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Dr. Stacey Chilcott

Dr. Stacey Chilcott is one of WELL's leading Associates, who specialises in leading all of the Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Planning training. With a PHD, over 15 years experience working in public health, she has an international reputation for leading in the field of Emergency Planning, incident recovery and remediation.
Stacey has delivered many training sessions, seminars and talks across the world from Denver to New York, from Paris to Rome to audiences of all professions from Fire & Rescue, across Governments, Local Authorities to large commercial organisations.

Stacey is a scientist and manager, having successfully combined technical expertise with key management skills. During this time she has been responsible for leading and managing a number of national and international applied science and collaborative research projects focussing on chemical environmental hazards and poisoning. Working closely with Public Health England and across Government (Dept Health, Defra, Home Office, Cabinet Office, Government Decontamination Service, Food Standards Agency, Food Environment Research Agency, Dept for Transport, Local authorities, CIEH, Devolved Administrations, European Commission, WHO, European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists (EAPCCT), American Association of Poison Control Centres (AAPCC), European Chemical Industry Association (Cefic), Environment Canada and the US Environment Protection Agency (USEPA).

She has coordinated and led on a number of high-profile International multi-partner research projects and service contracts worth over £1.8m, including the development of an alerting and notification system for chemical health threats for EU member states (Rapid Alert System for Chemical Health Threats (RAS-CHEM)). RAS-CHEM is now the official platform for reporting and sharing information on cross border health threats. RAS-CHEM also enables member states to meet their commitments under the International Health Regulations (IHR, 2005) on sharing information on public health emergencies of international concern.

Stacey is a leading authority on the development of guidance for the recovery, restoration and remediation of the environment following a chemical incident. Stacey led on the publication of the UK Recovery Handbook for Chemical Incidents.

Other projects Stacey has been involved with include the Children's Environment and Health Action Plan for Europe. Stacey has extensive successful experience of obtaining external research funding from sources such as; Directorate General for Health and Consumers (DG SANCO), Executive Agency for Health and Consumers (EAHC) and the Chemical Industry Association for Europe Long-rang Research Initiative (CEFIC LRI).

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Education Memberships
  • British and European Registered Toxicologist
  • Co-opted member of the UK Panel for the UK Register of Toxicologists
  • PhD “Cellular signalling pathways involved in muscle atrophy in cancer cachexia” (Aston University, 2001-2004) (EU and US Patent holder for PIF receptor therapy)
  • BSc (Hons) Applied and Human Biology (2.1) (Aston University, 1998-2001)
  • Diploma in Medical Toxicology (Cardiff University, School of Medicine, 2004-2005)
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Statistics and Epidemiology (Birmingham University, 2012)
  • Honorary Research Fellow and external examiner at Cardiff University School of Medicine
  • Member of the British Toxicology Society
  • L5 CMI accredited certificate in Leadership and Management (2011)
  • PRINCE2 (2009) Practitioner (Awarded by QA, 2009)