Nicole Gray joins The Keil Centre

We are pleased to announce that Nicole Gray has recently joined The Keil Centre as a Principal Human Factors Advisor, based in Brisbane.Some descriptionSome description

Nicole is a passionate advocate of a systems approach to managing human performance in high risk organisations.  She has worked for many years in applied psychology and human factors across a range of industrial settings, including defence, aviation, rail, and maritime industries.  Nicole’s previous work as a senior officer in the Australian Army Psychology Corps, and as a Senior Investigator with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, has provided her with broad perspectives and a pragmatic, solution-focussed approach.  Her specialist interest areas include accident and incident investigation, human error analysis, fatigue risk management, and safety culture and leadership.  As a result of her military background, Nicole also has considerable experience in strategic level development through to front line delivery of employee wellbeing programs in challenging environments.

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Nicole holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Human Factors, as well as the Diploma of Transport Safety Investigation.  She is a registered psychologist and a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia.

Nicole can be contacted via nicole@keilcentre.com.au

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