Barbara Radcliffe specialises in environmental education and training and the integration of health safety and environment within management systems. She is a Past President of the SA Division of the EIANZ as well as a National Councillor. She is a member of the Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand, the Australian Water Association, the Australian Association of Environmental Educators and the Board of Management of Safer Communities Australia.
Barbara’s experience includes environmental training, management system development and auditing, for a wide range of industries including water treatment, hazardous waste facilities, vehicle assembly, air transport, mining, and manufacturing. In the training and education sector, she has developed and implemented curriculum in environmental management up to Diploma level, contributes to the occupational and environmental health programs at the University of Adelaide, and was principal author of the Best Practice Environmental Management in Mining Training Kit for Environment Australia and the United Nations Environment Program. She has been a member of panels providing advice on environmental degree programs at the University of South Australia and Flinders University.