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HDB2123

WORKPLACE SAFETY IN
MALAYSIA
DR. M. RASHID SHAMSUDDIN
OFFICE: BLOK 05, 05-03-35

TELEPHONE: 05-3687590

E - M A I L : M R A S H I D S @ U T P. E D U . M Y

MR. ZAMRI SAHARI


S A F E T Y C O N S U LTA N T

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Academic qualification Research interest:
PhD (Materials and Processing Engineering) - Green technologies
Waikato University, Hamilton, NZ - Waste water treatment
- Biofuel, bio-oil, bioprocess
Professional affiliation - Biomaterials and hybrid
BEM, IEM, IChemE, CIDB composites
- Waste conversion

Working experience Current research:


2007 - Chicken manure to biogas
Chemical engineer, and biofertilizer.
Coolrich District Cooling LLC, Dubai, UAE
- CO2 capture and utilization
via kaolin-geopolymer blocks.
My strange career path - Solvent recovery- NMP.

Current position
2014
UTP- Sr. lecturer, IChemE advisor, PDP1 coordinator
Subjects- MSE, Workplace safety,
Thermodynamics

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Adjunct Lecture
Zamri Sahari
Academic qualifications
• Executive Master in Safety, Health and Environment, University Selangor (Period :
2016-2017)
• Degree In Chemical & Process Engineering, National University of Malaysia (Period :
1992 – 1996)
Working experience
• 20 years of experience in Occupational Safety and Health. Extensive and hands-on
experience in HSE, in various industries and Oil& Gas.
Professional qualifications
Certifications Institute
Competent Safety Officer (JKKP IS 127 / 438 / 2 / 2488) DOSH & NIOSH ( Malaysia)
Competent Authorized Entrant/Standby Person DOSH & NIOSH ( Malaysia)
Competent Chemical Health Risk Assessor ( JKKP IH 127 / 171 / 2 / 181) DOSH & NIOSH ( Malaysia)
Competent Construction Safety And Health Officer (CIDB 230210-Q004) CIDB (Malaysia)
Competent (SHASSIC) Safety And Health Assessment system in
CIDB (Malaysia)
construction
Competent wireman (W2877) EIU (Sarawak)
Competent Traffic Management Officer (TMO) JKR
Course Layout & Assessment

3 Credit Values:
– 3 hours of lecture/week

Course Assessment:

Course Work 100%


 Assignments (2) 20%
 Quizzes (4) 20%
 Project (1) 25%
 Tests (2) 30%
 Adjunct lecture (4) 5% To be confirmed
TOTAL 100%

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Course Delivery Schedule

Monday, 11 to 2 pm, C7

Class size is fixed- Cant add if full but can remove

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Course Leaning Outcomes (CLO)
At the end of this course, students should be able to:

• CO1: Describe Malaysian legislation for securing safety,


health and welfare of people at workplace
• CO2: Understand the concept and importance of
workplace safety
• CO3: Identify workplace hazards and factors that influence
workplace safety
• CO4: Apply appropriate HSE practices and methods to
manage & control workplace hazards
• CO5: Comprehend the current issues concerning
workplace in Malaysia

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CO-PO Mapping

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Important Reminders
 Attendance: You MUST attend all class sessions. In
case you CANNOT attend, please provide a valid
reason; justified either from a Medical Certificate from a
certified medical doctor, or an authorization letter from
the relevant personnel.
 Re-quiz and Re-test. Only by prior notice and must
provide valid excuse letters to re-sit. These include sick
leave, events, competitions, religious pilgrimages.
 C-factor. Cooperation factor (0-1) will be used for group
assessment to encourage individual accountability.

Attendance of all international students will be recorded and


submitted to the Ministry of Education and will be forwarded
to the Ministry of Home Affairs.

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Main Reference
http://www.dosh.gov.my/index.php/en/legislation/regulations-1/osha-1994-act-154

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