Manager, Resource Minds, Rural & Remote Mental Health
'Mental health in mining matters - a risk management approach'
Tracey Inglis transitioned into the resources sector as Health Services Manager more than 13 years ago. In 2014 she won the Thiess Safety Excellence Performance Award for her ground-breaking evidence-based mental health program designed to address mental health issues experienced by FIFO workers.
After working overseas in 2016, Tracey joined Rural and Remote Mental Health, a not-for-profit organisation, giving her the opportunity to combine her knowledge of mental health and her background and experience in the mining and resources sectors.
Tracey holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, Certificate IV in Training & Assessment, is a qualified advanced injury management coordinator, internal auditor, peer supporter and mental health first aider. In addition to developing new mental health awareness and prevention initiatives, along with her team, Tracey regularly delivers toolbox presentations, and leadership training on worksites around Australia.