The Trustees

The Role of the Trustees

The Trustees are all volunteers who are appointed in accordance with UK charity law and are legally responsible for ensuring that the SRP BF is carrying out the purposes for which it is set up.

This means this involves them:

  • understanding the SRP BF’s purposes as set out in its governing document
  • planning what the fund will do, and what they want it to achieve
  • complying with the SRP BF governing document (its Constitution) and the law

In addition, the Trustees are the people who manage the funds, so they are responsible for:

  • enabling potential beneficiaries to apply for financial support when they are in need
  • scrutinising applications
  • deciding if applicants qualify for support from the fund, and
  • making payments from the fund to qualifying applicants

The Trustees

The Trustees of the SRP BF are listed below. They all have time limited periods in the role, and the periods are different to ensure that there is continuity.

The founding Trustees are:

Click on each name to read their personal profiles.

chris_englefieldChris Englefield PhD CRadP FSRP FSyI (Chair)
Chris is a retired Environment Agency radioactive substances regulator who now runs his own businesses. He is a Past-President of The Society for Radiological Protection, a Fellow of the Society and a Fellow of the Security Institute. He is also a Visiting Research Fellow at Kings College London, specialising in radiological security issues. Chris has previously acted as a Trustees when he was a member and President of SRP Council and before that as Treasurer of his children’s Scout Group.

 

 

 

Simon Clark(Secretary)
simonclarkSimon is a retired Health Physicist. Simon began working as a Health Physicist at the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Aldermaston, Berkshire and eventually ran the health physics support to the Waste Management Group on the site. Before retirement, he was Principal Health Physicist for Dstl Environmental Sciences Dept and built the Dstl support to the Joint Forces Command and acted as RPA to that part of MOD. Simon is a Fellow and Council Member of the Society of Radiological Protection as well as Chair of their Brexit Working Party and Secretary of their Strategic and Risk Review Committee.

 

 

 

peter_bryant.jpegPeter Bryant MSc CPhys CRadP MSRP (Treasurer)
Peter is a Chartered Member of the SRP. He is part of the Strategic Planning Committee and an SRP Council member. Peter was Chair of the SRP Business Model Working Group and has also been supporting the SRP President in his tour of the UK raising awareness of the Society. Peter has worked in Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Consultancy for over 9 years including holding Technical Leadership Roles for a number of Nuclear Licensees, including as an Assurance Lead at AWE and Radioactive Discharge Specialist at EDF. He has recently joined EDF Energy as their Decommissioning Specialist and is also currently appointed at their RWA. He has previously been a Key-Note Speaker at the Westminster Energy, Environment and Transport Forum in the area of Decommissioning and Waste Management, and represented the UK on the IRPA 14 New Build Panel.

 

rebecca_andersonRebecca Anderson MSRP (Trustee)
Rebecca has worked within the field of Radiological Protection for the past 14 years. She started her career as a Health Physics Monitor at Dungeness A Power Station, before moving on to the position of Health Physicist. In this position she obtained her first Radiation Protection Adviser (RPA) certification in 2003 and has maintained this in 2008 and 2013. She joined British Energy at their Dungeness B Power Station in 2004 and subsequently obtained Accreditation as a Health Physicist and and undertook the role of Emergency Health Physicist within the Site’s Nuclear Emergency Scheme arrangements. After acting as the Group Head for the site’s Environmental Safety Team for 18 months (which included RPAs, Accredited Health Physicists, Radiological Protection Engineers, Waste Engineers and Health Physics Technicians), in 2011 she undertook the role of Consult Health Physicist for the Australian Nuclear Scientific and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) in Sydney, Australia, where she was involved in Radiological environmental impact and dose assessments, Source Characterisation, Radiological Management Plans and generating baseline survey plans for new mining sites.

Bbob_kerr.JPGob Kerr CRadP FSRP MRSC (Trustee)
Bob joined the SRP in 2000, shortly after starting his career in radiological protection in 1999. He chaired the SRP’s Scottish Regional Committee from 2009 to 2016 and has served one term on SRP Council from 2014 to 2017. Bob was a recipient of the SRP’s Founder medal in 2013 for his work with the SRP’s Scottish Regional Committee and for assisting with the delivery of a Schools Event for over 1000 pupils at the 2012 IRPA conference in Glasgow. Outside of the RP arena, he is a keen mountaineer (who has measured cosmic radiation dose rates on Mount Everest) and an active member of the Assynt Mountain Rescue Team.

 

Pphil_morgan-brownhil Morgan-Brown CRadP MSRP (Trustee)
Phil is a Chartered Radiation Protection Professional who currently works for the Office for Nuclear Regulation. He has had a varied career in radiological protection, ranging from Imperial College London as a Radiation Protection Officer to a Radiation Protection Adviser at AWE and as an EHS Radiological Safety Technical Authority for GE Healthcare. Phil is currently on the SRP’s Finance Committee.

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