Lee Holloway CMIOSH PCQI AMInstCS IMEA Affiliate
Director, First Procedural Ltd
Lee founded FPL in 2009 with a mission to help clients build better, joined up operational and compliance processes within their organisations, minimise waste and duplication of process, address business risk across multiple types - and in so doing improve culture, both employee and customer loyalty and, ultimately efficiency, profitability and sustainability in the broadest sense.
Lee is a chartered health and safety practitioner, registered on the national Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register (OSHCR), a practitioner member of the Chartered Quality Institute and IRCA qualified quality auditor. He is also an affiliate member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment and of the Institute of Construction Safety. Lee additionally holds an ICS approved certificate in Construction Design and Management and Professionally Qualified Person status under the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS). He is also a competent technical copy and procedure writer and learning content creator.
First Procedural combines Lee's own skillset with a number of carefully selected associate practitioners and specialist technical and technology partners to provide a relevant and comprehensive suite of services for clients.
In addition to developing First Procedural, Lee himself practices both as a generalist consultant and as a specialist in the events, entertainment and attractions sectors. In 2013 he produced a white paper discussing, for the first time, integrated management systems within the events sector, having consulted on one of the first external certifications to BS8901 in 2008 and one of the first to ISO20121 in 2012. He has also sat on a number of industry working groups including the IOSH Sports Grounds and Events Group (vice chair), the British Standards Institution's Small Business Forum, HSE's JACE Committee, the Safety Advisory Group on Entertainment, plus also contributed to the BSI mirror committee on the migration of the BS8901 standard to ISO20121. Lee also participated in trade association facilitated groups for event health and safety (eGuide), sustainability, security, catering, connectivity, electrics and technology, an all party parliamentary group on accessibility in events and has frequently contributed to industry media.
He was the longest standing technical adviser to the event industry trade associations from 2009-2013, designed CDM processes for the Farnborough International Air Show in 2016 and delivered interim safety management services for Freeman in 2014 and for the Goodwood Estate in 2017.