Stirling Group has strengthened its team with the appointment of two new members in the field of crisis management.
Ray Ramsay has been made regional manager for crisis and continuity management (CCM) and Dominic Webb has been made global principal project manager.
Ramsay joined Stirling Group last year as strategic projects manager for emergency response and crisis management.
He also previously worked for Tullow Oil, Petrofac Training and Rubicon Response.
His post will see him lead Stirling Group’s CCM activities in the Middle East as well as overseeing its expansion into new countries within the region.
Meanwhile Webb’s primary focus will be in the Middle East in addition to providing support across Asia Pacific and Stirling Group’s European business.
Prior to his new appointment he had held the role of regional manager for the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia for the company.
Angus Neil, managing director of Stirling Group, said: “Ray and Dominic bring a wealth of experience to their roles and will enable us to provide an enhanced service to clients. Both have
played an important part in our recent success and have an extensive international background in crisis management.
“Demand across the Middle East and Asia in particular is growing for health, safety and environmental services. We recently expanded our training centre in Kurdistan and with these latest appointments we have the facilities and team in place to build on our first-class service to clients across these regions.”