The United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) has announced the appointment of Michael Collier as its new Honorary Advisor on Health & Safety matters.

A highly professional and experienced Chartered Safety Practitioner, Michael holds a host of safety-related qualifications and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety Management and Diploma in Safety and Environmental Management.

Michael writes extensively on health and safety matters and was a judge in the 2010 IMHX Design 4 Safety Awards.

UKWA’s chief executive officer, Roger Williams, commented: “I am delighted that someone with Michael’s wealth of experience has joined our team of Honorary Advisors. I am sure that any UKWA member seeking guidance on health and safety-related matters will find a discussion with Michael hugely beneficial.”

Michael Collier (pictured) said: “I have worked to raise awareness of health and safety matters within the storage industry for many years and I am very much looking forward to helping UKWA members with their safety-related issues in the months to come.”

UKWA members have access to a group of Honorary Advisors covering a broad range of specialist skills from property to insurance. Their services are available to all UKWA members.

With over 600 member companies, the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) is the UK’s only trade association dedicated to serving the vitally important warehousing and logistics sector. Established in 1944, the Association’s members control nearly 100 million square feet of warehousing space from nearly 1300 locations across the UK. Although originally established as a trade body for the third party warehousing sector, the Association now embraces all companies that operate a warehousing or distribution facility. Membership is not restricted to those companies based within the borders of the United Kingdom.


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