Our story

PIB Risk Management brings together a wealth of expertise and experience from leading risk management and training providers in the UK.  Originally formed in February 2018 with Ford Risk Management and Sigersons Associates, with the recent addition of Lincsafe Health & Safety Consultancy in July 2018 and more recently welcomed Wilby’s Risk Management in October 2018.

We’re focused on providing simple, creative and effective solutions to risk management, that really work in the workplace. We tailor our solutions to each and every client, so they can be certain that what they have in place is perfectly suited to them.

Our ever-expanding team of risk professionals is based throughout the UK, so there’s never a risk manager too far away, no matter where you are based. Our team draws on a wealth of experience from their past roles within areas such as enforcement, consultancy, education, facilities, and construction, to name a few. This wide-ranging experience is harnessed to ensure we offer the right solutions, every time.

As well as our people, we also have a marketing-defining, online risk management solution. xCenta allows businesses to plan, deliver, monitor and review their risk at the touch of a button, from anywhere in the world. So long as you have an internet connection, xCenta will be there for you. It provides a sense of control that we believe is second-to-none.

PIB Risk Management is part of PIB Group, one of the fastest growing insurance groups in the UK with offices across the UK. The integration of effective risk management with a well organised insurance programme is the best way to protect your business and your employees, and deliver better solutions and insurance outcomes.

Our team

We know we are only as good as our people. Our team has a wealth of experience and qualifications in risk management. As well as their years of experience, many have specific qualifications and are members of the relevant professional bodies. We count members of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IoSH), the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) and the Association of Project Safety within our team.

As such, our risk team is accepted onto the Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register (OSHCR) which is a register of consultants who have met set standards within their professional body. All those on the register have a minimum of two years’ experience, a degree level qualification and a commitment to continuous professional development.

The management team

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Adrian Robinson, CII, MIIRSM, CMIOSH
Managing Director

Adrian is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety, a Member of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management, an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute and holds an NVQ Level 4 in Occupational Health and Safety.

Adrian’s background is in engineering insurance and he brings a practical approach to health and safety. With an exceptional understanding of the risks faced by the industry, he’s passionate about the motor trade. Adrian is, at heart, a people person, with an ability to explain risk management in plain English to all levels of employees.

Outside of his working life, Adrian enjoys music and football, and is an ardent Sheffield United fan. Because of this, he once considered never working on a Wednesday, but he loves his job too much…

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Stuart Upton MBCS
Systems and Process Director

Stuart’s main focus within PIB Risk Management is the leadership and development of the xCenta online Risk Management Solution. With a background in IT, software and business process design Stuart has worked within the risk management environment since 2004 taking on the xCenta project in 2013. Stuart works closely with our other teams within PIB Group including our insurance and group risk divisions, and also works closely with our clients building solutions that meet real world needs, identifying opportunities where processes can be improved and efficiencies gained.

Since becoming a father Stuart has discovered he now has far more waking hours in the day, he considers this good groundwork for taking the system global, equipping him with the skills to work across a variety of time zones.