Jessy Gomes Moreira
Jessy Gomes Moreira is a French National with Cape Verde Islands origin is a Master degree holder in Health, Safety and Quality Management from France; a Researcher; Chartered Health and Safety Practitioners (CMIOSH) Member; Certified Member of the Association for Project Safety (CmAPS); and an Entrepreneur and Equality and women career advancement Advocate within the Workplace.
Jessy has more than 15 years of experience within QHSE has built her Safety Management Career working in Global project for French, Spanish and in the UK at three (3) blue-chip companies in London; before embarking on a PhD and staff member at University College London’s Bartlett School.
She was recognised as one of the "Most Outstanding Representative" of the "Rising Generation in Health and Safety" by the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) - The Health and Safety at work Magazine in 2019. Jessy is also the 2021 recipient of the Best Woman in Health and Safety in Europe Construction and Engineering.
She is an IOSH Council Member and part for several years as a committee member, Health and Wellbeing Lead for the IOSH London Metropolitan Branch.
Jessy has completed a main contractor player Executive Talent Programme with Imperial College Business School at the end of 2019, and presently focusing on her PhD research; Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Construction Health and Safety.