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Hailed as the conference for safety experts to explore topics ranging from zero harm methods and best practices, cultural change, leadership and employee buy in, contractor management, report and …

Hailed as the conference for safety experts to explore topics ranging from zero harm methods and best practices, cultural change, leadership and employee buy in, contractor management, report and investigation methods – this is a conference not to be missed. Conference presentations include case studies led by industry experts, and discussion panels by industry leaders, professionals.

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  • 1. “Each year, more than 6,000 employees die from workplace injuries and 50,000 more from illnesses caused by work place hazards. Workplace injuries create estimated costs of $155.5billion in the US alone.” Leveraging and reviewing industry standard in applying Zero Harm concept through organisations best practice Establishing Zero Harm design and management protocols to eliminate inherent risks and contain hazards Reconciling business goals and getting contractor buy-in for Zero Harm initiatives and processes Benchmark safety practices and track performance against safety KPIs among multi tiered contractors Instill personal safety responsibility into employees to achieve a common goal Advocating Behaviour Based Safety process and understanding its evolutionary changes to avoid costly liabilities to your organisation Architect monitoring, review, audit and assurance systems geared Fixate reporting and investigation channels to analyse incidents to anticipate accidents Book and pay before 30th Nov 2010 - USD1495, save USD500 per delegate Follow us on Association partners Media partner Wayne Harris, HSE Director QPM Lee Hogan, HSE Director Baker Hughes Mohammad Fahmi Hussien, Manager Health & Safety Emirates Aluminium Norman Black, EH&S Manager Bechtel International Gbubemi Bafor, Vice President HSE Schlumberger Vinoth Mon Baskaran, HSE Manager Petronas Surendra Jagtap, Vice President & Dy. Head of HSE ESSAR Adriano Catubig, HSE Manager Holcim Morrison De’ Lom, HSE Manager Hyundai Heavy Industries Vijay Doraisamy, HSE Manager BASF Speaker to be advised BlueScope Steel Featuring Fortune 500 case studies 2-3 March 2011 / Crowne Plaza Hotel, Kuala Lumpur Zero Harm at Work means no harm to anyone, anytime while at work and is the underlying philosophy that Work- places want to achieve. There is no compromise when it comes to Environmental, Health and Safety. Organisations in all industries have an obligation to protect the environment’s core values which are human lives, property and atmosphere. Failing to do so will affect the public confidence and its shareholder’s ROI. Hence, continuous development of OH&S is vital for all sectors due to the increase amount of risks and accidents involved. Hailed as the conference for safety experts to explore topics ranging from zero harm methods and best practices, cultural change, leadership and employee buy in, contrac- tor management, report and investigation methods - this is a conference not to be missed. Conference presentations include case studies led by industry experts, and discus- sion panels by industry leaders, professionals. Why you cannot miss this event Key benefits of attending 1 - University of Michigan THAI CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION Zero Harm Target FEDERATION OF THAI INDUSTRIES CHEMICAL INDUSTRY CLUB (FTIPC) John W Pond, Principal Examiner NEBOSH Prasanth Kumar, Vice President HSE General Electric - Chairman of International Safety Quality Environmental Management Association (ISQEM) - Board Director of World Safety Organisation - World’s largest single site aluminium smelter - Former Chief Health and Safety Officer, EDF Energy M Firdaus Ariffin, Regional Projects Lead ME & Asia Shell Sureshkumar Manikam, SHEQ Manager Cabot Corporation
