Agenda

DAY 1

Day 1, 08: 00 onwards - Registration
SECTION 1: EXCLUSIVE REGULATORY UPDATES


Day 1, 08:50-9:00 Chairman’s opening address
Mick Coleman, Enterprise Account Manager, MENA Wolters Kluwer | Enablon
Day 1, 9:00-9:30
Machine operation related safety management and culture in manufacturing industries
  • Common causes of machine accidents in manufacturing industries
  • Recommendations for reduction of machine operation related accidents in manufacturing industries
  • Efforts of Dubai municipality in enhancing awareness associated to hazard and control of machine operation/ usage

Eng. Raed Al Marzooqi, Section Manager of Studies and Systems Section, Health and Safety Department, Dubai Municipality

Day 1, 9:30-10:00
Dubai Municipality, Technical Guidelines: MEWP – GU67 and MCWP – GU71
  • Overview of Dubai Municipality guidelines understanding how to comply with the updated TG and learn how to improve productivity and working safely on mobile elevated platforms
  • Implement the best practices by deploying safe system of work procedures, identifying site hazards and the use of proper PPE equipment
  • In depth talk on working at height safely

Jason Woods, Regional Manager Middle East, IPAF

Day 1, 10:00-10:30
Process safety management & human factors - An experiential approach
  • The development of PSM
  • The definition of Human Factors and their importance
  • Introduction into the EI’s PSM Guidelines: Edition 2 and the PSM Framework
  • Overview of key aspects of PSM and Human factors as per the latest Elsevier publication on PSM and human factors - An experiential approach

Dr. Waddah S Ghanem Al Hashmi, Hon Chairman, Energy Institute Middle East

Day 1, 10:30 - 11:00 COFFEE/NETWORKING BREAK
Day 1, 11:00-11:30
The vision 9 platform; predict and prevent events by driving positive decisions, behaviors and automated controls in critical moments
  • Break silos
  • 360 risk
  • Integrate processes
  • Drive productivity
  • Predict & prevent

Mick Colemen, Enterprise Account Manager, MENA, Wolters Kluwer| Enablon

Day 1, 11:30-12:00
Overview of legal accident investigation process by DM and related lesson learnt
  • Overview on after math of accidents- process of accident reporting by companies
  • Introduction to methodology of legal accident investigation by DM
  • Most common accidents in Dubai
  • Common causes of various accidents in Dubai industries
  • Lesson learnt and expectation from industries

Eng. Mohamed Al Marzooqi, Head of Accident Investigation Unit, Health and Safety Department, Dubai Municipality

Day 1, 12:00-12:30
Hygiene protocol – VINNER HOPE (Health optimization photo catalytic ecosystem)
  • Purifying air with use of FS-ACT Technology to improve health, wellbeing and work place comfort
  • Effective neutralization & microbiological decontamination for a clean and healthy environment
  • Creating safer places to work resulting in lower absenteeism rate, high efficiency and higher productivity

Cherian Varghese, Founder & CEO, VIN Technologies

Day 1, 12:30- 13:30 LUNCH BREAK

SECTION 2: BEST PRACTICE POST COVID-19


Day 1, 13:30-14:00
Role of DM in COVID-19 epidemic control in emirates of Dubai
  • Ensuring DM business continuity during covid19 period and coordination with other government bodies
  • Digitalization of DM services and ensuring related customer satisfaction
  • Effective Disinfection planning and support throughout emirates of Dubai
  • Arrangements for extensive H&S and Covid19 control during pandemic
  • Waste management planning in preventing further spread of diseases
  • Ensuring adequate awareness through Covid19 awareness material, legislative guidance’s and circulars
  • Lessons learnt and setting new norms to deal with such epidemic in future

Dr. Naseem Rafee, Director Health & Safety, Dubai Municipality

Day 1, 14:00-14:30
COVID 19’s impact in the UAE
  • Analyze the impact COVID-19 has had on HSE standards, requirements and operations in the UAE to identify the necessary changes organizations need to consider to operate effectively
  • Openly discuss the challenges COVID-19 continues to deliver and how NCEMA can offer critical guidance to support safe operations
  • Hear the latest best practice and sustainable processes NCEMA have established to deliver consistent HSE operations in light of COVID-19 and how to comply with thesestandards

Salem Salmeen Alnuaimi, Head of Safety, National Crisis & Emergency Management Centre – United Arab Emirates

