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KUCHING: The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) will soon work with other relevant government departments and agencies to find ways the country could reduce the alarming number of commuting accidents.

NIOSH chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said the number of commuting accidents over the years was gradually increasing and something has to be done about it.

“Last year alone the total number of commuting accidents reported to the Social Security Organisation (Socso) was 22,040 which constituted almost 39 per cent of the total number of industrial accidents reported to Socso,” he said.

He explained that commuting accidents were those involving employees on their way to and back from their workplace, when they were out for lunch break or travelling from one point to the other as required by their scope of duty.

“It comes under traffic case but because it involves employees we also regard it as one of the occupational safety and health problems. Therefore being a body that has been tasked to promote occupational safety and health awareness in the country we feel that something has to be done about this.

“Probably in a few months’ time we will sit down together with other relevant authorities to work out how we can minimise the number of commuting accidents.”

He was speaking to reporters at a news conference after opening the two-day Borneo Conference of Occupational Safety and Health (BOSH) at Pullman Hotel here yesterday.

Earlier, Lee said that in the global economy, occupational safety and health issues were among the key determinants to a company’s competitiveness through productivity enhancement and efficiency.

“Observations and evidence had shown that an increase in productivity and improvement in workplace environment are the results of good safety and health work practices and the adoption of a work safety culture.

“OSH (Occupational Safety and Health) must therefore be treated as an investment and not an expense and this is in line with the maxim that safety is a good business,” he noted.

As such, he said, all the top management level of any company should not just make occupational safety and health their topmost priority but instead make it their culture.

He said poor OSH performance has a negative impact particularly for small and medium enterprises.

“The human and business costs of workplace accidents and fatalities and ill health are immense.  It will not only disrupt the day-to-day operation of the enterprises concerned but may also lead to the loss of lives and other financial losses,” he added.

He pointed out that everyone must commit themselves to foster and promote a common preventive safety and health culture that would become a fundamental basis for improving OSH performance in this era of rapid development and globalisation.

“Nurturing and maintaining a preventive safety and health culture requires making use of all available means to increase general awareness, knowledge and understanding of the concepts of hazards and risks and how they may be prevented or controlled.

“However, while the government can put the necessary legislative framework in place, employers and employees themselves must play their part to ensure that their organisations accord the highest priority and commitment to building a safety culture at all levels.”

He said that only by working together would they achieve the high safety and health standards aspired.

Lee stated that although the number of accidents at workplaces had shown a significant reduction since the introduction of OSHA in 1994 that did not mean that there was room for complacency.

“According to the statistics compiled by the Ministry of Human Resources, the number of industrial accidents reported to Socso and the Labour Department for all sectors decreased from 75,386 in 2000 to 35,616 in 2010.  This is a substantial reduction of over 52.7 per cent over a period of 10 years.”

“However, although there is a decline in the average number of industrial accidents from eight per 1,000 workers in 2000 to 4.8 in 2010, we should strive against the benchmark of developed countries which only have one to two accidents per 1,000 workers,” he commented.

BOSH is a biannual event created to promote OSH awareness particularly in the Borneo region and the country as a whole with the first conference being organised in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah in 2009.

Among those present at the occasion yesterday were NIOSH executive director Rosli Hussin, State Occupational Safety and Health Department (DOSH) director Dasuki Mohd Heak, State Labour Department director August Buma and Sarawak Socso director John Riba Marin.

Read more: http://www.theborneopost.com/2011/12/06/niosh-to-work-with-govt-in-reducing-road-accidents/#ixzz1gyKTjHJX

Sunday, 16 September 2012 09:32

Workplace Safety Conference In September

Publication: NST
Date of publication: May 16, 2012
Section heading: Main Section
Page number: 026

KUALA LUMPUR: In a bid to reduce industrial accidents and fatalities in the country, the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is organising a conference and exhibition on occupational safety and health.

NIOSH chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said creating a safe work environment required fundamental changes in the way work spaces were designed and personnel were deployed.

"These changes require leadership capable of transforming the beliefs and practices of those who create the risk and those who work with the risk," Lee said.

He said safety briefings were vital and should not only be a part of events that talk about safety.

"Such briefings must be given at all functions, be it a government or private sector.

"Even a wedding dinner should start with a safety briefing. What would be the reaction in case a fire breaks out in a hall filled with people?" he asked.

Lee said the thinking that "safety should be a priority" should be turned into "safety should be a way of life".

The conference will be held at the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre in Petaling Jaya from Sept 2 to 4.

06/02/2012, Berita Harian

 

KUALA LUMPUR: Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (NIOSH) menggesa agensi dan pihak berkuasa yang berkaitan supaya meningkatkan tahap keselamatan di sepanjang pantai di negara ini berikutan peningkatan jumlah kematian akibat lemas setiap tahun.

Pengerusinya, Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, berkata strategi pengurusan perlu turut dirangka dan dilaksanakan secara berkesan untuk mengelak kematian akibat lemas.
"Kita memerlukan strategi bagi pantai yang selamat, bebas daripada kes mati lemas. Ia bukan untuk menghalang orang ramai daripada bergembira, atau menegah mereka daripada berada dalam air. Kami mahu mereka selamat semasa berbuat demikian," katanya dalam satu kenyataan di sini hari ini. - BERNAMA

Tuesday, 06 November 2012 09:07

Tambah Baik Keselamatan

Harian Metro, 6 November 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: Insiden berlaku perlu dijadikan pengajaran sekali gus menambah baik aspek tertentu demi keselamatan kakitangan berkhidmat di bidang berisiko tinggi, kata Pengerusi Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan (Niosh), Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.

