Hein Baartmans

Partner

Amsterdam

Hein Baartmans is responsible for managing several global accounts and for development and delivery of integrated Control Risks services in the Benelux countries, the wider European region and beyond. He is based in Amsterdam.

  • Leadership
  • Partner
  • Europe
  • Creating a Secure Organisation
  • Security Training


Hein Baartmans is responsible for managing several global accounts and for development and delivery of integrated Control Risks services in the Benelux countries, the wider European region and beyond. He is based in Amsterdam.


Recent examples of Hein’s work include:
  • More than a decade of account and project management of embedded security risk consulting services to a national government department with an international network of representative offices.
  • Account and project management of an assignment to a maritime construction company in Venezuela. The project included on- and off-shore risk analysis and monitoring, as well as embedded security risk consulting and operational support.
  • Account and project management of a long-term global assignment, providing an embedded crisis management trainer for senior national and regional management teams of a major oil and gas company.
  • Delivery of high-end crisis consultancy tasks and management of projects which are related to the accounts that he supervises, mainly focused on the specific market sectors of oil & gas and maritime.


Before joining Control Risks, Hein was a management consultant specialising in recruitment and selection and in personal and team development processes. As Senior Manager, Human Resources at Reebok Europe, he was responsible for all human resources-related aspects of the transition of Reebok’s European activities into a centrally led and integrated, pan European organisation.

Hein previously attended the Royal Netherlands Naval College and served as an officer in the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps. He has a master’s degree in International Human Resources Leadership, speaks Dutch and English fluently, and has a good knowledge of German and French.

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