Seven of the Health and Safety Executive’s most senior managers are stepping up for a good cause.
All of HSE’s management board – Selvin Brown, Richard Judge, Peter McNaught, David Murray, Karen Nightingall, Karen Russ and David Snowball – have taken up the Charity for Civil Servants’ annual Walking Challenge.
They are each aiming to take 10,000 steps a day – 4.5miles – between 9 May and 27 June, clocking up 1,575 miles in total.
The aim is to raise at least £1000 for the charity, which provides financial, health and wellbeing support to current and former civil servants.
Karen Russ, Director of Science and Commercial, said: “I was delighted to be given the opportunity to participate in a team challenge that will improve my fitness levels and raise funds for an important charity.”
Donations can be made via Just Giving or text message – to donate £10 text SXDK89 £10 to 70070.
For more information about The Charity for Civil Servants please visit their website: www.foryoubyyou.org.uk. Keep an eye on HSE’s website and social media channels for updates.
Notes to Editors:
- The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is Britain’s national regulator for workplace health and safety. It aims to reduce work-related death, injury and ill health. It does so through research, information and advice, promoting training; new or revised regulations and codes of practice, and working with local authority partners by inspection, investigation and enforcement. www.hse.gov.uk
- HSE news releases are available at http://press.hse.gov.uk