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HSE Forum’s Oman edition launches on 22-23 June – and it’s going virtual
Over the next few years, the Sultanate of Oman is seeking to break the cycle of its oil and gas dependency and has earmarked US$106bn to invest in the non-oil sectors, including the construction industry and manufacturing.
At HSE Oman Forum – 2021, delegates will hear from the most senior and influential entities from government, energy, infrastructure, manufacturing, construction and other thriving sectors, obtaining updates on the latest industry and regulatory developments that will allow them to best strategise for upcoming projects and to be HSE compliant.
“HSE Oman Forum - 2021 will offer a virtual platform to discuss ideas, exchange information and address occupational health and safety concerns,” said Bhumika Bhinde, event manager. “It will highlight best practices that will help mitigate occupational health and safety risks by integrating the latest technologies with expert insights on the role of effective leadership in HSE.”
This year’s edition will feature six exclusive themes:
•REGULATORY FRAMEWORK & VISION: Gain access to regulatory updates and ministry initiatives to enhance skilled human resources for Occupational Health and Safety
•E-HSE – NEXT REVOLUTION IN OMAN: Evaluate the scope and challenges involved in integrating emerging tech to monitor health and safety in confined spaces
•ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT: Learn how effective waste management and go green initiatives for a carbon free future are contributing towards Oman’s Sustainable Development Goal
•ZERO INCIDENTS – FRAMEWORK: Explore the best practices for root cause analysis and gain insight on effective safety leadership through case studies and proven methodologies
•RISK OVERVIEW: Review principle elements involved in risk assessment and the critical role of an incident reporting system for efficient process safety
•HSE – POST PANDEMIC ERA: Hear the success stories of HSE virtual trainings and inspection and the impact of behaviour based safety to tackle the pandemic situation.
Speakers include Yousra Kindi, snr. behavioural safety adviser, Petroleum Development Oman; Fahad Alkiyumi, sr. QHSE manager, Oman Electricity Transmission Company; Willem Nel, general manager HSSE, Port of Salalah; Neelesh Sogani, chairman, IOSH Oman; and Porchelvan Nadanam, HSE manager, Huadong Ibri PV Construction LLC.
HSE Oman Forum is the latest in the highly acclaimed event series, now in its seventh year, designed to highlight best practices, process improvements, technology advancements and innovative applications for the enhancement of HSE performance in the GCC. It follows hard on the heels of the HSE UAE Forum, which took place in Dubai from 6-7 April to highly positive feedback.
For further information, see the website at www.hse-forum.com/oman-2021 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org