Falcon Consulting Professionals is established in Greece for the last 15 years in the areas of technical consulting and professional training for the local industries. Falcon is expanding in GCC, aiming to provide the best consulting and training solutions to the industries of the region.
In his 40 years’ experience in the area of Oil and Gas out of which 10 was in a management position and more than 20 years in the field of the Health Safety, Environmental and Quality. Has worked in parallel as visitor lecturer at University of Western Macedonia in Greece and in Kavala Technological Institute. Also is an experienced trainer and Accredited Trainers for Adults from the Organization for the Certification of Qualifications & Vocational Guidance (EOPPEP) since 2008, with a lot of conducted courses. Mr. Rogers has participated in European committees through CONCAWE, he has very good knowledge of European and Greek environmental legislation and he has contributed to the effective and efficient performance of the duties for Environmental Management positions. Today still works as consultant in big Greek companies offering his deep knowledge and experience in Chemical Engineering, Environmental, Health, Safety and Quality. He is writer of a lot of scientific papers and books.
During these years, working under pressure, he has focused on results; He has sharpened his people management, negotiating, communication, strategic and problem solving skills, identifying opportunities implemented and developed new ideas and methods.
Throughout his career, Mr. Rogers, has been known for his passion to include up-to-date modern topic practices within his course material, his sharing of hands-on experience, challenging his class members to come up with resolutions and the elaboration of a relaxed but fun stimulating atmosphere where the attendees enjoy the challenges of participating in a variation of group discussions and practical activities. Mr. Roger’s training experience includes, but is not limited to, a wide range of subjects related to Chemical Engineering subjects, laboratory and chemistry, data management, environmental issues, water and wastewater treatment, pollution control technologies, health and safety issues, quality systems and a variety of HSEQ subjects.
During the last ten years has participated in several European Union Vocational and Educational Training (VET) projects either as a member of Technical Working Groups either as Project Manager. During these projects the occupational educational profiles of wastewater, solid waste management, healthcare and health and safety managers were identified. The required professionals’ qualifications and their training curricula were also determined.
At the moment Dr. Lefteris Karagiannidis is Head of Technical Services and Products Development Dept. of Environmental Chemicals Company (ENVICHEM – www.envichem.gr), situated in Northern Greece. Environmental Chemicals supplies specialised chemicals to different sectors of chemical industries aiming to the improvement of wastewater and industrial water operations and provides consulting and technical services on environmental and health and safety issues.
At the past Dr. Lefteris Karagiannidis was occupied by a chemical (crop protection products) company as Head of Technical dept. He was responsible for the development of new crop protection products’ formulations and their licensing in European market. He was also occupied by a Technical and Consulting Company (SIGMA Consultants) involved in numerous environmental management, occupational Health and Safety and Risk analysis studies addressed both to public organisations and private companies originating from chemical, oil and gas, metallurgical, food, paper mill industries, tourism sector, etc. He was member of working teams and project manager of environmental impact studies, major technological accidents (SEVESO) consequences studies addressed to the above mentioned industrial and other sectors.
Dr. Lefteris Karagiannidis is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece. He was member of the Civil Protection Committee of the Technical Chamber of Greece consulting on major technological accidents issues and also a member of the Industrial Committee of the Hellenic Association of Crop Protection Industries and member of the Environmental dept. of the Hellenic Association of Chemical Industries.
He is co-author of more than 16 technical papers on environmental management and heat transfer issues, which were published in international refereed technical magazines and presented more than 30 projects in international conferences and seminars. His scientific works and studies is been cited by more than 150 other scientists, worldwide.
Currently, he is a Technical Consultant of the Association of Local Authorities of Greater Thessaloniki where he is in charge of the mechanical engineering services for piping, pressure vessels fabrications and ironwork. During his career life, Mr. Manos has gained his practical and field experience through his various significant positions and dedication as the Technical Manager, Project Engineer, Safety Engineer, Deputy Officer, Instructor, Construction Manager, Construction Engineer, Consultant Engineer and Mechanical Engineer for numerous companies including the Biological Recycling Unit and the Department of Supplies of Greece, Alpha Bank Group, EMKE S.A and Polytechnic College of Evosmos. Mr. Manos has a Master’s degree in Energy Systems from the International Hellenic University, School of Science & Technology and a University degree in Management & Production Engineering from Technical University of Crete. Further, he is also a Certified Energy Auditor for Buildings, Heating & Climate Systems and a Member of the Hellenic Valuation Institute and the Association of Greek Valuers and he is a Licensed Expert Valuer Consultant of the Ministry of Development and Competitiveness.
Mr. Colonias has a Master degree in Business Administration from the University of Kent, UK and a Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.