  • 2. 2 0900 Session One Zero Harm methodologies as part of the corporate vision and objectives • Establishing a corporate framework and development of a business case for establishing a HSE culture. • Strategise Zero Harm in health and safety as a company’s core value • Develop management systems to support Zero Harm business objectives 0945 Session Two Who am I? Characterise your organisation’s safety culture and introduce Zero Harm • Identify and categorise existing safety culture using models and frameworks • Install organisational culture change systems to achieve Zero Harm Target • Ensure workforce acceptance to safety culture and employ Zero Tolerance Surendra Jagtap, Vice President & Dy. Head of HSE Gbubemi Bafor, Vice President HSE Schlumberger Wayne Harris, HSE Director Qatar Project Management - Chairman of International Safety Quality Environmental Management Association (ISQEM) - Board Director of World Safety Organisation (UN-NGO) ESSAR - Multinational conglomerate with USD $15b revenue Lee Hogan, HSE Director Baker Hughes 1030 Morning refreshment 1100 Session Three Establish Zero Harm design, behavioural and management protocols to eliminate risks • Incorporate safety into pillars of organisational systems and processes • Applying risk analysis and management to contain hazards and risk at work • Making sound decisions based on risk assessment to reduce consequence, likelihood and exposure 1145 Session Four – Case Study Revolutionise collaboration between Safety and process design to minimise inherent risks • Developing a checklist for safety agenda in the product and process design • Mitigate job inherent risk by reinventing processes and procedures to be safer • Inform stakeholders of the residual risks in a clear and concise manner 1230 Networking luncheon 1400 Session Five Success Story: OSH Zero Harm Best Practices ning organisational goals and targets in the context of Zero Harm • How did we integrate Zero Harm into our corporate systems and processes? • Evidently present our achievements in attaining Zero LITR and AFR Prasanth Kumar, APAC Regional Vice President HSE General Electric 1515 Session Six Building an operational safety strategy and culture between contractors and clients • Getting contractor buy-in for zero harm initiatives and processes • Reconciling the business goals of both contractor and client to achieve Zero Harm • Contractor selection methods : Trusted core contractors and approved companies • Identify drawbacks, challenges and potential solutions to HSE contractor management • Striking the right balance to enable both parties to excel in safety Mohammad Fahmi Hussien, Health & Safety Manager Emirates Aluminium 1600 Afternoon refreshment 1630 Session Seven Safety Patrol: Aligning contractor management and supervision within the context of Zero Harm • Effectively integrate contractors into company’s management systems • Setting up contracts, incentives and expectations to drive the right performance from a cultural and business perspective • Setting and monitoring contractor safety procedures and standards to ensure adherence • Track safety performance against KPIs in practice and identify pitfalls • Benchmark safety practices among multi tiered contractors to promote compliance Adriano Catubig, HSE Manager Holcim Day 1 Wednesday 2 March 2011 Register Now T: +603 2711 0701 F: +603 2711 0703 E: dillony@trueventus.com Book and Pay by 30th Nov 2010 - USD 1495, save USD 500 per delegate WHO SHOULD ATTEND Job titles CSOs, Directors, VPs, Heads, Senior Managers and Managers Departments HSE/EHS/SHE Quality Production Plant Managers Safety & Environment Safety & Auditing Risk & Security Operations Claims & Injuries Crisis & Risk Management Corporate Social Responsibility Maintenance, Shutdown & Turnaround From heavy & process industries such as: Mining Quarry, Construction Contracting, Oil and Gas, Infrastructure and Utilities, Metals, Chemical and Petrochemical - World’s largest single site aluminium smelter 1715 End of Day One
  • 3. 3 0900 Session One The contribution of competency to securing health and safety 0945 Session Two Engage and involve employees in safety orts to instil personal safety responsibility • Set up regular occupational health and s to gain practical feedback and reassess safety systems • Reinvent training to equip stakeholders with the knowledge to apply safety at work s identify and understand hazards as they observe how others work • Shifting worker’s safety mindset from being accountable to personal responsibility 1030 Morning refreshment 1100 Session Three Winning the hearts & minds of workers in a foreign culture for SHE success • Realising the need for non traditional SHE management behaviour method ning and understanding the value judgements of your workforce to successfully implement effective means of influencing positive SHE performance • Amalgamating the best elements of employee driven system for safe behaviour and the spiritual reality of the workforce Norman Black, EH&S Manager Bechtel International 1145 Session Four Hook them in: Engage top management in Zero Harm initiatives to walk the talk • Identify the need for Zero Harm in your organisation and the value adding factor ectively convince senior management, compelling involvement in Zero Harm • Lead by example :Strong safety