Pam Wilkinson Bio
Ms. Pam Wilkinson has over 20 years of experience in the areas of system safety, human systems integration (HSI), occupational health, and industrial hygiene. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Safety Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Currently, she is employed as the Technical Director, System Safety/ESOH at Qinetiq North America, 800 Corporate Dr., Stafford, VA where she supports the Marine Air-Ground Task Force - Command, Control and Communications. She is a member of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) and the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) where she currently serves as Conference & Seminars and Award & Honors Chairman for the Military Branch of the International Practice Specialty Council on Practices and Standards.
Most recently, Pam presented two papers at the International System Safety Conference:
· System Safety in the Acquisition Process: (What Are the Tasks in MIL-STD 882-E and What Do We Do With Them?)
· Using the Performance Specification Process In Hazard Elimination and Control
She has also written the following articles for ASSE publications:
· Assessing and Prioritizing Ergonomic Risks - a Systems Approach. Published in Interface, August 2011.
· Corrosion Control Hazards in the Military: Hexavalent Chromium. Published in Military Matters, Nov. 2011.
· Dealing with Conflicting Contract SH&E Requirements. Published in Military Matters, July 2012.
Pam also chaired the ASSE's Safety 2012 Key Issues Roundtable - "Dealing with Conflicting Contract SH&E Requirements."
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