Our experts

Icsi’s driving forces are the men and women who work together, investing their time and expertise into finding innovate ways to help all of the association’s members improve their risk management. Find out more about our dream team! With a wide range of passions and experience, not to mention a variety of personalities, we are ready to do all we can to meet your operational needs.

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Dounia Tazi - @Credit: Antoine Heusse Dounia Tazi - @Credit: Antoine Heusse

| Her philosophy |

No one person holds the keys to safety.


Dounia Tazi
Director of Operations

Dounia Tazi is Icsi’s Director of Operations. Bringing together expertise and agility, she supports many of Icsi’s diverse members in developing programs to improve their safety culture, often internationally. And nothing makes her happier than to “move the lines”, waking people up to new ideas that will bring about lasting change in risk management. For Dounia, Icsi offers a vast field of opportunity: one day she is in a management committee meeting, the next day she can be working with passionate researchers, and the day after that she’ll be in the field with operators. All of these diverse interactions are valuable, because safety cannot be decreed, it must be co-constructed.

Denis Besnard - Credit: Antoine Heusse Denis Besnard - Credit: Antoine Heusse

| His philosophy |

Safety opens the door to bringing human and organizational factors into the company.


Denis Besnard
Scientific Director of the Master’s degree in Managing at-risk organizations

Denis Besnard, a psychologist both at heart and by training, loves, above all, to pass on knowledge. And it is the challenge that he faces as the scientific co-director of Icsi’s Executive Master’s program ‘Managing at-risk organizations’, where he invests all of his time and effort. Always ready to do what he can to support his students, his goal is to help them to achieve their goals. Denis brings a personal touch: he doesn’t take himself too seriously and puts people first!  A valued member of the team, Denis is, above all, a true ambassador for the need to consider human and organizational factors in safety.



Alain Noizet Alain Noizet

| His philosophy |

Finding better ways to manage human and organizational factors isn’t really that complicated. 



Alain Noizet
Icsi expert

Alain Noizet, a psychologist and ergonomist, joined Icsi in 2022 as a specialist in human and organizational factors. What is his role? To carry out in-depth analyses of how companies function, in order to better-help them identify what they can do to improve their safety systems – and performance. 200% committed to his work, he likes to shake things up! For him, a successful project leads to concrete actions, from the transformation of a company’s organization, to its management and operational practices. Underlying everything he does, finding better ways to manage human and organizational factors lies at the heart of his approach.


Gunther Piqué - @Credit: Antoine Heusse Gunther Piqué - @Credit: Antoine Heusse

| His philosophy |

Refocus safety approaches on the human element and expand upon what we think is possible.


Gunther Piqué
Icsi expert

Gunther Piqué, an ergonomist and specialist in organizational and human factors, joined Icsi in 2023. Following his technical training in industrial maintenance, vacuum physics, and cryogenics, he developed a passion for ergonomics and psychology. The turning point? A human-centered approach! Safety culture diagnostics, training, consulting, change management... Gunther is a jack-of-all-trades – and a curious one at that. He undertakes a wide range of assignments in diverse industrial environments. In the field, he likes to put his keen sense of observation to good use in order to gain a detailed understanding of what is going on, draw out lessons, find solutions and co-construct change. His guiding principle: we must move away from techno-centric approaches, put people at the heart of the business, and, above all, move from awareness to practice.

Camille Brunel - @Crédit : Antoine Heusse Camille Brunel - @Crédit : Antoine Heusse

| His philosophy |

A company is constantly changing, and so is its safety culture! Any improvements must be maintained over the long term, never losing the momentum. 

Camille Brunel
Icsi expert

After 8 years in the field with our members, Camille Brunel is now putting his legendary enthusiasm to work for the Know-How & Methods team. With a master’s degree in Technological and Environmental Risk Management from Icsi (some would say that he was trained at the best school), what he enjoys most about his job is how multifaceted it is: field observations, running a training course, designing a leadership program, helping a company to implement a just culture... It’s a busy schedule, but he never forgets Icsi’s hallmark: all solutions are co-constructed with the association’s members!

Denis Ortega - @Cedit: Antoine Heusse Denis Ortega - @Cedit: Antoine Heusse

| His philosophy |

Together, we go further! We progress by learning from others, comparing ideas and points of view.  

Denis Ortega
Icsi expert

Denis Ortega will join Icsi’s project team in 2023, after more than 30 years of experience as a safety officer. Prevention, for Denis, isn’t just a job, it is, above all, being of service to others. He has dedicated his professional life to avoiding accidents and encouraging people to make a true commitment to safety. It’s a never-ending challenge (but Denis likes to climb mountains!).  Whether he is deploying safety policies in the field, leading training programs, running diagnostics, supporting safety actors, or reinvigorating the safety debate, Denis brings his first-hand practical experience to his work at Icsi. With his rich and varied experience, his aim is to encourage dialogue, clarity and transparency between actors, and foster trust. 

Myriam Promé - Credit: Antoine Heusse Myriam Promé - Credit: Antoine Heusse

| Son crédo |

Being unsure is an opportunity to learn. Real work is never what you think!


Myriam Promé
Icsi expert

Myriam Promé has a background in ergonomics. She joined Icsi’s Projects team in 2009, after 20 years as a human and organizational factors consultant at Areva. A specialist in root cause analysis, with high standards and integrity, she appreciates being able to – or even having to – challenge the safety vision of Icsi’s members. Above all, she appreciates being considered as an integral part of the team – a situation that is made possible by Icsi’s philosophy of partnership. A keen sport’s fan, Myriam is as comfortable talking to people in the field and seeking workplace solutions, as she is in the stands of Toulouse’s rugby club!


Nicolas Toledo - @Credit : Antoine Heusse Nicolas Toledo - @Credit : Antoine Heusse

| His philosophy |

Good leadership is essential at every level of the organization – both to improve human performance and operations.


Nicolas Toledo
Icsi expert

Nicolas Toledo is a former criminal investigation officer, and was a director of investigations into major accidents and criminal events. He has been working for Icsi since 2016, and has been putting his wealth of experience to good use with the Projects team since 2018. Nicolas is (sometimes more than) 100% committed. A tenacious team player, he understands the limits of human performance. And, talking about the human side, what he appreciates most about working with Icsi is the synergy. Icsi’s experts work together with in-house specialists to achieve the shared goal of improving risk management.

Benjamin Razaiarisoa - Credit: Antoine Heusse Benjamin Razaiarisoa - Credit: Antoine Heusse

| His philosophy |

You often have to be able to take a step back to understand what is happening in the field. 

Benjamin Razaiarisoa
Icsi expert

Benjamin Razaiarisoa, an ergonomist and expert in human and organizational factors, joined the project team in 2021. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge about the nuclear sector, not to mention his experience in many other domains. He’s happiest when he can immerse himself in developing a detailed understanding of what humans do, by spending time in the field, comparing practice with theory, and developing new methods. What motivates him? Juggling different levels of analysis, and supporting operational projects, such as strategic analyses at the highest managerial levels. In all cases, with a keen eye on the never-ending battle of improving the integration of human and organizational factors into safety policies!