Dr. Shaun Davis Royal Mail Group Global Director Health & Safety – Resignation – Replacement Phil Graham Interim Royal Mail Group Global Director Health & Safety:
LTB 397/21 informed all CWU Branches and CWU Health and Safety Representatives in Royal Mail Group that Dr. Shaun Davis Royal Mail Group Global Director of Health and Safety has resigned. His last day of service following his contractual notice period is today.
Shaun has once again asked me to pass on his thanks to all the CWU local Workplace and Branch Area Health and Safety Representatives for their important role and contribution to the health, safety and wellbeing of the workforce in Royal Mail Group, as part of the safety community along with the RMG SHE team during his ten years (2012-2020) with Royal Mail Group.
In a personal message to the Union, Mr. Davis said his decision was not quick or easy and he is proud of the great work he has done with his team, working with the CWU Health, Safety and Environment Department and the Union’s team of Branch ASRs and WSRs, through the strong and professional working relationship that had been established. He wished everyone a happy, healthy and safe future.
Shaun Davis now moves to a new post in ‘Belron’ the vehicle glass repair and replacement group operating worldwide across 34 countries and employing 25,000 people. Headquartered in Egham, Surrey, United Kingdom, Belron’s brands include Autoglass and Autoglass bodyrepair in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, Carglass in most of Europe, Safelitein the United States, O’Brien in Australia, Smith & Smith in New Zealand, and Lebeau and Speedy Glass in Canada.
On behalf of the Union I thanked him for his service and wished him well in his future career.
Mr. Phil Graham has taken over as ‘Interim’ Global Director of Health and Safety and the Health, Safety and Environment Department has had a ‘frank’ and productive introductory meeting with Phil Graham who now has Royal Mail Group wide responsibility for Safety, Health and Wellbeing for 6 months. During this time, he takes over full responsibility for running the Health and Safety Team and will also be carrying out a review of health, safety and risk management across the organisation. Mr. Graham has a wide experience across a number of industries having worked in mechanical engineering, logistics, the chemical industry and he was head of health and safety at SHV Energy.
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer