Malaysian Occupational Health and Safety Laws Interpretation & Application
One of the intended outcomes of ISO 45001 is fulfilment of legal requirements of interested parties related to occupational health and safety. In Malaysia, the main interested party is Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH). DOSH is the government agency responsible for administering, managing, and enforcing legislation related to occupational safety and health: mainly Factories and Machinery Act 1967 and Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 in this training context.
This course will help to equip yourself with adequate understanding on how to decode and apply the legal requirements that applicable to your industry. Consequently, update your legal register to meet part of clause 6.1.3 of ISO 45001.
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for Safety and Health committee member, OH&S management system committee member and/or personnel with assigned responsibility for compliance obligations to meet ISO 45001.
What will I learn?
- Provide delegates with a general introduction to, familiarize and awareness of the Malaysian occupational health & safety laws.
- Provide understanding of the currently prevailing acts, regulations and codes of practices related to occupational health and safety
How will I benefit?
Participants would be able to:
- Comply to the (Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994) requirement for training
- Know the Malaysian laws that have to be complied
- Read the applicable law books and apply them in their organizations
- Distinguish between mandatory actions and prescriptive
Our high impact accelerated learning approach increases learning by improving knowledge retention. This course is activity-based, resulting in a deeper understanding of the material and a greater impact on job performance.
What is included?
This training course is HRDF approved under the SBL scheme.
On completion, you will be awarded an internationally recognized BSI Training Academy certificate.