This two days program that provides the audience an understanding of safety Regulations governed by OSHA Act 1994(with Amendments) and FMA 1967 (Amendments). How to Develop a effective Safety Health Committee and the adherence to Key Safety Behaviours (KSB) in handling and enhancing a safe workplace.
Safety First at Workplace is the Key Priority and management’s commitment to achieve an accident free environment. Developing and instilling the role and functions of an effective safety committee at work is important to ensure a continous improvement of executing safety at workplace.
A safe and accident free environment results in an highly motivated workforce that snowballs into improving overall productivity, quality and cost for the organization.
- The legal requirements outlined in OSHA 1994 and FMA 1967
- Salient aspects of ISO 45001
- Understanding the need to set up a safety team or safety committee at workplace
- The Safety Committee organization and key functions of individuals and outcome measurements.
- The meeting frequency, minutes of meetings and communications.
- Key KPI safety measurements.
- Challenges and reviews.
Mr. Konasaigran A/L Alagan holds a master’s degree from New Zealand. He has since
worked in the local university embarked on research projects funded by the
International Tin Council. He joined a leading multi national glass manufacturer and
over the past twenty five years, has worked in the production encompassing
productivity/process improvements, safety, TPM, waste elimination activities,
quality, procurement and in the last six years in Human resources.
His experience in Human Resources covers the acquisition and merger of an eastern
culture based company into western management practices. Konasaigran has vast
hands-on experiences conducting in-house training programmes.
He has attended extensive TPM, Quality, Productivity and Human Resources
programs and workshops both locally and overseas. Konasaigran was also a certified
Safety Officer registered with DOSH Malaysia.
Jalan Genting Kelang, Setapak
53300 Kuala Lumpur
RM 795/pax (Public)