School of Engineering and Technology
Regional Head, Global EHS Asia Pacific and Japan, HP Inc
Shahul Hamid is a strategic‐thinking professional with great-depth of experiences in Enterprise Risk Management and EHS focused-people management. He has extensive experiences in performance and change management representation reporting at Board, Corporate level and Regional management. Shahul is currently the Regional Head responsible for Global EHS in Asia Pacific and Japan Region for HP Inc. In this role, he leads the region overseeing strategy, programs, and critical activities for 70 HP business entities sites with a team of 27 professional managers and specialist across the APJ region.
Prior to this, Shahul has worked regionally across Asia, Middle East and Europe as a professional Risk Management, Environmental, Safety and Health for various multi-national corporations namely Infineon Technologies, United Engineers Group, Abbott Laboratories, Standard Chartered Group and Asia’s largest telecommunication owned by Temasek Holdings. Shahul has held past position as Vice-President, Regional Director, where he plans and oversees the key strategies workplan, project management, programmes and enterprise business risk activities in the key areas of regulatory compliance, implementation of management system, international standards and good practices in an effective methodology to control of workplace business risk, hazards and protect the safety and health of the workforce.
He is a registered Lead Auditor with IRCA UK and have audited major companies within the Asia, Middle Eastern Regions and European Regions. Shahul is a member of the Institute of Engineers Singapore, Institute of Risk Management (IRM UK) and in 2012, Shahul is the finalist for Global Risk Professional of the Year 2012 selected by Institute of Risk Management UK. He graduated from Curtin University Australia and an avid traveller and social golfer. Shahul is married and has four children. Shahul is very involved in the Singapore community services for many years now, and in 2017 he was awarded voluntary community service long service medal. He has served as part of his community engagement in various National advisory council in capacities as Business Development Committee in Football Association of Singapore, Board Member in Compulsory Education Board, Ministry of Education, Council member in National Advisory Compass Council, Ministry of Education, Council Member in Singapore Kindness Movement Council-Ministry of Culture & Youth, District Councillor in North East Community District Council and member in School Advisory Committee.