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OSH South India 2019 Conference: Ensuring a Safe, Healthy and Productive Workforce

India is on the growth journey towards becoming a developed, mature economy. So, as the economy increases in size and value we also need to keep a close watch on occupational accidents and workers’ health. At OSH India we endeavour to learn from the top leaders—CEOs, Health and Safety Heads across industry—to understand how to best take care of occupational safety and health of workers across industry and steps required to be taken to follow best safety practices within your organisation.

The two-day conference as part of OSH South India 2019 strives to bring all key stakeholders—government officials, HSE experts, industry associations and OSH evangelists—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. This year OSH South India is also taking the initiative to spread awareness regarding the importance of occupational safety and health for working women, workplace ergonomics and employee health & efficiency.

OSH South India 2019 will provide leadership insights and help you empower safety and productivity at work. Each session provides the most comprehensive information needed to meet regulations and overcome industry challenges. You will have the opportunity to meet professionals from every industry, explore the latest trends in safety while making new contacts at the tradeshow.


Day 1: Thursday, September 3rd, 2020





Inaugural Session


Welcome Address: Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India


Keynote Address: TBC


Special Address: TBC


Guest of Honour Address: TBC


Chief Guest Address: TBC


Closing remarks: Mr. Prashant Jain, Project Director, UBM India

11.15 -11.45

Tea and Networking

11.45 -12.45



Session 1: Enforcing Guidelines Related to Employee Safety: Key Challenges and Responsibilities (panel discussion)

Discussion Points

  • Guidelines related to employee safety have been in place since long, however, there are practical difficulties in monitoring their implementation.

  • The National Policy on Health, Safety, and Environment at the workplace are yet to be seriously implemented.

  • There’s a need to extend OSH coverage to all industry clusters within India and spread awareness on OSH among key stakeholders.

  • Facts and figures related to occupational health and safety incidents need to be analyzed comprehensively to create a safe and healthy working environment.


  • G Madhava Kumar, Cluster EHS Manager, L&T, ECCD

  • Hitesh Lachhwani, Head - EHS, Coca-Cola

  • Tata Ravi Kumar, EHS Head, Aecom

  • B. Sateesh, Sr. Manager - Safety, HAL

Pvt. Ltd

  • Prabhat Kishore Lanka, Head-EHS, GMR Developers

  • Shahzed Lehry, CEO, Ceasefire Extinguishers & Systems

  • Dr. L. Govinda Rao, President, Sri Gopikrishna Infrastructure

12.45 – 13.15

Session 2: Elements of Safety Audit with the perspective of the Indian Factories Act (Accident Prevention, taking the reference of Cement Industry).

  • V V Sasi Kumar, Deputy CIF, Telangana

13:15 – 13:30

Session 3: Partner presentation

13:30 – 14:30

Lunch and Networking

14.30 - 15.30

Session 4: Ensuring Safety Culture in an Organisation: The Leader’s Role (speaker session)

  • Kishwer Jawed, Corporate SHE Head, TATA Projects

  • P Srinivas, Vice President – Group Quality, Greenko Group

  • Durga Prasad Dora, Head of the Group(HOG) - Corporate Quality & In Charge -HSE, TPSC India

15.30 – 16.00

Session 5: Chemical Hazards And Safety Management In Pharmaceutical Industry (speaker session)


  • Tapas Saha, Vice President, Neuland Laboratories Limited

16.00 – 17.00

Session 6: Redefining Safety Metrics for Workers at High Rise Buildings and Construction Sites (Panel Discussion)

Discussion points:

  • Ensuring that workplaces are safe is a huge responsibility for employers, particularly in industries that require them to work at heights.

  • Organizations 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 risky places and at hazardous places should be familiar with safety guidelines and protective equipment available to minimize risk to his life.



  • Ugandhar Phani Varma, Managing Director, Centre for Health Safety and Environment

  • A Srinivasa Reddy, Environment, Health and Safety Manager, L&T ECC

  • N. Venugopal, ISSoW Coordinator, Occidental Mukhaizna – Oman

  • Rangarao Vuppu, Director, Varaanga Engineers

  • B Seshu Babu, Dy General Manager, Aecom

  • Kirti Dutt K, GMR

  • Satish Kumar, General Manager (Projects and Maintenance), Hetero Drugs

16.45 onwards

Tea and networking



End of Day 1



Agenda Day 2: Friday, September 04 th , 2020

10.30 - 11.15

Session 1: Workshop: Occupational Safety and Health: The Role of

Indian Standards (Speaker Session)

11.15 – 11.45

Session 2: Chemical Hazards And Safety Management In

Pharmaceutical Industry (speaker session)

11.45 – 12.15 Tea and Networking

12.15 -12.45

Session 3: Key Hazards Related to the Use of Heavy Equipment

(speaker session)

12.45 – 13.45



Session 4: Panel Discussion: Redefining Health and Safety Metrics

For Tackling Occupational Disease (Panel Discussion)

Discussion Points

  • Work-related ill health is a problem for every section of society.
    The direct costs include the pain and suffering of the injury or
    illness, the loss of income, the possible loss of a job, health-care
    costs. It is estimated that the indirect costs of an accident or
    illness can be four to ten times greater than the direct

  • Different types of occupational disease include: respiratory
    diseases e.g. asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary
    disease; skin diseases; asbestos-related disease; cancers; noise
    induced hearing damage; Hand-arm vibration syndrome;
    musculoskeletal disease; stress; Priority areas include,
    respiratory diseases (including asthma, COPD and silicosis); and
    Occupational cancer (from all routes of exposure).

