Rao Nasir Mehmood

Director CIWCE

He did Electrical Engineering from Philippines and currently working as Safety Engineer at SAACIWCE. He has served the Labour and Human Resource Department for the last 20 years with a vast experience concerning occupational health and safety, besides, working at TEVTA for seven years. He has vast experience in the field of safety audits and inspections. He worked with ILO and many international firms regarding OSH. Recently he has successfully attended two weeks training courses on Occupational Safety and Health in Korea and Italy.

Mr. Arshad Mahmood

Project Director/Environmental Hygienist

Mr. Arshad Mahmood is M.Sc. Chemistry and served as chemist at SAACIWCE. Currently, he is environmental hygienist and heading a PMU on Occupational Safety and Health in the same office. He is lead auditor in LMS 17025, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18000, SA 8000 and ISO 9000: 2008, He has a vast experience of analysis of physical and chemical hazards at workplace. He also has an extensive experience of training at workplace on the issues of Occupational Health and Safety. He is working with international organizations and industries on EHS issues.

Mr. Ejaz Ahmad


Mr. Ejaz Ahmad has M.Phill degree in Analytical Chemistry and presently serving as Chemist at SAACIWCE. He is the Lead Auditor of ISO/IEC 17025:2005, OHSAS 18001:2007, ISO 9001:2008. He has vide experience of Compliance with national and international labor standards and trainings on OSH, GLPs, WHO chemical safety guidelines, ICH safety guidelines, OECD chemical safety guidelines & GHS for classification and labeling of chemicals. He has an extensive experience of analytical testing, risk assessment, analysis of physical and chemical hazards at workplace and advisory services in the areas of occupational safety and health. He is also working with different international organizations for campaign rising regarding prevention of accidents, curriculum development regarding occupational safety & health, promotion of prevention culture, vision zero and development of safer workplaces in Pakistan.