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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

Sponsored by:
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

The Speakers
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.

Programme highlights:
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.

Registration Contact:
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 vsho.hkarms@gmail.com .

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