Sarah began her career in OSH 20 years ago and joined IOSH as a Graduate Member a few years later.
She has been a peer review interview panel member for much of her IOSH membership, she is an IOSH Essex Branch Committee member and mentor, and joined the Fellowship Panel in 2020.
Sarah has worked in a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, local authority and government as well as the charity and education sectors and the corporate world of law and finance. She is currently a Director of her own company – Lilie Fixes Ltd – where she works in a consultancy capacity and offers short-term interim management for projects, gap analysis and compliance reviews.
'I see that Fellowship status benefits the individual in validating their contributions in shaping our professional body'
Driven by a desire to help others further their careers, both within and outside the OSH profession, Sarah is keen to share her specialised knowledge while continuing her own learning. She has a particular interest in the development of an inclusive OSH workplace approach.
Sarah said: 'I see that Fellowship status benefits the individual in validating their contributions in shaping our professional body, with explicit endorsement for the advantages of increasing personal competence, capability and diversity of skills.
'Taking stock of my own experiential learning journey, and career aspirations, has given me the confidence to back others in their commitment to developing towards chartered membership statuses.'