Human Factors in Health and Safety, Module Three: Strengthening Organisational Performance
Dr Paul Jackson
Dr Paul Jackson trained as a psychologist, obtaining his PhD from Imperial College, London. For over 20 years, his work has focused on human performance impairment, and in 2005 he set up Clockwork Research, a London-based consultancy that works with safety-critical organisations to manage the risks associated with fatigue. Paul and his team designed fatigue management training programmes for a range of clients including BP, Shell and Newmont Mining, and recently completed development of BP's online fatigue training programme which is now being rolled out around the world.
Previously, Paul was a research manager at the Department of Transport (DfT) where he was repsonsible for impairment research, looking at the effects of illicit drugs, medications, alcohol and fatigue on driving. In addition to his work on fatigue, her has worked closely with eht DfT in the development of new legislation on drug driving. Paul now works in transport research at TRL.
Director, Keil Centre
Janette Edmonds is the course director of the Human Factors in Health and Safety programme in UK/Europe. She works with a team of recognised human factors professionals to teach the different modules of the programme.
Janette is a 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 27 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. She was the lead author and editor for the Elsevier book Human Factors in the Chemical and Process Industries: Making it Work in Practice.
Chiara Amati is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist who specialises in management and leadership assessment and development. Chiara has been associated with The Keil Centre for almost 20 years and has experience of supporting clients in various industries, including high hazard, in relation to the assessment and development of safety culture and safety leadership. She has considerable experience of delivering training that generates insight and brings behavioural change. Chiara is a registered Occupational Psychologist with the HCPC and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.