Seminar on Occupational Safety and Health (SoSH) 2018

Tuesday, 23rd October 2018 at TBD

Location: Dewan Tan Sri Mahfoz Khalid, Kuala Lumpur

This event is in the past.

Seminar Overview

Continuing on from our seminar last year theme on Safety and Health towards Sustainability Agenda, we're embarking on the issues related with high-rise and complex structure. Since, sustainability and safety have the same goal which is conserving and optimal usage of resources. Conserving resources does not limited to project cost but to grasp it as in an optimum life-cycle cost of an asset being constructed and producing a high performance asset.
 

Driving, reimagined and innovate new ways to further advancing sustainability within the scope of occupational safety and health by:

  1. Integrating and solidifying the relationship between OSH dan sustainability agenda;
  2. Reinforcing the interdisciplinary training and education with professionals, OSH community and business professionals;
  3. Measuring the impact of OSH performance on business or investment outcomes;
  4. Recognising employers that successfully integrated OSH into sustainability agenda; and
  5. Improving the accessibility to data on OSH for sustainability reporting.
  6. Enhancing and promoting engagement between the public, private entities also the OSH community as whole will paved the path in integrating the culture on safety thus achieving a workplace that is truly sustainable.

About the Seminar

  • The seminar and exhibition on Occupational Safety and Health or also known as SoSH is a yearly event organised by the Pertubuhan Profesional JKR Malaysia (ProJKRM) and supported by Jabatan Kerja Raya and Kementerian Kerja Raya.
  • This year theme touches on the issues of high-rise and confined spaces related to occupational safety and health towards sustainability agenda.
  • Through wide range of speakers from the public and private sectors, we hope to address and debate on the next level of multifaceted issues and opportunities in aligning them with sustainability concept and frameworks.
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD), Continuous Education Program (CEP) and Continuous Contractor Development (CCD) Program points is accorded by the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM), Board of Architects (LAM), Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia (BQSM), Department of Occupational Safety and Health Malaysia (DOSH) and as well as the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) to this seminar.

Aim of the Seminar

  • Integrated in a holistic manner the strategies, initiatives and information gearing towards sustainability agenda.
  • Facilitate various level of open discussion on the issues of open discussion on the issues regarding occupational safety and health in high-rise and confined spaces.

Objective

  • To impart comprehensive knowledge and understand on occupational safety and health towards sustanability in high-rise and confined spaces.
  • Sharing of knowledge by expertise and success stories relating to implemeting and measuring the impact on business output.

For registration of participants:- https://goo.gl/sBtwLK


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