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15th NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH CONGRESS

“Sustaining Decent Work through Occupational Safety and Health”

17 – 18 November 2016

OSHC Complex, Diliman, Quezon City

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TIME

PLENARY 1: Strengthening Occupational Safety and Health in Decent Work

 

Venue: OSHC Auditorium

Moderator: Maria Beatriz V. Villanueva, MD, MOH, PhD, Occupational Safety and Health Center

17 November 2016

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

1.  Ensuring Decent Work Through Policies Addressing Safety and Health Concerns In All Workplaces

 Exec. Dir. Ma. Teresita S. Cucueco, MD, CESO III

Occupational Safety and Health Center

2.  Promoting the Safety and Health of Young Workers: Opportunities for the Philippines 

Ms. Katherine B. Brimon

International Labour Organization Country Office for the Philippines

3.  Workers’ Participation as a Key Ingredient to Sustaining Decent Work through Occupational Safety and Health 

Mr. Julius H. Cainglet

Federation of Free Workers

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LUNCH

DATE

TIME

SIMULTANEOUS SESSIONS

17 November 2016

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

 

Session 1: Occupational Safety and Health Programs That Work 

Venue: OSHC Auditorium

Moderator: Engr. Concepcion T. Sto. Tomas

Occupational Safety and Health Center

Session 2: Ensuring Safe and Healthy Working Conditions: Updates on OSH Laws, Standards and Guidelines

Venue: 2nd Floor, Training Room 2A

Moderator: Edmyr M. Macabulos, MD, MPH, DPCOM

Philippine College of Occupational Medicine

Session 3: Working Conditions and Situations

 

Venue: 3rd Floor, Training Room 3A

Moderator: Vivien Fe F. Fadrilan-Camacho, MD, MPH, FPAFP

University of the Philippines Manila-College of Public Health

Session 4: SafeYouth@Work

 

 

Venue: 2nd Floor, Training Room 2B

Moderator: Ms. Katherine B. Brimon

International Labour Organization Country Office for the Philippines

1.  HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control in the Workplace: The Maynilad Experience

Engr. Rogelio V. Mendoza Jr.

Maynilad Water Services, Inc.

 

2.  The Knowles Journey to Employee Safety, Welfare, Wellness, and Environmental

Preservation

Engr. Oliver Z. Abelgas

Knowles Electronics (Phils.) Corporaton

 

3.  Sunpower Best OSH Practices

Engr. Bernadette E. Alvarez

SunPower Philippines Manufacturing Ltd. – Module Manufacturing

 

4.  Risk Management Approach to Work-Related Stress

Engr. Robert C. Rubina

Synerquest Management Consultancy Services, Inc.

1.  DOLE DO 154-16: Safety and Health Standards on the Use and Management of Asbestos in the Workplace

Ma. Imelda S. Santos, MD, MOH

Bureau of Working Conditions

 

2.  DOLE DO 160-16: Guidelines on the Accreditation of Consulting Organizations to Provide Work Environment Measurement (WEM) Services

Ms. Charlene S. Parafina, RMT

Occupational Safety and Health Center

 

3. Occupational Safety and Health of Fishers Onboard Commercial Fishing Vessels

Dir. Alvin B. Curada

Bureau of Working Conditions

 

4.  Update on Personal Protective Equipment Testing Standards

Engr. Ramon B. Fernando

Occupational Safety and Health Center

1.  Occupational Safety and Health Compliance in the Philippines

Engr. Kristine Carol S. Soriente

Bureau of Working Conditions

 

2. Situational Gaps and Issues in the National Occupational Health and Safety Legislative Framework

Paul Michael R. Hernandez, MD, MOH

University of the Philippines Manila-College of Public Health

 

3.  Domestic Violence (DV) at Home Affects Work and Workplaces: Key Findings of National Survey on the Impact of DV on Workers and in Workplaces in the Philippines

Mr. Rafael E. Mapalo

Trade Union Congress of the Philippines

 

4.  Protecting the Public from Nearby Construction Sites

Dulce P. Estrella-Gust, MD

ZAPOHS Consultancy Services

1.  OSH for Young Workers in the IT-BPM Industry

Micaela M. Defiesta, MD, MPS, CFP, FPCOM

Harte Hanks Philippines

 

2.  OSH for Young Workers in the Manufacturing Industry

Mr. Cecilio O. Seno III

Associated Labor Unions-National Youth Committee

 

3.  OSH for Young Workers in the Construction Industry

Engr. Michael D. Arguelles

EEI Corporation

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DATE

TIME

SIMULTANEOUS SESSIONS

17 November 2016

3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Session 5: Communicating Occupational Safety and Health

 

Venue: OSHC Auditorium

Moderator: Mr. German D. Eser Jr.

Occupational Safety and Health Center

Session 6: Making Occupational Safety and Health Systems Work

 

Venue: 2nd Floor, Training Room 2A

Moderator: Dir. Alvin B. Curada

Bureau of Working Conditions

Session 7: Instituting Occupational Safety and Health Through Voluntary Compliance

 

Venue: 3rd Floor, Training Room 3A

Moderator: Maria Beatriz G. Villanueva, MD, MOH, PhD

Occupational Safety and Health Center

1.  Use of Social Media in OSH Promotion

Ma. Gia B. Sison, MD. DPCOM

Global Telehealth, Inc.

 

2.  Challenges in Effective Workplace Safety and Health Training

Engr. Nomer A. Reynaldo

Association of Safety Practitioners of the Philippines, Inc.

