RH Consulting expands team again with the addition of Ron Bonner
Leading London-based audio consulting firm RH Consulting – which was founded by Roland Hemming, who has recently collaborated with SVG Europe on the programme for this year’s Sport Facility Integration Summit at ISE – has announced a further expansion of its team with the addition of PLASA technical resources manager Ron Bonner.
Bonner has served with PLASA for 13 years, offering health and safety advice, regulatory compliance information, technical advice and support in product compliance and environmental regulations. He offers services to many parts of the entertainment industry and now exclusively for the audio industry through RH Consulting.
Bonner has played a key liaison role for Government and regulatory agencies along with managing representation for the drafting of international, European and national standards that affect the entertainment and architectural installation industries.
He is a chartered health and safety practitioner, a member of the Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (IOSH) for 18 years and was one of the first in the UK to gain chartered status.
In addition, Bonner holds membership of the International Institute for Risk and Safety Management. He is currently active on safety committees at the HSE, and within entertainment-based safety groups. He has been a member of the British Industry Entertainment Radio Group for the last seven years in its efforts to protect access to radio spectrum, and is also a UK representative of newly formed Entertainment Technical Committee in Europe
“Offering standards advice to clients is a key part of our business,” notes Hemming. “The addition of Ron’s enormous experience in this domain will enable us to be even more detailed and comprehensive. Furthermore, his wide-ranging health and safety experience will assist us with the many projects that we manage for installers.”
Clients can engage Bonner on a daily basis or they can buy blocks of time in advance at a discounted rate to allow several members of staff to ask for advice on an ad-hoc basis as required.