Hazards Asia Pacific 2017
26 - 28 September 2017
ERM will be sponsoring IChemE's Hazards Asia Pacific 2017, as well as running a pre-conference workshop on Process Safety.
The HAZARDS symposium series have been run by the IChemE in the UK since the early 1960s. The aim of the symposium is to bring together the international process safety community to review best practice and latest developments in chemical and process safety. HAZARDS Asia Pacific (HAP) which had its inaugural launch in Kuala Lumpur in 011 is now widely recognised as one of Asia Pacific’s leading process safety conference.
ERM has been actively supporting the past three HAZARDS AP as we strongly believe the need to continually identify innovative and cost effective means to prevent and manage potential major hazards and associate major accident events through sound implementation of fundamental process safety principles. ERM aims to engage our Clients to rethink how best to reap the value of their investment in process safety initiatives particularly during current challenging market conditions.
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ERM at the conference
ERM is a one of the Bronze Sponsors for the event. Our Senior Partner Jye Yng will be running a pre-conference workshop to introduce ERM’s Process Safety assessment tool, called Diagnostic 360©. ERM’s Principal Partner, Christina Phang, is also the Chair of the HAP 2017 Organising Committee.
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Ir. Dr. Christina Phang is ERM’s Commercial Director for AP Technical Risk and is the Organising Chair for HAP 2017. Christina is a chartered Chemical Engineer and a Fellow of the IChemE, UK. She has 25 years of experience in safety and risk management predominantly spent working in the oil and gas sector. She is one of the first few in Malaysia to be awarded the Professional Process Safety Engineer recognition by the UK IChemE in 2015.
Ms. Jye Yng Voon is a Senior Partner at ERM with 20 years of experience in technical risk and process safety, primarily in the oil & gas, petrochemical and chemical industries. She works extensively in conducting process hazard analysis and assessing major accident events through formal safety assessments, functional safety assessments and demonstration of ALARP in HSE Cases for major capital projects as well as existing operating assets for offshore and onshore facilities in the Asia Pacific and Australia regions. Jye Yng has been working alongside Clients in addressing a wide range of challenges within their organisations.