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Risk Management and Safety Seminar on
“Lessons Learnt from the Japan Nuclear Crisis – A Safety Practitioner's Perspective”
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|Representatives from Co-organisers presented souvenirs to Speaker Dr Vincent Ho (left-2).||HKARMS organised another full house event.|
Speaker Dr Vincent Ho
HKARMS, SRSO, IOSH (Hong Kong), HKOSHA, HKIUS, IMechE – Hong Kong Branch
RCPCE , Polytechnic University
Date: Wednesxday, 23 March 2011
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm (Registration starts after 6:30pm)
Venue: Y304, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Dr. Vincent Ho is the Chairman of HKARMS, and the Past Chairman of HKIE-Safety Specialist Committee and IOSH (Hong Kong). Vincent received his PHD in Nuclear Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, specialising in risk management and safety.
The Speaker will cover the following topics with an aim to foster cross-industry knowledge-sharing and a better understanding of the information provided by media:
Basic nuclear physics and reactor designs
Lessons learned from past major accidents
Events at Fukushima I and aftermath
Lessons learnt and discussion
The Speaker will discuss how to interpret information from media for this event, and the importance in giving out concise message during the onset of a crisis.
This seminar is free of charge and NO prior registration is required. Participant number is limited to 120 on a first-come-first-served basis. CPD certificate will be provided. For enquiries, please contact HKARMS at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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