Tommy Adebayo, a Nigerian,  is currently the Health Safety Environmental and Quality Advisor for Total Marine Technology (TMT) a Subsea Intervention equipment manufacturer and operator for the oil and gas industry.

In 2011, Tommy was honoured as the  Multicultural Community Service Awards winner by the Western Australian government

As the founder of African Professionals of Australia (APA), Tommy brings together community-based associations to work in partnership to empower, educate and support people from the African community.

Furthermore, in 2010,  Tommy won his 4th Gold Safeway Award.  The Award was conferred by the Industrial Foundation for Accident Prevention (IFAP)/CGU. Considered a best practice in occupational health and safety implementation.

who holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) from the University of Texas (USA), is a Chartered Member of the Institution of Engineers of Australia.

He is a Senior Safety Assessor (Major Hazards Facilties) in  the Department of Mines and Petroleum of the Government of WesternAustralia since 2004. His current responsibilities include regulating safety within Major Hazard Facilities in WA, assessing the adequacy of the Major Hazard Facilities Safety Reports to satisfy regulation requirements, and providing timely feedback and recommendations to MHF Operators on the adequacy of Risk Assessments and Safety Management Systems.

Prior to coming to WA, he worked in NZ between 2001 and 2004. He was the project Engineer for Shell (NZ) in Auckland from 2001 to 2003. Then in 2003 and 2004, he became the Senior Project Engineer at Connell Wagner Engineering Consultants. One of his major achievements at this firm was the revamping of bulk fuel storage tanks at Napier and Nelson BP Terminals. The works involved tank decommissioning, inspection, repair, internal/external coating, calibration and re-commissioning.

Amon’s career started in Kenya shortly after his graduation when he became the Project Engineer at Shell Oil (Kenya) in Nairobi in 1980. By the time he left Kenya in December 2000, he had risen to the position of Engineering Services Manager at Shell Oil (Kenya).