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 to other industries, including retail and warehouse facilities, 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, including retail and warehouse facilities, 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. In 2015 Jotham worked with Transport for New South Wales to develop a new 2018 Rail Timetable for Greater Sydney.
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.
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.
In 2017 Martin moved back to Christchurch to start a family. He has since been putting his 18 years’ experience working in the construction and rail industry to good use completing field safety audits with Integrated Safety for KiwiRail as part of the NCTIR alliance repairing the earthquake damaged Main North Line.
Melanie Skilton, Consultant
Melanie commenced her health and safety career 8 years ago by taking on a support role as Zero Harm Coordinator and quickly developed a passion for health and safety. She has experience in developing, communicating and implementing health and safety strategy, policies and procedures, with a focus on assurance, critical risk and reducing harm.
Melanie strongly believes in employee involvement and participation during all steps of creating and operating health and safety plans and aims to constantly improve worker access and understanding of systems. One of her key focuses with Integrated Safety is refining and improving of business’ existing health and safety solutions.
Brendon Judd, Rail Safety Consultant
Brendon is a Health & Safety professional specialising primarily in rail operational safety. He has over 25 years experience in the rail industry, in a variety of operational, training and safety roles, as well as a broad academic background, having Arts degrees, as well as Business qualifications and the NEBOSH (National Diploma in Occupational Safety & Health).
Brendon has a passion for creating robust, real world systems that actually work for the staff who have to use them, and then continuing to develop and improve those systems to keep pace with legislation and the evolving work environment. Brendon’s currently providing audit, training and incident investigation support for KiwiRail as part of the Main North Line rebuild project.