Scott Ramey is a Government, Healthcare and Emergency Services leader with a focus and expertise in Quality & Performance Improvement, Safety Differently and Human Factors. Scott’s research focuses on improved workplace environments through the understanding of work as done to better understand human and organizational performance.

Scott’s background includes frontline and leadership as a Critical Care Flight Paramedic, Firefighter, Deputy Paramedic Chiefs and Assistant Fire Chief in both British Columbia and Ontario, Canada. Scotts work has been at the crossroad of high risk and high reliability workplace environments; including emergency services, aviation and medicine.   Scott’s experience as a transformational leader and change agent spans international projects and academic research in the field of high reliability, safety, quality and performance improvement for over three decades. Scott is actively sharing his expertise to help make industry, healthcare and emergency services safer and more productive while reducing bureaucracy and waste.

Scott has a BHSc(Hons.) from Medicine Hat College in Alberta, Canada and is currently a MScHQ student at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario; specializing in Quality, Risk, Safety, Law and Human Factors. Scott is a Certified Municipal Manager, Executive Level and Certified Health Executive(c). Scott is further looking forward to his future PhD work in his areas of expertise.