The launch of Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) will be supported by NEBOSH who will have an area on the show floor where visitors can go to learn best practice health and safety
IFSEC Southeast Asia is expanding its portfolio with the launch of the Occupational Safety and Health section

IFSEC Southeast Asia is set to provide more insights on Occupational, Safety and Health for the region’s industry players.

The region’s leading security, fire and safety event will take place on 7–9 September 2016, at the prestigious Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia. Now in its fourth year, the event will host various seminars and conferences alongside the exhibition joined by giant international brands.

Occupational Safety & Health (OSH)

Being the centre for the region’s industry experts to converge, IFSEC Southeast Asia (SEA) is expanding its portfolio with the launch of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) section on the show floor. The launch of Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) will be supported by NEBOSH who will have an area on the show floor where visitors can go to learn best practice health and safety.

International Workplace will provide the Health and Safety seminar programme at the event. Founded nearly 20 years ago to help people understand complex information in health and safety, employment relations, environmental management and facilities management, International Workplace provides information, training, consultancy and support services on all aspects of workplace management, thus helping organisations go beyond compliance.

Conference programme

The Conference programme will include:

7 September 2016

11.30 – 12.30
Transitioning to ISO 45001: the new International Standard for Occupational Safety and Health
Danny Cousins, International Workplace

14.00 – 15.00
Educational travel risk management
Anthony Wong and Sebastian Wong, Singapore American School

15.00 – 16.00
Sustainability: the cutting edge of risk management?
David Sharp, International Workplace

8 September 2016

11.30 – 12.30
Fire risk assessment: principles and practice
Danny Cousins, International Workplace

14.00 – 15.00
Developing a global framework for health and safety competency
David Sharp, International Workplace

15.00 – 16.00
Safety culture
Tim Chappell and Matthew Rees, Harrow International School


Security Professionals from around the world will have access to a wealth of informative seminars and conference sessions, trade visitors, buyers, and industry experts. Visitors will meet and establish new business contacts with more than 350 participating companies exhibiting at IFSEC SEA 2016. Some world-renowned companies that will be showcasing their products will include Dahua, Sony, Panasonic, Merit Lilin, Samsung Techwin, Vivotek, Bluguard, Sharp-Roxy, and more.

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