Paul S Underhill

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      • Vinters Business Park, New Cut Road,
      • Maidstone
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Paul S Underhill

Health & Safety

Paul joined UKHSE in September 2009. Over the last 30 years he has worked within various sectors of industry including Heavy Engineering, Public Transport, Warehousing and Distribution, the Business Mail Sector.

With extensive experience gathered whilst working within several industries Paul is ideally placed to provide advice and training to our many and varied clients.

When away from work, what do you enjoy doing?

Family time is high on my list of activities and spending time with my wife, children and grandchildren is one of the most enjoyable. Walking my dog is a close second; my wife bought a plaque that bears the legend 'Love is being owned by a German Shepherd' and I can confirm this is a fact.

My wife and I both enjoy travelling and visiting new places, travelling to the USA has become a favourite, but we are just as happy visiting old towns in the UK and spending time in the Highlands of Scotland, which is also less expensive that trips to Nevada.

As a lifelong petrol-head, I do enjoy messing about with anything vehicle related, something I share with my son, allowing me to spend quality time with him and my four year old granddaughter, who is beginning to show an interest.

What is your favourite book or movie?

Favourite movie is Bullitt, featuring Steve McQueen and the best car chase sequence ever filmed.

Favourite book is The Earth's Children by Jean M Auel.

Describe an interesting fact about yourself?

In 1981, I drove an ITN news crew through Moss Side during the infamous riots and stood on the grassy mound between Princess Road and Quinny Crescent, with the rioters on one side and the police on the other – an unnerving experience!

When you were a child what did you want to be when you grew up?

Growing up I wanted to be whatever my older brothers were, until I decided on being an Engineer.