Ronny is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist and a Founder of The Keil Centre
He manages The Keil Centre's human factors programmes and also undertakes projects on a variety of applied psychology topics including assessing and enhancing safety culture, behavioural safety, effective team-working and communication in safety-critical industries.
- Winner of 2008 British Psychological Society Occupational Psychology Practitioner Health and Wellbeing Project Award
- Winner of Practitioner of the Year Award 2006, with colleague Richard Scaife, for developing a practical set of human factors analysis tools (HFAT) which have been rolled out worldwide via two-day training courses
- Acting as an expert advisor to a research project, founded by the UK Health and Safety Executive, which involved the development of management standards for work-related stress
- Advising and facilitating in client organisations tasked with implementing a comprehensive strategy to tackle work-related stress
- On behalf of the UK Health and Safety Executive, researching a variety of human and organisational factors which influence health and safety, including safety culture, behavioural safety, effective shift handovers, human factors in health and safety, work-related stress, etc.
- Acting as external human factors advisor to a company team investigating a series of unexplained lost production incidents
- Delivering a wide range of applied human factors projects for clients in the onshore and offshore petrochemicals and process industries
- Developing the internal human factors capability of a high-hazard site.