MALAYSIAN LAWS ON OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ( 2 DAYS)
By Sean Balakridhnen - 25 & 26 October 2017
Kuala Lumpur
(100% Claimable From HRDF/PSMB)
INTRODUCTION

This 2 days training programme on the main laws in Occupational Safety and Health touches on the salient provisions of the main 2 Acts of Parliament i.e. The Factories And Machinery Act 1967 (F.M.A.) and the Occupational Safety And Health Act 1994 (O.S.H.A.). Besides the main laws the training will also deal with one regulation made under each law. The 1970 Safety, Health And Welfare Regulations under the F.M.A. and the 1996 Safety And Health Committee Regulations made under the O.S.H.A. will also be dealt with in detail.

It is a programme designed to create awareness of the 2 laws and to make employers understand the importance of compliance to the laws as the basis for creating a safe work environment at the workplace. The course also emphasizes on the responsibilities of both workers and employers towards achieving a zero-accident rate for mutual benefit in the employer-employee relationship. The aim of this training is to introduce the F.M.A. and the O.S.H.A. to participants so that they are able to contribute towards a safe work environment.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES
At the end of the program, participants will:
  • Be able to understand the responsibilities of employers and employees as well as be able to implement the requirements of the 2 laws and the regulations to enhance safety at the workplace
  • Be able to conduct safety campaigns and activities to create safety awareness at the workplace
  • Be able to understand the importance of the safety committee and this training will enable them to set up safety committees in accordance to the 1996 Safety Committee Regulations as well as conduct safety committee meetings effectively
WHO MUST ATTEND
This training programme is suitable for Safety Officers, Administrators, Human Resource Personnel, Executives as well as Managers of organizations who need to understand the basic provisions in the 2 main laws governing occupational safety at the workplace. Safety Committee members may also attend to familiarize themselves with their functions and duties
Duration

14 Hours, 2 Days.

COURSE OUTLINES :-
  1. FACTORIES & MACHINERY ACT 1967 – MAIN PROVISIONS
    • S.10 – Provisions Relating To Safety, Health & Welfare
    • S.12 – Persons Employed To Lift heavy Loads
    • S.13 – Provisions for Fire
    • S.20 – Duties Of Employees
    • S.21 – Duties Of occupier Of Premises
    • S.22 – Provisions Relating to Health
    • Activity 1
    • S.23 - Protection From Exposure To Elements
    • S.24 – Personal Protective Clothing & Appliances
    • S.25 – Relating To Welfare
    • S.26 – Training & Supervision Of Inexperienced Workers
    • Activity 2
    • S.31, 32, 33 – Notification Of Accident, Dangerous Occurrence & Disease
    • S.55 – Exemptions
  2. VIDEO SHOW
    • F.M. A.67 (Safety, Health & Welfare Regulations 1970)- Main Provisions
    • R.6 – Floors
    • R.7 – Access To Place Of Work
    • R.9 – Stairway
    • R.10 – Fixed Ladder
    • R.12 – Working At A Height
    • R.13 – Confined Spaces
    • R.15 – Containers For Volatile Inflammable Substances
    • R.16 – Precautions Against Ignition
    • R.20 – Stacking Of Material
    • R.21 - Safety Provisions In Case Of Fire
    • R.22 – Fire Fighting Appliances
    • R.23 - Cleanliness
    • R.24 - Space For Each Person
    • R.25 – Ventilation
    • R.26 – Air Cleanliness
    • R.27 – Partake Of Food Or Drink
    • R.28 – Temperature
    • R.29 – Lighting
    • R32 – Working Clothes, Personal Protective Equipment
    • R.33 – Dressing Room
    • R.34 – Drinking Water
    • R.38 – First Aid
  3. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ACT 1994 (O.S.H.A.) – Main Provisions Philosophy & Guiding Principles
    • S.4 – Objects Of The Act
    • S.15 – General Duties Of Employers
    • S.16 – Duty To Formulate Safety & Health Policy
    • S.17 – General Duties Of Employers To Persons Other Than Their Employees
    • S.19 – Penalties
    • S.20 – General Duties Of Manufacturers - Plants
    • S.21 – General Duties Of manufacturers – Substances
    • S.23 - Penalties
    • S.24 - General Duties Of Employees At Work
    • S.25 – Duty Not To Interfere Or misuse Things Provided
    • S.26 – Duty Not To Charge Employees
    • S.27 – Discrimination Against Employee
    • S.28 – Medical Surveillance
    • S.29 – Safety & Health Officer
    • S.30 – Establishment Of Safety & Health At Place Of Work
    • S.31 – Functions Of Safety & Health Committee
    • S.32 – Notification Of Accidents, Dangerous Occurrence, Occupational Poisoning, Occupational Diseases & Inquiry
    • Powers of a DOSH Officer – Sections 34, 35, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 48, 49, 51, 52
  4. VIDEO ON SAFETY
    • O.S.H.A. 1994 – Occupational Safety & Health (Safety & Health Committee Regulations 1996)
    • R.5 – Membership Of Committee
    • R.6 – Appointment Of Chairman
    • R.7 – Appointment Of Other Members
    • R.8 – Adequate Employee Representation
    • R.9 – Vacancy
    • R.10 – Removal Of Member
    • R.11 – Functions Of Committee
    • R.12 – Inspection Of Place Of Work
    • R.13 – Investigation Into Any Accident etc
    • R.14 – Actions To Be Taken On Report & Recommendation
    • R.15 – Matters To Be Considered By Committee
    • R.16 – Investigation Of Complaint
    • R.17 – Resolution Of Complaint
    • R.18 – Assistance Of Committee
    • R.19 – Rules On Safety & Health
    • R. 20 – Sub-Committee
    • R. 21 – Frequency Of Meetings
    • R. 22 – Duty To Provide Facilities
    • R.23 – Inaugural Meeting
Your Trainer

