The high profile line-up of speakers includes Mr. Saad Al Kubaisi – Coporate HSE Manager in Qatar Petroleum, who will open the convention with his keynote speech on HSE Vision & Mission in light of Qatar National Vision 2030.
Other emminent industry experts speaking this year include:
• Darryl C. Hill, Ph.D., CSP |American Society of Safety Engineers, President
• Robert Munster | Pearl GTL, Shell Qatar, Vice President HSSE/SD & Manager HSSE/SD
• Toufik Benmosbah | Qatargas, Chief Safety, Environment & Quality Officer
• Brett Doherty | Rasgas, SHE Group Manager
• Ali Al Rahbi | Dolphin Energy, Vice President – QHSE & Security
• Sunil Shah | Dow Chemicals, Director – Engineering & EHS Services
• Teresa Budworth |NEBOSH, Chief Executive
• Subash Ludhra| IOSH, President Elect
Embedding the theme of “Moulding the future of HSE Fraternity: Global Vision & Local Practise”, the conference will provide the industry with necessary stepping stones to enhance skills and performance through a series of thought provoking debates, unflinching presentations, enlightening case studies and focused workshops delivered by an unmatched speaker faculty.
Endorsed by American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), IPIECA, IOSH, British Safety Council, British Occupational Hygiene Society & NEBOSH; the event will provide an unprecedented opportunity to discuss the current implementation of HSE standards and products while outlining areas of improvement. By surveying current and future trends within health and safety it will allow the forum to provide valuable insight into Qatar's development and its evolving safety landscape.
Darryl Hill, Vice President for Safety & Health in ABB (ASSE President 2010-2011 said ‘The Fleming Gulf's 7th HSE Conference provides an excellent opportunity to learn from leading safety and health professionals that will provide solutions and best practices to increased HSE challenges. The Forum is designed to be an excellent educational experience and will allow attendees to network with their safety and health colleagues. By having a global vision and implementing HSE best practices and strategies, safety and health practitioners can ensure success for the organizations they represent’
“I know from talking to our members in the oil and gas sector that although the hazards to manage are immense, many have exemplary track records and a level of knowledge and expertise that has relevance and application to all other sectors. The 7th Annual Forum provides the opportunity for a number of our member organisations operating in the oil and gas sector based in the Middle East to share their expertise with a wider audience. I look forward to seeing you in Doha“ as quoted by Alex Botha, Chief Executive of the British Safety Council
With only 3 weeks more to go, there are only limited seats available. Therefore, Fleming Gulf encourages interested participants to register before Thursday 6 October at www.hse-me.com or via email to eva.baskova@