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Stoney attended school at Sentraal High in Bloemfontein.
He was a member of the SA Police Service from 1975 to 2000 after which he joined the corporate world and was involved for a few years in a security company.
Thereafter he became a Safety and Security Manager for a Telecomms company specialising in Environmental Health and Safety and Event Safety.
He has completed the following courses:
1. Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Principles in the workplace
2. HIRA and Rootcause analisys
3. Skills development Program in Disaster Management
4. Skills development Program in Event Safety Management
Currently Stoney is an Environmental Health and Safety Consultant as well as an Event Safety Consultant.
Richard was born in Malta, raised in the United Kingdom and has been married to his wife Jenny for 46 Years.
Richard trained as a radiographer in Plymouth England from 1970 to 1972 and then worked for 10 years as a radiographer at Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham.
In 1982 Richard and his family emmigrated to South Africa to take up employment at Johannesburg Hospital where he was head of the trauma x-ray department for 8 years.
During this period Richard was a member of the Johannesburg Hospital Major Disaster Committee.
He also served for 3 years as the Johannesburg representative on the National Commitee of the Society of Radiographers of South Africa.
In 1994 Richard moved to the private sector and took employment at Philips Medical Systems where he became an X-ray Application Specialist specialising in the usage and setup of cardiac and vascular interventional systems, travelling for 18 years throughout Africa and the Middle East to train staff on the systems.
Over the last 15 years Richard has also taught himself database design and web design and when he retired in 2012 he and Jenny moved to Magaliesberg where he set up his web design business Appsman Web Design.
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