“Collective Action in Keeping Pace with Change”
MEET THE SUCCESSFUL WOMEN IN HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT
8th & 9th MARCH 2021
Encourage, Inspire & Empower
Women Empowerment & Globalization
8th & 9th MARCH 2021
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WIHSE 2021 MALAYSIA

Think of a safety professional and what image first comes to mind? Probably not that of a female safety director, or manager or even officer. There are women who are in such roles and making a great impact but, compared to their male counterparts, the numbers still remain low.

The recent HSE Insights Survey from a recruitment consultancy revealed that the gender split ratio in the HSE field currently stands at 3:1 in favor of males, while the pay gap is 18%. Women make up 42% of the employed population in the EU, yet the World Economic Forum predicts the gender gap won’t close entirely until 2186.

This Conference will be one of its kind in the region and probably in the world. It will bring together practitioners and professionals across the nations representing a wide range of industries, organization and career levels to participate in the program of workshops, presentations and discussions sessions concerning the Occupational Health, Safety, Environment and Loss Prevention.

This also aims to create an international forum for debate and exchange on the main challenges facing women in today’s society, and to reflect on the ways in which we can, individually and collectively, propose solutions to these problems. It will touch on those issues collectively and will witness an elite amalgam of successful pioneers in the field of Health, Safety & Environment.

The anticipated participants of this conference would be Professionals with the career as Academia, Scientists, Engineers, Entrepreneurs, Professionals and Technologists. At this conference, inspiring experiences and the secret to success among Women Scientists, Engineers and Technologists will be shared. It would indeed be a platform where all Professional women would look forward.

The program format includes keynote addresses, Executive Panel Sessions, Interactive Group Discussions and a plenitude of networking opportunities. You’ll participate in knowledge sharing and collaboration while building relationships and enhancing your professional network. You’ll leave this event with practical strategies, insights and guidance on how to propel your professional career forward. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from and collaborate with the top women in the HSE.

Great effort is being spent to provide programs that are diverse, interactive, forward-thinking, people-focused, change-orientated, and of the highest quality. We are expecting well over150 delegates around the globe to participate.

A glimpse on latest stats from ‘world economic forum’ of Malaysia

  • The Global Gender Gap Index 2020 rankings – Ranked No. 104 Malaysia at a ratio of – 0.677 (0-1)
  • Educational Attainment -Ranked No. 86 Malaysia at a ratio of – 0.989
  • Firms with female top managers – 26.30% firms

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

PRESIDENT, MOGSC

Ts. Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha

President, Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council

CONFERENCE CHAIR

Norhazlina Mydin (Lina), CIH, CPIH

Head, HSSE Change & Communications Group HSSE – PETRONAS

CONFERENCE DIRECTOR

Siti Fatimah Abdul Aziz

East Asia GeoUnit HSE Manager, Schlumberger

CONFERENCE MANAGER

Mohammad Riaz

Past President, Advisor American Society of Safety Professionals – Kuwait Chapter

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE

Dr. Irniza Rasdi

Head of Occupational Safety & Health, University Putra Malaysia

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE

Gary Leong Wei Kit

Head of HSSEQ – Bumi Armada Berhad

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE

Ehab Said Elsayed Desouky

Trainer, HSE KNPC, KUWAIT

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE

Nada Al Saleh

Sr. Engineer, Safety – KNPC, KUWAIT
CONFERENCE ADVISOR

Jim Bennet

International Executive Leadership Coach, Consultant, Trainer and educator, United Kingdom
CONFERENCE ADVISOR

Dr. Sabariah Binti Said

Managing Director and Occupational Health Advisor,
Berkat OSH Services Sdn. Bhd. – Malaysia
CONFERENCE ADVISOR

Fadel Al Ali

Chairman, American Society of Safety Professionals – Kuwait
STUDENTS COMMITTEE

Dr. Irniza Rasdi

Head of Occupational Safety & Health Unit Department of Environmental & Occupational Health, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences Universiti Putra Malaysia
STUDENTS COMMITTEE

Ts. Dr. Ismaniza Ismail

Senior Lecturer Faculty of Applied Sciences Universiti Teknologi MARA
STUDENTS COMMITTEE

Asst. Prof. Dr. Hanizah Mohd Yusoff

Public Health Physician (Occupational Health) Community Health Department, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

CONFERENCE FEATURES

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES FROM PROMINENT GUESTS

CASE STUDIES / RESEARCH / INNOVATION

TECHNICAL PRESENTATION

GROUP DISCUSSIONS AND MENTORING SESSIONS

EXECUTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION WITH CEO LEVEL DIGNITARIES

