Garry Cornell

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Garry Cornell

Locality: Bristol, United Kingdom
Summary: I have 15 years experience as an Environmental Manager and now work as an independant Environmental Consultant. My work is mainly in developing and implementing Environmental Management Systems, developing and delivering training courses and managing environmental projects. I also work as an ISO14001 and OHSAS certification auditor. I have experience in the following industry sectors: - Pharmaceutical - Tobacco - Military and defence - Science and Technology - Airports - Rail - Construction - Manufacturing - Automotive - Retail
Current: Director of Environment at ABC Risk Management Owner at Cornell Environmental Management Ltd
Past: Corporate Environment Manager at BAA Environment Manager at BAA Stansted Airport Corporate Environment Adviser at QinetiQ 1 more...
Education: University of Derby
Industry: Environmental Services
Skills: The primary objective of the Cornell Environmental Management is to help businesses to improve their environmental performance. To do this there are a number of approaches, from auditing, developing management systems, performance improvement projects, competency building or developing a businesses environmental strategy. The focus is to generate organisational change and engage management and staff to alter behaviour and not just rely on EMS documentation.
Experience: ABC Risk Management (Environmental Services industry): Director of Environment,  (December 2008-Present) Director of Environment role: Development of Environmental services within the ABC Risk Management portfolio. Development of business strategy and integration within the company business plan. Development and support of market strategy, marketing and advertising, and sales...
Interests: Environment, Environmental Management, ISO14001, Sustainability, Sustainable Development, Training, Auditing, Consultancy
Interests: consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch
Groups: Institute Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA)

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Books by Gary Cornell

Gary Cornell: Gary Cornell has been a visiting scientist at IBM Watson Labs and now teaches at the University of Connecticut. He has authored or co-authored 14 popular computer books ...

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Airport Operators Association (AOA)

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Clouds on the horizon

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