Sedgwick has made several key leadership appointments in its engineering, fire investigation, environmental health and safety and specialty services consulting division, EFI Global.
Aime Harrison has been appointed head of forensic investigations in the UK and will be responsible for enhancing the delivery of EFI Global’s services to UK clients, as well as supporting business development.
Harrison is a geotechnical engineer and expert witness with more than 18 years of experience. She is a chartered engineer of the Institution of Civil Engineers with a doctorate in geotechnical engineering.
John Colquhoun and Mark Ian Ross will take up roles as UK forensic investigators at EFI Global.
Colquhoun is an electrical engineer with specialist expertise in the investigation and analysis of fires and explosions, engineering failures and personal injuries. Ross is a fire and explosion investigator with expertise in determining the origin and cause of fires and explosions, examining physical evidence, and providing expert opinions.
“We look forward to driving Sedgwick’s growth in the UK market with these appointments,” said Sarah Civil, corporate risks and specialist practice groups director at Sedgwick in London.
“The team will play significant roles in maximising value for our existing and potential new clients by delivering high quality services and using their technical expertise to mitigate losses, reduce costs, and respond quickly.”