leadership eld workers to Boardroom 1230 Networking luncheon 1400 Session Five Architect monitoring, review, audit and assurance systems geared for Zero Harm • Establish cross platform instruments to monitor, record and assess safety reports • Incentivise safety performance and audit to propel safety conformity • Closing the gap between textbook knowledge and practical application Vinoth Mon Baskaran, HSE Manager Petronas John W Pond, Principal Examiner NEBOSH HSE Manager BASF Vijay Doraisamy, HSE Manager Hyundai Heavy Industries Morrison De’ Lom, 1445 Session Six Analysing the success of behavioural based safety programmes 1530 Afternoon refreshment Day 2 Thursday 3 March 2011 1600 Session Seven Capitalising on HSE: Value adding performance and cost deterrence • Identify key focus areas to maximise benefits of HSE spending • Transform HSE from a cost centre to a value adding division • Record and track spending and savings to realise safety ROIs 1645 1730 End of Conference Session Eight t from Zero Harm to the environment • Identify and comply to key environmental regulations, ISO 14000 • Going beyond compliance and setting a target for Zero environmental incidents cations and t from minimising harm to the environment Register Now T: +603 2711 0701 F: +603 2711 0703 E: dillony@trueventus.com Book and Pay by 30th Nov 2010 - USD 1495, save USD 500 per delegate Speaker to be advised BlueScope Steel - Former Chief Health and Safety Officer, EDF Energy This session will first consider Rasmussen’s Model and Reason as a method of predicting behaviour, perception and reaction to risks, and the types of error which can occur. Mr. John Pond will discuss the importance of vocational training, formal examined qualifications and in-company training contributing to employee competency as a key means of securing workplace health and safety. M Firdaus Ariffin, Regional Projects Lead Shell • Characteristics of BBS programmes • Reviewing BBS and their impact • Understanding the pitfalls of BBS - what should you watch out for • Are BBS programmes worth implementing? • What are studies showing? Sureshkumar Manikam, SHEQ Manager Cabot Corporation
  • 4. 3 Register Now T: +603 2711 0701 F: +603 2711 0703 E: dillony@trueventus.com Book and Pay by 30th Nov 2010 - USD 1495, save USD 500 per delegate The Safety Organization of the Philippines, Inc. (SOPI) The safety organization of the Philippines is founded in 1959. They are a non profit organization and commit- ted to preserving life, property, promoting health, as well as protecting the environment. Their main vision is to be the lead organization in the advocacy of safety, health, and environment (SHE). SOPI missions are to build the culture of SHE, promote and educate society on SHE, develop SHE plan program to mitigate human sufferings and economic losses arising from preventable causes, and provide technical assistance and services to all stakeholders. SOPI also conduct researches and studies on SHE. World Safety Organization (WSO) The World Safety Organization holds NGO Status - a Consultative Status Category II (Non-Governmental Organization-NGO) to Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. It is dedicated to the advancement of safety and encourages the effective exchange of information and experiences between members of the WSO and collaborates with other international organizations. The WSO promotes the continuous advancement of safety and accident prevention technology and strives for a universal level of professionalism and competence among its members, and all professionals and practitioners in the multi-discipline of occupa- tional and environmental safety, health and accident prevention. International Safety Quality Environment Management Association (ISQEM) The International Safety Quality Environment Association is a registered non-profit making organization. The association is fully international with several thousand members from across the world including UK, USA, Europe, Asia, Africa, India, Middle East, Far East, and South America, who have joined together to ensure that the three main key areas of management Safety, Quality and Environment are being raised and improved worldwide. The Association is both free, and non-profit making, contributing to the enhancement of safety quality and environmental management on a true global scale. ISQEM is represented by an international board of directors who actively support sustainable growth of the association and promote its global activities. Universal Solutions S.A.E (US) GulfOilandGas.com is the Online Gateway to the Oil and Gas Markets in the Eastern Hemisphere. GulfOilandGas.com attracts thousands of professional regular visitors each day. With 50% of our audience defining themselves as engineers and another 25% in managerial roles, we deliver a captive audience of professionals responsible for specifying projects and making purchasing decisions. GulfOilandGas.com 3D Projects service tracks information for 2000+ projects across the Middle East and Africa. GulfOilandGas.com Career Center is dedicated to assisting organizations in building their engineering and technical resources. Association Partners Media Partner