  • A competent industrial hygienist can help develop a robust,
    practical and cost-effective exposure control strategy, taking into
    account the human elements of the work activity. Overall, they
    can play an integral role in reducing the numbers of people
    dying, or developing life-changing conditions, as a result of
    unnecessary exposures at work.

  • Skills development, hazard recognition, a comprehensive
    training programme can help workers to recognize early
    signs/symptoms of any potential occupational disease

13.45 - 14.45

Lunch and Networking

14.45 – 15.15

Session 5: Insight Of Factories Act And Regulations In Chemicals

Industry (speaker session)

15.15 - 16.00

Session 6: Workshop: Alleviating Health Problems Related to

Excessive Sitting at Workplaces (speaker session)

16.00 – 16.30

Session 7: Workshop: The Role and Need for Accreditation in HSE

(speaker session)

16.30 – 17.00

Session 8: Best Safety Practices in Maintenance, Repair and
Overhaul of Aviation Equipment (speaker session)

17.00 onwards

Tea and networking



  • Recent Updates to Occupational Safety and Health Laws in India and the Way Forward: Key Challenges in Their Implementation
  • Need and Use of Permit to Work Systems for Critical Operations
  • Workshop: Electrostatics Hazards Risk Assessment and Their Alleviation
  • Leading the Way Towards Zero Injury at Workplaces
  • Workshop: Occupational Safety and Health: The Role of Indian Standards
  • Chemical Hazards And Safety Management In Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Key Hazards Related to the Use of Heavy Equipment
  • Redefining Health and Safety Metrics For Tackling Occupational Disease
  • Insight Of Factories Act And Regulations In Chemicals Industry
  • Workshop: Alleviating Health Problems Related to Excessive Sitting at Workplaces
  • Workshop: The Role and Need for Accreditation in HSE
  • Best Safety Practices in Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul of Aviation Equipment

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.
Food Processing
Central / Local Government
Industrial Goods
Oil & Gas
Iron / Steel / Aluminium
Logistics & Transportation
Petrochemical / Offshore
  • Meet and Learn From the Trendsetters of the safety industry
  • Learn how to implement best practices in your workplace and inspire your team
  • Networking opportunity with the industry influencers
  • Expand your safety knowledge and find solutions to the problems
  • Gain insight on current updates in safety and health industry

OSH certification helps you –

  • Show the exposure received across various topics related to safety and health in India under the guidance of top safety professionals from India
  • Learned key insights on safety and health related innovations in global process implementation.
  • Understand an integrated approach to worker health and how to emulate the same at our work place
  • Learn various risk assessment and risk governance, trade secrets and the Reliance Industries’ approach
  • Understand how good leadership can lead to improvements in process safety
  • This certificate adds value to your current training and development by giving you key insights from the industry by the industry and for the industry
  • It broadens your mindset through global exposure and experiences shared by top professionals from the safety and health industry
  • Esteemed officials from the directorate of industrial safety and health to give key note speeches to address the need of the hour of the safety and health industry.

An eminent cast of speakers will take the stage at OSH India Hyderabad 2019.

Srinivas Popuri
Vice President - Group Quality, Greenko Energies Pvt Ltd
Swapan Kumar
Member of the EHS Advisory Board, SDG Foundation
Hitesh Lachhwani
National Head - Safety at Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd.
Durgaprasad Dora
DGM – EHS, TPSC (India) Pvt Ltd
Tata RaviKumar
Chief – Safety, AECOM India Pvt. Ltd
Srinivasu M.
Hetero Labs Limited General Manager - CHSE
B. Sateesh
Sr HSE Manager, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd
Naresh P. Trivedi
Sr. Mgr – EHS, Coromandel International Ltd
V.V.Sasi Kumar
Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories, Nalgonda, Telangana
Mr.Pradeep Naik
Deputy General Manager (Associate Director) Tata communications
Category Participation fees (Early Bird)
Individuals INR 6000 /- per delegate (Plus 18% GST)

10% discount for the nomination of 3 or more delegates

15% discount for the nomination of 5 or more delegates

Terms & Condition:
  • Use the attached registration form to confirm participation.
  • Registration will be confirmed on a first-come-first served basis.
  • The programme is non residential, and prior registration & payment of the delegate fee before the Conference is a must
  • Delegate fee is non-refundable. However, change in nomination is accepted for this particular programme only, and has to be notified at least one week prior to the commencement of the program
  • To raise invoice email request along with the GST & TAN No. to be sent to the Coordinator
  • Cheque/DD should be drawn in favour of UBM India private Limited.