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Hazards Asia Pacific 2017 Symposium
From Tuesday 26 September 2017 -  08:00am
To Thursday 28 September 2017 - 05:00pm

Hazards AP 2017

Process industries can be very hazardous if poorly managed. Safe processes prevents injuries to people and fatalities, protect assets and is good for business in these challenging times. 

CICM, the Malaysian steward for the promotion of health, safety and environment (HSE) excellence through Responsible Care and the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), a global institution with a passion and mission to co-ordinate the sharing of best process safety practices through global symposiums; will be staging the Hazards Asia Pacific 2017 Symposium on September 26-28, 2017 at the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur. The theme of the Symposium is "Process Safety: Now, More than Ever" and will cover process safety topics in the oil & gas, chemicals and food industries.

SYMPOSIUM HIGHLIGHTS:
For the first time, the Hazards AP conference will feature a session on the IChemE Safety Centre's Interactive Case Study simulation where is it an innovative, real-life, case-study experience, which places you in an incident where you make your own critical decisions and experience the outcomes.

The symposium will also feature keynote speakers from the Industry, Government and the Academia from local and abroad, discussing on various aspects of process safety management, practices and policies for processed based industries:

# Implementing a Process Safety Culture in the Engineering and Construction Environment by Chan Yew Kai, Executive Deputy Chairman of Dialog Group Berhad
# Effective Process Safety Indicators - How Can We Measure Our Investment by Trish Kerin, Director of IChemE Safety Centre 
# Thinking Outside the Box: Creating an Environment Where Concerns can be Raised, Heard and Contingencies Planned for by Dame Judith Hackitt, Chair of    
   Engineering Employers' Federation
# The Journey to Implementing Safety Cases for Major Hazard Installations in Singapore by Er Go Heng Huat, Director of Major Hazards Department & OSH Specialist
   Department, Ministry of Manpower, Singapore
# Process Safety at Major Hazards Installations in Malaysia - Lessons from Implementation of CIMAH Regulations by YBhg Dato' Ir Mohtar b Musri, Director General of 
DOSH,      Malaysia
# The Evolution of Process Safety in the PTT Group by Taweelarp Pornkul, Vice President, Process Safety & Asset Integrity, PTT Energy Solutions Company Ltd
# Process Safety from a Food Manufacturing Perspective by Mr Alessandro Monica, Head of Technical & Production, MYSG, Nestle Manufacturing (M) Sdn Bhd
# The Role of Academia in Educating Process Safety to Students and Professionals by Dr Luc Vechot, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, Managing Director o
f the Mary       Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center - Qatar
# Process Safety in Managing Aging Assets by Iwan Jamitka, Vice President QHSSE, Pertamina Hulu Energy


REGISTRATION:
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: Early bird registration closes by June 30, 2017 (Friday) while standard registration will close by August 31, 2017 (Thursday). For registration rates & group discounts, as well as online registration, please visit the official conference website at: www.hazardsap.org 


SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
Sponsorship opportunities are still available to showcase your company's products & services as well as commitment to process safety excellence. For further details on sponsorship packages as well as exhibition opportunities, please refer to: http://www.icheme.org/events/conferences/hazards-asia-pacific-2017/sponsorship-exhibition.aspx 

Location InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
Hazards AP Secretariat
Tel: +603-6286 7200
Fax: +603-6277 6714
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Contact Ms Chan Pek Wan / Ms Sin Wai Yen / Ms Tan Bee Chin

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Chemical Industries Council of Malaysia (CICM)
Wisma FMM,
No. 3, Persiaran Dagang, PJU 9, Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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