June 06, 2017
The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China is delighted to invite you to our next CSR Club concerning the safety at work and the 13th plan.
In hazardous jobs, workers require an extra degree of protection to mitigate the inherent risk of injury. With the economic growth slowing down, whether China should keep a high proportion of high-risks industries or not seems to be the challenge. The population feels more concerned by health problems due to work activity. However tools, information and inspection capability are still insufficient. Chinese government now shows high emphasis and is seriously engaged to raise awareness of safe development across the society. It possesses different means to enforce safety at work and shows its ability to offer better condition to protect its working force.
During this session of the Corporate Social Responsibility Club, Liu Jia, Deputy-Director for international cooperation initiatives and technological exchange, will share her insights on the challenges and the opportunities China is facing with members of the club and offers his unique perspective on the topic.
About the speaker
Ms. Liu Jia is currently Deputy-Director for international cooperation initiatives and technological exchange, a division of the National Center for International Cooperation in Work Safety, the State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS). She received her MSc in Engineering Management from the School of Engineering Management at the Brunel University, UK. Since joining NCICS in 2002, Liu’s work has focused on issues of international cooperation in the fields of energy, safety and health at work including coal and non-coal mining, manufacturing, chemicals, construction etc.. She has also developed some pilot initiatives in local coal-mine and chemical companies with joint efforts of transnational giants facilitating the upgrade of conceptions in safety and health management, industrial technology and equipment.
Date: 6th of June 2017
Time: from 8:30 am to 10:00 am
Venue: CCI France Chine Beijing Office
Fee: free, only for CCI France-Chine's Members
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