Beliau berkata demikian mengulas kejadian 10 anggota bomba dan penyelamat termasuk lima yang parah akibat terbakar berikutan tangki minyak pelincir terpakai yang meletup di Pengkalan Chepa, Kelantan kelmarin.

Menurut Lee, beliau percaya Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat mempunyai skim latihan dan prosedur keselamatan yang cukup untuk melindungi anggotanya ketika berkhidmat, namun kejadian berlaku di luar jangkaan sekali gus meminta mereka lebih berhati-hati.

Monday, 06 February 2012 09:05

Take Emergency Drills Seriously

Monday February 6, 2012, The Star Online

FIRE and Rescue Department director-general Datuk Wan Mohd Nor recently said that the Malaysian public has yet to grasp the importance of participating in safety drills because they have not faced a devastating natural disaster or massive fire.

As one who is passionate about safety and is working towards promoting safety, I share his view.

The fact is that Malaysia is regarded as a safe country unlike others which are often hit by natural disasters like earthquakes, typhoons, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis etc.

Malaysians are generally in a comfort zone and take the issue of safety for granted.

The irony is that although Malaysia is safe from major natural disasters, our road safety record is horrendous judging by the 6,000 road deaths annually.

A matter raised by Wan Mohd Nor pertaining to the lack of urgency involving occupants of commercial buildings, airports and train stations each time when fire and safety drills are carried out is a case in point.

Occupants of the buildings are supposed to be out of the premises in about 30 minutes but in Malaysia many take their own sweet time to vacate the premises, with some still making telephone calls or taking time to finish their drinks.

There should never be such a lackadaisical attitude as it can prove to be disastrous or fatal in the event of a fire engulfing a building or in an emergency.

Participating in a fire and rescue drill or any other form of safety drills is very important and all those affected must have a sense of urgency as it is a matter of life and death.

I believe there are buildings in Malaysia which do not have annual fire and safety drills.

It is time for the parties involved to look at this matter seriously and act to rectify the situation.

Organising safety and fire drills in respect of all buildings must be done annually.

Drilling safety into Malaysians must be a way of life and be made a core value and a culture.

We must never be under the assumption that Malaysia is forever safe from natural disasters. We had our fair share of the 2008 tsunami. With the global climatic change, we may encounter some natural disasters in the future.

As such Malaysians must take an active interest in all forms of safety drills and learn some useful lessons which are beneficial and prepare them for the worst in the event of a disaster.

TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE,

Kuala Lumpur.

Harian Metro, 4 September 2012;

KUALA LUMPUR: Mana-mana syarikat yang tidak mengamalkan aspek keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan (OSH) dengan betul khususnya ketika berlaku bencana boleh diambil tindakan tegas, kata Menteri Sumber Manusia, Datuk Seri Dr S Subramaniam.

Mengambil contoh kejadian kapal tangki milik MISC Berhad, MV Bunga Alpinia yang terbakar dan meletup di Jeti Terminal Loji Petronas Metanol Labuan, Julai lalu hingga mengakibatkan lima terkorban, beliau berkata, insiden itu perlu diambil iktibar semua majikan secara serius.

Jelasnya, prosedur keselamatan seharusnya berada di tahap betul, malah apabila berlakunya situasi mendesak, ia perlu beroperasi dengan baik tanpa mengakibatkan musibah ke atas pekerja.

"Dalam kejadian kapal meletup itu kami dapati langkah keselamatan ketika terkena petir tidak berfungsi dengan baik. Kami akan siasat dengan menyeluruh, jika terdapat sebarang kesilapan tindakan boleh diambil.

"Tapi lebih utamanya, apa yang boleh kita belajar daripada kejadian ini ialah memastikan semua langkah keselamatan berada dalam keadaan baik dan berfungsi dengan elok terutama ketika bencana," katanya di sini, semalam.

Beliau terdahulu merasmikan Persidangan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan (COSH) ke-15 di Pusat Konvensyen Sunway Pyramid, di sini, diadakan serentak dengan Persidangan Institut Kesihatan dan Keselamatan Pekerjaan Asian (AOSHRI) ke-4.

Seramai 1,300 peserta menghadiri persidangan itu yang turut membabitkan kontinjen daripada 14 negara.

Dalam pada itu, Subramaniam turut menggesa majikan supaya tidak lokek membuat pelaburan dalam bidang OSH berikutan percaya ia adalah usaha penting ke arah membantu meningkatkan produktiviti dan keuntungan syarikat.

"Apabila bercakap mengenai kesihatan, kita bukan hanya bercakap mengenai kesihatan fizikal, malah kesihatan mental serta emosi. Ia seharusnya menjadi pendekatan holistik kepada keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan.

"Kerana itu tak rugi sekiranya majikan melabur dalam OSH untuk mempersiapkan pekerja mereka sekali gus produktiviti turut meningkat," katanya.

Beliau berkata, kerajaan memperuntukkan sebanyak RM200,000 kepada Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (NIOSH) sebagai dana penyelidikan yang diberi kepada mana-mana pihak berhasrat menyelidik bidang OSH.

Katanya, dana itu yang diberi secara tahunan diharap dapat diteruskan di masa akan datang, sekali gus membantu penyelidik membangun data komprehensif berkaitan.

