James Doyle CMIOSH, MIFireE – Director
James is highly focussed and experienced risk management professional specialising in process safety and fire engineering. With over two decades of experience in highly hazardous industries, he has a proven track record in improving safety performance, problem solving and implementing cultural change.
During a notable offshore oil and gas career James has held numerous roles as a subject matter expert covering both process and fire safety engineering. Throughout his career he has attained recognition for various projects and campaigns leading to notoriety with external regulators. Regularly attending the International Fire Training Centre for intensive fire leadership training plus completing overall emergency command and control assessments spanning over ten years. Offshore career highlights include assignment to the recognised ‘Piper Bravo’ production platform and development of a cumulative risk management strategy for Maersk.
James has additionally been an integral part of the British Safety Council since 2013, providing support in numerous areas including managing the technical running of the NVQ programme, auditing and moderating exams. Proudly accepting a position on adjudicating panel for the prestigious BSC International Safety Awards on several occasions.
As the director of Endeavour Safety Services, he continues to provide consultancy and training within the safety and fire sectors. The company is an approved training centre delivering a range of vocational training in safety and fire topics. James is the author of the Level 5 Diploma in Fire Safety and Risk Management and has technically advised on the creation of the Level 2 Award in Rainscreen Cladding Installation.
James continues to progress his professional development with both the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) where he attains membership at a credible level.