Aramco senior VP to speak at key conference
Brussels, September 22, 2011
Senior Vice President, Industrial Relations of Saudi Aramco, Abdulaziz F Al- Khayyal, will be a keynote speaker at the Asis 3rd Middle East Security Conference and Exhibition to be held in Dubai in February.
The event will be held between February 19 and 21.
Asis International president Raymond T. O'Hara, said: “Asis International is extremely pleased with the support of Saudi Aramco to the programme of our Middle East Security Conferences. Al-Khayyal’s contribution will constitute an important added value to the educational programme of the ASIS 3rd Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition.”
As head of the industrial relations business line, Al-Khayyal is responsible for many of the company’s most vital support operations, including human resources and training, safety and security, government and public relations, community services, and medical services.
He joined the company in 1981 as an engineer and has since held a variety of managerial positions in oil and gas operations and maintenance for different companies. He was appointed to the board of directors of Saudi Aramco in 2004 and to PetroRabigh in 2005.
At the exhibition, Al-Khayyal will discuss the development of organisational resilience through international standards and guidelines.
The Asis exhibition will cover a wide range of security issues in 33 high-level educational sessions divided over 3 parallel tracks.
Registration of delegates opens at the end of October and special rates apply to representatives from government, police and military authorities.
The 2012 conference has been made possible through the sponsorship of Nasatka Security, Garda World, ADT and numerous exhibiting companies. – TradeArabia News Service
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