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Held on 7 to 9 September, the region's security, fire and safety industry is getting the fourth edition of IFSEC Southeast Asia 2016. During this time industry experts from around Southeast Asia will gather.
The IFSEC will be attended by more than 350 companies from 42 countries. The companies will range from CCTV, Access Control and Biometric, Perimeter Protection, Control Rooms, Home Automation, Cybersecurity and more. IFSEC Southeast Asia 2016 expects to attract more than 10,000 trade visitors from around the region.
IFSEC Southeast Asia received support from a number of government agencies and associations from Malaysia and other countries, which include Malaysia's Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry ofUrban Well-being, Housing and Local Government, Royal Malaysia Police, British Security Industry Association (BSIA), Asian Professional Security Association (APSA) Malaysia Chapter, ASIS Malaysia Chapter, CyberSecurity Malaysia, Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Malaysia, National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) United Kingdom and International Workplace (IW).
Six topics will be delivered by OSH international experts, such as David Sharp and Danny Cousins from IW, Anthony Wong from Singapore American School, Tim Chappell from Harrow International School, and more. Some of the topics offered are "Educational Travel Risk Management", "Fire Risk Assessment: Principle and Practice" and "Ensuring a Positive Safety Culture", and more.