Five minutes with….Rebecca Loudoun

Business and government
Published
The health of a workplace is considered through many a lens: its operations, procedures, infrastructure, equipment and people (to name a few). In the broader sense, Dr Rebecca Loudoun’s research looks at how these aspects are managed. We spent five minutes with Rebecca to learn a little more… In what area/s does your current research […]

New book explores psychology of safety and risk

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
Published
Risk and safety permeate humanity’s experiences and perceptions through many channels, including legislation, policies and governance, communication, and cultural-, group- and self-censored pragmatics. The Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s (WOW) Associate Professor Ian Glendon, with colleague, Professor Sharon Clarke (University of Manchester, UK), recently published the third edition of their well-cited book, Human Safety […]

The cost of Chevron Australia’s Gorgon gas fields project: what the workers say

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
Published
Stranded gas. Once a looong way from its intended market, heavy global investment, particularly by US multinational corporations (MNCs) in recent years, sees the delivery of natural gas to consumers no longer the problem it once was. And Australia is host to one such operation. Chevron’s Gorgon gas Project – Australia’s largest ever resource project – is […]