Day 1, 14:30-15:00
Building a successful HSE strategy
  • Develop a road map to take organizations from independent stage to interdependent stage. A journey from compliance to excellence.
  • The role of HSE practitioners, as a catalyst, in setting the right mindset amongpeople.
  • Understanding how to become a data and technology - led organization. Using the right tools to improve the HSE performance

Sutharson Sathaiah, Senior Manager- HSE & Risk, Global Village, UAE

Day 1, 15:00-15:30 COFEE/NETWORKING BREAK
Day 1, 15:30-16:00
Saving lives with ECMO during the pandemic
  • Machine that helps to oxygenate when ventilation is not working thereby helping the desperately ill patients
  • Giving the physician and the patient time for the medicine to work allowing the organs to rest and recover
  • The advantage of having an artificial lung/heart while all other forms of support have failed thereby increasing the chances of survival

Dr. Naheed Elahi, Intensivist - Dubai Hospital, Dubai Health Authority

Day 1, 16:00-16:30
Managing COVID-19
  • Develop clear and precise guidelines to eliminate COVID-19 transmission, protect the workforce and ensure business continuity
  • See how real-time contact tracing and mapping helps in timely and effective epidemic monitoring and response
  • Understand the importance and benefits of patient/doctor communication, monitoring, follow-up, and recovery

Mohanned Khreis, Country HSEQ Manager, AlMansoori Specialized Engineering

Day 1, 16:30-17:00
Safety elements in an adventure park
  • Certification, daily safety check - physical and visual
  • Weather conditions
  • Replacement of circuits
  • Design elements and what to consider

Cliff Poulton, General Manager, Aventura Parks Dubai
Lina Malas, Managing Director, Aventura Parks Dubai
Frank Raubenheimer, Operations Manager, Aventura Parks Dubai

Day 1, 17:00 - 17:10
Chairman’s summary of the day & closing remarks

Mick Coleman, Enterprise Account Manager, MENA Wolters Kluwer | Enablon

DAY 2
SECTION 3: SUSTAINABILITY


Day 2, Chairman’s opening address
Mick Coleman, Enterprise Account Manager, MENA Wolters Kluwer | Enablon
Day 2, 9:00-9:30
Accelerating the transition to sustainability
  • Hear the methods adopted by the Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) to implement an efficient and effective sustainability strategy
  • Review the checkpoints and objectives that are necessary to overcome in order to optimize the adoption of change and a smooth transition to sustainability
  • Examine the new processes and technologies which will help the UAE achieve itssustainability goals in a timely manner

Mrs. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson, Emirates Environmental Group

Day 2, 9:30-10:00
IIRSM – The local and global risk management champion
  • Championing risk management to drive positive change for both employee and organizational wellbeing
  • Setting standards, connecting people and organizations by providing practical education and training
  • Providing high quality and accurate training experience that enable learners to effectively manage risks in their workplaces

Peter Hurley, Chairman, IIRSM United Arab Emirates

Day 2, 10:00-10:30
PANEL: Achieving sustainability
  • Encourage businesses to frame decisions in terms of environmental, social, and human impact for the long-term by twinning goals with sustainability and efficiency
  • Hear Fujairah’s commitment to zero-waste and to reduce overall emissions to ensure you are positioned to reach these goals and operate effectively in the emirate
  • Build a bespoke HSE plan that encompasses profits, planet & people, to offer a future- proof business model for the private sector in the UAE

Dr. Eng. Hithame Al Khodry, Head of QHSE, Fujairah Natural Resources Corporation
Mrs. Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson, Emirates Environmental Group
Steve Halligan, Founder & Managing Director, Core Group Dubai

Day 2, 10:30-11:00 COFEE NETWORKING BREAK
Day 2, 11:00-11:30
Innovations is keeping the UAE safe and how to continually improve standards
  • Why excellence in safety is important everywhere but just a little more important in the UAE
  • Looking at the greatest risks in our environment and how our approach now can set safety and well-being standards for the next generation
  • We will look at how ensuring leading health, safety and well-being standards are met, maintained and constantly improved takes a multidisciplinary approach including cladding, water proofing, energy efficiency and fire safety.

