Janette Edmonds is the course director of the Human Factors in Health and Safety programme in UK/Europe. Janette is a Director of The Keil Centre, Chartered Ergonomics and Human Factors Specialist, Fellow of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors and a Chartered Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.
She has a BSc in psychology, an MSc in ergonomics, and 24 years of practitioner experience within various industries. In particular, her experience includes chemical processing, oil and gas, rail, emergency services, defence, telecoms, but also medical and consumer product design.
Janette has experience in most aspects of human factors practice, but her main areas of specialism include human factors in engineering design, development of procedures, human factors in incident investigation and human reliability analysis. Janette was the lead author and editor for the Elsevier book ‘Human Factors in the Chemical and Process Industries: Making it Work in Practice’.
Ian Hamilton is a partner at ERM and is responsible for the human factors global practice. He began his career in human factors in the defence sector in 1984 and then moved to air traffic management. Ian has been practising for 33 years and for the past 26 years he has worked in consultancy. He has expanded his areas of interest to include most aspects of human factors practice, although he maintains a particular interest in workload modelling, human performance prediction, and human factors integration.
Previously, Ian was a founding partner in Human Engineering where he led the growth of the professional team, managing work in the defence, air, rail, utilities and oil and gas sectors. Most recently his work has focused on the management of major accident risk and process safety culture. He has a BSc in Psychology, an MSc in Ergonomics, is a Chartered Psychologist and a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors.
The Keil Centre
Richard Scaife is a Director of The Keil Centre and a Chartered Occupational Psychologist. He is also a Chartered Ergonomics and Human Factors Specialist, a Fellow of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors and a Chartered Scientist. He has a BSc in applied psychology, an MSc in occupational psychology, and 28 years’ of practical ergonomics experience within various industries.
Richard spent six years working for National Air Traffic Services, latterly as the head of human safety in their human factors unit. He also spent four years working on the design of military sensor systems, primarily for aircraft, before joining the Keil Centre. Richard specialises in all aspects of human factors, particularly organisational safety, human safety analysis (including human error) and incident investigation. He has cross-industry experience, providing consultancy expertise and training.
Richard was awarded the British Psychological Society Practitioner of the Year Award in 2006.