Here is a summary of some the key papers I have had published. If you would like a copy of any of these please get in touch.

2008 (also 2006 and 2005)

Presentation and workshop at course 'Control Rooms: Operation and design '

IBC, London

2008

Special Report for Indicator Tips & Advice - Health & Safety

Available to purchase here

2007

Special Report for Indicator Tips & Advice - Health & Safety

Available to purchase here

2005

Presented at seminar titled 'Workload, organisational change and stress'

Energy Institute, London

2004

Guidance Document -available here

Energy Institute

Co-authors P Waite and A Gait

2004

Health and Safety Executive Research Report RR292

Co-authors A Gait and P Waite

2004

Presented at conference 'Control Rooms: Operation and Design'

IBC, London

 

2008

Loss Prevention Bulletin issue 204

Also, IChemE Hazards XX Conference, Manchester(April 2008)

Co-author B Pacitti of Infotechnics

 

2003

Health and Safety Executive Research Report RR174

Co-authors R Lancaster, R Ward, P Talbot

2003

Health and Safety Executive Research Report RR092

Co-author P Waite

2004 - Energy Institute

The Energy Institute (formerly the Institute of Petroleum) had identified that the staffing assessment methodology (CRR 348/2001) developed by Entec for the Health and Safety Executive was a very valuable tool, but that some companies were not using it because they perceived it to be too difficult to learn and use. Also, the Institute had received feedback from its members saying that they did not feel the methodology was suitable for automated plant. Working closely with the Institute's human factors working party, Andy developed a 'User Guide' that explained the practical aspects of conducting an assessment using the methodology. As well as explanations about the underlying principles and terminology used, the guide provided practical advice and forms that could be used to collect information during assessment workshops. Also, it explained how companies should use the methodology in managing organisational change, including the assessment of risks associated with existing staffing arrangements and the impact of proposed changes. An extension to the methodology was developed to provide users with a method of assessing the impact to the operator of implementing technological change. The report and associated material is freely available from the Energy Institute's website.

2002

Health and Safety Executive Contract Research Report CRR 2002/432

Co-authors J Henderson, K Wright

1996

PhD Thesis

Edinburgh University