Proactima recently recruited two new department managers; Vibeke Langeland Pedersen for the Oslo office and Kristin Myhre for the Bergen office. The two are part of the management team in Proactima.
“Vibeke and Kristin are both knowledgeable professionals and also have the right personal skills to further lift the offices,” says Trond Winther, CEO in Proactima. He welcomes both to take part in the further development of the company.
Vibeke Langeland Pedersen started as department head at the Oslo office after Easter. Vibeke knows Proactima well since she has worked in the company for more than four years, including as sector manager for transport. She has also worked extensively with Proactima’s various disciplines, including for customers such as the Norwegian Railway Authority, Jernbaneverket, Avinor and Norges Bank. She has also been a consultant in Safetec for 5.5 years. Vibeke came from a position in DNB, where she worked on crisis management (continuity and preparedness) and risk management.
Kristin Myhre is employed as head of department at Proactima’s Bergen office and starts in the position on 1 June. Kristin has considerable experience in areas such as technical safety, risk management, working environment, safety culture and emergency preparedness. She now comes from a position as head of department at Lloyd´s Register Consulting in Bergen and has previously worked at Aker Solutions and Equinor.
Proactima is a nationally recognized consulting company within HSE, social security and risk. The company works within the oil and gas industry and the power and transport sector and performs assignments for both private and public enterprises. The company has almost 60 permanent employees and engages approximately 50 highly qualified people in various fields.Proactima has offices in Stavanger (head office), Bergen, Trondheim and Oslo.
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