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OSH India Virtual Expo & Conference on 16th July 2020. 11.00am to 5.00pm

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Certified OSH India Virtual Conference on Shaping the future of occupational safety & health by industry stalwarts and thought leaders

A One day E-Conference ready to bring the know how’s of the OSH community at  OSH India Virtual Expo & Conference | 16th July,2020 | 11.00am to 5.00pm

SHAPING THE FUTURE OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH

Building on the success of past endeavours and again bringing the global safety community together on one mega platform, OSH India 2020 Virtual Expo features a power-packed one-day conference where all stakeholders—government officials, HSE experts, industry associations and OSH evangelists come together to discuss occupational safety and health as a priority for companies, while reiterating the significance and business benefits of investing in the health and safety of workforce. OSH India shall also spread awareness regarding the importance of occupational safety and health for working women, people working at heights and those working with hazardous substances, workplace ergonomics, and employee health and wellness.

OSH India 2020 Virtual Conference will provide insights from the leaders in Occupational Safety & Health to help you enforce safety and wellness at work. Each session provides the most comprehensive information needed to meet occupational safety regulations and overcome industry challenges.

 

Virtual Conference: Shaping Up the Future in OSH
Agenda: Thursday, 16h July 2020

11.00 – 11.45

Inaugural Session

11.00 – 11.10: 

• Opening Remarks 

• Virtual lamp lighting and Ganesh Vandana 

• Informa Markets Global and India videos 

11.10 – 11.20: Welcome address: Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, Informa Markets in India; OSH India video

11.20 – 11.25: Keynote Speaker Address: Sri K.G. Nanjappa, Jt. Director, Department of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health, Govt. of Karnataka

11.25 – 11.30: Guest of Honour: Shri Lalit Gabhane, Director-General, National Safety Council

11.30 – 11.35: Guest of Honour Address: Shri Satyajeet Rajan, IAS, Addl Chief Secy, Labour, Skills & Excise, Govt. of Kerala

11.35 – 11.45: Vote of Thanks: Mr. Pankaj Jain, Group Director – Security, Safety and Facilities Portfolio, Informa Markets in India

11.50 – 12.20

Sometimes What Hurts the Most Can’t Be Seen (speaker session)

• David Woods Bartley, TEDx speaker and member of the National Alliance on Mental Illness

12.25 – 12.40

Is it possible to Social Distance in Manufacturing? Digital Technology to help (speaker session)

Covid-19 has changed many things around us and manufacturing is no exception. There are multiple challenges as Manufacturing battles Covid-19.  More so, as you can’t make a Ventilator, PPE or any product you consume today working from home. You have to be physically present on the factory floor, hundreds coming in daily, working together in one place, working 8-to-10 hours shifts. So “Is it possible for manufacturers to protect their workforce from proximity transmission?”.  Most manufacturers have already laid out modified safety and health policies to keep workers safe and healthy at workplace. How can digital technology help further to monitor and manage Social Distancing, Contract Tracing and Tracking for Safe Workplace.


• K Srinath, Vice President – Mac Machine Tools & Automation

12.40 – 13.40

 

Motivational speech: Turn setbacks into comebacks

* Cope with current crisis
* Prepare for success and win
* Motivate yourself and others


• Shiv Khera, Educator, Business consultant, Author of over 8 million books sold including international best seller You Can Win 

13.45 – 14.10

Want to create a safety culture? Check your 'UGRs' (speaker session)

• Steve Simpson, International Speaker-Workplace Culture & Customer Service and Author

14.15 – 14.35

Focus on 4 Main Killers in Construction Industry (speaker session)
• Naresh P. Trivedi, Risk Management Specialist

14.40-15.30

The Effect of COVID–19 Pandemic on the Safety of Global Workforce (panel discussion) 

Discussion points

• In India, laws related to OSH are not strictly implemented and global pandemics further add to the misery of workforce. 
• There should be change in OSH laws to reflect the changed working scenario post this global pandemic.  
• Efforts need to accelerate to improve data collection and statistics on occupational health and safety incidents and also to create a safe and health environment through defined rights, duties and responsibilities to all concerned and by prioritising prevention of such outbreaks in workers. 


Panelists
• Tapas Saha, Vice President EHS, Corporate Head, Neuland Laboratories (moderator)
• Shankar R., Head – Safety, Quality, Systems, Sustainability and Process Improvements, Sterling and Wilson Solar
• Karan Vir Singh, General manager - Fire & Safety-Mumbai Refinery, Hindustan Petroleum
• Srinivasu M., GM-CHSE (Formulations) & Head-Sustainability, Hetero Labs Ltd
• Ravindra Dhapola, Head SHE, CSR & Sustainability, Tata Coffee Ltd
• P.A. Murali, Vice-President and Head-Regional Sustainability and Regulatory Affairs, Clariant Chemicals
• Hitesh Lachhwani, National Head - Safety at Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd.

