Webinar on “Occupational Safety and
Health for Smart City 2020”
HKIE - Manufacturing, Industrial & Systems Division
Towngas Engineering Academy
HKIE – Control, Automation & Instrumentation
HKIE – Gas & Energy Division
HKIE – Safety Specialist Committee
The objective of
this webinar is to promote and share experience & knowledge of the latest Occupational
Safety and Health (OSH) issues in the industries. OSH is
essential in all organizations because everyone wishes to work in a safe and
protected environment. As technology is
changing the way we live, learn and work, people are exploring how technology
can be applied for the purpose of health and safety. Every
organization would strive to reduce the risks to the safety and health of
people at work to the minimum through strategy of inspection and enforcement,
education and training, as well as publicity and promotion.
In a bid to
provide a constructive platform for professional engineers and expertise to
share experience and knowhow on the application of advanced technology in
facilitating the implementation of OSH in smart city like Hong Kong, we would
like to invite distinguished guests to share their experience and knowhow
through the webinar.
We do believe all
participants could be benefit through attending the webinar.
supplement with English terminology
1. Ir Prof. Vincent Ho, Head of Corporate Safety, MTR Corporation
& Immediate Past President, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health
“Living out Zero Harm under the New Normal”
2. Mr. Johnny WL Shing, Senior OSH Manager, Towngas
“How Health & Safety Innovation Enhance
the Corporate Sustainability”
3. Ir Dr. KC Lau, Past Chairman, HKIE – Safety
Specialist Committee cum General Manager, E&M - Gammon E&M Ltd
“Safety by Smart and Digital Construction Control”
4. Ir Peter Si, Project Manager, Engineering
Discipline In-service Training Office
“Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Approach for Occupational
Safety and Health”
5. Panel Discussion (Moderator: Ir Dr Jimmy Li, Honorary
Treasurer, HKIE – MIS Division and speakers)
Registration & Enquiries
This webinar is free of charge but prior registration is required. The number of participants is limited to 200
and applications will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis.
For details and registration, please visit the following website: http://mi.hkie.org.hk. The
deadline for registration is 21 August 2020.
Successful applicants will be notified by email on or before 28 August
For enquiries, please contact Ir Dr SL Mak via email: email@example.com or Ir Peter Si via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.