Join us at this annual symposium, which calls for all process industry professionals to embrace Singapore’s new Safety Case Regime. Under the Regime introduced by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), all Major Hazards Installation (MHI) companies will be required to submit a safety case to demonstrate how risks from major accident hazards can be reduced to as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP). This year's focus will be on “Effective Management of Human Factors”.
At this one-day symposium, you will hear industry speakers share their insights and expertise on the development, implementation and management of Human Factors in the Safety Case framework. The goal of this symposium is to bring together all process industry professionals in an open dialogue, focusing on how to reduce human error, increase productivity, as well as enhance safety and comfort in the interaction between human and machines or processes.
This symposium is jointly organised by SITLEARN Professional Development, Society of Loss Prevention (SLP), NTUC’s Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) and the Labour Movement’s Oil, Petrochemical, Energy and Chemicals (OPEC) cluster.
• All process industry professionals including managers, engineers, operators, safety advisors and risk management practitioners.
|20 Jul 2018 (Fri), 8:30 am to 4:00 pm||Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability, 80 Jurong East St 21 Singapore 609607||$100 (before GST)||TBA||TBA||TBA|
• $80 (before GST) for SLP and NTUC members
• GST applies to individuals and Singapore-registered companies.
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• Professor Ho Yew Kee, Associate Provost (SkillsFuture & Staff Development), Singapore Institute of Technology
|9:15 am||Opening Address||• Mr Gilbert Tan, Assistant Director-General NTUC and CEO, Employment and Employability Institute (e2i)|
|9:30 am||– Keynote 1 –
Management of Human Factors in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Industry
|• Dr Prasad Kanneganti, Site Director, Pfizer Asia Pacific Pte Ltd|
|10:00 am||– Keynote 2 –
Topic to be advised
|• Er. Go Heng Huat, Director, Major Hazards Department (MHD), Ministry of Manpower|
|10:30 am||Tea Break|
|11:00 am||Implementation of Human Factors in an Industrial Plant||• Mr Lim Kee Huat, Manager & Principal Engineer, CASSIA Pte Ltd|
|11:45 am||The Energy Institute's Role in the Field
of Human Factors Development
in the UK and Beyond
|• Mr Peter Godfrey, Managing Director, Energy Institute Singapore Branch|
|12:30 pm||Networking Lunch|
|1:45 pm||– Keynote 3 –
Overcoming Multiple Challenges in Human Factors towards Process Safety Excellence
|• Er. Lucas Ng, General Manager, Petrochemical Corporation of Singapore|
|2:30 pm||Strengthening Organisation Defences against Hazards and Losses||• Mr Rendell Tan, Senior Lecturer, Engineering, SIT|
|3:00 pm||Panel Discussion|
|3:30 pm||Closing Remarks||• Mdm Jaime Lim, Deputy Director, Major Hazards Department (MHD), Ministry of Manpower|
|4.00 pm||Networking Tea Break and End of Symposium|
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