NEBOSH, a global provider of health, safety and environmental qualifications, has welcomed two new Non Executive Directors (NEDs)/Trustees and three independent advisors as it continues a significant transformation programme.

Maggie Galliers CBE and Julie Nerney have joined the Board, whilst Steve McLaughlin, Mark Bradley and Jim Andrews have volunteered as independent advisors.

Maggie, current Chair of the National Learning and Work Institute, is widely recognised for her services education and has extensive experience from educational, charitable and regulatory sectors. Complementing Maggie’s educational background, Julie has previous experience within the health and safety sector and together they will bring valuable skills that supports NEBOSH in its mission to be recognised as the global leading provider of high-quality qualifications and training in occupational health, safety, environmental, well-being, risk and related subjects.

Steve, Mark and Jim have extensive senior management experience for international organisations in sectors ranging from education, safety and technology to aviation, logistics and oil and gas. Their combined expertise will be hugely beneficial as they have been invited to join NEBOSH’s newly formed Transformation Committee. The Committee – which brings together Board members, employees and voluntary advisors – will oversee the planning of the transformation programme.