My work experience includes 16 years chemical analyst at Avebe in Veendam and Ter apelkanaal and 2 years chemical analyst at Hycail BV in Noordhorn. Both of these jobs were in 5-shifts. These were "loner" functions in which a large independence is required in the areas of analysis, work planning and troubleshooting of equipment.
I was a year and a half as a temporary worker employed by AKZO in Delfzijl. Then I had a temporary job at Nedmag in Veendam. After this I worked at ABL (analytical Biochemistry laboratory) in Assen. Here I did analyses for large and small pharmaceutical companies under GLP conditions.
After ABL I have worked at Hovex BV. This technical engineering Office for the starch industry was looking for a chemical analyst/process engineer who could build a research laboratory and  which can design tests, implementation and reporting. All this to test the new invention and eventually to patent.
In the campaign 2009/2010 I was working at the SuikerUnie as a member of the emission-Team. Here I was working with sound, odor and dust measurements. Also I had to prepare and present the final report about this campaign.
Until 1 February 2011 I was on temporary contract working at Norit in Klazienaveen as a chemical analyst in the 5-team service.
Until 1 september 2013 I worked at Dow Chemicals in Farmsum. I did this at the two plants of Dow.
On the location site Rohm and Haas was sodium borohydride and sodium hydride produced.

Till 1 july I was working on a project basis with the R&D division of Philips in Drachten.
Also, I am on a freelance basis consultant chemistry and technology for a new salt mine in Morocco.
In addition I have the last 10 years a private company in Web design. This is a hobby what keeps me busy in the evenings and weekends.
My 2 biggest hobbies are playing music in 2 orchestras and working on the computer.



Hello,

Let me introduce myself: my name is Gert Slagter, I am 49 years of age and live in Veendam. In the past 25 years my main occupation was chemical analyst. Now I am ready for a new chalance.
Gert Slagter