Advanced Safety Management has been acquired by Phenna Group
Advanced Safety Management Ltd. (ASM Group) has been sold to Phenna Group.
ASM Group is an Irish-based, niche health and safety business, offering a broad range of services to a diverse span of end markets. Established in 2003 by husband and wife team Jim and Karen Horgan, the business has steadily grown to its current market-leading position, ensuring legal compliance for its clients against a backdrop of reduced accidents and incidents. ASM Group provides safety consultancy, HSE recruitment and resourcing, bespoke and tailored training solutions, project supervisor construction stage (PSCS) and project supervisor design process (PSDP) services.
Headquartered in Nottingham, UK, Phenna Group’s aim is to invest in and partner with selected niche, independent testing, inspection, certification and compliance (TICC) companies that serve a variety of sectors, ensuring customers’ peace of mind by delivering first class assurance services.
Oaklins’ team in Ireland acted as sell-side advisor in this transaction.
Managing Director, Advanced Safety Management Ltd.
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