Organised by the Singapore Standards Council and Enterprise Singapore on 20 October 2022, the Standards Forum aims to share the latest on sustainability trends and sustainable manufacturing, as well as how adopting standards can support manufacturers in implementing Industry 4.0 technologies and boosting their sustainability efforts along the value chain.
Global sustainability landscape and applicability of standards to the sustainability movement
Ms Choy Sauw Kook
Director-General (Quality & Excellence) of Enterprise Singapore
What are the global sustainability trends and how can standards help to address climate change? How are companies integrating sustainability into their businesses using standards? Find out how Singapore is working on national climate goals and strategies to meet net zero through Singapore Green Plan 2030 and standards developed to support it in this keynote address.
Drivers of sustainability and key standards in manufacturing
Prof Yeoh Lean Weng
Chief Sustainability Officer of A*STAR
In this presentation, Prof Yeoh Lean Weng talks about the importance of sustainability for businesses and manufacturing. Find out more about how the future of manufacturing can be sustainable through the use of green materials, sustainable products, clean energy, green processes and energy efficiency in key sectors with new standards for sustainability.
Industry perspective on sustainable manufacturing
Dr Mok Hon Yong
Chief Strategy Officer of Onn Wah Tech
In this presentation, Dr Mok talks about the sustainable practices undertaken by a local manufacturing SME for the past few years and the outcomes. Find out more about how standards and frameworks can help an organisation achieve its goals through consistent review, evaluation and improvement of its performance in environmental, social and governance aspects.
Sustainability context for manufacturers in US
Ms KC Morris
Group Leader of US National Institute of Standards and Technology
In this presentation, Ms Morris shares on the sustainability journey for manufacturers in US. Find out more about sustainable manufacturing in a circular economy, smart manufacturing opportunities and international standards that help digital and sustainable manufacturing.
[Panel 1] - The journey towards business sustainability
Moderator: Dr Bo Huang, Associate Partner of McKinsey & Company
Prof Yeoh Lean Weng, Chief Sustainability Officer of A*STAR
Dr Mok Hon Yong, Chief Strategy Officer of Onn Wah Tech
Ms Lynn Loh, Regional Head (Sustainability) of Hewlett-Packard
Ms Wong Sok Mei, Vice President of UL Solutions
Find out how businesses can re-evaluate their practices and take the first step towards green transition. In this panel discussion, the experts answer questions such as navigating standards in sustainability, challenges and opportunities for manufacturing companies and preparing the workforce for the push towards sustainability.
Industry 4.0 Solutions Driving Sustainability (Factory Floor)
Mr Gerry Ong
Managing Director of SMT Technology
In this presentation, Mr Ong shares SMT’s experience with Industry 4.0 transformations at the factory floor driving sustainability. Find out more on the importance of industry transformation, different types of I4.0 solutions, advanced manufacturing and how international standards can be used for smart manufacturing. Mr Ong also shares case studies on organisations that transformed and the benefits realised.
Industry 4.0 Solutions Driving Sustainability (Supply Chain & Consumer)
Mr Willson Deng
CEO of Arcstone
In this presentation, Mr Deng shares on the importance of manufacturing sustainability as well as the supply chain processes of sustainability. Find out what is happening deeper into the facility on the day-to-day activities and across the supply chain, how to improve on these processes through data, transparency, trust and visibility across the supply chain and to the end customers. Mr Deng also shares a case study on operational efficiency and sustainability equivalent improvements.
[Panel 2] – Industry 4.0 and Sustainability working hand-in-hand
Moderator: Dr John Yong, Chairman of Manufacturing Standards Committee under Singapore Standards Council
Mr Gerry Ong, Managing Director of SMT Technology
Dr Antonio Feraco, Vice-President (Digital Services) & Managing Consultant (Industry 4.0) of TUV SUD
Mr Kelvin Tan, Vice-President (Quality Assurance & Regulatory Affairs) of Racer Technology
Mr Steven Tan, Senior Specialist of Singapore Polytechnic
Find out how businesses can prepare themselves in this new age of digitalisation and sustainability. In this panel discussion, the experts answer questions such as importance of management and workforce buy-in, possible frameworks for businesses which have not started on their digitalisation and sustainability journey as well as sharing of experience by company that has undergone this journey.