Health and safety leaders from around the globe will convene in Kuwait on 24-25 September for the Kuwait Health, Safety & Security Forum 2018.
A hub for the oil, gas and construction industries, Kuwait is witnessing a sharpened focus on promoting an effective health and safety culture and raising safety standards.
This debate-driven thematic event, researched and developed by Health, Safety & Security Review Middle East will provide a platform for the sharing of ideas and expertise on critical issues including process safety, worker safety, fire safety for tall buildings and harnessing technology to improve HSE performance.
Through a combination of presentations, case studies and panel discussions, industry experts will highlight best practices, process improvements, technological advancements and innovative applications to enhance HSE performance in Kuwait.
The topical agenda will include updates on Civil Defence Authority regulations and complying with the latest international benchmarks, such as ISO 45001.
The line-up of eminent speakers includes Dr Ahmed Al-Shatti, Director, Occupational Health Department, Ministry of Health, Kuwait; Col. Jamal Al-Fodari, General Manager by Assignment, General Directorate of Civil Defence, Ministry of Interior, Kuwait; Abdullah Ahmed Al Sabah, CEO, Environment Public Authority, Kuwait; and Nasser Al-Buhairi, Chief Security |Officer and Head of Emergency Coordination Unit, Kuwait Oil Company.
Unique features setting the Forum apart from other events of its kind include an innovation lounge, thus facilitating discussions between delegates and innovators.
The HSE Dubai’s hugely successful mock fire safety drill will make its way to the Kuwait edition to help prepare organisations for emergencies. The summit will also include an exhibition showcasing the latest technologies, products and services.
The Kuwait Health, Safety & Security Forum will focus on the major challenges and promote best practices to drive up standards and enhance productivity. It will provide a platform where perspectives and concerns from a variety of stakeholders can be explored, highlighting the importance of collaboration.
For more information please visit: www.hse-forum.com/kuwait