WHO WE ARE
What is Stamp It Out?
Stamp It Out is highways industry backed taskforce driving to eliminate abuse and incursions into closures on both the local and strategic network.
The Safer Highways initiative is made up of a taskforce that is led by Kari Sprostanova, Health and Safety Director at Mace and includes other Tier 1 and Tier 2 contractors and other key members of the highways supply chain.
Executive Director of Health and Safety, FYLD
A passionate and innovative leader with over 30 years experience in industry that holds a senior management position with direct responsibility for health, safety & Security. Highly motivated and self-directed, with strong leadership skills, presently supporting a business with in excess of 15,000 people in the Water Industry.
My experience spans from having worked on all 5 continents in the on & offshore oil and gas, minerals, rail, roads, construction and manufacturing industries.
Health and Safety Director, Mace
Experienced Health and Safety Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry. Strong operations professional skilled in Project management, Stakeholder engagement, Workplace Safety,Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems.
Business Management Systems Manager, Tarmac
Rachel develops the integrated management system for Tarmac Construction with responsibility for health and safety, energy, environmental, quality, collaborative business relationship and NHSS certification across nine national businesses in the highways, civils, and rail sectors. She led the businesses' migrations to ISO 45001, amongst others, and has a passion for business improvement and process engineering. Rachel's focus is on enabling site teams to deliver world class service and she is committed to making a lasting, positive contribution for local communities.
Managing Director at SO Media incorporating Safer Highways and Stamp It Out
As Chief Executive of Safer Highways, Kevin has led on a number of ground breaking initiatives and campaigns which have seen the highways sector make massive step changes in many areas of health, safety and wellbeing. Including a pioneering benchmarking exercise around workplace prevision of support around mental health.
HSEQ Director - Transport Infrastructure, Amey
Over 20 years’ experience of health, safety, wellbeing, environmental and quality leadership across a broad rangeof sectors, operational areas and disciplines.
SHEQ Director – Network Plus
Chartered Fellow of IOSH
35+ years SHEQ Management Experience within the Public and Private Sector (Construction, Highways, Utilities, Rail, FM,)
17+ years’ experience at Director level
Professional goals – To strive to continually improve the occupational health and safety of employees at work
Health and Safety Director, Balfour Beatty
I have a passion and drive for health, safety, quality and the environment and firmly believe that continual improvement in these areas is essential to successful business growth. I am widely experienced in all aspects of construction and am as comfortable in the board room as I am on a construction site. I have demonstrated my flexibility, knowledge and skills to drive improvement in a wide variety of construction environments.
Group HS&E Director, Eurovia UK Ltd
David is the Health, Safety and Environment Director for Eurovia UK. He has been with the company for over 20 years and played a pivotal role in driving change in the industry through his involvement in a number of working group and trade bodies. David's role includes providing HSE support for Ringway Infrastructure Services, Eurovia Contracting and Eurovia Production. He also supports the wider Eurovia SAS business in the Americas.
Managing Director and business owner of Quality Marking Services
Greg Clark is the Managing Director and business owner of Quality Marking Services, a line marking and specialist surfacing contractor based in Devon. His knowledge of the industry sector spans 30 years having started his career in 1990 working on a line marking installation unit. Greg has covered all aspects of line marking during his career to date and has developed alternative line marking systems and high friction surfacing solutions for increased performance and environmental sustainability which are currently being used throughout the United Kingdom.
Operational and Safety leader, Highway Care
Andy is a board level profession who has an appetite for creating and developing purposeful people centric businesses. He is passionate about the development of people, and in the creation of safe, healthy, sustainable and engaging workplaces. He enjoys and is excited by the advancements in technology, developing and implementing innovative solution that reduce risks and improve performance, of people and businesses. He is currently the Operations Director for Highway Care Ltd, an internationally renowned road safety organisation.
Andy is proud to be able to support STAMP IT OUT!”
Senior SHE Manager – HOF and BCC, Kier
For the past 4 years I have been part of Kier Strategic and Local Highways SLT, leading and developing the safety and health teams. Recently my role evolved into developing the businesses Human and Organisational factors program to progress us to the stage in our maturity journey. My professional interests are in human performance, phycology, risk management and ergonomics – creating the environment in which we can all succeed.
Managing Director, Highway Resource Solutions
Roger has a strong track record in facilitating and commercialising innovation & technology development projects on behalf of clients and his own ventures. Over the last 10 years he has secured over €25 million in public & private investments for innovation projects on behalf of European & Australian clients and partners.
