Technical Advisory Group

Prof. Jim Joy

Technical Advisory Group Member

Professor Jim Joy (Adjunct Professor, University of Queensland) has worked for over 30 years in the global minerals industry as expert in the development of operational risk management.

From 1998 to 2011, he was Professor and Director of the Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (MISHC) at the University of Queensland in Australia.

Jim has had high level advisory roles for WMC, BHP Billiton and Xstrata, and until from 2007 to 2011 was the Anglo American Chair of Risk Management which involved development of their global HSE risk management education and training initiatives. Jim’s work has been recognised by the AusIMM (2004 Occupational Health and Safety Award), the UK Institute of Chemical Engineers (2009 IChemE Innovation and Excellence Award in Health and Safety) and the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame (inducted at SME 2015).

Recent work has included being primary author of the 2015 International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) guide on Critical Control Management and subsequent consulting with several global clients on the design, application and assurance of the approach.

Professor Jim Joy

David Fuller

Technical Advisory Group Member

David has over 30 years of business leadership experience, focusing on people as the most critical component of an organisations success. He currently is supporting the ongoing development of the Mental Health and Wellbeing services and product offerings (including MHI™) across HSE Global.

David started his career as a psychiatric nurse, delivering group psychotherapy. He took his experiences from mental health and moved into corporate development in 1997. Since then, he has deliberately shifted between management roles and consulting work to stay at the forefront of management thinking and experience. David’s expertise lies in business leadership and transformation: supporting business leaders to develop programmes that will successfully move their people forward.

David has delivered transformation projects within both the public and private sectors. He designed and implemented the New Zealand Treasury’s programme to transform leadership and culture. As GM People and Performance at WEL Networks, he led the organisation through the implementation of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015. As the Transformation Director at the New Zealand Transport Agency, he developed and led the portfolio of programmes that delivered the complex 2017 restructure of the business.

David Fuller

Brendan Doyle

Technical Advisory Group Member

Brendan has for the last 40 years endeavoured to make some sense of why leaders do what they do and why an organisation’s culture is the way it is. In more recent years he has focused on working with organisations to create high performing safety leaders and cultures.

Brendan has worked both in the government sector (a little while) and in the commercial world (most of the time). He has held senior management roles across a range of different industries as well as working as an educator, trainer, consultant and advisor.

In 2007 Brendan met Ben Wilson, HSE Global’s Managing Director, when they both worked for an international management consultancy. Brendan and Ben collaborated on a number of global client’s strategic safety management projects and their collaboration continued when the Wilson Consulting Group (the forerunner to HSE Global) was formed in 2012. In 2013 the Global Safety Index (GSI) was launched with Brendan in the role of Operations Director. In 2018 Brendan moved to an advisor role for GSI and in 2020 after the amalgamation of the various associated businesses became a member of the HSE Global Technical Advisory Group.

Brendan has a Bachelor of Business, a Master of Education (Training and Development), and a Master of Open and Distance Learning.

Brendan Doyle
“Historically, risk management has sometimes been a lot more analysis than management”
– Professor Jim Joy

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