Mark Stouph has held a number of senior positions in risk management and has considerable experience in Health, Safety and Environmental compliance. He has a wealth of knowledge in assisting clients in managing risk within their businesses in a variety of sectors and multi-site operations. He has successfully implemented management systems certified to international standards such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO45001 and OHSAS 18001 and is a qualified lead auditor.
He read law at Northumbria University followed by a Master of Laws degree in Health, Safety and Environmental Law at Salford University. Mark developed his investigation skills as a police officer and worked on major incidents including the Zeebrugge ferry disaster and the Deal Barracks bombing.
Mark worked as a regulator with the Environment Agency where he led one of the largest investigations ever undertaken by the regulator into the unlawful disposal of toxic incinerator ash. He has over 12 years’ experience of commercial business operations at executive board level where he had strategic responsibility for Health, Safety and Environmental management across all group operations. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Directors, a Chartered Recycling and Waste Manager, Chartered Environmentalist and Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health. Mark is also a dynamic trainer and can provide bespoke training packages to suit any individual client’s requirements.
Outside of work Mark sits on the boards of two multi-academy trusts holding Chair and Vice-Chair roles. He is also Chairman of a healthcare and facilities management company. Mark is also a non-executive director of a regional community interest company specialising in the performing arts.
Contact Mark Stouph, Consultant, Regulatory
DD: 01642 873757