Through the course of our history, we have developed, evolved and implemented innovative and intelligent solutions to ensure we remain a leading energy sector healthcare provider.
For over 40 years, we have been pioneers in the field of offshore medical support and occupational health. Working closely with our clients, we help to ensure that your workforce is healthy, productive and safe even in the most challenging operating environments.
Our foundations and extensive experience in the North Sea have given us great insight into the specific needs of offshore communities. Building on this far-reaching knowledge, we are continually developing and evolving our solutions to meet the changing needs and challenges of our clients.
We understand that in this ever-changing world the need to invest in original technology is vital. Through intelligence and innovation, we are helping our clients to centralise their data gathering, standardise their medical support and provide global support whilst reducing operational risk and improving cost efficiencies.
Our leadership team have over 100 years combined experience
For 15 years, Tim has built and managed businesses focused on enabling clients to operate in remote and difficult areas.
Tim was formerly CEO of FrontierMEDEX (now UH Global) which he developed and expanded over five years, eventually selling to UnitedHealthcare Global.
From that experience, Tim has an intimate understanding of the medical needs of the oil and gas industry and other expeditionary clients operating in remote and difficult environments around the world. He is passionate about the need to develop better, more focused, technology enabled health solutions, built around clients’ real world needs and priorities.
Tim has extensive experience of assisting clients to ensure safe, healthy compliant operations in some of the most challenging operating environments in the world. In addition to his post as CEO of FrontierMEDEX, Tim has also acted as CEO of both G4S Risk Management Ltd, and Kroll Security International, two of the world’s leading specialist security providers. Tim has overseen large scale medical and security operations in over 50 countries including Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa, The Middle East, Asia and South America, and environments as remote as the Arctic and Antarctica. Originally from Canada, Tim has managed businesses in the US and UK and has lived and worked in the UK for the last 10 years.
Martin retired from government service in 2016 after a long career first in the British Army and then for more than thirty years at the United Kingdom's Foreign and Commonwealth Office. With the FCO his work centred on international security questions, cyber and technology.
Jeff has 20 years experience as a corporate lawyer, specialising in international acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic alliances with a particular focus on the special risks sector. In that capacity he has developed a unique understanding of the international risk management sector across the intelligence, consultancy, security and health and wellbeing fields.
Jeff has worked closely with Tim for the last 15 years, including during his time at Kroll and at FrontierMEDEX. Jeff was in-house counsel at FrontierMEDEX with responsibility for compliance and business processes across the group and worked alongside Tim to design and implement the networks, joint ventures and strategic alliances that were an integral part of its growth and also on the sale to UnitedHealthcare Global.
Lyall has corporate finance and accounting experience acquired over a number of years in senior financial roles, with considerable exposure to international expansion in both developed and emerging markets.
Lyall was appointed Chief Financial Officer in July 2016, following his appointment as Interim Chief Financial Officer in November 2015.
Prior to joining Iqarus, Lyall spent six years as Chief Financial Officer for the Swire Oilfield Services Group. Lyall is a chartered accountant, and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.
Andrew has more than 20 years’ experience in both private and large publically listed service focused organisations in the energy, mining, non-profit and government sectors.
With an extensive track record in developing healthcare, security and safety solutions for the energy, mining, and construction sectors, Andrew will oversee the global sales and marketing efforts of Iqarus as it continues to aggressively expand its service offering.
Previously Director, Global Energy and Mining Solutions for G4S Plc Andrew developed a portfolio of business spread across 84 Countries and 6 continents with over £600 million in revenue. He was also instrumental in leading the start-up of G4S’s energy, mining and construction sector in Africa during 2014, expanding services to over 500 project sites across 24 African countries.
Andrew has also held senior management roles with International SOS and is a member of the Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand and the Association of Chartered Accountants in the United States.
Matthew brings to Iqarus more than 18 years’ experience working as a business analyst, implementation consultant and senior leader within the customer relationship management (CRM) solutions market.
He has worked globally in delivering and integrating cloud platforms across a wide array of industry sectors. He joins Iqarus from Appirio Ltd, a strategic partner to Salesforce, where he was a business architect focussed on developing innovative solutions uniquely tailored to the needs and strategic priorities of his clients
Dr. Rikard Moen is an internationally acclaimed specialist in Occupational Medicine. He has 19 years of experience as an international corporate health manager with extensive knowledge in corporate healthcare, provision of remote and hostile healthcare services, Public Health and Occupational Health. He is the Middle-East Regional Specialty Adviser for the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, Royal College Physicians UK and the Middle-East Representative FOMI for the Royal College Physicians Ireland.
Dr. Moen began as a surgeon and then pursued a career in Occupational Medicine. After gaining the Royal College of Physicians UK MFOM award, then he completed an MSc in Occupational Health. From 1999 he worked with BUPA as an Occupational Physician and Regional Health Manager. He joined ExxonMobil UK in 2004, where he became Occupational Health Manager supporting both the EAME region and the Global Public Health Team.
In 2011 he joined RMSI as Medical Director and additionally supported International SOS as Medical Director Occupational Health EEMEA. In these roles, he gained significant experience in providing quality healthcare in remote, difficult and hostile environments (e.g. Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya, etc.). Dr. Moen is a member of the International Occupational Medicine Societies Collaborative (IOMSC) Committee, the OGP IPIECA Health Committee, ICOH and is Secretary for the International Group of the Society of Occupational Medicine. In 2015 he established the Qatar Occupational Medicine Group and remains its Chairman.