Amanda conducts research into workplace safety and wellness. Her focus is building collaborations with industry and regulators to translate research into policy and practice.
Bachelor of Behaviour Science (Hons), Queensland University of Technology, 2013
Bachelor of Business & Arts (Psychology), University of the Sunshine Coast, 2012, Faculty commendation for academic excellence
Post-doctoral Research Fellow | Centre for Construction Work Health and Safety Research | School of Property, Construction and Project Management | RMIT University | 2016 to current.
Research Assistant | Monash Accident Research Centre | Monash University | 2013 to 2015.
Research Consultant | Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety Queensland | Queensland University of Technology | 2013.
Senior Research Assistant | Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety Queensland | Queensland University of Technology | 2011 to 2013.
Research Assistant | School of Business | University of the Sunshine Coast | 2007 to 2011.
Best Paper with Implications for Improving Workplace Road Safety, Australasian College of Road Safety, 2016
ARRB Group & Roads Australia Student Transport Research Prize, 2016
Best Student Paper Prize, Safety Culture from the Regulators' Perspective Symposium, Monash Business School, 2016
Highly Commended Paper in the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence
Recipient of Peter Vulcan Scholarship, 2013
Warmerdam, A., Newnam, S., Sheppard, D., Griffin, M. & Stevenson, M. (2017). Workplace road safety risk management: An investigation into Australian practices, Accident Analysis & Prevention, 98, 64-73.
Warmerdam, Amanda, Lewis, Ioni, & Banks, Tamara (2015) Gen Y recruitment : Understanding graduate intentions to join an organisation using the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Education + Training, 57, 560-574.
Newnam, S., Lewis, I. & Warmerdam, A. (2014). Modifying behaviour to reduce over-speeding in work-related drivers: An objective approach. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 64, 23-29.