Paul is a Chartered Engineer with 40 years of professional experience. For 30 years he has been a consultant helping people and teams in a range of industries and at all organisational levels solve problems related to safety, system complexity, and human behaviour. For over 10 years he managed a large team of consultants.
Paul has written numerous technical papers and articles, spoken at conferences, led training courses and workshops, and for many years was an Honorary Lecturer in the Department of Psychology, UCL on their post-graduate Ergonomics course.
Paul is married to Sue with two daughters, and lives in Horsham, West Sussex. He enjoys reading, watching films, listening to music, walking and travelling.
Degrees in Electronics & Electrical Engineering (BSc), Ergonomics (MSc), and Systems Engineering Management (MSc)
Chartered Engineer (CEng) & Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (MIET)
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors (FCIEHF)