Reactec, the provider of smart monitoring devices and data analytics of Hand Arm Vibration risk, has appointed construction services expert Fiona Perrin to their Board as a Non-Executive Director.
Fiona has a 30-year executive career in sales, marketing and general management, heading up businesses in the construction and services sector including those at HSS Hire Group and Rentokil Initial, before becoming a private company and PLC Board Director. Fiona is currently Chairman of Independent Builders Merchants Group and non-executive director at Coastline Housing, complementing her expertise for Reactec. Fiona is also a novelist and business journalist.
Roger Adcock, Chairman at Reactec, said: “We are thrilled to have Fiona join our Board. She brings with her strong commercial and leadership expertise. Fiona’s experience will be invaluable as Reactec seek to develop their messaging to be effective in encouraging and enabling employers to reduce the risk of their employee’s exposure to HAV. We warmly welcome her to the Board.”
Commenting on her appointment, Fiona Perrin said: “I am proud to join the Board of Reactec. Through my work in a number of sectors, it is clear that industry is just not doing enough to minimise the likelihood of employees developing this irreversible life changing disease. I am looking forward to doing what I can to raise the profile of this issue with the Board of Reactec.”
Launched in 2016, HAVwear is a wearable wrist worn device that monitors in real time an individual’s exposure to vibration when using power tools. Reactec’s cloud-based analytics then turns the monitored data in to actionable intelligence that allows employers to prioritise and make effective the necessary controls to reduce that risk based on unprecedented insight. HAVwear has enjoyed significant sales since its launch and is in use by a number of leading companies in the UK, including British Airways, Murphy Group, Morgan Sindall, Balfour Beatty, the Environment Agency, Siemens and Babcock. Reactec is also targeting other industry sectors both in the UK and internationally.