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Nicole Gray is a Registered Psychologist and Principal Human Factors Advisor with The Keil Centre, based in Brisbane. Nicole has worked for many years in applied psychology and human factors across a range of industrial settings, including defence, aviation, rail, and maritime industries. Her specialist interest areas include accident and incident investigation, human error analysis, fatigue risk management, and safety culture and leadership. She also has extensive experience in development and delivery of employee wellbeing programs in challenging environments.
Nicole holds a BA (Psychology) and M Human Factors, as well as the Diploma of Transport Safety Investigation. She is a member of the Australian Aviation Psychology Association and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Julia Pitsopoulos is a human factors specialist and Director of HFRM, based in Melbourne. With a Doctorate in Organisational Psychology and 20 years’ experience in risk and safety management roles, Julia has a successful track record in managing human risk to enhance safety.
She has worked across a variety of sectors including transportation (rail, aviation, marine), oil/gas/process, defence and manufacturing sectors.
She has won industry awards for her innovative safety initiatives, and has undertaken a range of projects in training and competence management in order to manage risk.
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Melanie Todd is a Principal Human Factors Advisor with The Keil Centre, specialising in accident and incident investigation, human error analysis, fatigue risk management, and training. Prior to joining The Keil Centre, Melanie worked for the Australian Transport Safety Bureau as Manager, Aviation Safety Investigation. She has extensive experience in both regulatory and investigative roles as a specialist in human factors.
Melanie holds a Bachelor of Aviation, Masters of Science and Technology in Aviation (Human Factors), and a PhD in Psychology (Human Factors) as well as the Diploma of Transport Safety Investigation. She is the President of the Australian Aviation Psychology Association and a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia.
Martin Levey is a registered psychologist and human factors specialist with significant experience in military aviation systems, food production and road safety.
As a military psychologist and senior Army officer, Martin has operated in complex safety critical systems, providing psychology services to military aviation, major operational deployments, special forces and other government undertakings such as Antarctic station operations. He understands the far reaching impacts of system safety failure and has investigated some of Australia’s worst military accidents and has a keen interest in humans working in complex systems.
Martin holds a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology, a Master of Organisational Psychology and a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Factors and Safety Management Systems. He has advanced aircraft accident investigation training from Cranfield University UK and is a member of the Australian Psychology Society, the Australian Aviation Psychology Association and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.