INTERACTIVE PLENARY SESSIONS BY RENOWNED INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS

KEY NOTE ADDRESS

Niloy Benerjee

Resident Representative, UNDP
Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei Darussalam

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Ybrs. Puan Norlin Binti Jaafar

Director General Department Of Environment – Malaysia

Executive Panel Discussion
Theme: “Collective Action In Keeping Pace With Change”

Ir. Zailee Bin Dollah

Director General, Department of Occupational Safety & Health Ministry of Human Resources – Malaysia

Executive Panel Discussion Theme: “Collective Action in Keeping pace with Change”

Azizin B Zainudin

Head, Capability Development & Management, Group Hsse (GHSSE) – Petronas

Executive Panel Discussion
Theme: “Collective Action In Keeping Pace With Change”

Mohsin Al-Hadhrami

Managing Director, Schlumberger East Asia

Executive Panel Discussion
Theme: “Collective Action In Keeping Pace With Change”

Ybrs. Dr. Norhazni Binti Mat Sari

Deputy Director General – Department Of Environment – Malaysia

Executive Panel Discussion Theme: “Collective Action in Keeping pace with Change”

Louise Hosking

President elect – Institution of occupational safety and health united kingdom

TOPIC: Women in OSH

Amy Chua Boon See

President – Schlumberger Asia Basin

Topic: Opportunities for growth in Women Leader

Dr. Priya Ragunath

Head, Occupational & Environment Health Sector, Ministry Of Health – Malaysia

Topic: Workplace Stress, The Forsaken Occupational Disease

Dee Arp

Dip2OSH CMIOSH MIIRSM MCIEA
COO, NEBOSH – UK

Topic: Mental Health – Mental Health in these challenging and uncertain times

Kathy A. Seabrook

CSP (US), CFIOSH (UK), EurOSHM, FASSP
CEO, Global Solutions, Inc. – USA

TOPIC: “Influencing Your Business Leaders in a Changing World: Connecting the Dots between Safety and Health and Company Performance. Are you Future Fit?”

Tim Page-Bottorff

CSP, CIT;
Senior Consultant, SAFESTART – USA

Topic: “Embrace Errors Don’t Hide Them”

Asst. Professor Dr. Hanizah Mohd Yusoff

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Topic: Balancing women in higher Education – Readiness for Employment

Dr. Ng Yee Guan

President HFEM – Malaysia

TOPIC: Work from Home – Balancing productivity and health

Marie-Claire Ross

GAICD, FCEOI 
Australia

Topic: Building Trust and Effective Safety Communications in the New Norm

Lt. Colonel (CD) Frank Tan

Principal Consultant
The ISO Group – Malaysia
Topic: How Women can use their mind & fingers to lift 500 tons

Azrina Abdullah

Managing Director
SDG Synergy – Malaysia

TOPIC: Human Rights & Safety

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Testimonials

Ts. Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha

President, Malaysia Oil & Gas Services Council

MOGSC is honored to present its inaugural Virtual Conference on a very important topic “Women in HSE”. With the present ratio of 3:1 in the field of HSE encouragement and attentions is definitely required for our Women Leader., This Conference serves as a platform for industry to talk about bridging this gap and bring the key takeaways to the attention of the Industry Leaders. Attendees for this Conference & Exhibition will be from around the world and hence reflect the stature and importance of Malaysia as a key leader in the Oil & Gas Industry in the region.

This Event “International Conference of Women in HSE WiHSE2021”, will be an interesting event which will give us an opportunity to meet the right contacts and get important information about the industry and the profession.
We feel privileged to be able to host this Conference and bring prominent global professions in the field of Health Safety & Environment to share their knowledge. This will also be a great platform for our MOGSC members to network and benefit from the networking.

I welcome you all for this first of its kind conference that will prove to be an exciting Conference.
Join us to Celebrate the “International Women’s Day” 2021 with the theme “#ChooseToChallenge”.

Dee Arp

NEBOSH Chief Operating Officer

“NEBOSH is dedicated to improving health, safety, well-being and the environment in workplaces worldwide. It is therefore my privilege to be invited to speak at WISHE 2021 Malaysia which will bring together HSE professionals who share this vision.  I’m excited to hear the innovative ideas that will be presented and discussed by the leading health and safety minds from across the world who attend the event. Together we can make it safer for workers everywhere and ensure they go home safely to their families at the end of every day”.