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Asse 2011 pdc china delegation presentation by patton seabrook walaski

  1. 1. ASSE Safety Professionals November 2010 Delegation to China ASSE PDC 2011 Chris Patton, CSP Pam (Ferrante) Walaski , CSP Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, CMIOSH (UK) © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  2. 2. Business & Industry trends Developing Global Global Fluency impacting OSH: OHSMS/Nanotechnology Fluency Mutual Training, Educational & Identify Areas Networking for Future Opportunities Collaboration
  3. 3. Delegation Leader: Christopher Patton CSP Delegation Co-Leader: Pam (Ferrante) Walaski, CSP, CHMM Facilitator: People to People International Background: Founded in 1956 by U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, as part of the U.S. Information Agency. In 1961 People to People was privatized as a NGO (People to People International). Former President Eisenhower was the 1st Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Purpose: To enhance international understanding and friendship through educational, cultural and humanitarian activities involving the exchange of ideas and experiences directly among peoples of different counties. Source: Brad Bittenbender 3
  4. 4. Mission of the China Delegation: To develop ongoing professional relationships that will lead to the improvement of workplace processes and reduce the number of injuries, illnesses, and fatalities in both countries. Seek to exchange ideas, best practices, and concepts relating to occupational safety and health management. Meet with government ministries and net work safety professional counter parts. Make Up: CSP’s from Canada, India, Germany, Singapore and U.S. Source: Brad Bittenbender 4
  5. 5. Special Economic Zones Tianjin, Beijing Dalian Shanghai Pudong Province Hong Kong Guangzhou & Shenzhen Guangdong Province
  6. 6. 14256.3 * The World Bank ** WSJ
  7. 7. Pam Wasaski Chris Patton Administrator ASSE Past ASSE Consultants PS President Photo: Kathy Seabrook
  8. 8. David Liu-Yanxiang People to People Rep. President China Star Professional Bruce Programs Mengliangliang, People to People Rep. China Star Guide & Translator
  9. 9. Artists Artist: Stan Turbyfill © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  10. 10. Certification More Delegates
  11. 11. 1st Professional Meeting 1stProfessionalNov. 8, 2010 Afternoon of Meeting Afternoon of Nov. 8, 2010 of The State Administration Work Safety (SAWS) - The State Administration of Work SafetyBeijing - Beijing (SAWS) Spokesman: Mr. Huang Yi Spokesman: Mr. Huang Yi Chief Engineer & Deputy Chief Engineer & Deputy Director General Director General 13
  12. 12. State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS)
  13. 13. “Safety Production”State Run, Privatized & S Multinational Enterprises
  14. 14. Education, legislation & enforcement SAWS Safety Standards, Fines, Shutdowns MINING Focus State Inspections/employee input Down 18% from the previous year. . 2/3 of Electricity in 2009 - 2,631 coal miners China from (7/day) died in 1,616 mine Coal accidents 2002 – peak 6,995 deaths © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  15. 15. 2nd Professional Meeting Morning of Nov. 9, 2010 China Academy of Safety Sciences & Technology (CASST) - Beijing Organization under “SAWS” Spokesman: Mr. Zhou Jianxin Vice Director (Akin to the U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health “NIOSH”) Major Role Technological support of SAWS  Development of Safety Science & Technology  Certifies Safety Engineers (current # ~150,000)  Education, includes monthly magazines: “Modern Occupational Safety” & “Labor Protection”  Provide services to enterprises (industry) Slide source: Brad Bittenbender 17
  16. 16. 3rd Professional Meeting Afternoon Nov. 9, 2010 China Occupational Safety & Health Association (COSHA) - Beijing Spokesman: Mr. Yi Lie Vice President Secretary- General Organization akin to a hybrid of American Society of Safety Engineers & American Industrial Hygiene Assoc.  Administrative led by “SAWS”  Function as “an important social force in boosting the national work safety and health” Member, International Network of Safety & Health Practitioner Organizations Slide source: Brad Bittenbender 19
  17. 17. 4th Professional Meeting Afternoon Nov. 12, 2010 Chinese EHS Professionals - Shanghai Affiliated with the following Enterprises: TNT LR China Givaudan flavor & Fragrance Taylor Food Service Equipt. Damco Logistics Voith Rio Tinto ThyssenKrupp TRW Automotive Aon Global Risk Consulting JCI CSS SECCO Coca Cola China Ltd. Nike Shanghai Arcadis Dell Computer Henkel ERM Shanghai Ltd. Hamiltion Sundstrand Indust. ITT China Home Depot KSB Shanghai Pump Co. Ltd. 3M Company CH2M Hill Fudan University (Sch. Pub. Health) Intel Tycoel Honeywell ESIS., Inc. Wal-mart Golder Associates Consulting Wartsila General Motors Siemens Healthcare Gleeds Momentive Braun Shanghai E2E Eviron. Energy Conslt. PPG Coatings 20 1-24-11 Slide Source: Brad Bittenbender AKZO Nobel Snap-on Tools 20
  18. 18. Breakout Sessions – Shanghai Meeting 21
  19. 19. What We Saw...
  20. 20. Mandarin Chinese Lesson #1 Nǐ hǎo (nee-Ha-OW) Hello © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  21. 21. Similarities/Differences © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  22. 22. Some serious growth
  23. 23. And some serious problems Photo by Ethan Arpi
  24. 24. Big time problems
  25. 25. China Environmental Law Ministry of Information Industry PHASE I Max Conc Values – Pollution Control Phase II marks Chem in Electronic products, GHS, phasing out of HS
  26. 26. Signage - Construction Site
  27. 27. CHINA – Baosteel Group Corp. 26 acre site
  28. 28. CHINA – Baosteel Group Corp. EAR PROTECTION IN USE?
  29. 29. CHINA – Baosteel Group Corp 2012 60 Million Tons 2010 40 Million Tons Produced
  30. 30. •PDC Session ASSE Exploring Shanghai a New China •PACRIM Safety Professionals Initiative – •ASSE Intl US & China Networking ASSE Members Manager Meeting •IPS – Joey Yang “Safety Culture” Networking Knowledge OSHA/CSP Traveling to Best practices Shanghai ?
  31. 31. China’s Bright Maglev – Pudong NewFuture District, Shanghai 268 mph 8 minutes! Shanghai Port - Largest Container Port Beijing in World Financial Street
  32. 32. Is China on YOUR Radar Screen? “Once the world has been flattened and the new forms of collaboration made available to more and more people, the winners will be those who learn “The World is Flat” the habits, processes and skills most quickly.” Thomas Friedman NY Times Columnist © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  33. 33. Pandas on the Great Wall of China! Eldeen Posniak, our Panda Leader! © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc. Photo :Richard Rosera
  34. 34. The Chinese Acrobat Show © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  35. 35. Mandarin Chinese Lesson #2 Xiè xiè (she ah she ah) 谢谢 Thank you!

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