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Lawrence Waterman


Park Health & Safety

Biography

Lawrence Waterman CFFOH is a founder partner of the Park Health and Safety Partnership.  Formerly head of health and safety for the London Olympic Delivery Authority, he has taken senior roles at many of the larger construction projects in recent years such as Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Tideway, Battersea Power Station, Royal Albert Docks and Lower Thames Crossing – early in his development, at British Airways in the 1980s, he investigated isocyanate exposures to workers paint-spraying aircraft which led to his first paper at a BOHS conference.  His distinguished career includes service as President of IOSH, Treasurer of BOHS and being awarded medals by RoSPA and the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).  He is a Visiting Professor at Loughborough University where he both teaches and participates in research, and is Chairman of the British Safety Council, which has adopted as one of its three focuses for the coming years occupational health.  He was appointed OBE for services to health and safety in the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Honours.

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