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Workshop on Epidemiological & Statistical Principles on Workplace Health & Well-being

PDUs (Pending)

SDUs (Pending)

Dates of Training: TBC (2019)


At the end of the course, participants are expected to have a basic understanding of the role of occupational epidemiology; know the importance in developing a health monitoring system in workplace; know the limitations of epidemiological impact on workplace health and well-being


Directors, Managers, Executives, Engineers, Supervisors, as well as Workplace Safety & Health / Health / Hygiene Professionals 


Time  Subjects
0900 Fundamental principles and concepts of epidemiology
1045 Study design and data collection
1130 Statistical principles and data analysis
1200 Applications & Limitations of Epidemiological Studies


Ms. Lee Nga Lan, BA, MPhil

Ms. Lee obtained her Master Degree in Medical Science from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1997. She also holds the post-graduate qualifications of Diploma in Occupational Hygiene, and Diploma in Epidemiology & Applied Statistics awarded by The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Ms. Lee started her career in the Hong Kong Workers' Health Centre in 1988. She worked as a Resource Centre Coordinator, and her roles and duties included organizing an occupational safety and health resource centre, producing related publications and media, conducting exhibitions and promotional events. In 1992, Ms. Lee joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong to do Research & Development (R&D) works. Her roles and duties included field survey, designing quesionnaire, interviewing study subjects, health screening, gas monitoring, noise monitoring, data collecting, data analyzing, report writing, and conducting health monitoring programs. Ms. Lee had led and/or involved in a number of R&D projects in relation to community health and occupational health. To name a few, such projects included:
1) Factors associated with the utilization of traditional Chinese medicine in a small town in Hong Kong
2) Health Care Needs in the Tai Po district of Hong Kong: Initial indications from a Population-based study
3) Report of a survey on the Health Service Needs and Supply in Tai Po district of Hong Kong
4) Neurological symptoms among printing workers exposed to mixtures of organic solvents in Hong Kong
5) The assessment of external exposure and internal dose among lead workers


For registration of the course, please email the particulars (FULL NAME IN BLOCK LETTERS, EMAIL ADDRESS, MOBILE NUMBER, COMPANY NAME) to Harry Ho at harryho@a-sksafety.com. Certificates of successful completion will be issued. For enquiry, feel free to contact Harry Ho at 8766 2966 or harryho@a-sksafety.com.  

PAYMENT (including light refreshments during morning break)

IOSH / IES / IFE / SLP / SISO Members: S$150.00 per person
Others: S$180.00 per person

Please send the cheque payable to "A-SK Safety Pte Ltd" to Block 167 Jalan Bukit Merah #06-12 Singapore 150167 (Attention: Harry Ho). Alternatively, payment can be made on the day of the course before the commencement of the training. 

A-SK Safety Pte Ltd reserves all rights to make any changes of the workshop or cancel the workshop due to unforseen circumstances. In case the workshop was cancelled, the paid fees will be refunded.   

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