandie Health and Safety (Jersey) Limited, the first of a number of exciting growth initiatives to be launched in their 10th anniversary year, firmly establishing itself as Jersey’s leading one-stop-shop for health and safety, employment rights and human resources.
The health and safety division is headed up by industry experts Patrick Guyomard and David Ward, supported by a team of experts within the fields of site management, food safety and display screen equipment assessors.
Kelly Flageul, Managing Director of Law At Work, said: “We are delighted to announce this acquisition which boosts our existing health and safety division and comes just as we celebrate our 10th anniversary. Normandie has delivered health and safety based training and services for clients across the Channel Islands for almost two decades and has a strong reputation in the market, taking over its Jersey business is a perfect match for us. I’d like to take this opportunity to assure clients that services will be unaffected by this change in ownership and that our health and safety experts, together with the entire Law At Work team, are here to provide the excellent service that Law At Work is known for.”
Established in 2004, Law At Work came under Channel Island ownership in 2010 following a management buyout and is today led by Kelly Flageul, Managing Director; Heidi Gibaut, Executive Director; Sharon Peacock, Technical Director; and Richard Plaster, Director; who with the wider team have over 150 years of combined legal, human resource and health and safety experience.
Law At Work’s health and safety team deliver practicable training, site and office safety inspections, risk assessments and accident investigation services, assisting clients to meet their legal obligations and provide a safe workplace for their customers and employees.
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