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Shaun Stephenson
Trainer / Consultant

Shaun Stephenson is a Trainer, NVQ Assessor, and Consultant for Perses. His specialist area is demolition and asbestos removal. He holds a BA in Management, and several site-based Health and Safety qualifications, including construction and demolition management. Shaun has an in-depth understanding of site safety, partnered with an ability to find pragmatic solutions for completing tasks effectively. Shaun previously worked as a Contracts Manager for a fast-growing northern demolition company, a position he worked up to over the course of several years. After graduating from university Shaun continues to enjoy learning, analysing, and communicating management information. Shaun’s interests are in business, politics, social dynamics, and mindfulness. He also takes pleasure in exercise which includes activities such as weight lifting and Thai-boxing.

Qualifications
  • Demolition
    • NVQ Level-6 Demolition Manager
    • SMSTS Site Manager Safety Training Scheme
    • Technical member of the IDE
    • IPAF Mobile Elevated Work Platform Operator
  • Asbestos
    • Category B Asbestos Removal Trained
    • Fit2Fit approved Quantitative and Qualitative face fit tester
    • P402 – Asbestos Surveying and Sampling in buildings
  • Health & Safety
    • PAT Tester Certified
    • Temporary Works Coordinator
Featured Projects
  • Havant Gas Holder Decommissioning

    We worked for Southern Gas Networks (SGN) on the gas works site in the historic South Hampshire town of Havant, which makes up part of...

  • Havant Gas Holder Decommissioning

    We worked for Southern Gas Networks (SGN) on the gas works site in the historic South Hampshire town of Havant, which makes up part of...

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