Half-day Seminar on 'CHEMICAL BURNS MANAGEMENT ' STOPPING INCIDENTS FROM BECOMING ACCIDENTS'
Posted On : 8th May 2017

ICC in cooperation with HSE Solutions Pvt. Ltd.(a member-company of ICC)is organizing Half-day Seminar on "CHEMICAL BURNS MANAGEMENT "STOPPING INCIDENTS FROM BECOMING ACCIDENTS"on Friday, 26May 2017.The venue of the Seminar is Studio-99, HOTEL TIP TOP PLAZA, 4th Floor, Between Mulund Check Naka & Teen Haath Naka, L. B. S. Marg, Thane - 400 604. Seminar will be from 9.00 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.,and followed by lunch.

OBJECTIVE

The Seminar will throw light on industrial chemical accidents and their consequences, on traditional first Aid methods and the evolution of new innovative products. Because we believe in empowering the employees through proactive safety measures eloquently put up by the Responsible Care initiative.

Detailed program of the Seminar is as follows:

09.00 a.m.-
09.30 a.m.

Registration

INAUGURAL SESSION

09.30 a.m.-
10.00 a.m.

Welcome

Inauguration &Address by Chief Guest:
DR. SUNIL KESWANI
Renowned Plastic surgeon, Head of India's reference hospital for burns "NATIONAL BURNS CENTER"Airoli, Navi Mumbai

Vote of Thanks

10.00 a.m.
10.15 a.m.

TEA / COFFEE BREAK

PRESENTATIONS

10.15 a.m.
10.45 a.m.

A medical perspective to chemical burns &Case Studies

Dr. Parag Kulkarni
Consultant Doctor with several Major Pharma Cos

10.45a.m.
11.00a.m.

Question and Answers

11.00 a.m.
11.30 a.m.

Chemical Burns, Accidents, Consequences

Mr. Grégoire Berri
Prevor, France

11.30 a.m.-
12.00 noon

First Aid Solutions & PH Experiment

Mr. Grégoire Berri
Prevor, France

12.00noon -
12.30 p.m.

Experience in Chemical Lesion Management

Dr. Steve Jeffery

12.30 p.m.-
01.00 p.m.

Risk Assessment, Testimonials, Good Practices & Round Table with Doctors

01.00 p.m. -
01.30 p.m.

Interactive Discussions

01.30 p.m. -

LUNCH

WHO SHOULD ATTEND ?

Seminar could be attended by:

  • Plant Heads(because chemical splashes lead to a stop of production)
  • Medical officers(because chemical splashes have serious potential health consequences)Safety Heads(because work-loss due to chemical burns impacts safety performances)
  • Lab heads(because chemical splash on a key researcher may compromise the delivery of an R&D project), etc.

Kindly note that there is no REGISTRATION FEESfor the Seminar. However, since seats are limited, registration will be strictly on "First Come First Served Basis"and only 3 representatives from one company will be accepted.

Please confirm participation as per the enclosed Reply Form and send it to ICC - Mumbai Office E-mail: iccmumbai@iccmail.in on or before WEDNESDAY, 24 MAY 2017

CLICK HERE TO VIEW REPLY FORM IN PDF FILE

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