Nicole Marshall is our Work Health and Safety (WHS) officer at DEM Fire. With a Bachelor of Arts Education and a Master of Research, she is highly qualified and committed to DEM Fire’s Work Health and Safety portfolio.
Nicole loves the Work Health and Safety research component and finding solutions to problems. Her experience and higher education qualifications are a valuable asset for DEM Fire.
She is resolute in creating and implementing processes that continually grow the Work Health and Safety model for DEM Fire that helps set the company apart from its competitors.
Over her years in the fire service industry, Nicole has experienced plenty of changes. Moving into the digital arena and replacing paper logs with digital files was a significant and positive shift for the industry.
Having immediate access to resources that enable her to work with greater efficiency and accuracy and having an instant pathway to changing WHS legislation and regulations mean she can stay ahead of compliance and keep her teams updated and informed quickly.
“Additional legislation changes are always a challenge for professionals in WHS space,” says Nicole. “AI is also impacting the way we do things and utilising the technology to enhance our position and improve our process and communication is very exciting.”
Nicole loves contributing to the family business and being a part of a family legacy. Working closely with family members on a common goal is a rewarding experience and one that she values deeply.
When not ensuring the WHS portfolio is functioning optimally, Nicole loves a game of competitive soccer, baking treats, indulging creatively in crocheting and spending time with her pets. She is a very organised individual with a quirky side. Her Master of Research examined an obscure volume of ‘women’s’ letters written and published by a man in Venice, Italy, 1548.