Paul spent 15 years with Vestas Wind Technology, where he most recently served as VP, Corporate Head of Health and Safety, being responsible for health and safety programmes and education across 82 markets. Further, Paul spent the first many years of his career with the Royal Air Force and Eve Babcock.
Additionally, Paul demonstrates a significant industry leadership experience as a founding member of GWO (Global Wind Organization) in 2012 and served as chairman of GWO from 2020 to 2022.
Torben Harring, CEO of RelyOn Nutec, said, “We are very excited to have Paul Robbins on board. His proven track record of strong leadership skills and a large network within the global wind turbine industry represent a great asset for our company. In his new role with RelyOn Nutec, Paul will support, anchor and globally coordinate our activities within renewable energy.”
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RelyOn Nutec is due to open a new training centre in Eemshaven in early 2023, to meet the increasing demand from the onshore and offshore wind industries in the Groningen area.Article 31. January 2022
The RelyOn Nutec Group is delighted to announce the signing of a strategic partnership agreement with APEC Training Center (APEC TC) in Kazakhstan.Article 28. January 2022
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North east of Scotland workforce to benefit from industry safety training to support energy transition
ETZ Ltd has awarded leading global safety firm, RelyOn Nutec, £400,000 to support up to 400 people secure jobs in the oil and gas industry and growing renewables sector.Article 15. December 2021
A new wind industry training hub is being launched in Great Yarmouth as part of a strategic vision to place the UK at the forefront of wind safety training.Article 6. December 2021
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