Keith Conradi joined the RAF in 1983 flying fast jets on the front-line before teaching advanced flying training as a Qualified Flying Instructor. After leaving the RAF, Keith flew for Virgin Atlantic operating both long-haul and short haul Airbus aircraft to destinations throughout the world.

Following the tragic events of 9/11 in 2001, Keith joined the UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch, becoming Chief Inspector from 2010 to 2016. During this period, Keith investigated aircraft accidents in the UK and overseas, including the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines MH370, the shooting down of Malaysian Airlines MH17 and the helicopter crash on the Clutha Bar in Glasgow. He also represented the UK in the development of European Regulations on air accident investigation and at safety meetings with the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

In 2016 Keith became the first Chief Investigator of England’s Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch. He retired from the HSIB in 2022 having successfully worked with government legal teams to place healthcare investigation on a statutory footing through primary legislation.