Guernsey Recycling Group has promoted two employees to its expanding Channel Island compliance team.
Frances Browning and Zoe Setters have recently started new roles as Group Compliance Officers for the Group’s operations in Guernsey and Jersey. Together they will be supporting each site with environmental management, licensing and shipping, health and safety, HR, quality assurance and data protection.
Frances, a data protection practitioner, and qualified internal BSI auditor will be expanding successes already achieved in her previous role as Business and Compliance Manager at Galaxy CI, one of the Group’s companies specialising in sustainable and secure IT hardware disposal.
This will include managing compliance across environmental practices, HR, data protection and quality assurance for four companies across the wider Guernsey Recycling Group including Mayside Recycling, Guernsey Scrap Metal Recycling, Galaxy CI and Abbey Waste.
Frances said: “I am looking forward to working with more of my colleagues across the Group, supporting sites within the important areas of environmental compliance, health and safety and HR to provide high quality, trustworthy and sustainable services to our customers.”
Zoe will be utilising her experience working with Island Waste to manage processing, exportation and logistical compliance with UK authorities and will oversee the company’s health and safety management systems.
“The role plays an important part alongside ensuring Guernsey’s waste is managed safely, ethically and sustainably within international licensing agreements and my time with the company so far has given me great practical insight into the processes involved”, she said.
Matt Cox, Operations Director of Guernsey Recycling Group said: “The Guernsey Recycling Group places great focus on environmental management, health and safety and quality assurance and I am confident that appointing Fran and Zoe to the compliance team will help further develop our service offering for clients, notably those that are placing increasing importance on their waste disposal choices and beginning to fulfil ESG reporting requirements.”
The main picture shows, left to right, Zoe Setters and Frances Browning at Mayside Recycling.