West Suffolk Future50 firm The People Solutions Team plans expansion
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An occupational health firm featuring in a new list of the top 50 firms to watch in Suffolk and Norfolk is planning for growth.
The People Solutions Team, based in Pakenham, near of Bury St Edmunds, has been made a member of the EADT/EDP Future 50 for 2016.
The company plans to expand over the next year, adding to its existing cccupational health team and launching a health andsafety service.
Sam Page, occupational health director and owner of the business, said he was delighted at the accolade.
“This is a fantastic accolade for us and we are keen to work with the Future 50 to grow our business with the wealth of business resources and support we have access to as Future 50 members,” he said.
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The company’s expansion plans are already well under way. The team recently welcomed Kevin Lynch, an experienced health and safety adviser, enabling it to offer both health and safety consultancy and training alongside its existing occupational health services.
Kevin has extensive knowledge of Health & Safety legislation together with more than 15 years’ experience over a broad range of industry sectors.
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“I have worked with Kevin in previous roles and could not be more delighted to welcome him to the team and to offer his expertise to our clients,” said Mr Page.
“Our new health and safety services complement the existing occupational health services we offer enabling us to offer a full service to our clients.”
Kevin’s appointment follows the recent expansion of the occupational health team to four qualified nurses.
One of the most recent appointments was occupational health nurse Jade Arkell and Catherine Moriarty, occupational health administrator.
The team offers a variety of services to clients including onsite occupational health clinics, wellbeing services and post-offer pre-employment questionnaires.
“We are committed to helping our clients reduce sickness in the workplace and having a strong team is key to delivering this. Jade and Catherine have settled in really well to the team delivering the excellence service we strive for whilst supporting us to grow our client base,” said Mr Page.