 

Tuesday, 06 December 2011 14:15

Sibu Tops Industrial Accidents List

The Star Sarawak, 06 December 2011

Sibu tops industrial accidents list

Sunday, 29 April 2012 12:27

Pembinaan Paling Tinggi Kemalangan

BANGI: Industri pembinaan menyumbang kepada jumlah paling tinggi kemalangan dan kecederaan di tempat kerja iaitu kirakira 4,665 kes daripada angka keseluruhan 35,616 kejadian malang itu sepanjang 2010.

Pengerusi Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (NIOSH), Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, berkata industri perkhidmatan membabitkan elektrik, air dan gas pula mencatat jumlah kedua tertinggi kemalangan dan kecederaan di tempat kerja sebanyak 2,819 kes, manakala 599 kes bagi industri pembuatan.

Katanya, jumlah kemalangan dan kecederaan di tempat kerja secara keseluruhan pada 2010, menurun 39,770, iaitu kirakira 50 peratus daripada 75,386 kes berbanding 10 tahun lalu.

"Ini satu perkembangan positif dan penurunan ini dapat dicapai hasil peningkatan tahap kesedaran di kalangan pekerja dan majikan dengan keduadua pihak menunjukkan komitmen kepada keselamatan pekerja.

"Ia juga disebabkan pelbagai usaha ditumpukan kerajaan dalam menangani perkara itu, terutama melalui kempen oleh NIOSH, Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (PERKESO) dan Jabatan Kesihatan dan Keselamatan Pekerjaan (DOSH).

"Selain itu, faktor ketiga penurunan itu membabitkan inisiatif majikan yang mengutamakan aspek keselamatan walaupun terpaksa melabur tinggi seperti membeli alat perlindungan diri kepada pekerja," katanya selepas melancarkan Hari Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan (OSH) Sedunia, di bangunan NIOSH, di sini.

Bertemakan `Mempromosi Keselamatan dan Kesihatan dalam Ekonomi Hijau', OSH disambut setiap 28 April untuk mengingatkan golongan pekerja supaya mencegah kemalangan dan penyakit disebabkan pekerjaan, di seluruh dunia.

Sementara itu, beliau berkata kira-kira 20 sekolah menengah di Lembah Klang sudah membabitkan diri dalam program OSH anjuran NIOSH di sekolah, sejak diperkenalkan Mac lalu.

Katanya, program itu bagi memberi kesedaran melalui kempen kepada pelajar untuk mengelak berlaku kemalangan di beberapa tempat di sekolah seperti di kelas dan makmal akibat kecuaian atau kerosakan infrastruktur yang mampu mengancam nyawa.

"Bagi mengelak kemalangan kepada pelajar sama ada di sekolah atau aktiviti luar sekolah, guru juga disaran mempertingkatkan pengetahuan dalam OSH bagi mengelak berlaku kejadian tidak diingini kepada pelajar seperti pelajar terkena api dan melecur teruk ketika mengikuti perkhemahan, " katanya.

New Straits Times, 16 December 2012

EXCEPT for occupational safety and health practitioners, ergonomics is still not widely known in Malaysia.

At a recent talk I delivered on the importance of ergonomics, a member of the audience asked me whether I had mispronounced the word "economics".

Ergonomics is about integrating knowledge derived from the human sciences to match jobs, systems, products and environments to the physical and mental abilities and limitations.

Ergonomics is an important facet of occupational safety and health (OSH) that needs to be optimised for the wellbeing of people at work.

Ergonomics is a relatively new field in Malaysia in comparison with Japan, the United States and the United Kingdom.

Nevertheless, the philosophy, essence, principle and concepts of ergonomics are important and to disregard them would be a handicap in efforts to promote OSH in the workplace.

When ergonomic principles are not applied to the workplace, chronic musculoskeletal disorders -- such as back injuries, arm and hand problems, accidents and eye-strain -- may be common.

According to accident statistics reported by the Social Security Organisation, the number of accidents related to musculo-skeletal diseases increased from 14 cases in 2006 to 194 cases this year.

Industries suffer from tangible and intangible losses because of increased medication costs, decreased productivity, work quality and decreased worker morale.

It is well documented in other parts of the world that industries that implement ergonomics programmes report significant decreases in accidents, injuries, illnesses and healthcare costs over time, along with increase in productivity, work efficiency, product quality and worker morale.

The discipline of ergonomics is nothing peculiar to safety and health practitioners in this country but for the public, it is still difficult to sell.

This might be the reason why ergonomics is still considered an unknown science in Malaysia and Southeast Asia.

But due to the widespread use of computers at work and at home, there is a need to educate the public on the importance of ergonomics.

In some developed countries, ergonomics is even taught in schools. For example, in the UK, the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors has introduced ergonomics to secondary school students and teachers online.

The knowledge gap on this subject needs to be addressed by all the government, educational institutions, professional societies and the work industry.

It is timely for the media to show more interest in publishing safety and health information, including ergonomics issues, with input from like the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Malaysia.

Monday, 05 November 2012 11:54

NIOSH Minta AES Ditangguh

Berita Harian, 5 November 2012

Kuala Lumpur: Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan (NIOSH) mencadangkan penangguhan sementara pelaksanaan Sistem Penguatkuasaan Automatik (AES), sehingga isu yang dibangkitkan pelbagai pihak ditangani dengan berkesan.

