Founder, Company Manager, WHS Advisor & PhD Candidate
Meredith is one of the Founders of Logistics Health Pty Ltd, trading as Safety In Focus. Meredith has extensive Workplace Health and Safety knowledge, business skills and is currently developing a world-renowned portfolio as an Academic. Many of Meredith’s clients include but are not limited to; Mining (Metaliferous and Coal), Agriculture, Construction, Transport, Councils, Health Services, Government Authorities, Small business and media identities such as ‘Better Homes and Gardens’. Meredith has completed four Post-graduate degrees encompassing Health, Safety and Rehabilitation and now in her final years of completing a Doctorate in Human Health and Social Science (Research) through Central Queensland University. Meredith has also been awarded membership with the Golden Key International Honour Society as being one of the top 15-percent for her academic achievements.
Meredith is a keen equestrian and breeder of performance horses (38 years), loves riding, enjoys staying healthy, travelling and spending time with her family and friends.
With over 30 years’ experience in Business Management and Administration from the services and retail industries, Dayle exceeds our clients’ expectations every time. Dayle’s exceptional organisational skills, innovative approach to problem solving and customer service help her build strong, ongoing relationships with our clients.
Dayle is a married mother of three, a grandmother to seven and has a Business Management degree from the University of New England.
Health Technician Coordinator
Taylah is a vibrant young lady that embraces learning and new challenges. She has been raised in Narrabri and has many local connections and enjoys living in rural NSW.
Taylah has worked as a Dental Assistant for a number of years and joined Safety In Focus just on 2 years ago. She is an integral part of the team, and recently she has been promoted to HT Manager due to her capabilities, work ethic and interest is team leading.
Taylah loves her country lifestyle, her sausage dog family and other pets.
Adam started his career as a qualified Paramedic with NSW Ambulance Service in 2010. In addition Adam has also worked casually as a Health Technician for Logistics Health conducting on-site drug & alcohol testing and other health assessments. Adam is currently studying Exercise Physiology, and aims to work in the field of cardiovascular and neurological rehabilitation in the future. Adam understands the impact of occupational exposures on personal health and wellbeing and he has a keen professional interests in fatigue and health management for shift workers. Adam is associated with Backpacker Medics – Disaster Relief Group and he has volunteered in regional clinics in Nepal focusing on primary health education and emergency response training.
Adam enjoys having friends over for a BBQ and spending time with his family.