Daniel Tang Kuok Ho

Daniel 
Daniel Tang Kuok Ho
MSc, BSc.
Lecturer

Contact Information:
Tel: +60 85 443939 Ext: 2516
Fax: +60 85 443838
Location: Skylark 3.L3.414
Email: daniel.tang@curtin.edu.my

Academic History

  • TAE Cert IV in Training and Assessment – 2013
  • M. Sc. Environmental Engineering (University of Nottingham) – 2006
  • B. Sc. Chemistry and Biology (Campbell University) – 2005

Professional Activities

Team leader/ Project coordinator/ Consultant for specific components for environmental projects listed in Attachment 1

Professional Membership

  • EIA Consultant, Department of Environment Malaysia, Reg. No. C0576
  • EIA Consultant (Field: Environmental Engineering, Environmental Management), Natural Resources and Environment Board, Reg. No. NREB/I/00806
  • Associate Member, Malaysian Institute of Chemistry, Reg. No. A/2982/5792/2010

Journal Publication:

  1. Factors Affecting Safety of Processes in the Malaysian Oil and Gas Industry, Journal of Safety Science, 2016.
  2. Integrating Fuzzy Expert System with Scoring System for Safety Performance Evaluation of Offshore Oil and Gas Platforms in Malaysia (manuscript submitted to the Journal of Expert System with Application)
  3. Evaluating Safety Performance of Malaysian Offshore Oil Platforms Using a Safety Performance Measurement Framework (manuscript submitted to the Journal of Safety Research)
  4. Co-existence of the State and Federal Environmental Impact Assessment Legislations in Sarawak, Malaysia – The implications and recommendations (manuscript submitted to the International Journal of Environment, Society & Space)

Conference Publication:

  1. Ecological Footprint Analysis of Electricity and Water Usage, the 33rd Annual Pan- Pacific Conference.
  2. Factors Affecting Safety Performance of Malaysian Offshore Plants and Their Correlations, the 4th International Conference on Advanced Manufacturing Technology.
  3. Perception of 2014 Semester 2 Foundation Engineering Students of Curtin University Sarawak on the Usage of Moodle for Learning, the 3rd International Conference on Higher Education Teaching and Learning

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