Lauren, who is from Keith, left school in 2019 and undertook a year of study to gain the NEBOSH National General Certificate – which she self-funded.
Quensh Managing Director Andy James said Lauren’s appointment sits in line with the company’s commitment to investing in the workforce of the future:
“Quensh is dedicated to the development of young talent and we are delighted to welcome Lauren to the team. Her appointment is a testament to the way she has applied herself to her own professional development.
“We are pleased to offer young graduates the opportunity to launch a career in health and safety as we continue to focus on the development of the HSEQ leaders of the future.”
Lauren said she is delighted to be joining the next generation of health and safety professionals:
“It is extremely exciting for me to have my first professional job since leaving school and I am very grateful for this opportunity to develop my career with Quensh.
“I am very much looking forward to putting everything I have learnt into practice and gaining valuable on the job training and skills to enhance my future career with Quensh.
As part of our commitment to supporting young talent, we are looking into opportunities across the industry for Lauren to progress her professional development and to engage with like-minded young professionals. Lauren will be taking part in the IOSH three-day, Future Leaders Virtual Conference: Steering towards a brighter tomorrow in March 2021.