15.30– 15.45

Differences between Compliance and Getting Certified

• Ramesh Tiwari, Managing Director, Glofab Co. Ltd

15.45 – 16.00

Management of Human Capital in the New Normal :  Role of  PPE Coverall in ensuring Safety to Caregivers

• Biman Banerjee, Mallcom

16.05 – 16.35

Lessons from Lockdown - How to stay resilient in times of crisis (speaker session)

• Heather Beach, Founder & MD, The Healthy Work Company

16.35 -17.25

Hazard Identification & Risk Control: Strategies for Successful Accident Prevention (panel discussion)

Discussion points: 
• Ensuring that workplaces are safe is a huge responsibility for employers, particularly in industries where employees are known to be vulnerable to known/unknown hazards. 
• Organisations are legally obliged to conduct regular safety risk assessments to identify any occupational hazards that might be present in the workplace and take steps to alleviate them. 
• Any employee working in hazardous places should be familiar with safety guidelines and protective equipment available to minimize risk to his life. 

Panelists

• Bharat Londhe, EHS Expert (Pharmaceutical Organization)
• Mohan V.C., GM – EHS, Bosch Ltd
• Avinash Harde, Vice President - IMS HCC Ltd
• Shivakumara C., Head-HSE, Project and Development Services, Jones Lang LaSalle
• Sri. Arockiasamy, Sr. GM-EHS, JMC Projects India Ltd
• Suresh Tanwar, Head of Audit & Consultancy, British Safety Council, India LLP
• Pravin L. Shinde, India SHE Lead, Roche Diagnostics India

16.35 -17.25

Vote of thanks: 

Prashant Jain, Project Director-Safety & Facilities portfolio, Informa Markets in India

 

END OF DAY

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Everyone who is interested and deals with workplace safety and health issues at work.

High-level government officials, high-level decision-makers in the public and private sectors
Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and labour leaders
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) professionals such as safety engineers, safety technicians
Occupational hygienists, scientists
Occupational physicians and others dealing with occupational medicine
Labour inspectors and safety and health inspectors
Instructors, trainers and teachers in the field of OSH education
Trade unions, workers and their representatives
Employers and their organisations, including human resource (HR) managers
Public and private OSH organisations
International and regional organisations
Manufacturers and importers of safety materials and safety equipment
Experts in communication and public s and Media representatives and journalists.
SPEAKERS

An Guests of Honour and Key note speakers will take the stage at OSH India Virtual Expo & Conference 2020

Srinath K.
Vice President – Mac Machine Tools & Automation
Shri Satyajeet Rajan
IAS, Addl Chief Secy, Labour, Skills & Excise, Govt. of Kerala
Shri Lalit Gabhane
Director-General, National Safety Council
Sri K. Srinivas
Director, Department of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health
Heather Beach
Founder & Director, The Healthy Work Company
David Woods Bartley
TEDx speaker and member of the National Alliance on Mental Illness
Avinash Harde
Vice President - IMS HCC Ltd
Bharat Londhe
Head-EHS, Piramal Health Care
Ravindra Dhapola
Corporate Head-SHE, CSR & Sustainability, Tata Coffee Ltd
Mohan V.C.
GM – EHS, Bosch Ltd
Sri. Arockiasamy
Sr. GM-EHS, JMC Projects India Ltd
Tapas Saha
Vice President EHS, Corporate Head, Neuland Laboratories
Pravin L. Shinde
India SHE Lead, Roche Diagnostics India
Hitesh Lachhwani
National Head - Safety at Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd.
Srinivasu M
GM-CHSE (Formulations) & Head-Sustainability, Hetero Labs Limited
Suresh Tanwar
Head of Audit & Consultancy, British Safety Council, India LLP
Steve Simpson
International Speaker-Workplace Culture & Customer Service and Author
Karan Vir Singh
General manager - Fire & Safety-Mumbai Refinery, Hindustan Petroleum
P.A. Murali
Vice-President and Head-Regional Sustainability and Regulatory Affairs, Clariant Chemicals
Shivakumara C
Head-HSE, Project and Development Services, Jones Lang LaSalle
Shankar R.
Head – Safety, Quality ,Systems ,Sustainability and Process Improvements, Sterling and Wilson Solar

 

 
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