The region’s premier meeting point for HSE professionals, the HSE UAE Forum 2021 is all set to host its sixth edition on 6-7 April 2021 at Habtoor Grand Hotel, Dubai
The forum will feature industry experts including health and safety professionals, government regulators, policy makers and solution vendors including specialists like Dr Naseem Rafee, Directory Health & Safety and Eng. Raed Marzooqi, Head of Safety Engineering from Dubai Municipality, Dr Maisoon Ali Al Shaali, Head of Environmental Section at Ministry of Health & Prevention UAE, Salem Salmeen Alnuaimi, Head of Safety at National Crisis & Emergency Management Authority, Habiba Al Marashi, Chairperson at Emirates Environmental Group; Dr Waddah Ghanem, Chairman at Energy Institute ME as well as senior executives from leading international and regional companies.
Full agenda here https://www.hse-forum.com/dubai/conference-brochure.
With a vision of ‘sustainability being key to the UAE’s future readiness’, an investment of US$1.8bn is currently under implementation by Dubai Municipality for environment and sustainable projects in an effort to preserve environment and protect the health and safety of people in the UAE.
Focusing on topics that will address the most business critical aspects of HSE that are crucial for major sectors such as oil and gas, construction, utilities, logistics and transportation, manufacturing, and entertainment, the forum will present six key sessions that include exclusive regulatory updates to optimise organisational HSE performance, best practices on post COVID-19, sustainability to reduce carbon footprint for businesses, digital transformation to improve workplace safety, working in hazardous environments and transformative technologies that are impacting HSE projects.
The forum will feature vendors and solution providers like Enablon, Vinner, Socotec, Anthem Safety & Protective Wear, Sanilives and Lloyd’s Register.
“We have been associated with the forum every year and this platform helps us in communicating Dubai Municipality’s health and safety vision and educating stakeholders on new HSE best practices. We look forward to participating as the forum helps us to understand and also hear from the industry that will help us improve our health and safety governance,” said Eng. Raed Marzooqui, head of safety engineering at Dubai Municipality.
“The HSE UAE Forum is one of the key events in the HSE domain offering a platform for leaders from diverse sectors and service providers coming under one roof to discuss best practices in health and safety. It is a good opportunity for safety professionals and organisations to become aware of new technologies and HSE challenges and solutions via this event,” said Dr Mohammed Aref, OSH expert at Ministry of Human Resources & Emiratisation
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