Jeremy is a highly skilled and well-respected industry leader. In recognition for his contribution to furthering the awareness and understanding of occupational hygiene, he was awarded "Fellowship" status of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygiene (AIOH) and is a Chartered Fellow of the Safety Institute of Australia. Jeremy is also President Elect of the AIOH.
As Founder and Principal Occupational Hygienist of JTA, Jeremy has amassed vast experience across the military, national, state and local government, manufacturing, construction, retail and commercial sectors. His passion in OHS lies in pursuing the scientific assessment of risk and prioritising controls to get the best return in worker health and he has been engaged in several research projects on that issue.
Jeremy is committed to sustainability and has always strived to balance the needs of people, the planet and profitability. He monitors the environmental impact that JTA has and how it can adapt its practices, processes and systems to be more eco-friendly. As a passionate surfer, his love for the environment influences everything he does.
Rhonda has a strong background in strategic planning, marketing and business management and over 25 years’ experience in corporate governance, performance assessment and managing compliance and risk.
Rhonda’s focus is on business development and building client relationships. She has helped nurture and grow the business to the nationwide success that it is today but also ensures that all clients receive the personal service that was the backbone of JTA when it was established in 1988.
As a collaborative leader with a demonstrated ability to develop teams, deliver strategic and operational outcomes and build organisational capability, Rhonda has been instrumental in developing JTA to the high performing team of consulting professionals that it is today. Rhonda’s passion is ocean swimming 365 days a year.
After working as a Project Engineer delivering major civil construction project on the Mornington Peninsula, he joined JTA in 2019. Jackson has been able to use his first hand experience managing different facets of construction to help JTA’s clients with their OHS requirements. Since starting Jackson has immersed himself in learning the technical elements of JTA’s vast range of services from Asbestos management, OHS, Air Monitoring and construction noise and vibration. Jackson is a full member of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists and is currently completing a Masters in OHS.
With qualifications in Civil Engineering and Finance, Tom has worked in industry as an engineer and then in management consulting before joining JTA in 2019. He is also currently undertaking an MBA.
Tom has made an impact in the business by introducing sales & business growth development strategies, improving organisational performance and efficiency through technological advancement and data visualisation. In his spare time, Tom is an avid sailor often training for national and international events.