BE (Chemical and Biomolecular) Hons
Lucy provides engineering support to both operations and management. She has a chemical and biomolecular engineering degree from The University of Sydney.
Lucy specialises in the presentation and analysis of large amounts of data and preparation of reports for NSW water utilities.
She has been involved in the development of drinking and recycled water management systems including the development, drafting and ground-truthing of flow diagrams, the assessment of the adequacy of preventative measures, the development of critical control points and their supporting procedures, incident and emergency response protocols and water quality risk assessment.
Lucy is experienced in operations support, including participation in commissioning and asset criticality risk assessment workshops, process review, preparation of compliance documentation and fluoride operations.
Skills and Experience
Drinking & Recycled Water Management Systems
- Development of drinking and recycled water management systems documentation
- Development, review and update of critical control points and protocols
- Process flow diagram development and onsite verification
- Incident and emergency response protocols
- Developed water quality monitoring spreadsheets for water utilities and assisted in the recording and review of water quality data
- Undertaken efficiency reviews for water utilities
- Developed drinking water management system implementation annual reports
- Experienced in workshop recording for drinking and recycled water quality risk assessment including using specialised software e.g. bow tie XP
- Development of workshop briefing and output papers
- Experienced in fluoride plant operations
- Asset criticality assessments
- Development of standard operating procedures
- Commissioning risk assessment workshop participation including development of briefing materials and output report
- Modelling of water supply systems using hydraulic analysis software EPANET
- Option modelling for water quality improvements
- Management of fluoride tracer study