The former Hong Kong Polytechnic
and Labour Department of Hong Kong Government
started to run jointly the Safety Officer Course in
1979. A group of graduates from the Course decided
to join together and hold regular meeting for
exchanging experience and ideas concerning
industrial safety. Hong Kong Industrial Safety
Association was formally established in 1982.
1.To enhance the awareness of the
industrial safety in Hong Kong through organizing
and participating various activities.
2.To upgrade the level and
standard of professionalism of its members through
organizing various activities.
3.To uphold the rights of its
4.To provide professional
recommendations to Government in regard to the
formulation of legislation or amendment of Ordinance
concerning industrial safety with an aim to upgrade
industrial safety standards in Hong Kong as well as
to uphold the rights of its members.
Activities organised by HKISA
include seminars, training courses and visits. An
internal newsletter is published periodically.
Joint activities are also
organised in association with Labour Department,
Occupational Safety & Health Council, Hong Kong
Polytechnic University Industrial centre and other
related professional bodies.
HKISA also actively participates
and supports programmes, activities and social
events concerning occupational safety
HKISA is a non-profit making
organisation. Most of its funding comes from
subscription and donation. Its activities are in