 

3.  Event Safety Program in IBM-ASEAN/Korea

Engr. Edwin D. Dimacali

IBM Philippines, Inc.

1.  Making OSH Management Systems Work: The PSHM Perspective

Louie James L. Tan, MD

Perpetual Succor Hospital and Maternity, Inc.

 

2.  Thermaprime Drilling Corporation (TDC) Health Management System Standards

Rogelio V. Dazo Jr., MD, FPCOM

Thermaprime Drilling Corporation

 

3.  An Analysis of the Gaps in the National Infrastructure for Chemical Management System

Prof. Marian Fe Theresa C. Lomboy, RMT, MSc

University of the Philippines Manila-College of Public Health

 

4.  Status of Implementation of Occupational Safety and Health Policies and Programs in Selected Government Agencies Located in Metro Manila

Jehremias M. Florante, MD

Occupational Safety and Health Center

1.  Occupational Health and Safety of the Public Health Workers in the Philippines

Prof. Anna Priscilla B. Cadiz, RN, MOH

University of the Philippines Manila-College of Public Health

2.  Institutionalization of Occupational Safety and Health in the Department of Health

Clarito U. Cairo Jr., MD, DPCOM, FPSVI

Department of Health-Unyon ng mga Kawani ng Kagawaran ng Kalusugan Sentral

 

3.  WHO: Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing across the Western Pacific Region

Jason Triton D. Ligot, MD

World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific

 

4.  Correlates of Current Ergonomic Setup to the Development of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Among EAC Cavite Employees

Dean Roland L. Sardan, PTRP, MAEd

Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite

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TIME

PLENARY 2: Expanding Social Protection Coverage of the Informal Sector

 

Venue: OSHC Auditorium

Moderator: Exec. Dir. Stella Z. Banawis, Employees’ Compensation Commission

18 November 2016

8:30 AM – 10:00 AM

1.  Just Change on OSH for the Informal Economy

Ms. Susanita G. Tesiorna

National Anti-Poverty Commission – Workers in the Informal Sector

2.  Extension of Social Security Coverage to Workers in the Informal Economy

Ms. Ma. Nympha M. Ragel

Social Security System

3.  Towards Decent Work Agenda: Social Protection for the Informal Sector

 Mr. Cyrus C. Policarpio

Bureau of Workers with Special Concerns

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DATE

TIME

SIMULTANEOUS SESSIONS

18 November 2016

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

 

 

Session 8: Beating the Current Occupational Safety and Health Challenges

Venue: OSHC Auditorium

Moderator: Engr. Nomer A. Reynaldo

Association of Safety Practitioners of the Philippines, Inc.

Session 9: Occupational Safety and Health Challenges in Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response

Venue: 2nd Floor, Training Room 2A

Moderator: Engr. Hollis G. Fernandez

Safety Practitioners’ Organization-Cordillera Autonomous Region, Inc.

Session 10: Occupational Safety and Health for Vulnerable Sectors and Workers with Special Needs

Venue: 3rd Floor, Training Room 3A

Moderator: Mr. Julius H. Cainglet

Federation of Free Workers

1.  Comparative Study of the Occupational Exposure Limits on Noise and Airborne Contaminants Towards Updating the Philippine Occupational Safety and Health Standards

Ms. Evelyn C. Tandayu, RMT

Occupational Safety and Health Center

2.  Situational Analysis on the National Workplace Response on HIV and AIDS

Ms. Margaux F. Diaz-Sanguyo

Research Consultant, International Labor Organization

3.  The Progression of Accident in the Changing World of Work: Trends in Accident Prevention

Florife G. Prospero, MSERM

OSHNet XI

1.  Water Utility Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan

Engr. Conrado P. Soriano

Maynilad Water Services, Inc.

2.  Certificate of Competency

FSSupt. Jesus P. Fernandez, CESE, DSC

Bureau of Fire Protection

3. Trends, Challenges, and Best Practices in the Field of Emergency Preparedness and Response

Ms. Germaine Fay M. Ramirez

Metro Manila Development Authority

4.  Incident Command System

Mr. Alexander P. Villalon, EMT, CSP, CST, CSMS

Safety Center Company, Inc.

1.  Occupational Health Risk Among Miners in Benguet

Eleonor T. Baldo-Soriano, MD

Luke Foundation

2.  Occupational Health and Safety of the Informal Mining, Transport and Agriculture Sectors in the Philippines

Vivien Fe. F. Fadrilan-Camacho, MD, MPH, FPAFP

University of the Philippines Manila-College of Public Health

3.  Study on the Occupational Safety and Health Status of Contractors and Sub-contractors of Supermall and Supermarkets in the National Capital Region

Ms. Faith Carmela A. Relente

Occupational Safety and Health Center

4.  Hazards on the Job: A Study of OSH Conditions of Selected Self-Employed Workers in Quezon City

Reynold M. Sta Ana, MD

Occupational Safety and Health Center

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TIME

PLENARY 3: Filling the Gaps on Occupational Safety and Health for Contractual Workers

 

Venue: OSHC Auditorium

Moderator: Exec. Dir. Ma. Teresita S. Cucueco, MD, CESO III, Occupational Safety and Health Center

18 November 2016

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

PANELISTS:

 

1.  Dr. Ruben D. Torres

Trade Union Congress of the Philippines

 

2.  Atty. Rene Y. Soriano

Employers Confederation of the Philippines

 

3.  Asst. Regional Dir. Maria Consuelo S. Bacay

Department of Labor and Employment – National Capital Region

 

4.  Mr. Eros G. Zuñiga

Safety Organization of the Philippines, Inc.

 

 

 

 

 


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