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Wilgh's history goes back to the year 2001. The former environmental consultancy of our current director Walter Willigenburg decided to broaden its services to include occupational safety, which resulted in Wilgh QSE.
Wilgh QSE started successfully with the acquisition of the Oilfield Services company and the conclusion of a framework agreement with Reliant, later Nuon. During this time Wilgh was deployed to supervise all stops and new construction of their power plants.
In 2008 Wilgh received a VCU (Safety Checklist for Temporary Employment Organizations) certification and in 2010 the NEN4400 certification (Labour Standards Register) has been added for fiscal and administrative management.
The second company Prov Integrated Security, the current Wilgh Opleidingen, has started in 2011. The emphasis at this company is on providing, among other things, emergency response and first aid training management.
In 2019 Wilgh entered into an alliance with Aboma. A secondment counter for safety experts in the construction industry is being set up together. In 2021, this collaboration will be further expanded in the field of training.
In 2021, more synergy will be realized between Wilgh QSE and Prov Integrated Safety and they will continue under one name: Wilgh, with the two business units: Advice & Secondment and Training.
Our mission to create a safe and healthy working environment for organizations and employees has remained unchanged over the years. Wilgh has always wanted to contribute to society. Our owner, Walter Willigenburg, was at the foundation of two social initiatives. In 2005 Stichting Hulp in Praktijk (HiP) was established; the current Hip Helpt. Thousands of people in the Netherlands and abroad have received help from this foundation. In 2013, "Buurtvrij" was established to support a local neighborhood walk-in home in Zeist, which provides informal care to people from the neighborhood. Walter Willigenburg received a royal decoration in 2021 for setting up these social initiatives. He was made a Knight of the Order of Oranje-Nassau.