Siddig came to Australia in 2008 with his wife and, as they arrived with the wonderful news of expecting a child, he promptly applied for a Process Worker role with Ingham’s. Siddig quickly learned on-the-job, loved the teamwork, and actively sought opportunities to contribute good ideas to improve team effectiveness.
We’ve been thrilled to support Siddig in his further development at Ingham’s, completing a Certificate III in food processing, safety and first aid, and a Certificate IV in lean project management and training through Bannisters. He’s also been proactive in joining our safety committee, conducting hazard inspections and training.
Fast-track to 2023, and Siddig has now moved into the role of Work Health and Safety Coordinator at Ingham’s.
Commenting on his 15 years at Ingham’s, Siddig said: “I’ve seen so much change during my time here and grown throughout my career journey. I’ve seen new investment in equipment and technology, which has helped us with less manual processes and, overall, a better safety performance. With a young family, it’s important to me that I have these opportunities for career growth with a priority on keeping me and my teammates safe at all times.”