Protecting People and The Environment

25 July 2018 by CSG

A Manchester woman is helping to protect people and the environment, in a new compliance role with one of the UK’s biggest waste management companies.

Diana Baker has joined CSG at its Cadishead depot as Health, Safety and Environment Administrator.

The role sees the 28-year-old supporting colleagues across the waste management company’s northern region, as she explained.

“At such busy industrial facilities, it is vital everyone understands health, safety and environmental regulations and that we all work together to maintain best practice,” said Diana.
“My role supports the compliance manager, liaising with colleagues from across the business, to ensure CSG meets its legal requirements by arranging training and development, conducting risk assessments and keeping management system documentation up to date.

“I am very lucky to be doing a job I love, as I am passionate about helping people and the environment.”

Prior to joining CSG, Diana worked for a waste company, helping to change people’s views on recycling through school visits and community projects.

Compliance manager Sarah Taylor added: “We are delighted to welcome Diana to the team. She brings real energy and enthusiasm, and her attention to detail will support our commitment to the highest standards of health, safety and environmental compliance both here at Cadishead and at all our northern sites.

“As a family-owned company, CSG is a very supportive employer, providing excellent opportunities and ongoing professional development for those who want to forge a career in waste management.

“This has typically been perceived as a male-dominated industry but CSG has a very diverse workforce, with women taking up roles throughout the company on a number of levels. Diana’s appointment is the latest example of this.”

With its headquarters in Fareham, Hampshire, CSG is one of the largest privately-owned industrial and domestic environmental waste management groups in Britain, operating from 27 sites across the UK.