Group head of health, safety and security,
Clive is currently employed by Landsec PLC as their Group Head of Health, Safety and Security based out of their Head Office in London. As a senior leader, his role is to ensure Health, Safety and Security compliance across a very diverse property portfolio, which include Shopping Centres, Retail Parks, Leisure, Residential, Hotels and Development Projects.
Over the last 17 years, Clive has been HS&E Manager for Asda Wall*Mart and HS&E Leader for BAA on the Terminal 5 Project. Out with his day job Clive is an active member of (ConIAN) (Constriction Industry Advisory Network) representing the Managing Risk Working Group of which he chairs. The Construction Clients Leadership Group (CCLG) which he is also Chairman of and more recently Clive an active Council member of (IIRSM) International Institute of Risk and Safety Management has been elected to become a President Elect for year commencing 2020.
In 2014 Clive was also invited by Construction Industry Advisory Committee (ConIAC) to chair the Client Working Group in the development of a Client Guidance document for CDM 2015.
Clive is now driving the Health and Security agenda. On health, the commitment is to give Health the same billing as Safety where he is on the Executive Committee of the Health in Construction Leadership Group (HCLG) made up of industry leaders including HSE, BOHS, IOSH, IIRSM, Unions, CITB, Clients plus several more influential stakeholders. On Security Clive is an active member of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) working with Government and like-minded companies that manage crowded places, to ensure Landsec provide, safe, healthy and secure experiences for people to work, shop and relax.
Finally, Clive is a Trustee of the Young Westminster Foundation, a Board Member of The Association of Event Venues (AEV) in 2017 he was also awarded the Freedom of the City of London for his work on health, safety and security and more recently has been asked by the Cabinet Office to be part of their Inclusive Economy Partnership Programme focusing on Mental Health.