Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester Rugby Club

LKHAS Associates

Working together with our associates to offer the best of training solutions.

Graham Carvlin

Graham has considerable experience of managing health and safety in many sectors including; chemical, pharmaceutical and automotive sectors. He is a graduate member of IOSH and holds the NEBOSH Diploma.
His vast experience in managing all aspects associated with Upper Tier COMAH sites, sets him apart from many. His knowledge and proven track record of developing and implementing systems to control the hazards associated with these highly regulated establishments, are well respected among his peers.
Graham is an industrial chemist who has managed compliance with COSHH since the regulations were introduced in the late 1980’s. He also specialises in DSEAR, EMF and Legionella compliance and as a professional member of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors is recognised as highly competent in identifying potential areas of failure due to human error.
He is an accomplished and highly respected trainer who’s is also committed to developing the next generation of health and safety professionals through lecturing in the NEBOSH Diploma at a local university.

Richard Hyde

Richard is a qualified engineer with many years of experience in all market sectors.
For many years he has focused on Health & Safety in the workplace. Promoting safe places of work through training and consultancy.
He has a great depth of knowledge in the safe use and performance of abrasive products and is currently the Consultant and Examiner to the BAF (British Abrasive Federation).
In addition to abrasive safety Richard also specialises in HAVS (Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome) management, measurement and training.
Quality training and trainee inclusion is a passion of Richard’s. To promote an environment for the participants to learn, understand and even enjoy training.

PAUL WILSON

Paul is based in the North East of England, a graduate in biological/environmental science. Initially worked throughout the UK for a national charity before beginning work in the Oil and Gas industry in 2001. based mainly in the North Sea and other overseas destinations, including Africa, the Arctic and numerous European locations, this work has involved various inshore and offshore projects focusing on subsea inspection work.

More recently, qualified as a Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) Operator with CAA permissions for commercial operations, providing aerial photographic and video images for a variety of applications, including industrial inspections, film/video productions, real-estate and basic site surveys/overviews

Also, provide ground-based video for promotional materials, and the capture of 360-degree images for the creation of virtual tours for use on Google Maps, social media and corporate websites".