Mr Froés in BOLTON
The recognition, evaluation and control of workplace environments that lead to ill health from chemical, physical and biological agents. Examples of such agents include: dusts causing respiratory illnesses, such as asbestos and cotton dust; chemicals causing occupational asthma or dermatitis and workplace noise that causes hearing loss. ...
Dr Duffus in EDINBURGH
Claims for compensation for injury as a result of exposure to industrial chemicals • Claims for compensation for injury or loss resulting from release of chemicals into the natural environment, e.g. from misuse of pesticides • Claims for compensation for injury resulting from toxic effects of drugs
Mr Birch in LONDON
Oil refining technology • Refinery operations • Oil product quality disputes • Crude oil & oil product price • Refining economics • Oil product supply & distribution • Processing contracts • Crude oil sales contracts • Product sales contracts • Pipeline quality banks • Refining & marketing asset sales & purchases • Chemical industry • Commercial & technical analysis • Chemical plant operations • Chemical product markets & prices • Supply, offtake, distribution contracts • Chemical plant construction • Chemical asset valuations, ...
Mr Lacey in LANGPORT
Agronomy • Single farm payment • Advice on implementation of organic & environmental schemes • Providing appraisals & assessments on the restructuring of estates & farming businesses • Providing business plans for agricultural businesses & operations • Agricultural machinery operation • Dairy parlour operation • Grain storage • Aspects involving the operation & running of agricultural businesses • Fertiliser recommendations