Pengerusinya, Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, berkata kerajaan perlu meneliti AES secara menyeluruh sebelum sistem itu dilaksanakan, termasuk mendapatkan maklum balas masyarakat khususnya pengguna.

Tak perlu terburu-buru

Walaupun AES dianggap sistem yang baik untuk mengurangkan jumlah kematian akibat kemalangan jalan raya raya seperti di beberapa negara Eropah, beliau berkata ia tidak wajar dilaksanakan terburu-buru tanpa mendapat maklum balas dan kajian menyeluruh.

Katanya, pemasangan AES di sebanyak 14 lokasi mengundang rasa tidak puas hati pengguna kerana didakwa dipasang di lokasi tidak sesuai serta bukan lokasi berisiko.

Di samping itu, sudah tiba masanya kerajaan mengkaji semula had laju dengan mendapat pandangan pelbagai pihak, termasuk pengeluar kenderaan, pengguna, pakar dan badan bukan kerajaan (NGO) berkaitan.

“Saya kecewa kerana walaupun AES adalah sistem yang baik tetapi disebabkan banyak kontroversi, ia seolah-olah bertujuan menyusahkan dan bukan membantu orang ramai.
Perbetul persepsi

“Pihak berkuasa perlu memperbetulkan persepsi masyarakat terlebih dulu dengan memberikan pendidikan menerusi kempen kesedaran.

“Semua lapisan masyarakat perlu dibabitkan untuk memberi maklum balas, di samping kesedaran dan keyakinan bahawa AES boleh dilaksanakan dengan kerjasama orang ramai supaya kemalangan dapat dikurangkan,” katanya.

Lam Thye berkata, NIOSH menganggap kes kemalangan jalan raya di negara ini sebagai serius kerana saban tahun angka kematian membabitkan golongan pekerja meningkat.

Katanya, mengikut perangkaan, kemalangan membabitkan pekerja yang berulang alik ke tempat kerja meningkat daripada 17,170 pada 2001 kepada 24,809 kes pada 2011.

INFO
- Diperkenalkan pada 23 September lalu
- 14 lokasi maut di Perak, Selangor, Putrajaya dan Kuala Lumpur
- 63,558 pesalah trafik dikenal pasti memandu melebihi had laju atau melanggar lampu merah dalam fasa pertama.
- Akan diperluaskan di sebanyak 831 lokasi di seluruh negara

KOTA KINABALU, 12 Jan (Bernama) -- Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (Niosh) menawarkan 104 kursus, termasuk 50 kursus berjadual, dalam tiga bidang utama di negeri ini bagi memantapkan sistem keselamatan serta kesihatan pekerjaan selain mengurangkan kemalangan di tempat kerja.

Pengerusinya, Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye berkata perancangan itu diatur berikutan Belanjawan 2012 Sabah berjumlah kira-kira RM4.04 juta yang turut melibatkan sektor pertanian, pelancongan dan pembuatan.

"Ekonomi negeri diramal berkembang di antara 4.5 peratus hingga 5 peratus dan pelaburan awam dan swasta serta penggunaan domestik akan terus merangsang pertumbuhan ekonomi di negeri di bawah bayu ini," katanya sempena majlis makan tengahari bersama media Khamis.

Beliau berkata antara penekanan yang akan dilakukan di Niosh Wilayah Sabah sepanjang tahun ini termasuk perancangan mengadakan 14 kursus berjadual, 18 kursus dalaman dan tiga seminar kesedaran dengan anggaran penyertaan keseluruhan seramai 1,000 orang bagi Bahagian Pertanian dan Perladangan (APD).

"Manakala Bahagian Kesihatan Pekerjaan dan Hospitaliti (OHH) secara umumnya akan menjalankan 18 kursus berjadual dan 13 kursus dalaman yang berkaitan dengan Kesihatan Pekerjaan dengan sasaran 600 peserta," katanya.

Lee, yang juga Naib Pengerusi Yayasan Pencegahan Jenayah Malaysia (MCPF), berkata sebanyak 18 kursus berjadual turut diatur dengan 23 kursus dalaman serta 70 kursus pasport keselamatan dengan sasaran peserta keseluruhan seramai 2,600 orang bagi Bahagian keselamatan Pekerjaan dan Sistem pengurusan (OSMS).

Beliau berkata selain itu, Bahagian OHH juga dijangka menjalankan beberapa siri seminar dan kursus tajaan Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso) dengan sasaran melatih 500 peserta di Kota Kinabalu dan Tawau serta satu kursus dalaman yang bertajuk 'OSH-Basic Water Safety' yang akan dikendalikan APD.

"Namun kursus ini masih di dalam peringkat pembinaan modul dan dijangka berada di pasaran tahun ini," katanya.

-- BERNAMA

 

Thursday, 26 April 2012 15:54

Nahas Industri Menurun 50%

Utusan Malaysia - 26 April 2012

KUALA LUMPUR 26 April - Kadar kemalangan dan kecederaan di tempat kerja mencatat penurunan sebanyak 50 peratus pada 2010 berbanding 10 tahun lalu.

Pengerusi Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (NIOSH), Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye (gambar) berkata, berdasarkan data dari Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso), sebanyak 35,616 kes kemalangan perindustrian dilaporkan pada tahun 2010 berbanding 75,386 kes pada 2000.

