Posted on : August 17, 2017, 1:30 pm
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Kuwait City : At American Society of Safety Engineers, (ASSE) Kuwait Chapter, we constantly strive to offer a range of hi-end services to enhance Skills & Knowledge of HSE Professionals in the Region. As part of our constant and on-going endeavour to add value to chapter Members knowledge profile with variety of different Training Sessions, it is our privilege to offer the third training Program of the term 2017-18 “Environmental & Social Impact Assessment” on 4th August 2017, at Kohinoor Training Hall in Fahaheel.
ASSE- Kuwait Chapter lead by Chairman Mr. Fadhel Al Ali, is a non- profit organization which always strives to excel in providing quality trainings and consultation in the field of Health Safety and Environment all across different public and private sectors in Kuwait.
Mr. Jahid Thakor, Acting chapter Secretary shared in the opening address briefed about chapter activities. Mr Muhammad Alamgir, President of ASSE Kuwait chapter welcomed the participants and enlightened the significance of the trainings programs and motivated HSE Professionals to keep them up-to-date with new Laws & Regulations. In his brief address he highlighted that, the training program is not only to get certification in the field of Health, Safety & Environment, but also to enhance knowledge and its implementation to improve the systems. Mr. Riaz Shareef Director Professional Development Conference (PDC) - 2017 presented an Overview of upcoming PDC in November 28th&29th 2017at Millennium Hotel Kuwait.
Mr. Adnan Yousaf, Head of Training Committee, in his brief address, shared that it’s the biggest ever training session in ASSE Kuwait Chapter history where more than 170 members participated and the Programme was awarded 0.4 CEUS along with Certificate for participation. He specially thanked ASSE Global Region Vice President Mr Ashok Garlapati for his presence in Training Programme and his encouragement and motivation to all Young HSE Professionals in region to become future Leaders. Mr. Adnan introduced the trainer Mr. Walid Amin Consulting Service Manager Wataniya Environmental Services Company.
Mr. Walid has extensive experience in providing environmental consulting services since 2001 who leads a group of environmental engineers and scientists, providing multi-discipline consulting services in Middle East. During session he provided an overview of ESIA process in state of Kuwait and explained fundamental of environmental tools, different stages of ESIA, Assessment methods, case studies in line with the K-EPA Regulations & International Practices.
As a token of appreciation Mr Walid was recognised with a memento by the ASSE Global Region Vice President Mr Ashok Garlapati, Chapter President. Mr Muhammad Alamgir, chapter Vice President Mr. Aamir Rasheed, Acting Secretary Mr. Jahid Thakor and, Head of Training Committee, Mr. Adnan Yousaf
Mr. Aamir Rasheed Vice President of ASSE Kuwait chapter in his closing Remarks thanked the trainer and congratulated the Training Committee Team for arranging such a historical Training Session. He also shared with members that Success is not a destination it’s a continues journey. He also thanked for all the participants for their interest shown towards HSE Trainings arrange by chapter. At the end of Program High Tea along with snacks was arranged. Details about the future events would be available to the members and community members through email firstname.lastname@example.org For more details, visit www.assekuwait.org
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