Mr. Sean Balakrishnen Veerayah has both public and private sector exposure in the fields of human resource development, management, security and occupational safety. He is equally conversant in English and Bahasa Malaysia. Having retired in the rank of a Lieutenant Commander from the Royal Malaysian Navy, he had gained vast experience in leadership, teambuilding, managing and training people for more than 20 years. Sean is a very experienced trainer who has trained several thousands of Malaysians and conducted more than 200 courses nation wide. His training programs have transformed many.

His hands-on extensive experience in leadership, management, occupational safety and security has made him a leading trainer in the country and PSMB has exempted him from attending the Train The Trainer Course. He has also organized and managed athletic meets at the national and ASEAN levels and as served as a judge in the 1989 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur. In his pursuit for self-development and knowledge, he attended a course in entrepreneurship with KUB College University in 1995, qualified himself to be a Lead Assessor in quality with MFQ London in 1996 and has a MBA with University of London. Sean’s private sector exposure as a Human Resource Manager and subsequently as a Group Human Resource Manager in a sales and manufacturing environment and acting as SHO for the company’s factory, qualifies him to train people in these fields.

In recognition of his vast knowledge and experience Sean was invited by University Malaya (UMCCed) to design and deliver 3 modules in English and B.M. - Human Resource Management, Occupational Safety and Security In 2002. In the midst of the economic crisis in 1997 when companies were closing down, he undertook the challenge to open up his own business called SECCON MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY of which he is the Managing Director and Principal Consultant until now, conducting corporate training as his contribution to nation-building towards 2020.

He has also provided consultancy in the area of industrial relations to Philip Wain (M) Sdn Bhd in 1998 and Hiro Food Manufacturing in 2006. He has also done consultancy work for IMPAC as an executive trainer, an International American company known for productivity engineering and cost reduction methods worldwide. As a corporate trainer for 16 years, the evaluation of participants has always been excellent for both in-house as well as public programmes.

Although the list is long, some of the major organizations he has trained are Exxonmobil, PROTON, ASTRO, Deputy Secretaries General from Malaysian Ministries and senior officers from Brunei on leadership, Tenaga Nasional, Bank Negara, Petronas, Petronas Carigali, KL Monorail, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd, Multimedia and Communications Commission, IBM, Sabah Skills Technology Centre, Yayasan Sabah and Innoprise, City Link, Colgate Palmolive, Tamura Electronics, Labuan Shipyard, Connel Brothers, Tiong Nam Logistics & Transportation, TEAC Electronics Hutchison Paging (Penang and KL), Mieco Manufacturing, Gaya College, Sabah Foresty Industries, Borneo Samudra, BP North Port, West Port, Bintulu Port, Kuantan Port, PLUS, Bumi Armada, Sejingkat Power (Sarawak), Mukah Power Plant, KPJ Damansara Specialist Hospital, Affin Trust Management, TDM Plantations, STAR Publications, University Petronas, University Tenaga, Dimension Bid, Top Glove, Bank, Sime Credit, Ranhill Power, British Amercan Tobacco, RHB Bank, Harper Wira, Hotel Cititel, Concorde Hotel, Karambunai Resorts, Logical Polymer, Healthtronics, Maccaferi, SKF Bearings, LTAT, SME Bank and DBKL, Ministry of Health-Brunei.

Course Fee
(Course fee is inclusive of 2 tea breaks, lunch, course material,Certificate of Attendance and 6% GST)
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