Bachelor of Physiotherapy (UQ) , Master of Ergonomics (UQ) 2005
Danellie Lynas is a Human Factors Researcher at the Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (MISHC) and joined MISHC in February 2010. Currently she is working on several human factors projects including a CSIRO-funded human factors & automation research project, and is also involved with projects associated with the Earth Moving Equipment Safety Round Table (EMESRT). In addition, Danellie teaches Human Factors to undergraduate and postgraduate mining students.
With a physiotherapy background and post graduate studies in Ergonomics and Human Factors she has previously worked as a consultant in a variety of industries in the area of health and safety. Danellie has an interest in the identification of both human factors and health related indicators that impact on worker safety in the minerals industry and the subsequent development and implementation of proactive intervention strategies.
Research Fellow - Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (MISHC)
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- Burgess-Limerick, R and Lynas, D. (2015) An iOS application for evaluating whole-body vibration within a workplace risk management process. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 12 7: D137-D142. doi:10.1080/15459624.2015.1009986
- Lynas, Danellie, Burgess-Limerick, Robin and Kirsch, Philipp (2014) RISKGATE analysis of slips, trips and falls at NSW surface and underground coal mines. Journal of Safety and Health Research and Practice, 6 1: 2-7.
- McNab, Karen, Onate, Barbara, Brereton, David, Horberry, Tim, Lynas, Danellie and Franks, Daniel M. (2013) Exploring the social dimensions of autonomous and remote operation mining: applying Social Licence in Design. Final cluster research report St. Lucia, QLD, Australia: The University of Queensland; CSIRO
- Lynas, D. and Burgess-Limerick, R. (2013) Participatory ergonomics case study: coal handling train crew operations. Ergonomics Australia, 10 1: 1-11.
- Horberry, Tim and Lynas, Danellie (2012) Automation design, skills, capabilities and training: development of a human factors framework St. Lucia, QLD, Australia: CSIRO Mineral Futures Collaboration Cluster
- Horberry, Tim and Lynas, Danellie (2012) Human interaction with automated mining equipment: the development of an emerging technologies database. Ergonomics Australia, 8 1: 1-6.