Tessa Keegel

Tessa Keegel is a Lecturer at the Centre for Ergonomics and Human Factors, La Trobe University.Tessa has qualifications in epidemiology and biostastics, as well as cultural theory. Most of her experience has been gained in universities or public health organisations. Tessa’s research interests are in the field of work and health. She is particularly interested in the ways an individual’s health and well-being are contextualized within workplaces, with respect to occupational exposures and disease. Tessa has a special interest in the ways that policy and legislation affect these interactions. She has conducted extensive research on the psychosocial work environment and other hazardous exposures including those leading to occupational contact dermatitis.

Tessa Keegel

Tessa Keegel

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  1. Hello Tessa,
    Thanks to you, and all who attended the launch of this new ESH communication channel and for the interesting group discussions that ensued. It is my hope that through this medium, greater understanding will be achieved among governments, business leaders and the wider community of how purposeful application of ergonomic principles can advance the welfare of people in all their respective environments, through the development of efficient and sustainable processes that complement the needs of workers and business, for greater productivity and economy.

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