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Hong Kong Branch events

Welcome to the events section of the Hong Kong Branch web pages. Attending branch events are good way to keep up to date with the latest thinking and knowledge and stimulate exchange of ideas and experience in the field of occupational safety and health.

Download the CPD Record Sheet which enables you to make a note for your record at the event which should enable you to accurately record your learning's in your CPD online.

Upcoming events

IOSH has taken the difficult decision to halt all physical meetings and events until further notice due to the current Coronavirus pandemic.

Instead we have a list of virtual meetings and webinars taking place, and members can attend any of these.

Details can be found on our IOSH webinars/virtual meetings events page.

Zoom Meeting - Occupational Safety and Health Webinar: “The Future of Risk Assessment”
Thursday 03 December 2020, 19.00 - 20.30 (HKT)

As the digital, physical and human worlds continue to integrate, we experience a deep transformation in industry, which far-reaches into our lives. The 4th industrial revolution, the internet of things and big data, the industrial internet, are changing the way we design, manufacture, and provide products and services. This is creating a complex network of things and people that are seamlessly connected and communicating. It is providing opportunities to make production systems more efficient and faster, and more flexible and resilient the complex supply chains and distribution networks that tie the global economy.

In this fast-pace changing environment, the attributes related to the reliability of components and systems continue to play a fundamental role for industry and those related to safety and security continue to be increasingly of concern, as a right to freedom. The innovations that are being developed have high potential of increased wellbeing and benefits, but also generate new and unknown failure mechanisms, hazards and risks, partly due also to new and unknown functional and structural dependencies. On the other hand, the advancements in knowledge, methods and techniques, the increase in information sharing, data availability and computational capabilities, and the advancements in knowledge that these can bring, offer new opportunities of development for the analysis and assessment of risks.

Risk assessment must evolve for addressing these challenges. Development directions are presented, including the use of simulation for accident scenario identification and exploration, the extension of risk assessment into the framework of resilience and business continuity, the reliance on data for dynamic and condition monitoring-based risk assessment.

Admission: This event is open to members of IOSH, HKARMS, SRSO and IMechE.
Admission is FREE but prior reservations are REQUIRED on a first-come-first-served basis. Please click the following link to enrol:
https://forms.gle/dQjM1YbkM3uc4btV9

IOSH Hong Kong reserves the right to reject any of the registrations in any circumstances and for whatever reasons.

1.5-hour CPD Certificates will be provided to the Members of IOSH, HKARMS SRSO and IMechE who have completed the entire duration of the webinar.

Speaker: Professor Enrico Zio, Mines Paristech, France , Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Enrico Zio received the MSc degree in nuclear engineering from Politecnico di Milano in 1991 and in mechanical engineering from UCLA in 1995, and the Ph.D. degree in nuclear engineering from Politecnico di Milano and in probabilistic risk assessment at MIT in 1996 and 1998, respectively. He is currently full professor at the Centre for research on Risk and Crises (CRC) of Ecole de Mines, ParisTech, PSL University, France, full professor and President of the Alumni Association at Politecnico di Milano, Italy, eminent scholar at Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea, distinguished guest professor at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, adjunct professor at City University of Hong Kong, Beihang University and Wuhan University, China and Co-Director of the Center for REliability and Safety of Critical Infrastructures (CRESCI) and the sino-french laboratory of Risk Science and Engineering (RISE), at Beihang University, Beijing, China. In 2020, he has been awarded the prestigious Humboldt Research Award in Germany.


Zoom Meeting - Occupational Safety and Health Webinar: "AI Monitoring for Construction Safety” - This event is now fully booked
Tuesday 29 October 2020, 18.30-19.30 (HKT)

1. State of Art AI technology in construction
2. AI monitoring by Computer Vision
3. Case studies of AI monitoring deployment in construction safety
4. Going forward for AI technology in construction

Mr Gary Ng Gary is a serial entrepreneur who is the CEO of viAct.ai, a leading solution provider for AI in Smart Construction in Asia. viAct.ai has built an Asian first AI Computer Vision Cloud Platform to automate construction monitoring. viAct.ai is invested by Alibaba, Sensetime and Artesian Venture and graduated from leading acceleration program from Chinaccelerator and HKAI Lab. Before his entrepreneurial journey, he was in several top management positions serving leading NASDAQ listed technology companies in 3D printing and 3D software.

This event is open to IOSH Hong Kong members ONLY
Zoom meeting: 20th Annual General Meeting of IOSH Hong Kong 
Friday 31 July 2020, 19.00-20.00 (HKT)
If you want to attend the virtual AGM, please make enrolment first

Agenda

  1. To receive and confirm the minutes of the 19th Annual General
    Meeting
  2. To receive the financial report of 2019/2020 from Honorary
    Treasurer, Mr Lewis Cheng
  3. To receive the annual report of 2019/2020 from Chairman, Mr Duane
    Cheung
  4. Transfer of chairmanship and installation of new Executive
    Committee of 2020/21
  5. Speech of new Chairman of 2020/21
  6. Nomination of auditor for the year of 2020/2021
  7. Any other business

 

Recent events

4 February 2021 - Webinar
Safety and Health Webinar: How to protect your workforce when WFH

Ir Prof. Vincent Ho

15 April 2020 - webinar
Crisis and continuity planning for Covid-19 in APAC
Hazel Kilman, Sarah Davidson, Yin Ling Lam
CBRE
English version | Cantonese version | Presentation