1 » An improvement notice or a prohibition notice shall :- ~ state that the officer is of the opinion that there is occurring or may occur an activity which is likely to be a danger or to cause bodily injury or a serious risk to health or to cause damage or to cause immediate danger to life or property, and state the reason for the opinion; and ~ where in the officer’s opinion the activity concerned is a contravention or is likely to be a contravention, specify the provision and state the reasons for the opinion. » An officer may include in an improvement notice or a prohibition notice directions as to the measures to be taken to remove any danger, likely danger, risk, matter or activity to which the notice relates and the directions may refer to any approved industry code of practice. » An officer may proceed to render inoperative the place of work, plant, substance or process by any means he may deem best suited for the purpose. Enforcement and Investigation
1 » An employer shall notify the nearest occupational safety and health office of any accident, dangerous occurrence, occupational poisoning or occupational disease which has occurred or is likely to occur at the place of work. » Every registered medical practitioner or medical officer attending to a patient whom he believes to be suffering from any of the diseases listed in the Third Schedule of the Factories and Machinery Act 1967, or any disease named in any regulation or order made by the Minister under this Act, or occupational poisoning shall report the matter to the Director General.
1 Historical Perspective Evolution of OSH Legislation in Malaysia 1844 British Legislation – specific safety & health Piecemeal legislation and regulations for example transporting machinery on the train 1972 Lords Roben “Committee of Inquiry” – Robens Report on OSH Factories and Machinery Act (139) in 1967 Part II Safety, Health and Welfare – enforced 1970 Occupational Safety and Health Act (514) 1994
3.0 FIRE SAFETY 3.1 Understand the basic of fire 3.1.1 Explain concept of fire triangle 3.2 Know the classes of fire 3.2.1 List the classes of fire 3.3 Know control over fire hazard 3.3.1 Discuss the fire safety plan 3.3.2 Identify the fire control method 3.3.3 Identify the fire protection method 3.3.4 Identify fire prevention and protection equipment 3.4 Demonstrate the proper safety methods of deploying portable fire equipment. 3.4.1 Demonstrate the proper safety methods of deploying portable fire equipment to include extinguishers/ hose reels, particularly on the different classes of real fires. 4.0 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSES (EPR) 4.1 Understand emergency 4.1.1 Recognise an emergency 4.1.2 Classify types of emergency 4.2 Understand Emergency Management 4.2.1 Discuss the basic element of EPR 4.3 Understand emergency planning 4.3.1 Discuss emergency planning strategy 4.3.2 Demonstrate building evacuation during emergency
AW101 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 1 Chapter 1: Introduction To OSHA AW101 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 1 Chapter 1: Introduction To OSHA COURSE OBJECTIVES Define the concept of occupational safety
AW101 (OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 1) BY PN. RUHIYAH NAZIHAH ZAHKAI ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT POLYTECHNIC SULTAN IDRIS SHAH AW101 (OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 1) BY PN. RUHIYAH NAZIHAH ZAHKAI