CORGI Technical Services welcomes new Group Executive Director

CORGI Technical Services are delighted to welcome Andrew Crown to the organisation as Group Executive Director.  Andrew will work across the group, which includes CORGI Technical Services, the Associations of Gas Safety Managers (AGSM) the Association of Electrical Safety Managers (AESM) and the broader Association of Safety & Compliance Professionals (ASCP). As Group Executive Director, Andrew will ensure the group continues to deliver the highest value and standards to both clients and members.

Working closely with the growing team of dedicated, highly trained technical safety professionals at CORGI Technical Services, one of Andrew’s key priorities will be to raise the profile of safety and compliance in the social housing and facilities management sectors, supporting the work of safety and compliance managers and directors nationally.

With a wealth of expertise acquired in the gas sector at a commercial level, Andrew has worked with social housing and care sector providers to support and meet the needs of their customers. His industry experience, spanning over two decades, includes instrumental roles with a number of extremely successful boiler manufacturers, developing effective teams and transforming businesses within the heating and utilities sectors. He brings with him excellent commercial knowledge and a detailed understanding of the sectors CORGI Technical Services group serves.

On the appointment of Andrew Crown, Claire Heyes, Chief Executive Officer of CORGI Technical Services said: “The work we do at CORGI and the Associations has been vital in shaping compliance, gas and electrical safety on a national level, however there is still much work to do.  I know Andrew will continue to develop our mission to drive up standards and support the sector, so I am thrilled to be working with him and welcome the experience, commitment and drive Andrew brings to our organisation.”

Andrew’s appointment marks the Group’s commitment to lead the industry forward and continue to raise safety and compliance standards.