Director, The RedCat Partnership Ltd
Richard has 29 years’ experience in the field of food safety and health and safety, firstly as an Inspector, and latterly as consultant and trainer. Qualifying originally as an Environmental Health Officer, becoming Chartered EHP in 1995, and Chartered Manager in 2011. He worked for several Councils enforcing safety legislation in a wide number of businesses and sectors. In 2000, he began a part-time, temporary role as Programme Manager for the Degree in Environmental Health at City College, Norwich.
In parallel Richard integrated himself as a Director of the RedCat Partnership, a health and safety training/consultancy business of 17 years standing, where he still works. As well as consultancy, Richard delivers a variety of food safety, health and safety and environmental management training programmes, both Certificated and bespoke.
From a humble start delivering his first Basic Food Hygiene course in 1988, Richard was awarded CIEH “Trainer of the Year” in both 2010 and 2011 for his CIEH Level 4 Award in Health and Safety programmes.
In his public sector roles, Richard has investigated fatalities from Legionnaire’s disease. More recently, the portfolio of clients across the country, to whom he provides professional advice on Legionella is extensive.