5th Annual HSE Forum in Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals (5th HSE Jacob Flemin)
Venue: Doha, Qatar TBC
|Event Date/Time: Oct 18, 2009||End Date/Time: Oct 21, 2009|
By implementing a well-designed health, safety and environment (HSE) system, a company can keep occupational illnesses, diseases and injuries, as well as losses and work disruptions caused by exposures or accidents, to a minimum - while avoiding damage to its reputation at the same time. HSE is increasingly seen as an integral management task and, indeed, as an important indicator of general management competence.
â€œAccording to International Labour Organisation statistics, there are 2.3 million work related deaths each year worldwide and 350,000 fatal accidents. The economic costs of accidents and ill health at work amounts to 4% of the world's gross domestic productâ€ says Petra Konova, Conference Production Manager with Jacob Fleming. Hence, with our 5th Annual HSE Forum in Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals we are taking a step further to serve the industry by addressing the growing HSE challenges and focusing on acquiring solutions on how to prevent work related accidents under the guidance of a strong advisory committeeâ€
Taking place over 4 days, the Forum aims to follow in the foot steps of the outstanding success of the 2008 4th Annual HSE Meeting where over 150 regional and international senior level HSE professionals gathered to share their opinions and insights with their industry peers!
This series of Forums has proven itself to be the focal point for discussion on the best practices, innovative solutions and creative ideas on successful HSE compliance.
An enriched speaker panel (leading industrial figures from renowned organisations like Saudi Aramco, Qatar Petroleum, Dolphin Energy, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, BAPCO, United Nations Environment Program, Ministry of Health â€“Bahrain, BP, etc) and due support of IOSH and our premium sponsors (Integrum, BST, MSA-The Safety Co, YMS Group, College of North Atlantic Qatar) contributed immensely to the overwhelming success of the forum last year. Key highlights of the conference were case studies and presentations on the incredible story of Rough Bravo offshore platform, how to make driving safely â€“ a way of life, how to prevent injury at workplace etc.
The 2009 HSE Forum will be focusing much more on INTERACTIVITY. Interactive Sessions, C-level Panel Discussion, 4 workshops (2 pre and 2 post-conference) will contribute to networking sessions this year. Most of the presentations will be shorter (20 minutes followed by 10 minute Q&A session) in order to elaborate more HSE issues and to keep audience attention. New subjects to be covered like operator/contractor interface, HSE trainings, CSR, environmental issues, sleep disorder, return-to-work program and how to sustain HSE excellence in the era of global economic recession
The event is crafted with the support of our distinguished panel of advisors Dr. Mohammad A. Al-Ramadhan, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Ahmed Khalil, BAPCO, Waddah Ghanem, ENOC, Peter McNair, IOSH, Ahmed Hazmi, SABIC, Abdulla Al Ghamdi, Saudi Aramco, Sameera Al Tuwaijri, International Labour Organisation, Maha Shehab, Ministry of Health, Bahrain, Syed Zaffar Hussain, Dubai Petroleum, Oliver McDonald, Rasgas, Robert Hirst, Yemen LNG who are experts in HSE field.
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Jacob Fleming Group, one of the world's leading business intelligence companies that provide business-to-business conferences, consultancy services and market research. Jacob Fleming Group offices in Bratislava (Slovakia), Prague (Czech Republic), Budapest (Hungary), Barcelona (Spain), Dubai (UAE) and Cleveland (USA), specialize in organizing prestigious international conferences for Europe and GCC region that provide groundbreaking strategies and proven technical expertise in business functional areas and vertical markets, which include the real estate, energy, finance, media, pharmaceutical and telecom sectors.