During his employment at WHSQ, Shane has undertaken a range a strategic and technical activities to influence the state and national WHS agenda across psychosocial hazards, including work-related stress, workplace bullying, client aggression and violence, and fatigue. He has an extensive experience in managing all facets of work teams across changing structural and functional service delivery and work contexts. Specific abilities Shane has developed include the recruitment, development, and management of other professionals, including members of virtual specialist teams within the organisation. As a registered psychologist, Shane has mentored, supervised and assessed several provisional psychologists across a diverse range of organisational, industry and workplace-level interventions. He has extensive experience and high level competency in devising, implementing and evaluating tactical and operational activities to build internal, industry and workplace-level capacity and performance within the specialist area of work-related psychological injury risks.