MCL Medics Welcomes Graham McPherson  

Posted on 10 Oct 2017

The MCL Medics team has grown considerably in recent years. As we continue to expand our operations and increase our service offering for our clients, we have welcomed recruits in a variety of exciting new roles. This month we are delighted to welcome Graham McPherson as Senior Occupational Hygienist.

Occupational hygiene can not function in isolation so Graham will work closely with our clients, as well as the MCL Medics Occupational Health and Hygiene Teams, to deliver specialist occupational hygiene services to support our clients both onshore and offshore.

As a Chartered Industrial Hygienist with over 28 years experience in the oil and gas industry, including being a past chairman of the UK Energy Institute Occupational Health and Hygiene Committee, Graham is highly qualified to deliver exceptional occupational hygiene services that exceed our clients’ expectations.

Graham, who has extensive experience in health risk assessments and health management assessment, will provide expert industrial hygiene support and advice on a wide range of issues facing our clients’ workforces. His previous experience as a Registered General Nurse as well as many years as an Offshore Medic provided a comprehensive understanding of injury and illness that further enhance this role.

Cheryl Carroll, MCL Medics Operations Director comments: “We are thrilled to welcome Graham, his extensive experience and industry insight make him the ideal person to further develop our provision of occupational hygiene services for our clients onshore and offshore. Graham’s skills and expertise are an asset to the team and will ensure we are able to continue to deliver exceptional quality occupational hygiene services for our clients in a variety of industries.” 

Graham comments: “I am delighted to be associated with such a progressive company and look forward to providing an excellent occupational hygiene service for MCL Medics”

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