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The Society was established by a decision of the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs No. (9) of the year 1979 to licensing in the establishment of the Health Assembly Public Safety issued on 20 / February 1979 m by virtue of the license for the associations and clubs for the year 1959, the law was re-recorded by a decision of the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs No. (3) for the year 1991 on licensing reregister Health Assembly and safety of 2 / January 1991 m by virtue of Legislative Decree No. (21) of the year 1989 by issuing associations and social and cultural clubs and private bodies working in the youth and sports institutions own field of law.
The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS), the Chartered Society of Worker Health Protection, is a science-based, charitable body that provides information, expertise and guidance in the recognition, control, and management of workplace health risks. Founded in 1953, it is one of the largest occupational hygiene societies in Europe and the only professional society representing qualified occupational hygienists in the UK.
Bahrain Occupational Health Association is non-profitable organization founded in October 2004 by doctors and allied groups of specialists in the field of Occupational Health. under the umbrella of the Bahrain Medical Society. Our main concern is the effect of work and the workplace on the workers’ health, the promotion of health, guiding and supporting. managements to set up proper occupational health policies and an optimal working environment for workers in the workplace.
As a learned and professional society, established for over 60 years, BOHS provides internationally recognised qualifications, scientific conferences, membership services and publications and has 1400 members across 45 countries and numerous fields of worker health.
The Faculty of Occupational Hygiene within BOHS is recognised internationally as a significant professional examination and qualification body and plays a vital role in developing and maintaining the professional standards of its practitioners.
CCPS is a not-for-profit, corporate membership organization within AIChE that identifies and addresses process safety needs for a variety of facilities involved with handling, storing, using, or processing, and transporting hazardous materials.
CCPS brings together manufacturers, government agencies, consultants, academia, and insurers to lead the way in improving industrial process safety.
CCPS member companies, working in project subcommittees, define and develop useful, time-tested guidelines that have practical application within the industry. The project topics run the gamut of areas important to manufacturers and range from human factor issues to qualitative and quantitative risk analysis to security vulnerability to inherently safer design. With over 100 publications to date, CCPS remains at the forefront of issues relevant to the industry.
Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC) is a non profit organization dedicated to promoting clean energy including renewables, energy efficiency, smart grid, energy storage and clean energy technology and solutions for the environmental sector. Established in 2008 by a group of leading institutions, companies and individuals who recognised the potential for a clean energy revolution in the MENA region, the CEBC creates a forum for stakeholders to come together to exchange ideas, share information and facilitate projects. CEBC provides a platform to further dialogue between the public and private sectors to develop much needed policy and regulation to help drive the implementation of clean energy across the MENA region. CEBC’s mission is to establish a leading forum for companies and government entities focused on the development and deployment of clean energy in the MENA region and to promote the clean energy industry beginning to flourish in the region, informing the wider community of the benefits of the sector. We support and assist governments, industry and the community in the region to meet low carbon targets and sustainability goals, and through collaboration with government agencies and other stakeholders we aim to drive policy development and regulation and financing of this rapidly developing and exciting sector.
The Energy Institute (EI) is the chartered professional membership body bringing global energy expertise together.
We gather and share essential knowledge about energy, the skills that are helping us use it more wisely, and the good practice that keeps it safe and secure.
We articulate the voice of energy experts, taking the know-how of around 20,000 members and 250 companies from 120 countries to the heart of the public debate
And we’re an independent, not-for-profit, safe space for evidence-based collaboration, an honest broker between industry, academia and policy makers.
IIRSM is an educational charity and professional body for those responsible for managing risk in all its forms. We are independent and speak freely, championing risk management to drive positive change for both employee and organisational wellbeing. We do this through setting standards, connecting people and organisations, and providing practical education, training, advice and resources.
We have a community of 8000+ globally, representing all risk disciplines from compliance, environmental management, health and safety, insurance, internal audit, quality management, security, project management and more.
IIRSM’s members are recognised for the essential role they play in protecting people, profits and reputations. Watch IIRSM’s Story so Far here and find out more at www.iirsm.org
IPIECA is the global oil and gas industry association for advancingenvironmental and social performance. We believe that energy is at the centre of almost every global opportunity and challenge the world faces today, and our vision is for an oil and gas industry whose operations and products meet society’s environmental and social performance expectations.
IPIECA convenes a significant portion of the oil and gas industry across the value chain, bringing together the expertise of oil and gas companies and associations to develop, share and promote good practice and knowledge.
IPIECA is a not for profit associationandis the only global association involving both the upstream and downstream oil and gas industry. It is also the industry’s principal channel of engagementwith the United Nations.
IPIECA’s 45 years of experience provides a baseline of trust for stakeholders and member companies.