“Kes-kes kemalangan itu melibatkan sektor perkilangan sebanyak 599 kes, pembinaan (4,665 kes) dan perkhidmatan (2,819 kes). Penurunan ini adalah satu perkembangan yang amat positif.

“Faktor-faktor yang menyebabkan kadar kemalangan perindustrian berkurangan ialah kerjasama antara kerajaan, NIOSH, Jabatan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan (DOSH) dan Perkeso yang bergerak sebagai satu pasukan dalam membawa kesedaran mengenai isu ini kepada pihak majikan dan pekerja," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian pada sidang akhbar selepas melancarkan Hari Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Dunia 2012 peringkat NIOSH di Bandar Baru Bangi dekat sini hari ini.

Turut hadir penceramah dari Jabatan Perlindungan Buruh dan Kebajikan Thailand, Dr. Keson Theppeang dan Pengarah Eksekutif NIOSH, Rosli Hussin.

Lam Thye berkata, pihak majikan kini lebih fokus dan sedia melabur di dalam semua aspek berkenaan sama ada keselamatan atau kesihatan untuk pekerja.

Dalam pada itu menurut beliau, tema untuk tahun ini iaitu Mempromosikan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pada Ekonomi Hijau adalah selaras dengan objektif NIOSH yang menegaskan betapa pentingnya untuk mewujudkan satu persekitaran mampan, hijau dan banyak peluang pekerjaan menggunakan teknologi hijau.

Thursday, 04 October 2012 15:25

Nahas Pergi, Balik Kerja Meningkat

Berita Harian, 4 October 2012

Kuala Lumpur: Dua daripada tiga kematian berkaitan kerja yang berlaku setiap hari di negara ini adalah akibat kemalangan jalan raya, ketika pergi dan balik kerja.

Pengerusi Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (NIOSH), Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, berkata walaupun kemalangan industri berkurangan, jumlah kemalangan jalan raya ketika pergi dan balik kerja meningkat 40 peratus bagi tempoh enam tahun lalu.

Menurut statistik Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (PERKESO), kadar kemalangan di tempat kerja menurun 37 peratus daripada 95,006 kes pada 2000 kepada 59,897 kes pada 2011 berikutan peningkatan kesedaran mengenai keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan.

Peningkatan membimbangkan

Namun, Lam Thye bimbang dengan jumlah tinggi kemalangan maut di Malaysia membabitkan pekerja dalam perjalanan pergi dan balik kerja.

"6,000 kematian dicatatkan setiap tahun sejak beberapa tahun lalu dan ini diterjemahkan kepada 18 hingga 20 nyawa setiap hari," katanya.

KOTA KINABALU, Feb 28 (Bernama)

Media practitioners who report on Occupational Safety and Health need to be given an opportunity to understand aspects of OSH to depart correct information to the public.

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said many journalists and photographers had concerns regarding work assignments, particularly the pressure in obtaining a scoop without considering the risks they may be exposed to.

"Media organizations compete dynamically about who can transmit the latest news and events as they unfold, taking an advantage over competitors in securing a scoop and being the first on the scene.

"Some journalists, photographers and camera operators may unintentionally imperil their lives for sensational reports and images," he said when opening a seminar on Occupational Safety and Health for the Media here Tuesday.

Although Malaysia saw its first journalist die in Mogadishu in September last year, Lee reminded media practitioners to take precautions regardless of time and place.

-- BERNAMA

Wednesday, 29 August 2012 14:57

Lee - Safety And Health Of Workers Vital

New Sabah Times, 29th August, 2012

KUNDASANG: Although the country’s industrial accident rate has been halved in the past 10 years, there is still a need to build and foster an occupational safety and health (OSH) culture and strive towards an accident-free workplace environment.

Speaking at a press conference after the launching of an OSHseminar for the tourism industry in Sabah here yesterday, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said the latest statistics from the Ministry of Human Resources should that the industrial accident rate had fallen from 10.3 cases for every 1,000 workers in 2002 to 5.72 cases last year.

He said this reflected the commitment and joint efforts by the government, employers and employees to reduce workplace accidents.

“While we are pleased to note the success of the joint efforts by all parties concerned, the biggest challenge remains that we only should further reduce the accident rate but also to build and foster an OSH culture in Malaysia.

“For a start, we need to benchmark ourselves against the developed countries which only have 3-4 accidents per 1,000 workers,” he said.

The Occupational Safety and Health Master Plan 2010-2015, he stressed, must be given utmost attention by all parties concerned to achieve further reduction in the rate of industrial accidents.

Lee also said companies must not profit at the expense of safety because if accidents occurred, lives may be lost and productivity would be affected.

“AS such, OSH ownership in every organisation is of paramount importance,” he said, adding that the focal point of safety was the human being or the employee who needed protection.

An accident prevention coupled with an OSH management strategy should therefore be adopted by all companies.

And, to achieve the total promotion of safety and health at work and elsewhere, organisational measures for accident prevention, motivation and behavioural change must be adopted.

Lee added that it was the responsibility of management to ensure that safety became a culture at their organisation and not just a priority.

“There is an urgent need to translate OSH knowledge into behaviour and practical application. OSH sloganeering is not the answer. We must avoid a situation where behind all the OSHbanners and signages, the workplace hazards are not addressed and controlled,” he said.

In this time of global competition and sweeping change, it is not enough for companies to make safety a priority.

Priorities change but cultures stand the test of time and safety must be a culture and a core value at the workplace.

