At this one-day symposium, you will hear industry speakers share their insights and expertise in harnessing technology and digitisation to manage the plant and its safety case effectively and be at the forefront of Process Control and Process Safety Management.
This symposium is jointly organised by SITLEARN Professional Development, Society of Loss Prevention (SLP), NTUC’s Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) and the Labour Movement’s Oil, Petrochemical, Energy and Chemicals (OPEC) cluster.
This symposium is supported by:
The goal of this symposium is to bring together all process industry professionals in an open dialogue together with industry speakers who will share insights and expertise focusing on how to use technology, digitalisation, visualisation and analytics to improve control, improve data management, and reduce human error.
All process industry professionals including managers, engineers, operators, safety advisors and risk management practitioners.
|9:00am||Welcome and Opening Remarks||Prof. Ho Yew Kee, Associate Provost (SkillsFuture & Staff Development),
Singapore Institute of Technology
Mr. Gary Goh, Deputy CEO,
Employment and Employability Institute (e2i)
|9:30am||Keynote: Safety Case Regime with Technology Framework||Er. Go Heng Huat, Director,
Major Hazards Department (MHD), Ministry of Manpower
|10:00am||Innovations in Process Safety Management||Assoc Prof. Lim Kok Hwa, Deputy Cluster Director,
Chemical Engineering and Food Technology, Singapore Institute of Technology
|11:00am||Digital Technologies and Innovations for Better Process Safety and Reliability||Mr. Michael Zhao, Senior Manager,
Plantweb Solution, Measurement & Analytical, Emerson Asia Pacific
|1:00pm||Innovations in Process Control and Alarm Management (Digitalisation with IIoT)||Mr. Santosh Sarveshwar Whatkar, Senior Automation & Digital Technology Manager,
|2:00pm||Innovations in Process Safety: A Practitioner's Perspective||Mr. Gary Prosser, Head,
Emerging Markets Engineering, GSK
|3:30pm||Closing Remarks||Mr. Teng Chong Seng, President,
Society of Loss Prevention
|4:45pm||End of Symposium|
|Symposium Admission||$100.00 (before GST)|