Claire  Williams Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Claire Williams

Claire Williams is on sabbatical from her recent posts as Senior Human Factors/Ergonomics consultant at Human Applications and a Visiting Research Fellow in Human Factors and Behaviour Change at Derby University. She is a Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Specialist (C.ErgHF) providing advice and training in risk management to a wide range of industrial and government organisations. She holds a BSc in Biological Sciences, MSc in Ergonomics and a PhD in Ergonomics expertise.


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Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science

Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods in Practice: Three Fundamental Constraints

Published: May 10, 2016 by Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science
Authors: Steven T Shorrock & Claire A Williams
Subjects: Ergonomics & Human Factors

This commentary article outlines three key constraints that affect the application of HFE methods in practice.

Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science

Exploring the knowledge, skills, abilities and other factors of HFE advisors

Published: Jun 15, 2010 by Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science
Authors: Claire Williams & Roger Haslam
Subjects: Ergonomics & Human Factors

A focus group study garnering the opinions of three groups of experienced ergonomists about what characteristics make for a good (as opposed to a poor) professional in their field and if any further characteristics define what it is to be expert.


The Cochran–Weiss–Shanteau performance index as an indicator of expertise

Published: Jul 11, 2008 by Ergonomics
Authors: Claire Williams, Roger Haslam & David Weiss
Subjects: Ergonomics & Human Factors

This study presents a method for assessing judgement performance in ULD risk assessment, an important part of musculoskeletal health management.