  • 5. 4 REGISTER NOW Dillon Yong Tel: +603 2711 0701 Fax: +603 2711 0703 Email: dillony@trueventus.com SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Limited packages are available. For further details, contact Aravind Menon Tel: +603-2711 0701 aravindm@trueventus.com TERMS & CONDITIONS 1. The course fee is inclusive of the event proceedings, materials, refreshments and lunch ,mrofnoitartsigerdetelpmocehtfotpiecernopU.2 invoice will be issue. Trueventus request that all payments be made within 5 working days of the invoice being issued. Full payment must be received prior to the event. Only delegates that have made full payment will be admitted to the event. ehtdluohS.ycilopsnoitallecnac&noitutitsbuS.3 registered delegate unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge. Written cations of all substitutions is required 5 working days prior to the event. Trueventus contracts carry 100% full liability upon receipt of registration. Non payment does not constitute cancellation. A 50% of cancellation fee will be charged under the terms outlined below: Due to limited event seats, Trueventus agrees to reserve the seat for the client upon issuance of invoice. Upon signing of this contract, client agrees that in any case of dispute or cancellation of this contract Trueventus will not be able to mitigate its losses for any less than 50% of the total contract value. If a client does not attend the days prior to the event date, he/she will be deemed as no show. Trueventus does not provide refunds for ed in writing to Trueventus 5 working days prior to the event, a credit voucher will be issued for use in future Trueventus events. 4. Trueventus will at all times seek to ensure that all orts are made to adhere to meet the advertised package, however we reserve the right to postpone,cancel or move a venue without penalty or refunds. Trueventus is not liable for any losses or damages as a result of substitution, alteration, postponement or cancellation of speakers and / or topics and / or venue and / or the event dates. If force majeure were to occur Trueventus accepts no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage caused by events beyond their control, including, ight ood, or any adverse weather conditions. 5. Upon receiving this signed booking form, you the client herby consent to Trueventus to keep your details for the use of future marketing activities carried out by Trueventus and third party organisations & partners. 6. Copyright and Intellectual Property. Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form in connection to this event is prohibited without prior written consent by Trueventus. ylevisulcxeehs/ehtahtseergayberehtneilC.7 authorizes Trueventus charge the credit card with details listed above for the amount provided herein; this registration form serves as a contract that is valid, binding and enforceable. He/she at any time will have no basis to claim that the payments required under this Contract are unauthorized, improper, disputed or in any way. COMPANY DETAILS Name Industry Address Postcode Country Tel Fax ATTENDEE DETAILS 1 Name Job Title Tel Email 2 Name Job Title Tel Email 3 Name Job Title Tel Email 4 Name Job Title Tel Email 5 Name Job Title Tel Email APPROVAL NB: Signatory must be authorised on behalf of contracting organisation. Name Job Title Email Tel Fax Authorising Signature COURSE FEES □ Kuala Lumpur Book and pay before 30 Nov 2010- USD1495, save USD500 per delegate full price USD1995 per delegate All options inclusive of course papers, luncheon, refreshments and service charge. PAYMENT DETAILS Payment is due in 5 working days. By Signing and returning this form, you are accepting our terms and conditions. Please debit my: □ VISA □ MasterCard Card Number □□□□ □□□□ □□□□ □□□□ Security Code □□□□ Card Issuing Country: Cardholders Name Card Issuing Bank: Expiry Date / / Cardholders Signature Zero Harm Target Book and Pay by 30th Nov 2010 - USD 1495, save USD 500 per delegate 2-3 March 2011 /Crowne Plaza Hotel, Kuala Lumpur/ KL-GM07

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