The International Federation is dedicated towards reducing the risk of accidents when using MEWP & MCWP equipment. Established in 1983 promoting safety throughout all industry sectors, as a federation IPAF stands not for profit where developing industry standards is the key.
The main purpose of IPAF is to promote the ‘’Safe & Effective’’ use of MEWPs worldwide!
Throughout the Middle East we strive forward raising the standard of MEWP & MCWP operators, develop training providers and support local government sectors. Training more than 45,000 MEWP operators over the past 5 years in the Middle East alone.
Within our Middle East development, the new IPAF Inspection module and service technician training programs are set to support another level of competency training encouraging local Omani professionals get involved with our business creating opportunities for employment.
The International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) is the voice of the global upstream industry. Oil and gas continue to provide a significant proportion of the world’s energy to meet growing demands for heat, light and transport. Our Members produce 40% of the world’s oil and gas. They operate in all producing regions: the Americas, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, the Caspian, Asia and Australia. We serve industry regulators as a global partner for improving safety, environmental and social performance. We also act as a uniquely upstream forum in which our Members identify and share knowledge and good practices to achieve improvements in health, safety, the environment, security and social responsibility.
KSE is a Non Govermental Orgnaization (NGO) , professional and independent, representing the engineers in Kuwait. It provides services that support the profession, engineer and community. It stimulates human resources, invests professional expertise, adopts scientific research, transfers and uses modern technology, creates a healthy environment that encourages innovation and activates the spirit of participation and volunteering. Flexibility in performance through systematic and continuous institutional work stemming from the ethics of the profession and the motivation to belong to the nation and loyalty to the nation and compassion for humanity to achieve comprehensive sustainable development of a better life.
MEGA is registered as a non-profit Association based in Dubai, UAE. It aims to foster the exchange of technical information among its members in the safe handling and use of industrial, specialty, medical and food gases. Furthermore to have close liaison with national authorities, in order to work towards the highest level of safety and environmental care across the Middle East region.
MEGA is technical and safety oriented and brings together the globally and locally operating companies in the Middle East region with the objective to raise the standard of safety and environmental care across this region in the use and handling of Industrial Gases.
The Middle East Gases Association (MEGA) was established in 2010 by the leading Industrial Gases companies operating in the Middle East region.
MEGA works in co-operation – based on mutual memberships - with the other regional associations, namely, AIGA (Far East), ANZIGA (Australia & New Zealand), EIGA (Europe), SACGA (Southern Africa) and ISO(Global) .It participates in the harmonization of standards across the gas industry on a global level via the other regional gases associations.
OSRL has grown significantly in the recent years not only geographically but also in the diversity of our employees. Having a common set of values will guide our everyday behaviours and interactions internally and externally. They help define what we stand for and how we manage our business. These 5 cornerstone values resonate and agree with our culture and behaviours we would like to portray. Read More
Oman Society of Engineers (OSE) is a non-governmental and non-for-profit organization established in 2001 by a Ministerial Decision No. 186/2001. The Society seeks to advance all matters related to engineers, as a profession, in Oman. The Society is serving the engineering community and contributing to the development of Oman. The Society is open for all engineering disciplines and to both Omani and expatriate engineers working in Oman. The Society is run by volunteers from diverse organizations and industries. It is governed by a constitution and is run on non-profit basis with training programs and other activities as well as sponsorship fees as the main revenue sources. It's set objectives and strategy include regulating engineering. practices & supporting the need & rights of engineers, contributing to the industrial & architectural development of Oman, working towards strengthening scientific & technical ties with all engineers in Oman, in the region and internationally. OSE provides training, promote engineer’s professional development schemes in the Sultanate, and provides and environmental for networking, exchanging the knowledge and strengthening the relationships between members.
In its full form, RECSO spells the Regional Clean Sea Organisation. As the title clearly indicates, RECSO is an oil industry co-operative organisation functioning on the concept of "mutual aid".
The Regional Clean Sea Organisation (RECSO) is a non-profit environmental organization with a genuine objective to accomplish a “Cleaner and Safer Environment”.
RECSO was founded in 1972 by regional oil companies for the sole purpose of protection the Gulf waters from pollution, especially oil spill under a mutual aid concept. The members today consist of all major oil and shipping companies in the region.
EJAAD platform was established as a partnership with the private sector in January 2018, in cooperation between the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, and Petroleum Development Oman Company. More than 66 organizations from the industrial, academic and government sectors currently participate in the platform. Which works together to promote scientific research and innovation and form an effective research and development partnership for a knowledge-based economy. Most of the platform’s activities are based on applied research and commercialization of the outputs of these research projects. EJAAD focuses on 8 research areas, namely: oil and gas, energy, renewable energy Water, Environment, Logistics, Bioeconomy, Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence.