Mr Paul Johnstone
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyPaul D. Johnstone is a Unit Coordinator in the School of Public Health and Social Work in the Faculty of Health, at Queensland University of Technology. He has a strong professional background in areas such as Occupational Health, Safety & Environmental Management, and Workplace Education & Training.
Paul previously served in the Australian Army and has worked for The Department of Defence and Australian Customs Service. Currently, he is undertaking academic administration and teaching responsibilities within the QUT Faculty of Health, Health Safety and Environmental Discipline post graduate programs.
Paul holds Masters degrees in Teaching (Secondary), (QUT), Education in Adult & Workplace Education (QUT), Business Administration in Leadership, Strategic HRM and Services, (QUT) and most recently, Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management, (ACU).
Currently, Paul is enrolled as a PhD at UQ, where he is investigating the role of tacit and explicit knowledge management within the Open Cut Coal mining process. He has been a regular contributor as a journalist to defence, aviation, aerospace and homeland security matters in journals, magazines and national newspapers for the last three decades. To date, Paul has published over 140 articles, interviews and reviews in relevant industry publications. He was also previously editor of Defence Today, a leading defence, aviation and aerospace publication in the Asia Pacific.
Paul speaks a number of languages, including German, Bahasa Indonesian, Bahasa Melayu and Mandarin Chinese.
Public Health and Health Services
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- Master of Business Administration (Queensland University of Technology)
- Masters of Occupational Health, Safety Environmental Man (Australian Catholic Uni)
Professional memberships and associations
- QUT - Faculty of Business - School of Management,
- James Cook University - School of Business,
- Central Queensland University - School of Business and Law
- QUT- Faculty of Health, Public Health and Social Work, Health Safety and Environment Discipline
- PU65 Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety
- PU80 Masters of Occupational Health and Safety Management
- PUN250 Toxicology and Occupational Hygiene
- PUN301 Occupational Health & Safety - Law and Policy
- PUN 500 Occupational Health and Safety Management
- PUP116 Ergonomics
- HLN703 & HLN707 Research Students Thesis Supervisions
Mr Paul Johnstone has published in:
- The Weekend Australian
- Security Solutions Magazine
- Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter
- The Navy - Magazine of the Navy League of Australia
- Royal United Services Institute
- Australian and New Zealand Defender Magazine
- Assessment of the market for a campaign for the V-22 Osprey in a SAR Role within Australia. Report for Boeing IDLS and Boeing Australia Limited.
- The Fourth Ship – Acquiring an additional Hobart Class Aegis Equipped Air Warfare Destroyer for the Royal Australian Navy under SEA 4000.
Licences and Certificates
- QLD Teacher Registration (Full)
- First Aid Certificate St John Ambulance: 22101VIC, HLTAID001 & UETTDRRF06B Current – May 2018
- Justice of the Peace (Qualified) Queensland
- Q-COMP Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator Certificate No: 41650
- Licence to Perform High Risk Work Classes: LF
- Forklift & Elevated Work Platform above 11 Metres
- Generic Safety Induction Card: Construction for Industry & Services
- Low Voltage Rescue - Current
Mr Paul Johnstone is multilingual and has extensive experience in LOTE environments.
- Chinese Language & Cultural Studies: Wuhan Technical University of Surveying & Mapping: 1998 Intermediate Level
- Modern Standard Chinese (Mandarin) Institute of Modern Languages, UQ: 1997 Elementary & Intermediate Levels
- Bahasa Indonesian Institute of Modern Languages, UQ: 1996: Elementary & Intermediate Levels
- Thiess Australian Mining - People and Capability - Occupational Hygienist Duties
- Thiess Australian Mining - Occupational Health and Safety Management
- Academic Teaching and Learning Responsibilities - Queensland University of Technology, CQU and James Cook University
- Department of Defence - Rehabilitation and Compensation Section
- Australian Customs Service - Human Resource Management and Training
- Australian Army