He said managing occupational safety and health towards business competitiveness was very important and that employers must see training as an investment and not an expense.

“Management or employers must recognise the OSH of employees as an integral part of business management.

“Concerns for the bottom line must be looked at with equal gravity with OSH issues at the workplace. After all they are both concerned with the viability of the business enterprise,” he said.

Lee also said employees were often regarded by management to be the most important asset of any organisation.

“Hence, it makes sense that this particular asset should be protected in terms of health and safety and nurtured to ensure that it continues to be productive,” he said.

Management, he said, must now take a hard look at their asset and actively show how much they valued their employees with a responsible OSH policy backed up by the necessary organisation and system to implement accident prevention programmes.

“Common sense tells us that “safety is good business”. If industries give priority to safety issues at the workplace it will certainly be beneficial to the business,” he said.

The seminar was opened by Kundasang Assemblyman Dr Joachim Gunsalam on behalf the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment Dsatuk Masidi Manjun.

Also present were NIOSH Sabah regional manager Mohd Hussin Salam, Tourism Ministry’s permanent secretary Datuk Michael Emban and Ranau assistant district officer Bernard Kimin.

Lee (2nd left), flanked by Hussin (left) Dr Joachim (3rd left), Michael and Bernard (right) at the press conference

Wednesday, 19 December 2012 14:55

Lam Thye - Workplace Safety Culture Vital

New Straits Times, 19 December 2012

KOTA KINABALU: Occupational safety and health in the hospitality industry needs to be given more attention as it is a rapidly growing industry.

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Niosh) chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said yesterday it was no longer a "safe and clean" sector and it merited more attention from employers.

Lee said this after attending a two-day seminar on occupational safety and health for the hospitality industry in Sandakan organised by Niosh.

He urged employers to empower workers through safety and health committees to reduce accidents, injuries and deaths in workplaces.

"While life-threatening and acute injuries are uncommon in the hospitality industry, work-related hazards do exist," he said.

"Although accidents can and do happen, there are measures we can adopt to limit their occurrence.

"Accidents can be reduced if we make prudent and cautious work practices part of our culture."

In the last 10 years, the industrial accident rate in Malaysia had been halved from 10.3 cases for every 1,000 workers in 2002 to 5.7 cases last year.

This reflected the strong commitment by the government, employers and the workers to reduce accidents.

Lee said Malaysians needed to set a higher benchmark at three to four cases every 1,000 workers, on a par with those in developed countries.

"Human behaviour and lackadaisical attitudes towards safety must change for the better.

"Anyone can be involved in an accident, unless safety is not taken for granted and safe work practices are implemented."

Tuesday, 07 February 2012 14:53

Keselamatan Pantai Perlu Dipertingkat

7th February, 2012, New Sabah Times

KUALA LUMPUR: Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (NIOSH) menggesa agensi dan pihak ber- kuasa yang berkaitan supaya mening- katkan tahap keselamatan di sepanjang pantai di negara ini berikutan peningkatan jumlah kematian akibat lemas setiap tahun.

Pengerusinya Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye berkata strategi pengurusan perlu turut dirangka dan dilaksanakan secara berkesan untuk mengelak kematian akibat lemas.

“Kita memerlukan strategi bagi pantai yang selamat, bebas daripada kes mati lemas. Ia bukan untuk menghalang orang ramai daripada bergembira, atau menegah mereka daripada berada dalam air. Kami mahu mereka selamat semasa berbuat demikian,” katanya dalam satu kenyataan di sini kelmarin.

Beliau berkata isu berkaitan keselamatan pantai tidak ditangani dengan sewajarnya dan keselamatan orang ramai di pantai seringkali menjadi isu yang dilupakan manakala lebih banyak perhatian diberi kepada perlindungan alam sekitar dan sebagainya.

Katanya menurut Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat, jumlah kes mati lemas yang direkodkan pada 2010 adalah 331 dan pada 2011, 303 kes.

Beliau berkata terdapat banyak faktor yang mengakibatkan berlaku kes lemas, misalnya akses yang tidak terhad ke pantai, kurang pengetahuan dan pemahaman mengenai keadaan air, kejahilan, pengabaian atau salah anggaran terhadap keadaan air yang berbahaya serta kurang kesedaran dan pendidikan tentang keselamatan air.

“Menjadi tanggungjawab organisasi, agensi dan pihak berkuasa berkenaan yang mempunyai bidang kuasa terhadap kawasan pantai untuk mengenal pasti dan sebaik-baiknya meminimumkan risiko kecederaan atau kematian akibat lemas.

“Tanggungjawab ini bukanlah dengan hanya sekadar memasang papan tanda atau menyediakan peralatan keselamatan,” kata- nya.

Di samping pendidikan tentang amalan keselamatan semasa mengadakan aktiviti di air, Lee berkata orang ramai juga perlu menyokong penyeliaan pantai dan tarikan di air dengan sewajarnya selain menyokong undang-undang yang memerlukan penggunaan alat pengapungan peribadi untuk dipakai semasa berada di pantai.

Berita Harian, 16 November 2012

Kuala Lumpur: Kes kemalangan ketika perjalanan ke tempat kerja meningkat 40 peratus dalam tempoh enam tahun kebelakangan ini daripada 17,704 pada 2006 kepada 28,809 tahun lalu.

Pengerusi Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (NIOSH), Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, berkata punca utama peningkatan kes adalah kurang kesedaran terhadap pemanduan yang selamat di kalangan mangsa.

