Global Renewable Consultancy
Shirley Parsons has 10 years+ of supporting renewable energy projects worldwide, working with top-tier renewable energy companies, providing support in operations, project management and health and safety.
Our sector knowledge means we can provide better and faster expertise than our competitors. In addition, we are focused on helping to develop the in-country health and safety workforce through expert training, local connections, and specialist recruitment services to provide HSEQ organisations with talented candidates with renewable energy experience.
We have contributed to several offshore wind energy projects across North America, Europe, and Asia.
The offshore wind market has, over the last decade, become the Shirley Parsons’ fastest-growing market, leading to international expansion. In the past couple of years, we have set up divisions to support the renewable energy markets in overseas territories, including Germany, The Netherlands, Denmark, and Taiwan.
Our clients required a partner that could provide Quality & HSE services across an ever-expanding geographic portfolio: Shirley Parsons was their chosen partner.
A partnership with Shirley Parsons is an evolutionary component as the global market is growing and the need for local, lower cost, in-country labour become a strategic objective. Our services can identify, train, and develop Quality & HSE talent globally where needed.
What are the results with Shirley Parsons?
You get the people you need when you need them and minimise management costs and project delays. Significant elements of training and travel administration are fully outsourced to Shirley Parsons
The ability to land and expand in new markets with the confidence that local QHSE resources can be identified and developed to support the forward project pipeline.
Either total removal or significant reduction in client liability and risk against non-compliance of local labour laws.
Reduction in costs as Shirley Parsons has expanded its pool of ‘requisite calibre' resources and progressively created localised pools in key geographic markets.