A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US

Human Resource and Health & Safety Consultancy, Devon conference.

Amarisk provides competent advice and training for businesses on their Human Resource and Health & Safety issues.

We are a specialist consultancy; our approach is practical and personal (we know all of our clients personally), assisting clients to maintain legal compliance in a way that is specific to their needs.

Our services are provided by our small team of experienced professionals who have held senior management roles in business – and know how it feels.

We do not issue long-term service contracts like most other providers. Our retained clients stay with us because they value our service, not because they have to. Please note that we work on a 28 day rolling contract. We don’t do hard sell, neither do we ‘scaremonger’ to obtain business. If we think you don’t need us, we will tell you!

Director Richard Hookway founded Amarisk in 2005 and supports Health & Safety clients with a pro-active and commonsense approach. In addition to reviewing systems and providing ongoing support, Richard delivers an extensive range of accredited and bespoke safety training courses.

Trevor Vanstone supports Amarisk clients with employment, HR and leadership issues. In addition to reviewing employment systems and giving hands-on support, Trevor is an accredited trainer for Action Centred-Leadership (Prof John Adair) and coaches high growth businesses through the Government’s GrowthAccelerator service. Trevor is a Director of Amarisk and has worked for the company for 9 years.

Human Resource and Health & Safety Consultancy, Devon
Human Resource and Health & Safety Consultancy, Devon

Molly Tyers has recently joined Amarisk as a HR and Safety Administrator and will be involved in both HR and Safety alongside Richard and Trevor. Molly is a recent business and management graduate from Bath Spa University who chose to complete a year in industry with one of our clients as part of her course. Through carrying out the placement, Molly’s interest in human resources and safety became apparent after being involved in various projects, including updating health and safety documents as well as taking part in a disciplinary process.

Molly has completed HR modules during her degree looking at a range of areas including: learning, training and development, recruitment and selection, employee engagement and the strategic elements of HR. In order to enhance Molly’s knowledge in this field further she is planning to start a Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) qualification in the autumn.

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