Peningkatan ini juga dikesan akibat kurang elemen keselamatan dalam sistem pengurusan keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan di tempat kerja, katanya dalam satu kenyataan di sini, semalam.

Lam Thye berkata, kajian Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (PERKESO) dan beberapa universiti tempatan mendapati 88 peratus kes kemalangan berlaku semasa perjalanan pergi ke tempat kerja atau selepas bekerja.

Katanya, daripada jumlah itu 52 peratus kemalangan semasa pergi ke tempat kerja, manakala 36 peratus lagi semasa balik ke rumah selepas tamat waktu bekerja.

Beliau berkata, hasil kajian juga mendapati 68.8 peratus kemalangan membabitkan pekerja waktu pagi, manakala 55 peratus pula berlaku dalam lingkungan kurang lima kilometer dari tempat kerja.

Katanya, kes kemalangan maut di jalan raya di negara ini juga pada tahap membimbangkan dengan lebih 6,000 kes setiap tahun atau 18 hingga 20 orang sehari dalam tempoh beberapa tahun kebelakangan ini.
Katanya, daripada jumlah itu 60 peratus membabitkan penunggang dan pembonceng motosikal yang kebanyakannya generasi muda.

Sehubungan itu, katanya, PERKESO memperkenalkan Pelan Pencegahan Kemalangan Semasa Perjalanan, tahun lalu untuk mengatasi kemalangan semasa perjalanan membabitkan empat program pencegahan.

Antara pendekatan itu adalah program outreach kemalangan semasa perjalanan untuk majikan dan pekerja, program menunggang motosikal dengan selamat dan program pemanduan berhemah.

Menubuhkan sistem pengurusan keselamatan perjalanan atau elemen keselamatan jalan raya dalam sistem pengurusan keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan, katanya.

Thursday, 04 October 2012 14:48

Insiden Pergi Balik Kerja Serius

Utusan Malaysia, 4 October 2012

KUALA LUMPUR 3 Okt. - Dua daripada tiga kematian berkaitan kerja yang berlaku setiap hari di Malaysia adalah akibat kemalangan jalan raya semasa dalam perjalanan pergi dan balik kerja dan ini menjadi kebimbangan utama keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan, kata Pengerusi Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (NIOSH), Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.

Walaupun kemalangan industri telah berkurangan di Malaysia, jumlah kemalangan semasa dalam perjalanan pergi dan balik kerja meningkat hampir 40 peratus bagi tempoh enam tahun lepas kepada 24,809 kemalangan tahun lepas daripada 17,704 kemalangan pada 2006, katanya kepada Bernama hari ini.

Menurut statistik Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso), kadar keseluruhan kemalangan di tempat kerja telah menurun sebanyak 37 peratus daripada 95,006 kemalangan pada tahun 2000 kepada 59,897 kemalangan pada 2011 berikutan peningkatan kesedaran mengenai keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan dan penguatkuasaan peraturan dan undang-undang sejak 10 tahun lepas.

Namun Lee berkata, beliau bimbang dengan jumlah tinggi kemalangan maut di Malaysia membabitkan pekerja dalam perjalanan pergi dan balik kerja kerana dunia pekerjaan telah berubah secara drastik berikutan globalisasi, perubahan demografik, penghijrahan dan perubahan struktur keluarga.

Terdapat lebih 6,000 kematian dicatatkan setiap tahun bagi tempoh beberapa tahun lepas dan ini diterjemahkan kepada kira-kira 18 hingga 20 orang terbunuh setiap hari. Penunggang dan pembonceng motosikal menyumbang kepada kira-kira 60 peratus kematian dan kebanyakan mereka masih muda dan sedang berada di kemuncak kehidupan mereka," tegasnya.

Lee berkata, impak daripada kemalangan semasa perjalanan pergi dan balik kerja adalah lebih besar daripada kemalangan industri kerana kemalangan semasa dalam perjalanan biasanya melibatkan pelbagai kecederaan yang jauh lebih trauma dan teruk berbanding kemalangan di tempat kerja.

Masalah berkaitan dengan peningkatan jumlah kemalangan dalam perjalanan pergi dan balik kerja selalunya disebabkan kurang kesedaran di kalangan pekerja bagi pemanduan dan penunggangan selamat semasa pergi dan balik kerja, kurang program latihan khusus untuk mencegah kemalangan semasa perjalanan pergi dan balik kerja dan kurang elemen keselamatan di jalan raya yang serupa dengan pengurusan keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan di tempat kerja.

Lee berkata, walaupun banyak jabatan dan agensi kerajaan terlibat dalam program pencegahan kemalangan jalan raya, tidak ada pihak berkuasa tunggal untuk mewajibkan program pencegahan kemalangan semasa dalam perjalanan pergi dan balik kerja dan kerajaan perlu mengkaji perkara ini dengan serius.

Beliau berpendapat tindakan serius perlu diambil untuk membangunkan program yang menggalakkan perubahan sikap di kalangan pengguna jalan raya di Malaysia untuk mengatasi masalah memandu secara cuai dan kurang beretika.

Sehubungan itu, beliau berkata, sekolah-sekolah memandu perlu memasukkan perubahan sikap itu dalam sukatan pelajaran mereka manakala majikan perlu mempunyai tangggungjawab moral untuk mengambil pendekatan proaktif terhadap pengurusan risiko di jalan raya, yang akan meninggalkan kesan secara langsung ke atas kos mereka daripada segi pengurangan masa kerja staf, premium insurans lebih tinggi dan imej kurang baik.

