ENOC Group and Energy Institute (EI) effectively concluded the second HSE and also Sustainability Discussion forum, that collected scientists, academia, market as well as regulatory authorities.
Over 100 experts from around the world reviewed over three days exactly how companies can become key players in the regional energy industry by cultivating operational excellence, administration and also embedding a society of first-rate EHS criteria to make sure that employees, contractors, areas and also assets are shielded.
Key speakers included H.E. Ahmad Buti Al Muhairbi, Secretary General, Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, H.E Saif Humaid Al Falasi, CEO of ENOC Group, Jamal Zaal, Vice President, Corporate Health, Safety, Sustainability and Environment, Dubai Airports, Andrew Jackson, Her Majesty’s Consul General, British Embassy Dubai, Ms. Louise Kingham OBE, FEI, Chief Executive, Energy Institute, Thomas A H Pols, Health & Safety Manager Middle East & North Africa, Royal Dutch Shell, and Dr. Eng. Waddah Ghanem, Senior Director Sustainability, Operational and Business Excellence, ENOC.
H.E Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC, said: “We are pleased to work with Energy Institute to organise the second Middle East HSE and Sustainability Forum; a platform we believe has brought together research and academic communities with industry regulators to shed light on EHS, sustainability, energy efficiency challenges and opportunities that are facing the energy sector in our region.”
"The Middle East HSE and Sustainability Discussion forum acts as a driver to advertise ideal methods in EHS, which is likewise central to accomplishing Dubai's 2030 Integrated Power Technique, added Al Falasi.
This year's forum included of a series of roundtable discussions. Some of subjects reviewed at the online forum consisted of: The worth of embracing global HSE good methods, smart safety systems, improving health and safety efficiency, the future of HSE in the electronic globe, occupational safety and security versus procedure security, the market's duty in delivering energy safely, handling carcinogen and minimizing their influence on workers' wellbeing as well as the value of retrofitting in minimizing Dubai's energy demand'.