Dr. Karin Müller

Head of Department Human & Health, DEKRA Automobil GmbH, Germany

Studies in Industrial and Engineering Psychology at the Humboldt University in Berlin. 1984 Promotion to Dr. rer. nat. Humboldt University in Berlin. 1983 - 1990: Industrial and Traffic psychologist in a Medical Service in Civil Aviation 1990 - 1998: Traffic psychology expert and industrial psychologist, regional manager TÜV Berlin-Brandenburg 1998 - 2010: Technical and management activities with a focus on traffic psychology, industrial and organizational psychology TÜV Rheinland 2010 - 2013: Managing Director of Society for Applied Traffic and Industrial Psychology 2013 - 2015: Head of the department for Occupational Health Management TÜV Rheinland 2015 - present: Head of the department for Human and Health DEKRA Automobil GmbH

Founding member of the German Society for Traffic Psychology e.V. Specialist psychologist for traffic psychology (Professional Association of German Psychologists BDP) Specialist Psychologist for Work, Industrial and Organizational Psychology (BDP).

SYM19 - Worker safety on roadways in the age of automated vehicles

Automated vehicles raise new questions about OSH risks and responsibilities for workers and employers. This symposium will examine emerging issues, in the near future when traffic is partly automated, and in the subsequent era of totally driverless traffic.

Walter Eichendorf, Germany   
Kay Schulte, Germany

José Raúl Gonzales, Guatemala  
Charles Johnson, United Kingdom 
Karin Müller, Germany
Wolfgang Uslar, Germany
Jason Weibel, Canada 

Live : 21/09/2021 - 13:45 EDT - 15:15 EDT
Rerun : 21/09/2021 - 23:45 EDT - 22/09/2021 - 01:15 EDT