Appointment of new QHSE Manager, Paul Adams

Houghton International is pleased to announce the appointment of our new QHSE Manager, Paul Adams.

Paul joins Houghton International with 18 years of experience in QHSE, and a wealth of knowledge from companies including storage specialist Janus International, power electronics manufacturer Turbo Power Systems and various chemical sites. Prior to this, he spent time in the military and merchant navy, regularly based overseas, including 8 years in the Middle East.

A chartered member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, Paul’s extensive experience ranges from petrochemicals inspection to pharmaceutical waste management. He brings with him considerable knowledge and skills and his previous experience makes him a natural fit for the role at Houghton International.

Paul will continue uphold the high standards of QHSE at Houghton International, maintaining our compliance with existing BSI technical standards and industry certifications, including RISAS, IECEx and EASA accreditation.

Craig Hutton, Operations Director of Houghton International, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Paul Adams to the team. We’re continuing to see excellent growth as a business and this brings its own challenges in relation to QHSE, which, given Paul’s experience, we are confident he is more than equipped to handle.

“At Houghton International quality is everyone’s responsibility and maintaining a healthy and safe working environment is one of our core values. I’m confident Paul is up to the challenge of preserving these high standards as the business continues to grow.”

Paul Adams, QHSE Manager, added: “QHSE is about putting people at the heart of safety and health and making a positive impact across the organisation. Houghton International has already developed a strong and well-established QHSE framework, and I look forward to working with everyone here to build on this and continue to enhance the business’ QHSE culture, both in-house and when working on our customers’ sites.”