This month, ATT were honoured at the BCI Awards, judged by a panel of leading industry professionals, winning ‘Health, Safety & Wellbeing initiative of the Year’ for EPIC produced in partnership with Tideway. The panel praised the “powerful...
ATT appoints Strategic Projects Director
In May, we were delighted to welcome to Active Training Team our new Strategic Projects Director, the very accomplished Michael Heduan. Mick’s career boasts many significant strategic successes alongside tangible improvements in road safety within the construction and transport sectors. We worked alongside Mick and a team of industry experts, who were engaged as specialist consultants for Tideway, while writing and producing EPIC: Logistics. This latest version of the Tideway induction day launched in January 2018 and has been winning plaudits and awards ever since. It was clear that Mick’s vast knowledge and expertise in industry was just the asset we were seeking. Mick will work to guide us, as a non-executive board member, through the next phase of ATT’s growth.
Mick’s background was in global telecommunications: as a senior manager with BT plc he worked on global programmes and performance management.
In 2006, Mick worked on designing and implementing the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme Partnership and Stakeholder Strategy for Transport for London. Acting as an ambassador for TfL, he undertook all strategic partner negotiations from initial contact to formal ratification, securing the commitment of London’s leading enforcement and compliance agencies, including the Metropolitan Police, freight industry bodies, freight quality partnerships, government departments and private sector organisations.
More recently Mick worked in the Crossrail Logistics team from July 2009 to August 2016, as a subject matter expert developing the project’s award-winning HGV driver training course that trained over 10,600 drivers. Mick was also responsible for Crossrail vehicle safety and compliance standards. Mick’s work on Crossrail led to the development of the CLOCS ‘work related road safety’ standard which is now being rolled out across the UK.
In recognition to his contribution to road safety, Mick was awarded an MBE in 2014 for ‘Services to Road Safety in London’.
At the City of London Corporation, Mick then continued his innovations, working with the Road Danger Reduction Team, designing, developing and implementing the ‘City Mark’ strategy, which improved awareness and compliance of the FORS and CLOCS contract standard across construction projects in the City of London. This approach is now embedded in the Considerate Contractor Scheme.
ATT are very much looking forward to benefiting from Mick’s vast knowledge and experience.