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New CEO announced for BSIF

23 September 2010

David Lummis has been announced as the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF). With over 30 years of experience within the safety industry he has worked for companies including AO Safety and Wenaas UK as well as being one of the founders of Eurosafe.

David Lummis
David Lummis

The new CEO role has been created as part of the planned forward development of the BSIF, to generate and deliver a five year programme that will strengthen the infrastructure of the organisation and implement a clearly defined set of forward objectives. With a proven track record for successfully running and growing businesses within the safety industry and an already familiar face with the BSIF, David’s experience and detailed understanding of the current strengths and weaknesses will help him to further develop the BSIF and establish a stronger position within the safety industry along with the wider business community.

David Hall, Chairman, BSIF commented: "We are delighted that David has taken on the challenge of strengthening the BSIF and will work with industry stakeholders to deliver exciting new opportunities for members. With his level of experience and previous knowledge of the BSIF, we feel confident that he will be able to maintain and develop its status within the health and safety industry."

David Lummis, CEO, BSIF commented: "My appointment forms the first step in an exciting programme of change which will lead the BSIF into a new era. I look forward to working more closely with members, stakeholders and interested bodies as part of our aim to become a more focused public service organisation."


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