Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Coordinator Training
We, My SHEQA Group Sdn Bhd is one of the leading registered OSH Coordinator training provider (JKKP IKS/SBK 127/491/2-1) with Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) in Malaysia
- Today, there are over one million SMEs employing seven million workers in Malaysia, making it increasingly difficult for the authorities to monitor the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) requirements for each premises to ensure the safety and health at the workplace.
- Perhaps in correlation, the number of fatality cases from SMEs due to occupational accidents are also rising.
- Due to this, Department of Occupational Safety and Health, Ministry of Human Resource has taken the initiative to bring into existence the OSH Coordinator, a representative safety practitioner to self-regulate the safety and health provision of their premises.
- In addition, the “OSH Coordinator” role is included into the Occupational Safety and Health (Amendment) Act 2022 in Section 29A, gazetted earlier this year requiring all employers that has “5 or more employees” to appoint an OSH Coordinator.
This 3-day OSH Coordinator Training Program is designed to equip participants with a comprehensive knowledge on occupational safety and health and how to adopt OSH practices at the workplace on a daily basis. Upon the completion of this course, the participants will be certified as a “Trained Persons” that will be able to coordinate safety and health in preventing occupational accidents and diseases.
- Explain the purpose, objective and importance of OSH Coordinator in an organization.
- Perform the role and duties of an OSH Coordinator in an organization.
- Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the requirements of Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994.
- Follow guidelines to manage and maintain the Occupational Safety and Health Documents.
- Nurture a healthy safety culture at the workplace.
- Describe the Guidelines on Ergonomics Risk Assessment at Workplace 2017
- Understand the purpose and the benefits of the guidelines
- Apply a systematic plan and an objective approach in identifying, assessing and controlling ergonomics risk factors in the workplaces
- Write Initial Ergonomics Risk Assessment report
- Plan and Conduct Initial Ergonomics Risk Assessment
- Sharpen individual Speaking & Presentation skills
Who Should Attend?
- Safety and Health Committee Members.
- Human Resource Officers.
- Supervisors and Team Leaders from various sectors.
- Interested Individuals.
- Workers in small and medium enterprise (SME).
Participant will be received the Certificate of Attendance and highlighted as a trained person of OSH Coordinator at Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) website upon completion of training.
MODULE 1: REALITY OF SMALL AND MEDIUM INDUSTRIES IN MALAYSIA
a. Background, current situation, and categories of SMEs.
b. Challenges faced by SMEs business owners.
c. Incidents and types of injuries that have happened in the
d. The importance of OSH culture in workplace.
e. The characteristics, roles, requirements, and advantages of
MODULE 2: INTRODUCTION TO ROLE AND FUNCTION OF THE DEPARTMENT
a. Function and role of the Department.
b. History of OSH in Malaysia.
c. Main provisions of OSHA 1994 and FMA 1967.
d. Benefits of increasing the safety and health of employees for the
MODULE 3: BASIC MANAGEMENT OF OSH SMES
a. Employers’ obligation of forming the Safety and Health Regulation.
b. Safety and Health Committee.
c. Notification of Accident.
d Preparation of Emergency Action Plan.
MODULE 4: CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT
a. Chemical Hazards.
b. Chemical Entry Route.
c. Elements of Chemical Management.
d. “Cradle to Grave” Concept.
MODULE 5: INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES
a. Introduction of DOSH Malaysia’s Occupational Health Section.
b. Introduction of Occupational Health.
c. Statistics of Occupational Disease in Malaysia.
MODULE 6: INTRODUCTION TO WORK-RELATED ROAD SAFETY
a. Road Accident Statistics (on the road accidents along with
roadside work-related incidents).
b. The status and impact of road accidents.
c. The importance of Work-Related Road Safety & Code of Practice for
Road Transport Activities, 2010.
d. The concept of driver, vehicle and journey management.
e. Overview of ISO 39001 dan ISO 39002.
f. Introduction to Management System and Road Safety Initiative.