KLRTC 28: Increasing Corporate Profitability and Sustainability Through Safety & 3Rs Program

Kuala Lumpur Regional Training Centre 28: December 5-6, 2013

Rapid urbanization and industrialization in many societies have resulted in changing of human livelihoods. The need for more material wealth also brings more waste, which causes problems of water pollution, air pollution and solid waste. Solid waste created by human activities is a growing fire hazard and serious problem for our environment.

The Kuala Lumpur Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government is leading the region by implementing a 2+1 system of waste management. This system collects mixed waste twice per week and sorted recyclables once per week. The KLRTC 28 seminar will greatly enhance the implementation of the Ministry’s policies and help the nation achieve a greener and more productive waste management system.

The seminar will focus on hotels, hospital, commercial complexes and high rise buildings from the point of safety and how the 3Rs, reduce, reuse, and recycle, can help mitigate financial losses.

This two-day seminar will greatly benefit all the local authorities nationwide as it will address common fire hazards in commercial buildings and will demonstrate how proper waste management systems can immediately mitigate these hazards while promoting safe and green values.

The Retailers Association, Fire Association and the Fire Department of Kuala Lumpur and other relevant agencies will be engaged to implement the safety and green aspects and also to create green recyclers in commercial complexes and high rise buildings.

Objectives:

  • Update on the latest Fire Hazards Abatement strategies and Effective control on waste resource recovery to maximize profits for owners
  • How to enhance safety in work place and create fire safety awareness through the efficient management of fire risks, waste recycling and fire certification
  • How to UPDATE your Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
  • Learn how to maximize your waste into resources and profits
  • Hands on Learning on how to identify the value of each waste
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