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hseA raft of infrastructure and construction developments are underway in the UAE in the bid to make Dubai Expo 2020 one of the greatest shows on earth, with safety and sustainability at its heart

With a focus on the Expo 2020 vision of creating a culture that brings safety-first behaviour to the forefront, and the proposed regulations for Safe Public and Fair Judiciary under the UAE Vision 2021, the 3rd Health, Safety & Security Forum will be held from 8-9 October in Dubai, with the theme of  'Realising the UAE's Vision 2021 safety goals'.

Continuing the highly acclaimed HSE event series, the Forum, now in its third year,  will provide a platform to promote discussions on critical issues ranging from fire safety to emergency response and the enforcement of the latest HSE regulations, notably the UAE Fire & Life Safety Code which was updated earlier this year.

A highlight will be a keynote presentation from Dr Rob Cooling, director of Health, Safety, Quality and Environment – Real Estate and Delivery, EXPO 2020 Dubai, focusing on precautions and preparations towards minimising the rate of lost time injuries. 

Other eminent speakers include Engineer Redha H. Salman, director, Health and Safety Department, Dubai Municipality; Raed Mohammed Al-Marzouqi, head of Occupational Health And Safety, Dubai Municipality; Dr. Huda Khaleefa Alsalmi, head of Environmental Health & Safety, Abu Dhabi City Municipality; and Waddah S. Ghanem, executive director, EHSQ Compliance & Corporate Affairs, Emirates National Oil Company Limited (ENOC) LLC. 

“With feedback from our previous two events being extremely positive, we are delighted to provide a forum for continuing debate on critical issues as the UAE sharpens the focus on health and safety in the run-up to Expo 2020,” said Tania Jadhav, conference producer. “Featuring keynote presentations, interactive panel discussions and a unique mock investigation process (for the first time in the UAE), the 3rd Health, Safety & Security Forum will provide attendees with a rich networking and learning experience and is not to be missed by anyone involved in the business of health and safety.”