Greg Hackett, Director
Greg is a Health & Safety professional with experience working with a variety of businesses, from contractors to corporates, mostly in the rail, transport and civic construction industries. He comes from a practical background, with 12 years in electrical technician and management roles, followed by almost 15 years in health and safety advisory and management positions.
Greg has excellent communication and relationship-forming skills and believes the key to a strong health and safety system is in taking the time to understand a business and creating a system that works for everyone, from executives to workers on the ground. With Integrated Safety Greg has been expanding his focus across the transport industry, including warehouse and industrial applications, providing health and safety system support, incident investigations and coaching and mentoring of staff. Greg is HASANZ registered (Health & Safety Association of NZ).
Phone: 0274 394-976
Steven Crump, Director
Steve is a Health & Safety professional who has a background in audit and assurance, with specialist knowledge in the railway, transport and civic construction industries. He has over 10 years experience in working with both small businesses and corporates, with a focus on high level planning, risk management and managerial skills.
Steve has developed an excellent reputation for efficient, practical problem-solving in high risk environments, as well as the ability to create effective safety management frameworks that work across a variety of businesses. With Integrated Safety Steve has been expanding this valuable skill set into different industries, providing health and safety system support, technical advice, training and mentoring.
Phone: 021 272-9993
Jotham Alex, Consultant
Jotham has significant professional environmental planning experience and is now bringing some of that experience of the planning field to the health and safety industry. Jotham worked on a number of large construction projects while at Beca, including the resource consent application for the Waterview Connection Project in Auckland, stormwater projects in Tauranga, the Bay of Plenty State Highway Bridge Maintenance Project and the Tauranga Marine Precinct.
From 2016 onward, Jotham joined the Safe Roads Alliance which is upgrading selected State Highways throughout New Zealand as part of the Safer Journeys Programme. Jotham now provides day to day health and safety support to a wide range of Integrated Safety’s clients.
Sarah Leeming, Consultant
Sarah is a Health & Safety advisor with experience in both civil construction and recreation/tourism and agriculture. She has worked in safety roles on some of New Zealand’s largest road and rail infrastructure projects, gaining experience in a broad spectrum of high-risk work, including mining/tunnel works, working in remote/hazardous/coastal environments including earthquake/rockfall zones and extreme weather events, as well as rope access/helicopter activities, piling and complex cranage.
Sarah has excellent interpersonal skills, forging strong bonds with those she works with and presents a genuine care for their best interests. She will go the extra mile to help a company progress and succeed in their goals, in ways which suit their team and business demographic. For her, Health and Safety is a mindset as much as a practice and Sarah is passionate in creating a safer culture within New Zealand.
Trevor Rees, Consultant
Trevor is a Health & Safety advisor with extensive experience in the risk and assurance fields in a rail environment. Most recently he has worked for KiwiRail, and previously Alstom/UGL, with a practical background in the electrical industry.
Trevor takes an analytical approach to his work, careful and detailed in his problem solving, auditing and reporting. He enjoys working with people from varied backgrounds, having active discussions and mentoring management to support them through audit outcomes and recommendations.
Martin Durney, Consultant
Martin has a background in the electrical industry, starting out as an electrician, both in NZ and later in London working on the construction of large office blocks. On his return home he completed an Electrical Engineering degree at the University of Canterbury, specialising in power systems and then joined KiwiRail, working on traction upgrade projects, as well as writing many of the project related standards and task instructions.
Taking a practical approach to safety, Martin has developed great safety assessment and auditing skills, working with teams to improve their attitude and knowledge of rail safety requirements. Over the last few years Martin has been putting his extensive experience working in the construction and rail industry to good use, working alongside KiwiRail on the NCTIR project, and more recently on smaller projects close to his Christchurch home base.
Suzanne Simpson, Consultant
Suzanne has worked in the rail industry for just over 20 years, in the Operations then Customer Services teams, with the last eight years specialising in Health and Safety, most recently as an investigator for the Upper North Island for 3 years. During this time she has also done auditing work as well as mentoring, data analysis, training and managed KiwiRail’s incident reporting system.
Suzanne is passionate about safety, has excellent communication skills and has a great ability to form good working relationships and provide the people she is working with the assurance and confidence that they are going in the right direction for Health and Safety success. She ensures that Health & Safety is an important part of her everyday life with her family as well as her working life.
Dominic Williams, Consultant
Dominic is a Health & Safety advisor with more than twenty-five years’ experience in contracting and corporate business management. He comes from a background in commercial arboriculture and has extensive experience in local government, state highway, electrical distribution, and rail network asset management.
Dominic has a practical approach to workplace health and safety and works closely with clients to understand their operations and develop relevant and workable safety management systems. He is an ITO-contracted trainer and delivers electrical and operational safety awareness training to apprentices throughout New Zealand. Dominic is HASANZ registered (Health & Safety Association of NZ).