Lyn Denison is a Principal Level Risk Assessor in the Melbourne Office. Lyn has a strong background in air quality and has been involved in the development of State and National Policy for air quality through her time in Government.
Lyn has extensive experience in conducting health risk assessments for a range of complex projects including dust emissions in Port Hedland, mine and infrastructure approvals in NSW as well as a range of projects to support regulatory changes at bot State and national levels. Prior to joining Pacific Environment Lyn was Principal Scientist at EPA Victoria for 17 years. In her role at the EPA Lyn was responsible for a range of health risk assessments for both regulatory processes as well as environmental contamination issues. Many of these included considerable community engagement and presentation of scientific results to the broader community.
Lyn has been involved in a number of interantional projects including delivery of a WHO funded Environmental Health Training Course for the Ministry of Health in Mozambique and an AusAid funded project for the development of a national Environmental Health Strategy for Mozambique..