In 2010 Roger co-founded New Wave Innovation Ltd (NWI), an innovation & technology development consultancy. Working with SMEs as well as large multinational clients and partners, NWI has successfully developed a diverse portfolio of new technologies.
Health and Safety Manager, Morgan Sindall Highways
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Head of Integrated Management Office RDP North, Costain PLC
Extensive experience of highway Operations & Maintenance, drainage, civil and building construction supervision, on schemes of varying complexity and budgets and the management of Highways England trunk road networks. My career in construction and project management has given me very broad experience and enabled me to develop skills in multiple disciplines working for both the client and client facing roles. With a background in the Operations & Maintenance and Highway Asset Management sectors, I was directly involved in the enlargement of the A-one+ JV into one of the largest service providers to Highways England.
General Manager, Egis Road Operation M40
A Civil Engineer with over 29 years’ experience working in local government. Acting as lead for the delivery of the Local Transport Plan, Adrian has an extensive knowledge in highways, transportation and drainage disciplines including Preliminary and detailed feasibility studies, highways maintenance, traffic engineering and traffic management, road safety engineering and road safety audits. In addition to the direct management of staff Adrian is currently the Area Manager working on project based matrix management of multi-disciplinary teams , involving the National Health Service, Age UK, Alzheimer’s society and several other voluntary development agencies, local schools and the Parish Council.
Construction Manager, Interserve Construction Ltd
Paula Parsons is Interserve’s Highways North Operations Manager. She has worked in both engineering and commercial management roles in the highways sector for over 12 years, on schemes ranging from design and build major projects to smaller scale asset repair and refurbishments.
She is a strong believer in the effectiveness of collaboration. Paula is the Senior Executive Responsible for Interserve’s Highways Sector ISO44001 accreditation and also undertakes the role of Collaboration Lead for Highways England’s Asset Delivery Community. She is working hard to improve the way we share knowledge and best practice across our industry, driving improvements in safety and the customer experience.
Paula is passionate about diversity and supporting women in construction. As a Go Construct Ambassador, she regularly visit schools and colleges to highlight career opportunities and inspire interest in careers in the highways sector.
Sustainability Director, WJ Group
Appointed WJ Group Sustainability Director April 2018. Current Vice Chair RSMA. Chair NHSS 7 Advisory Committee, Highways England Supplier Diversity Forum, Safer Highways Board Member, FIHE. PIEMA. Previously MD of WJ South Ltd.
Joined the Road Marking Industry in 1982 on a Road Studding Gang, trained as road marking operative, became a Road Marking and Traffic Management Supervisor. Then left the industry to cycle around the world and study for a degree. Returned to the industry in 1994 as a Contracts Manager became Contracts Director, then Managing Director WJ South
Programme Manager, Amey
Experienced multi-skilled Project Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the civil engineering industry specifically Highway and Rail. Skilled in Project Management, Customer Service and Client Management. Strong consulting professional with a Civil Engineering Design & Management focused in Civil Engineering from Cardiff University.
HR and Internal Operations Manager, Beaumont Traffic Management Ltd
Having spent 10 year working as a Scenes of Crimes Officer alongside various police forces I made the decision to leave this field and move to Beaumont Traffic Management. Having joined the team in 2016 my role was formalised in 2017 with an appointment as HR and Internal Operations Manager.
During my tenure I have formalised HR systems and processes, in addition I have led the modernisation of the workplace with paperless working and improved IT systems being introduced. In order to make the step into this area, formal qualifications were needed and I have recently completed a Masters degree in business administration.
As a designated mental health first aider I regularly run workshop sessions in order to promote mental health issues and help build support networks for employees. To fully understand the risks that we as an industry expose our workers to I recently undertook a study into the use of modern Barrier-based risk management techniques using the BowTie methodology. This study centred around the key issue of driver incursion and was aimed at reducing harm to all parties and raising awareness through effective communication of risk. This work has allowed me to take part in the Stamp it Out initiative.
National Marketing Communications Manager, A-One+
I am a dynamic and strategic marketing communication professional with considerable experience in internal communications, PR, events, marketing collateral, bid writing and stakeholder relations.
Highly organised able to create, deliver and evaluate marketing and communication strategy as well as establish and manage budgets.
I proactively manage customer/client/supplier relations to exceed expectations and think creatively delivering real outputs and value and optimising opportunities. I am a motivated self-starter, able to manage and prioritise my own workload and hold a full drivers license.