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Mr Neil Ellis

Research Associate, Seafarers International Research Centre

School of Social Sciences

  • The built environment and its affects on health and well-being
  • Perceptions of risk in the maritime industry
  • The collection & analysis of accident data
  • Fatigue in the work place
  • Research techniques in a marine environment

Neil joined SIRC in 2003, where he was initially appointed to work on the Global Labour market database. Prior to joining SIRC Neil worked at the Occupational and Health Psychology unit at Cardiff University, as a research assistant on the fatigue, health and safety project. Neil$acirc; s first degree is a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and Communication, and he also holds a MPhil, both of which were awarded by University of Wales Institute, Cardiff.

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Speaking engagements

 

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2015

2013

  • Sampson, H., Ellis, N. and Bailey, N. J. 2013. 'Walking the talk': How companies succeed in managing risk at sea. Presented at: SIRC Symposium 2013, Cardiff, UK, 3-4 July 2013Seafarers International Research Centre Symposium Proceedings (2013). Cardiff: Seafarers International Research Centre (SIRC) pp. 25-37.
  • Ellis, N. and Sampson, H. 2013. Corporate social responsibility and the quality of seafarers accommodation and recreational facilities. Presented at: IMISS2013 - International Scientific Meeting for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Shipping, Kotka, Finland, 11-12 June 2013 Presented at Kunnaala, V. and Viertola, J. eds.IMISS2013 - Proceedings of the International Scientific Meeting for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Shipping: 2nd International Maritime Incident and Near Miss Reporting Conference. Turku: Turun yliopisto / University of Turku pp. 91-109.

2012

2011

  • Bailey, N. J., Ellis, N. and Sampson, H. 2011. Living and working conditions aboard large yachts. Presented at: SIRC Symposium 2011, Cardiff, UK, 6-7 July 2011Seafarers International Research Centre Symposium Proceedings (2011). Cardiff, UK: Cardiff University pp. 21-32.

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2003