As part of the renaming to Toronto Metropolitan University, the ryerson.ca part will change. For a time, the website will automatically redirect, but please keep an eye out for where this page ends up after that is completed.
Most of my current planned activity is related to the THRILL Lab, which has a separate site. Visit site
This includes publications, media hits, analytical commentary, and other resources related to research about human factors and amusement attractions: safety metrics and safety evaluation, media analysis of safety, safety inspection, rider behaviour, and control interfaces.
My first conference in over a year and a half has successfully concluded! IAAPA met in Barcelona for the first conference since November 2019, after converting all 2020 and summer 2021 to virtual events. It was wonderful to see three-dimensional, live people (!) discussing design, management and recovery, and accessibility topics, among others.
Woodcock, K., 2012. Concurrent support for accident investigation involving human error. Proceedings of the XXIV Annual International Society for Occupational Ergonomics and Safety, Fort Lauderdale FL. pp. 97-104.
Fischer, S., Woodcock, K. 2012. A cross sectional survey of reported musculoskeletal pain, disorders, work volume and employment situation among sign language interpreters. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 42, 335–340.