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MSc (OH&T), COH, FAIOH
Organisation: Chevron P/L
OH Specialisation: Tracey’s work experience includes in industry has included technical and leadership roles in Australia and the US. With experience in construction safety, operations and maintenance of major hazard facilities, Tracey understands workplace exposures and what needs to change in order to get better health outcomes for Australian workers. Most recently she has focused on pandemic response for a multinational workforce and raising profile of dust disease in Australian workplaces.
Reason for being on Council: Tracey was delighted to join the AIOH 2022 Council in 2022 , having joined the Board of Directors of its charitable arm the AIOH Foundation in 2021 and service on AIOH Council in 2017 and 2018. The mission to protect worker health and promote what occupational hygienists can do is her driver.
Organisation: MD, Active Environmental Solutions.
OH Specialisation: Mining, Oil & Gas, OH Assessment Instrumentation and Risk Assessments.
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