Femeia Health and Safety Consultants (PTY) Ltd.
Co-owned by 2 female friends, hence the name Femeia (Romanian for “female”).
The company is 100% BEEE owned and has a level 3 BEEE rating
Our clients to date has ranged from a wide variety of industries, such as
- Training institutions: FET centres and primary schools
- Medical: Hospitals
- General: Offices
Our aim is to transfer Occupational Health
and Safety knowledge through rendering a best practice Health,
Safety and Quality Assurance business relationship with our client.
Femeia Health and Safety Consultants are committed to deliver a customer service in an ethical manner that is based on Honesty, Integrity, Respect and Accountability.
Cheryl Fortuin – Managing Director
Cheryl holds a B.Tech degree in both Environmental Health and Quality.
After 8 years in the FMCG industry, working as a Quality Manager, Cheryl decided to quit her job and become a stay-at-home mother. Not being one to sit still and having a passion for the fitness industry, she took this time to qualify as a Group Fitness Instructor and is currently also studying towards her certification as a Personal Trainer.
Yet, not wanting to let go of her initial studies and having always dreamt of starting a consultancy, she finally did that. After very brief negotiations with Mary who was also very keen to be part of the business, the ball was set rolling and Femeia Health and Safety Consultants were registered in Aug 2012.
Cheryl is responsible for Sales and Marketing.
Mary Ann van Wyk – Operational Director
Mary holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Health.
Having been employed as a Safety Officer by the Dept. of Labour for a number of years, she gained valuable experience in the field of Occupational Health and Safety. She has since been employed by a number of companies which furthered her experienced and knowledge. Mary has more than 10years experience in the Occupational Health and Safety field.
Mary manages all audits and risk assessments, including queries relating to health and safety matters in the workplace.
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