International Workplace launches Malaysia conference
Learning and development provider International Workplace has announced the launch of its first conference in Southeast Asia, taking place in Kuala Lumpur from 7-8 September 2016.
The International Workplace Conference focuses on occupational safety and health and forms part of the educational programme at IFSEC Southeast Asia 2016, the region’s leading security, fire and safety event.
Taking place at the prestigious Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and now in its fourth year, the UBM Asia event will host a number of seminars and conferences alongside the exhibition, joined by giant international brands including Dahua, Sony, Panasonic, Merit Lilin, Samsung Techwin, Vivotek, Bluguard, Sharp-Roxy, and more.
This year IFSEC Southeast Asia sees the launch of an occupational safety and health section of the show floor, supported by NEBOSH, with exhibitors from across the risk management spectrum.
- Transitioning to ISO 45001: the new International Standard for Occupational Safety and Health
- Educational travel risk management
- Sustainability: the cutting edge of risk management?
- Fire risk assessment: principles and practice
- Developing a global framework for health and safety competency
- Ensuring a positive safety culture
Speakers include Anthony Wong and Sebastian Wong from Singapore American School, Tim Chappell and Matthew Rees from Harrow International School in Bangkok, and David Sharp, Managing Director of International Workplace.
Speaking at the launch of the conference, David Sharp said:
“We’ve been a partner of UBM for nearly 20 years, and I’m delighted we are linking up with them to bring International Workplace to Malaysia through our first ever conference in the region. Our focus on international risk management supports IFSEC Southeast Asia’s expansion into occupational safety and health, and we have some interesting sessions planned with speakers from Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia as well as from the UK.”
Attendance at the International Workplace Conference is free to registered visitors to IFSEC Southeast Asia. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find out more about IFSEC Southeast Asia 2016 at www.ifsecsea.com, or contact Ms. Rina at +60321768788 for sales enquiries.