Tim Tregenza is responsible for Member State and external relations at the Europe Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA).
After graduation from Lancaster University with an honours degree in international relations and then postgraduate studies in occupational safety and health, he became an inspector with the United Kingdom’s Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Joining EU-OSHA in 1999, Tim Tregenza worked as project manager developing information and tools for raising awareness of both the hazards and risks, and of the solutions available, for small and medium enterprises. During this time he carried out work particularly on the topic of noise at work, and on safety and health in the education sector.
Subsequently, he took up his current post as network manager in which position Tim Tregenza is responsible for both the external relations of EU-OSHA and its primary information sources in Member States – the focal points network.