Dr. Donald Hooker FP Eng; PhD; DSc; Dlit; MBA; FOSHA; GCGLI; LCGIL; ACP FPEng – Elec-Mec and Struct (London and Paris)

Executive Director Training & Education – United Kingdom

Dr. Hooker is passionate about the future of the safety professionals of this generation, to use his experiences and knowledge to impact the existing and upcoming Occupational Safety and Health professionals worldwide, and we’re delighted to have him shepherd this mission of rescuing the employees at the workplaces through proactive safety education and training.

“Hooker possesses the exact qualities we desire in an Executive Director for Training and Education, and his tremendous leadership, business and regulatory experience will undoubtedly prove essential to growing the OSHAssociation UK training programmes into the industry’s preeminent voice for safety worldwide”

Dr. Hooker is working directly with Regional Presidents and Chapters of OSHAssociation globally, to secure the long-term growth and relevancy of the OSHAssociation’s mission around the world on safety Training and Education. “I am humbled and excited to take on this new challenge,” stated Dr. Hooker. “I very much look forward to working with every one globally to make sure our training have an impact in the society and our industry allies to elevate the ‘Safety Rescue Mission of OSHAssociation, including “seeking out new partnerships with public and private sector organisations worldwide”

Dr. Hooker has enjoyed a long and distinguished career with numerous high impact Training and Education and he has chaired and participated in numerous international education and training committees and expert groups including the Director of Standards -NVQ-UK. Therefore, developing occupational Safety and health sustainable solutions for the industry will be at the core of the new global sustainable development agenda for OSHAssociation UK. Safety knowledge can play a major role in designing new solutions for enabling transformative changes in industries, nationally and internationally.


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