In September 2006, The Keil Centre was awarded top prize in the first-ever award for The Occupational Psychology Practitioner of the Year. This award recognised the significant contribution of The Keil Centre's Human Factors Analysis Tools in boosting safety levels in the workplace and preventing serious injuries and fatalities. The project, carried out by Ronny Lardner & Richard Scaife, beat off the challenge of four other short-listed candidates in the inaugural competition, held by the British Psychological Society, Division of Occupational Psychology.
Congratulations to Loretta Windsor-Mackenzie for winning HR Network Student of the Year Award 2019. Loretta was a student at Edinburgh Napier Business School and undertook a dissertation on well…read more