Alongside the legislation area of environmental compliance I am proficient in implementing practical changes to your company’s structure and too historical attitudes. I fully appreciate and understand the challenges that come with implementing change: the uncertainty, the unwillingness, the preferring of the status-quo (we have always done it this way) and I am able to support and assure staff, customers and all stakeholders that change is positive. Only by embracing change can we manage, guide and support you to achieve your environmental and ethical goals. Through on going communication, education, and good direction with a clear concise uniform approach will we successfully overcome the challenges change management provides. My approach to change management is always through a process of investigation, consultation and client agreement where communication is vital in establishing best practise. I believe that by allowing flexibility in service delivery a more pro-active approach can be adopted. If change is to be successful it has to link the strategic, operational and everyday aspects of the organisation as well as the initial impact to clients. I always want to consider how to balance the different approaches to managing strategic change according to the differing circumstances. By translating strategic change into a detailed resource plan I can factor in critical success factors and key tasks which will give a better control throughout the change management process. I recognise that the development of a definitive plan for implementing any major projects is an evolutionary and reiterative process. Thus, it must be treated as a ‘living plan,’ one which will be continually modified and expanded. At each step in the plan, as the database is firmed and broadened, the environment and premise on which the Mobilisation and Implementation Plan is predicated will be tested. Where the facts are no longer valid or where new dimensions are added the Mobilisation and Implementation Plan will be modified accordingly.