A new quality and environmental manager has been appointed by Hertel, the Middlesbrough-based multi-discipline construction and maintenance services company.
Ray Tant joins the firm from James Fisher Nuclear, where he developed and maintained quality and environmental systems and procedures.
With more than 20 years’ experience in the field, Tant has also previously worked for Remploy Frontline, the marine and engineered textiles business, and the Ackermann division of Honeywell, which designs and manufactures automation and control systems.
He likewise has experience in the nuclear, electrical and non-destructive testing sectors.
In his new role, Tany, who is also a fully qualified mechanical engineer, will be managing the quality and environmental systems at the company’s facilities and customer sites in the oil and gas, nuclear, process and energy sectors.Chris Abbey, Hertel UK and Ireland’s health, safety, environment and quality said: “Ray’s mechanical engineering experience and understanding of our sectors make him a valuable addition to the team.”
Hertel, which employs more than 1,000 in the North East, specialises in working at oil refineries, chemical plants, power stations and nuclear facilities. It established its UK operation in 1975 with a head office in Middlesbrough, and employs 2,500 staff throughout the UK and Ireland.