Clearview South August 2013 - Issue 141 - Page 83

MOVERS&SHAKERS Adding to the Team Tradelink, the trade fabricator with 20 years’ experience of understanding installers’ needs, is pleased to announce that it has once again flown in the face of the current trend for freezing recruitment, with the addition of Salvatore Cammarata to the team. Salvatore joins Tradelink as Production Supervisor for Plant A, which is currently manufacturing in excess of 800 volumes per week, bringing with him a wealth of expertise in production procedures gained at Peterborough Valves, where he worked both as man and boy before its closure. Salavatore comments: “I am pleased to be able to bring my years of experience to my role at Tradelink. It’s fantastic to be part of a company that practices World Class Manufacturing and I’m looking forward to adapting my skills to the window industry.” Jim Moody, Managing Director at Tradelink adds: “As a World Class Manufacturer, Tradelink places as much onus on our people as we do The ‘Big Fella’ adds muscle to sales Known widely throughout the industry as the ‘Big Fella’, 6ft 6” Karate expert Steve Roberts has joined Total Glass adding some muscle to its sales department. Steve, a Black Belt Karate instructor in his spare time, is responsible for developing sales for both the trade and commercial sides of the business across the Midlands and North West. Formerly a founding director of Fair Trades Ltd, a home improvement sector accreditation body, Steve brings more than 30 years’ industry knowledge and experience to his role at the Liverpool-based PVC-U and aluminium window and door fabricator. “Total Glass is a very successful and progressive company with a pro-active approach to supporting its customers. I’m delighted to be part of a great team,” commented Steve. For more information, contact Total Glass on 0151 549 2339 or visit the website at www.totalglass.com. our products and machinery in order to keep driving the company forward. Salvatore joins us with a strong history in production and factory processes from his previous position and he is already working hard to help further streamline our operation.” Call 01354 657650 or visit www.tradelinkdirect.co.uk New Man At The Top Barnsley man John Rowe has been appointed as Head of Operations for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in Yorkshire and the Humber. Dr Rowe will be leading a team of 29 inspectors, whose daily jobs focus on the safety of hundreds of thousands of workers in their daily jobs throughout the region’s 15,500 square kilometres. Dr John Rowe, Head of Operations for HSE in Yorkshire and the Humber. Dr Rowe, 44, from Penistone, steps into the role after 14 years with the HSE, the past five as a Principal Inspector based in Sheffield covering South Yorkshire and the Humber region. in Leeds, for the railways inspectorate covering Yorkshire and the North East, and in construction - a sector that has one of the highest fatal and major injuries rates. As Head of Operations in the region, he will oversee the work of an inspecting team and office staff dealing with a wide range of inspections and activities including manufacturing, engineering, agriculture, waste and recycling services, gas and utilities. ‘Leading a team of 29 inspectors’ His experience has included a huge variety of operational incidents, some with tragic consequences, with particular spells in general manufacturing To read more, visit www.clearview-uk.com AUG 2013 83