The Centre for Safety focuses on generating safety knowledge and enhancing an exchange of information, expertise and experience with collaborating researchers and industry.

Experts from across the University in Biomechanics, Business, Engineering, Health, Psychology and Sports Science coordinate work on safety leadership, dynamic safety capability, automation and remote monitoring, resilience and process engineering, fatigue management, mental health and employee well-being, environmental management, sustainable practice and social impact.

The Centre coordinates work across a number of University Centres including: The Accelerated Learning Laboratory (ALL), The Centre for Sleep Science, The University's Occupational Biomechanical Facilities, The Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems, The Centre for Mining, Energy and Natural Resource Law and The Centre for Social Impact.  Safety leadership is also at the core of the short courses offered.

The Centre's partners are UWA's Faculty of Science and The Energy and Minerals Institute (EMI); togehter they will promote an ongoing commitment to health, safety and sustainability.

The official launch of the centre took place on 31 March 2014.  For other recent developments please refer to the Centre's newspage 

For further information please contact:

Centre Director
Winthrop Professor Mark Griffin

Centre Manager
Dannielle Finnerty, Master of Psychology

EMI Business Development Manager
Rachael Penning-Bourne