RelyOn Nutec has appointed Jesper Sjørvad as Business Development Manager. With a wealth of experience from a broad and relevant industry palette, Jesper Sjørvad joins RelyOn Nutec as the company’s Business Development Manager.
Jesper brings insight and experience from both training and HSE into RelyOn Nutec. Initially, he started out in a passenger ship company both navigating and developing and conducting various safety courses for all the crewmembers according to relevant standards. Since, he has worked with safety and training in relation to the maritime industry, oil and gas and renewables for more than 20 years.
Coming from the maritime industry, he started as an instructor at the precursor for the now RelyOn Nutec. He was instructing safety as well as developing the Basic Offshore Safety Course, which became the standard for personnel working on the Danish Continental Shelf, for the Danish Energy Agency, at the time being the responsible authority for Danish offshore industry.
At the same time Jesper also managed the Crisis Management Department for RelyOn Nutec Denmark which all in all helped install a broad knowledge and understanding of all aspects of HSE. This became useful, when he later became Operations Manager at Esvagt A/S; the Danish company delivering safety and support at sea and also later during his work as Director of HSE at A2SEA (now DEME). For the past 5 years, Jesper has worked as HSE Expert in the political organization Oil Gas Denmark and added stakeholder management and political negotiation skills to his profile.
Jesper is passioned about all safety related issues at both strategic, tactical and operational level. He can help our clients with:
- Maritime safety and education
- Oil and Gas HSE management
- Renewables HSE management
- Audits and inspections
- Development and conduction of training
- Crisis Management
- Risk analysis
- Accident investigation
- Development and Implementation of regulation
Jesper says: “I have a strong conviction that a solid anchored safety comes from more than regulations, procedures and personal protection equipment. Safety comes from safety leadership. safety culture and the engagement of all relevant stakeholders during the processes. To me, all accidents can be avoided, and I have yet to find the one that hasn’t been”.
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A new partnership was announced earlier this week when RelyOn Nutec entered a collaboration together with CAVU International, a global performance improvement consulting company as well as the Operator’s Association for Emergency Response (OFFB), an emergency response organization operating the Norwegian continental shelf.Article 30. April 2021
We have secured a £3million contract extension with a UK-based leading engineering services firm.Article 27. April 2021
We have further expanded our market leading digital training capabilities by adding the OPITO MIST Online to our comprehensive e-learning library.Article 12. April 2021
We have appointed Trevor Dear to the role of Subject Matter Expert – Crane Training and Development for the global roll-out of our collaboration with Sparrows GroupArticle 7. April 2021
RelyOn Nutec has received the accreditation from the Netherlands Shipping Inspectorate (NSI/ILT) for the STCW Medical Care and Medical First Aid training courses.Article 5. April 2021
We are very happy to announce that our LNG facility at RelyOn Nutec Rotterdam is now open and fully operational. With this expansion of our capabilities, we continue to offer the most comprehensive training opportunities in Europe.Article 26. March 2021
Our UK team have launched their Q1 Health and Safety theme - 'Our Safety in our Hands'. The aim is to encourage everyone to contribute to a safer working environment.Article 2. March 2021