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FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY
THE 2ND SEMINAR ON DEVELOPING AND SUSTAINING SAFETY CULTURE IN MALAYSIA
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http://dsscm2ump.blogspot.com/
REGISTRATION FORM

Dato’ Ir. Dr. Johari Bin Basri Director General, Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH)

Dr. Mohammed Azman Bin Aziz Mohammed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Operations, SOCSO

Dr. Jaswant Singh Ph.D.,CIH Senior Environment, Health and Safety Consultant Golder Associates

Associate Prof. Dr. Mohd Fadzil Bin Mohd Idris Deputy Director, Centre For Leadership Research & Innovation Higher Education Leadership Academy (AKEPT)

FeeS: Private & government sector: RM 600 Student: RM 50 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 30TH APRIL 2012

Dr Ahmad Rahman Bin Songip Associate Professor & Consultant in Breaking Pattern

Prof. Dr. Zahari Bin Taha Dean, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering , UMP

Dr. Noriah Binti Mod Ali Director, Radiation Safety and Health Division Malaysian Nuclear Agency (Nuclear Malaysia)

Dr. Khatijah Binti Jumangat Head of Environment, Safety & Health (ESH) Department Infineon Technologies (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. (formerly Siemens Semiconductor)

*CCD 20 points – CIDBPH/C/2012/0028 *CEP Point Approved

“ Driving Zero Harm through Effective Leadership in Developing Safety Culture for theSurvival of Future Generation”

Contact Persons: (Cik Afiza Abdullah Suhaimi) 012-9372006 (Cik Nurliyana Moh Hussin) 012-7479491 (Pn. Nurud Suria Suhaimi) 019-9920604 (Pn. Norhidayah Abdull) 019-9895705 09-5492167 (Fax)
SPORTS COMPLEX, UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA PAHANG 22-24 MAY 2012

MALAYSIAN SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER ASSOCIATION

BACKGROUND
Increasing number of workplace accidents over the years makes safety as the key issue to be discussed. Recognizing the importance of safety, health and environment in the workplace, UMP in collaboration with AKEPT and MYSHO will organize The 2nd Seminar on Developing and Sustaining Safety Culture in Malaysia (DSSCM II). DSSCM II is a continuation of DSSCM I intended to develop a safe work culture in the workplace for the survival of future generation.

1500-1725

Parallel Session 1 – Sports Complex - OSH Mentor-Mentee Programme - Sharing Experience in OSH Mentor-Mentee - OSH Documentation– journey from Past, Present and Future. Parallel Session 2 – Astaka - Safety Driving - Safety Climate Survey: Petronas Experience.

24 MAY 2012
0800-0900 0900-1000 Registration Speech 7 – Dr. Khatijah Jumangat (INFINEON Technologies Malaysia Sdn Bhd) “Developing & Sustaining Safety Culture in the Perspective of Malaysian Manufacturing Industry” Break Speech 8 – Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ahmad Rahman Songip (UTM) “Developing Sustainable Safety Culture through the Transformation of the Minds” Lunch Parallel Session 1– Sports Complex - Workplace OSH Management - My OHS– Milestones and Challenges in Developing an All in One Online Occupational Health Database System Parallel Session 2 – Astaka - Asset Integrity Management and Its Impact on Offshore Safety - Construction Sites and Public Safety: 1600-1730 Closing by YB. Senator Datuk Maznah Mazlan (Deputy Minister, Human Resource Ministry, Malaysia) Hi-Tea

1730-1800 2000-2300

End of First Day Session

OBJECTIVES
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To create opportunities of interaction between experts and OSH community in industry. To highlight the importance of research on OSH in order to reduce the risk of hazards in a workplace. To discuss the issue on safety related to human behavior and action. To discuss the new direction of policy, leadership and management of OSH at national and global level. To empower the safety culture in the workplace.

Opening Ceremony by YB. Dato’ Saifuddin Abdullah (Deputy Minister II, Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia)

1000-1130 1030-1130

23 MAY 2012
1130-1400
0800-0900 0900-1000 Registration Speech 4 – Dr. Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed (SOCSO) “Current Development & Future Direction for Occupational Health in Malaysia” Break Speech 5 - Prof. Dr. Zahari Taha (UMP) “Developing & Sustaining Safety Culture in the Perspective of Ergonomic Issue” Speech 6 – Dr. Noriah Mod Ali (Malaysian Nuclear Agency) “Current and Future Effects of Radioactive Materials” Lunch Parallel Session 1- Sports Complex - Advancing Ergonomic Culture in Workplace - Research Paradigm of Scientific and Technological Based Approached for Safe Work Environment - Advocating Green Chemistry in the Laboratory Parallel Session 2 – Astaka - The Occupational Hygienist Role in Preventing Occupational Infectious Disease - Medical Emergency Preparedness in Petrochemical Industry 1625-1700 End of Second Day Session

1400-1535

1000-1030

TENTATIVE PROGRAME
22 MAY 2012
0800-0915 0915-1000 1000-1030 1030-1130 Registration Safety Briefing/ DOA/ Welcoming Speech Break Speech 1 – Dato’ Ir. Dr. Johari Basri (DOSH) “Future challenges in Developing & Sustaining Safety Culture” Speech 2 – Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd. Fadzil Mohd Idris (AKEPT) “Effective Leadership in Developing Safety & Health in Higher Education : Transition from Education to the Workplace” Lunch Speech 3 – Dr. Jaswant Singh (CIH) (Golder Ass Inc, USA) “Dynamic of Industrial Hygiene Assessment in Oil and Gas Industries”

1030-1130

1130-1230

1230-1400 1400– 1620

1730-1800

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1130-1230

1230-1400 1400-1500