Date: 21 January 2021 (Thursday)
Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm
Venue: Webinar via Zoom
Organization: HKIE Building Services Division (BSD) and Safety Specialist Committee (SSC)
The seminar will provide an excellent opportunity for the participants to learn about how safety works in two independent lift cars operating in one shaft. Growing urbanization leads to the increasing demand for smarter and more efficient passenger vertical transportation solutions. Traditionally, lift manufacturers develop technologies to despatch lifts more effectively and develop lift with higher speed. Besides, engineers challenged the status quo to have only one lift running in a single shaft. Lift transportation has then emerged from the operation of single car to double deckers, then to TWIN where two lift cars operate independent in a lift shaft. This innovative solution arises special interests to practitioners and stakeholders on the design of the system to ensure the two lift cars do not crash with each other. The presentation will be conducted in Cantonese supplemented by English terminology.
Dr. Andy CHAN graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and acquired his Master of Business, Master of Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy in Australia. Andy has engaged in lift and escalator industry for the last 35 years and is currently the CEO, South East Asia of thyssenkrupp Elevator, managing 9 countries or locations. Being a practitioner in the industry, Andy has been appointed by the Hong Kong SAR Government as the member of the Disciplinary Board under Lift and Escalator Ordinance and Appeal Board under Builder’s Lift Ordinance. He is committee members of Innovation and Productivity Improvement, as well as DfMA (Design for Manufacturing and Assembly) of Federation of Electrical and Mechanical Council that act as the consultative arm for the HK SAR Government. Andy is also lecturer in the Hong Kong University.
Electronic copy of CPD Certificate will be delivered to participants (who have attended for more than half of the session) within one month after the online forum conducted.
Priority will be given to members of HKIE BSD and SSC. Vacancy will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. The maximum number of participants is 500. For registration, please click here. Successful members will be notified by an e-mail with a meeting link few days before the event.
For ease of effective communication in the forum, we would be very grateful if you would enter your HKIE membership number and name (same as registration name) when joining the online session.
The original flyer can be found here.