Planning & Certification Manager
Heath holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography from the University of Victoria and has an extensive employment and business history in the forest sector. His experience includes more than 28 years of forestry appointments in government, industry, non-profit societies, and First Nation organizations. His broad knowledge ranges from the operational design and layout of forest developments to co-negotiating treaty settlement agreements between First Nations, British Columbia and Canada.
Prior to joining Triton in 2011, Heath focused his career on assisting Aboriginal Communities to pursue and achieve their forestry and natural resource interests. His responsibilities included negotiating Treaties, reviewing environmental impact assessments and development plans, examining Timber Supply Reviews and subsequent AAC determinations, developing and implementing Aboriginal land use plans, developing business partnerships, managing a variety of forest tenures and related harvesting contracts, negotiating and establishing joint venture agreements, securing funding agreements (federal and provincial), as well as leading consultation between First Nations, industry, government agencies, contractors and respective third party stakeholders.
As Triton’s Planning and Certification Manager Heath is responsible for planning, developing and certifying Triton’s global operations. Heath is accredited under the Rainforest Alliance as a Forest Certification Assessor and is responsible for the development and delivery of Triton’s Environmental Management Plans, Operational Health and Safety Plans, Standard Operating Procedures, Job Safety Breakdowns and global operations training.
Head of Resource Assessment & Development
Tom is a Registered Professional Forester in the Province of British Columbia, Canada and holds a degree in Natural Resource Management from the University of Northern British Columbia.
At Triton, David ensures that we remain focused on our core responsibility: Delivering value to our shareholders, partners and the communities in which we work.
Rick joined the Triton team in 2007 and has a Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Technology.
Grant is a qualified Chartered Accountant from Cape Town South Africa.
General Manager French Guiana Procurement & Logistics Manager
Marion François, is the new Procurement and Logistics Manager having joined the Triton Team in October 2020.
Planning & Certification Manager
Heath has a Geography Degree from the University of Victoria and has more than 28 years of forestry appointments in government, industry, non-profit societies, and First Nation organizations.
Planning & Development Manager
Antoine is a civil engineer passionate about the Guyanese forest where he has been working for over 15 years.
Supervisor of SHARC™ Operations and Training
Since joining Triton in 2008 Lucas has been Triton’s lead Sawfish™ and SHARC™ operator through the design, development, testing and production phases of our harvesting equipment.
Business Development & Timber Sales Manager
Craig has 20+ years of experience in the wood products sector, covering the areas of sawmilling and value-add manufacturing, sales and marketing, and forest management and certification.
Head of Operations
Richard’s experience includes running large-scale logging operations with a particular focus on cost-efficiencies and innovation.
Cindy is our accounts payable and payroll person. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws degree, both from the University of Alberta.
Chief Financial Officer
Chris brings more than 20 years of financial acumen in diverse global industries, from forestry equipment to medical testing.
Head of Engineering
Stan is a mechanical engineer with over 30 years of experience in applied research and product development who has managed high-tech engineering and manufacturing projects on a global basis.