Emma Smith, Consultancy Services Manager

Picture of Emma SmithStarting out as a Consultant, Emma delivered air quality, water quality, computer room and kitchen hygiene workplace environmental assessments, building a strong rapport with her customers. Emma enjoys meeting the wide variety of customers in her role.

Emma has always been commercially focussed, and thrives in contract management, working with our leading customers to make sure that our service delivery is the best it possibly can be. Her love for building relationships and continually developing service delivery remains a true focus for Emma.

Emma has progressed through the business, and now manages a team of consultants working with them to build their technical skills whilst developing their contract management skills and business development opportunities. 

Emma is married with a stepson and a daughter and loves the great outdoors. Any opportunity for the family to get outside for an adventure will be taken. Emma loves to run (plod) when she can and has been partial to a marathon or eight through the years. Mountains have also had great appeal over the years too, but now with the family in tow, the Smith’s enjoy camping holidays together, relishing the simpler things in life.

Working at Assurity Consulting has continued to challenge and excite me over the past 14 years. I consider myself privileged to work for an organisation which shows such care for their staff and their customers. The diversity of work at Assurity Consulting is really fantastic, and I thrive on meeting new people every day, and helping to find solutions to support our customers, whilst being confident that what we provide really is the best. I am so lucky to work with the team at Assurity Consulting and thrive on supporting my individual team to help to guide and develop them to meet their potential.

Insights by Emma

The power of a simple hello

As I rushed to get my train yesterday morning, it became apparent rather quickly, that this commute was going to be a challenge. A delayed train, the merging of two different trains in to one service… this was surely recipe for disaster!

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Government emergency alert

Remember that on Sunday 23rd April at 15:00, a test Government emergency alert will be sent to all UK smart phones and tablets.

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Office working statistics

It was reported in the press that the average time spent working in the office has reduced from 3.8 days to 1.5 days per week, as investigated by Consultancy Advanced Workplace Associates.

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CO2 management post pandemic

Over the past few months we have seen our offices and workplaces open up, and as regulations lift, we all continue to try to understand our workplace occupancy patterns and provide a safe, welcoming and comfortable working space.

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