Mr. Leigh Hayman, MSc CMIOSH and Founder,Regional Manager, Socotec 4see Consultancy

SECTION 4: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION


Day 2, 11:30-12:00
Digitalization in the Logistics Industry
  • The tremendous potential that digitalization has in the world of business, and its impact on global supply chains
  • The pandemic’s impact on accelerating digitalization and the role it plays to optimize productivity and efficiency, while at the same time ensuring that employees are keeping safe
  • DHL’s focus and commitment on leveraging digitalization to improve customer experience – the launch of DHL’s one-stop customer portal, myDHLi and digital freight marketplaces such as Saloodo!, are some examples of how we are transforming the industry

Tobias Maier, CEO of Middle East and Africa, DHL Global Forwarding

Day 2, 12:00-12:30
PANEL: Online HSE Training - The new normal
  • Utilize the available free online tools to streamline the process thereby increasing productivity and optimizing the new work environment
  • Discover the advantages of a controlled environment with multifaceted media support to enhance knowledge transfer to create a culture of prevention and safeguarding of good work
  • Understand the benefits and savings of online training to assess the risk of infection and list the basic hygiene measures to protect against infection

Shoukry Anwar, HSEQ Manager, AlMansoori Specialized Engineering
Eng. Raed Marzooqi, Section Manager of Studies and Systems Section, Health and Safety Department, Dubai Municipality
Eng. Mohammed Al Dhanhani, Section Manager Safety section, Health and Safety Department, Dubai Municipality >
Dr. Rahaf Ajaj, Asst. Professor EHS, Abu Dhabi University

Day 2, 12:30- 13:30 LUNCH BREAK Day 2,
13:30-14:00
Sustainability through higher education
  • Developing a virtual culture for universities to encourage an innovative mentality while adapting to a new and uncertain future
  • Providing access and guaranteeing equal opportunity to lower-income students and to members of disadvantaged minorities.
  • Ensuring nutrition, physical & mental health and overall wellbeing of faculty and students thereby emphasizing the role of digital learning to improve the quality of education from here after

Dr. Vinod Shukla, Associate Professor, Amity University

SECTION 5: WORKING IN HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTS

Day 2, 14:00-14:30
Working safely in confined spaces
  • Develop a best practice risk assessment based on FNRC’s processes of hazard identification and how risk is quantified for work in confined spaces
  • Examine the importance of core procedures, including air quality testing, and how these simple tasks form the backbone of leading HSE mechanism
  • Access the specific engineering controls FNRC have implemented to remove the root cause of hazards, rather than treat the symptoms

Dr. Hithame Al Khodry, Head of QHSE, Fujairah Natural Resources Corporation

Day 2, 14:30-15:00
Engineering controls to minimize incidents and increase productivity
  • Examine how to identify and mitigate exposure to occupational hazards at its source
  • Understand the importance of implementing engineering control measures and technologies at the workplace and how these fit into the ‘Hierarchy of Controls’
  • Access case studies on how engineering controls are effective in mitigating work hazards to protect workers

Dr. Rahaf Ajaj, Asst. Professor EHS, College of Health Sciences

Day 2, 15:00- 15:30
Reshaping the workplace & delivering productivity
  • Discover how to create a stable and secure work environment in the post-COVID UAE, which encourages productivity but delivers safety
  • Understand the importance of trust, social cohesion and inclusion to create an effective HSE mechanism that all employees have ownership of
  • Specify the individual purpose and expected contribution of employees to develop a culture of responsibility throughout the entire organization

Steve Halligan, Founder & Managing Director, Core Group Dubai

Day 2, 15:30 -16:00  
Public Health in 2021

  • Discover the relationship between public health and overall healthcare to see why a focus on public health projects in 2021 is key in the post COVID-19 environment
  • Identify significant chronic bio-disruptors that could be controlling our health or lack of and takeaway best practice processes that can support better public health
  • Delve into Healology’s chronic bio-disruption process and learn how you can develop this into your organisation’s HSE procedures

Dr. Hanan Selim, Founder, Healology Academy

Day 2, 16:00 -16:20
Case Study: Online HSE Training - The New Normal

Shoukry Anwar, HSEQ Manager, AlMansoori Specialized Engineering  

Day 2, 16:20 - 16:30
Chairman’s summary of the day & closing remarks

Mick Coleman, Enterprise Account Manager, MENA Wolters Kluwer | Enablon

Day 2, 16:30 - COFFEE / NETWORKING BREAK

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