Having graduated with a MSc in Occupational Psychology in 2007, I worked at QinetiQ until joining Greenstreet Berman in May 2010.
What do you do at Greenstreet Berman Ltd?
I am currently the Key Account Manager for one of our longest standing clients in the nuclear industry, overseeing the management and delivery of the wide range of projects we are currently undertaking; this includes HF support to a number of Facility Periodic Safety Reviews and safety case assurance activities.
Alongside Jon, I’m undertaking a leadership and management safety review (L&MfS) within the nuclear industry – the first of its kind! This has involved developing a unique and pioneering approach tailored to the client organisation and engagement with management and leaders at all levels within the organisation.
What are your professional interests?
My recent involvement in the review of leadership and management for safety is true to my roots in Occupational Psychology. I have a keen interest in the application of occupational psychology in safety critical organisations, particularly the perceptions and attitudes towards safety leadership and its impact on the overall safety and culture within an organisation. I would love to further develop and evolve the wider industry approach to L&MfS reviews to ensure that organisational leaders are supported in delivering effective safety management and leadership.
What do you do in your spare time?
Having just bought my first home, most of my spare time is now spent with a paint brush in my hand. I’ve yet to have my first DIY disaster, which is more than I can say for my husband!
Tell us something we might not know about you.
During my younger years, I was a keen table tennis player and spent many weekends travelling the country playing in local and national tournaments. Achievements included representing both Hull and Humberside County and beating the number 2 and 4 seed in England!