Posted on November 01, 2014

HSE experts and stakeholders from the region and beyond will begin discussions from tomorrow, Monday, 3 November 2014, at the 10th Annual HSE Forum on Energy. These experts, along with the active participation of other HSE stakeholders, will gather together at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Doha, Qatar to try and figure out how to reconfigure the genes of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) standards, specifically on the energy sector, as an upsurge in the demand for energy has caused significant changes to the work and environment of people employed within the sector.

Qatar Airways flies daily to Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

The technological advancements in the production of traditional sources of energy, as well as in the development of new ones, have drastically changed the way people conduct their daily work routine within the energy sector,” said Ranjith Paul, Managing Director, Fleming Gulf. “Although global industry standards and policies on HSE are already in place, it requires a second look and collective effort from industry experts in order to reinvent its genes and ensure better protection of life, property and the environment. “As the discussions begin tomorrow, we welcome all participants to this wonderful city of Doha and wish them all the best in meeting the objectives of the Forum,” he added.

Under the main theme ‘Reinventing HSE DNA’, the focus of this year’s edition of the Forum will be on Typical HSE Ingredients and Characteristics, Key Focus in Front Line Leadership, Process Safety as a Pathway to Sustainable Future, Preparing for the Unexpected-Planning for the Future, Optimising Corporate social Responsibility Through Responsible Environment Assessment System, and Learn How to Run a ‘Healthy’ Business.