Overview of ARHCW 2018

The Asia Remote Health & Corporate Wellness Conference came back for its seventh consecutive year. This year, leading experts in the fields of health and well-being, risk management, and travel security gathered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to bring you the 2018 edition - how investing in Health, Security and Risk Management will lead to Corporate Resilience and Sustainability for your organisation.

A View of ARHCW 2018

Agenda for ARHCW 2018

Time Grand Ballroom A - Event Details Grand Ballroom B - Event Details
08:30 AM - 09:00 AM

REGISTRATION 

09:00 AM - 12:30 PM

[Grand Ballroom 1]
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE SUSTAINABILITY AGENDA TO DRIVE YOUR RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS

Richard Welford Chairman, CSR ASIA
Sunita Devi Sustainability Communication Consultant, Devcom Trends
Dr Philippe Guibert Regional Medical Director, Consulting Services, Asia, International SOS

Best practices of aligning such initiatives into this agenda will aim at demonstrating the value it brings to your organisation.

  • Setting the scene: context, trends and international frameworks
  • The business case for Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility
  • The concept of Creating Shared Value and the design of shared value initiatives (with case studies of relevant best practice)
  • In practice: Aligning health, safety and security initiatives to the broader sustainability agenda

Audience: Sustainability Leads, HSE Leads

09:00 AM - 12:30 PM

[Grand Ballroom 2]
MASS CASUALTY INCIDENT (MCI) MANAGEMENT 

Dr Grant Logan Regional Medical Director, ConocoPhillips, Asia Pacific & Middle East
Dr Fatahul Laham Mohamed Emergency Physician & Head of Department of A&E, Hospital Sultana Bahiyah
Dr David Teo Regional Medical Director, Asia, International SOS

This workshop, consisting of practical hands-on sessions, will cover the following topics:

  • Definition of Mass Casualty
  • Planning for MCI Response
  • Triaging and Labelling of casualties (including hands-on session)
  • Introduction to Onsite Management (including hands-on session)
  • Priority for Evacuation

Audience:  HSE Leads, Medical Personnel
Attire: Comfortable attire for mobility during hands-on sessions, trousers recommended

 

[Four Seasons Ballroom A]
THE PILLARS FOR MEDICAL RISK MANAGEMENT AT SEA

Mary Ellen Gornick Senior Vice President, Global Products, Workplace Options

Dr Rodrigo Rodriguez Medical Director, NCD, International SOS

Dr Olivier Lo Group Medical Director, Occupational Health Services, International SOS

A practical master class for Shore based managers and Masters for managing medical and mental health incidents at sea.

  • Best practice guidance(s) for managing medical emergencies on board
  • How to remain fit & well on a vessel? Implementing wellness programmes for seafarers
  • Dealing with emotional crisis & health support on board a vessel: How to identify, assess and contain a situation involving a seafarer

Audience: Ships Masters, Captains, Fleet Managers, Crewing Managers, HSSE Directors, Operations Managers

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

LUNCH & REGISTRATION 

2:00 PM - 5:30 PM

[Grand Ballroom 1]
CRISIS SIMULATION

Dr Philippe Guibert Regional Medical Director, Consulting Services Asia, International SOS
Aditya Luthra Security Director, Security Solutions APAC, International SOS & Control Risks

What do you do when a crisis strikes? In this highly interactive masterclass, participants will go through a simulation exercise to manage an escalating crisis scenario and learn:

  • Decision-making with a Crisis Management Team (CMT)
  • Stakeholder management
  • How to prepare your CMT and employees for a real crisis

Audience: Security, Risk, Medical Directors, HSE Leads

[Four Seasons Ballroom A]
THE ABCs OF BUILDING A WELLNESS PROGRAM IN YOUR ORGANISATION 

Dr Greg Jakubowski Regional Medical Director, Corporate Solutions Asia, International SOS
Dr Rahul Kalia Medical Director, Medical Services India, International SOS
Dr Rodrigo Rodriguez Medical Director, NCD, International SOS

Dr Feisul Idzwan Mustapha Consultant Public Health Physician and Deputy Director (NCD), Disease Control Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia

Dr. Rohini Kamalanathan VH Sr. Director Health & Wellness/Asia Medical Clinics Asia Pacific

Masliza Mansor Human Resources Director, First Solar Malaysia Sdn. Bhd

Chetna Arora Qualcomm India

Participants will:

  • Be able to define wellness & specific drivers for a wellness programme
  • Be exposed to the process of building a business case for a wellness programme
  • Learn the 5-step process of building a sustainable wellness programme & building blocks required
  • Hear real life testimonials from key clients on challenges & successes of wellness programmes
  • Be given a White Paper on how to build a wellness programme, with contributions from the Ministry of Health Malaysia, PERKESO Malaysia & International SOS Foundation

Audience: HR Managers, Benefits Managers, EHS Managers (light manufacturing), Medical Directors (IT & Financial sectors)

2:00 PM - 5:30 PM

[Four Seasons Ballroom B]
HYPERBARIC AND MCI

Dr Jean Yves Massimelli Medical Advisor & QHSE Director, Ultra Deep Subsea Pte Ltd
Dr Philip Bryson Medical Director Diving Services, Iquarus

This workshop will address:

  • DMAC update and latest news
  • The medical screening of divers
  • An Audit of International SOS Dive med calls – What can we learn?
  • Resuscitation in the Diving Bell and Evacuation

Audience: HSE Leads, Medical Directors in Subsea & Military Industries

[Grand Ballroom 2]
MENTAL RESILIENCE IN THE CORPORATE WORLD

Dr Jo Holdaway Consultant Psychiatrist & Medical Director Mental Health Service, International SOS
Dr Andrew Mohanraj Consultant Psychiatrist & President, Malaysian Mental Health Association

This workshop will be delivered in three parts:

  • Overview of mental health & mental resilience – financial & business costs
  • Sharing of challenges, opportunities and current solutions
  • Addressing of issues on the international stage & potential adaptations for participants

Audience: HR Leads, Wellness Leads, Education Leads