According to Section 29A(4) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (Amendment) 1994, any workplace in Malaysia that employs five or more employees must appoint a qualified and professionally trained Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Coordinator.

Failure to appoint an Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Coordinator will result in penalties, with higher fines imposed on employers found to be in violation of their responsibilities. The fines can go up to RM 50,000 or imprisonment for six months.

Fees :

Type Fees
Public class (3 DAYS) RM756.00/pax (inclusive of 8% SST)

HRDC claimable :

HRDC approved reference No: 10001308454

Course Date :

  7 - 9 AUG 2023 (Mon-Wed) - COMPLETED
  23 - 25 OCT 2023 (Mon-Wed) - COMPLETED
  6 - 8 MAY 2024 (Mon-Wed) - IKATAN-MEF (Malaysian Employers Federation)

Training Venue :

Pertubuhan Ikatan Komuniti Selamat / Alliance For A Safe Community;
10-09 Menara The Stride,
Bukit Bintang City Centre,
No 2, Jalan Hang Tuah,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.

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Course details

Opening Remarks by Tan Sri Lee LT :

This is part 4 : "In his OSHC training opening remarks, Tan Sri Lee emphasizes that safety training should be regarded as an investment rather than an expense. Regrettably, many employers prioritize production over safety training, undermining its importance"

In the fifth segment of his opening statement, Tan Sri pointed out that employers must recognize employees' Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) matters as an essential aspect of proficient business management. Giving due attention to OSH issues is a fundamental component of sound business management

Segment 7.... You are actually protecting lives

In the 8th segment of his opening remarks, Tan Sri highlighted his safety concerns regarding SMEs due to their limited safety knowledge. He encouraged employers in SMEs to reconsider their approach and take inspiration from the practices of the oil and gas players.

In the concluding part (Segment 9 )of the OSH Coordinator Training's opening remarks, Tan Sri, the Chairman of Ikatan, emphasized the importance of embracing safety as an integral part of our lives. A sustainable safety culture requires more than just government intervention; it necessitates active involvement from the private sector.


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*If you are interested in a dedicated stand-alone class for your company/organization, please contact us at [email protected] or call/Whatsapp our Training Coordinator, Ms. Isabella Sya at +60133842383 for further information. We offer customization services to provide added value tailored to your specific needs.