Lee berkata, NIOSH juga sedang berusaha menambahbaik modul latihan bagi keselamatan penunggang motosikal dan kursus pemanduan berhemah di masa depan. - BERNAMA

TheBorneoPost
Posted on January 13, 2012, Friday

KOTA KINABALU: The rate of industrial accidents in Malaysia dropped by 48 per cent while commuting accidents increased by 30 per cent from 17,170 to 22,040 cases in the past 10 years, according to National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.

He said the increase in commuting accidents should be given attention by employers as it could affect productivity and result in losses.

“Commuting accidents include workers who are on the way to work or going back home from office. It shows that employers should create safety awareness among motorists and drivers in the workplace,” he said.

Lee said there were a total of 85,926 industrial and commuting accidents in 2001 and 57,656 accidents in 2010.

He said NIOSH Sabah will continue its effort to raise safety and health awareness in both the private and public sectors with various seminars throughout the year.

He said three areas, namely Agriculture and Plantation Division (APD), Occupational Health and Hospitality Division (OHH) and Occupational Safety and Management (OSM) Division, will be prioritised.

“There will be 14 scheduled courses, 18 in-house training and three seminars under the APD with an estimated number of participants at 1,000, while the first Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) – Basic Water Safety course will be organized under the same division.

“As for OHH, NIOSH will be having 18 scheduled courses and 13 in-house trainings on the health in workplace with estimated 600 participants.

“Another course under OHH with 500 female participants will be organized by Socso in Tawau to increase the awareness among women,” he told a press conference at Hyatt Regency Kinabalu yesterday.

Lee said NIOSH will also conduct manual handling and ergonomics training here and in Kudat, Keningau, Sandakan, Lahad Datu, Semporna and Tawau.

Under the OMS, 18 scheduled courses, 23 in-house training and 70 passport security safety courses will be conducted with estimated 2,600 participants.

He said this year’s programmes will be carried out in collaboration with the Road Safety Department (JKJR), oil and gas industry and also manufacturing and construction industry in Sabah.

Lee said NIOSH Labuan and Sabah trained 6,218 participants in 2011.

NIOSH was established on 24 June 1992 as a Company Limited by Guarantee, under the Malaysian Companies Act 1965. As a company, NIOSH is expected to operate efficiently and with minimal administrative bureaucracy.

During the event yesterday, Lee introduced the newly appointed Sabah and Labuan NIOSH manager, Mohd Hussin Abd Salam as the person in charge of the state level training and courses.

Read more: http://www.theborneopost.com/2012/01/13/industrial-accidents-down-commuting-accidents-up/#ixzz1jJJTR0IU

Wednesday, 03 October 2012 12:11

Hanya Labur RM1

Harian Metro, 3 October 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: Semua majikan di negara ini perlu tahu bahawa setiap RM1 yang dibelanjakan untuk memberi pendedahan terhadap pencegahan kemalangan kepada seorang pekerja dapat memberi pulangan sebanyak RM1.90 kepada syarikat.

Menteri Sumber Manusia, Datuk Seri Dr S Subramaniam berkata, syarikat akan menanggung kerugian lebih besar dari segi kos untuk melahirkan sumber modal insan terlatih sekiranya pekerja mereka terbabit dalam nahas jalan raya berbanding hanya RM1 diperlukan untuk kempen pencegahan kemalangan.

Menurut beliau, perkara itu dibuktikan melalui kajian dilakukan Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso) dan dan Institut Keselamatan Antarabangsa.

"Oleh itu saya berharap majikan boleh ambil kira perkara ini dan jangan melihatnya sebagai jalan pintas (mudah) kerana jalan pintas akan memberi pulangan jangka masa singkat tetapi memberi masalah berterusan," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian pada sidang media selepas merasmikan Seminar Pencegahan Kemalangan di Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra (PWTC) di sini, semalam.

Hadir sama Pengerusi Lembaga Perkeso, Datuk Abu Huraira Abu Yazid, Ketua Pegawai Eksekutifnya, Datuk K Selvarajah, Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Pencegahan Bencana dan Pekerja Perkeso, Datuk Dr Vasan Sinnadurai, Pengarah Eksekutif Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara, Rosli Hussin dan Pengurus Besar Majlis Keselamatan Jalan Raya Jerman, Dr Christian Kellner.

Mengulas lanjut Subramaniam berkata, majikan di negara ini hari ini, bagaimanapun sudah menjalankan tanggungjawab dengan baik terhadap pekerjanya.

"Salah satu tandanya terdapat penurunan 37 peratus pada kes kemalangan di tempat kerja jika dibanding 10 tahun lalu walaupun jumlah pekerja dan majikan semakin meningkat.

"Pada tahun 2000, kes kemalangan industri sebanyak 95,006 tetapi berkurang 59,897 pada tahun lalu," katanya.

Tambah beliau bagaimanapun, peratusan kemalangan dalam perjalanan ke tempat kerja terus meningkat ke tahap yang membimbangkan.

"Daripada 59,897 kemalangan direkodkan tahun lalu, 41.4 peratus daripadanya kemalangan dalam perjalanan ke tempat kerja," katanya.

Thursday, 18 October 2012 11:48

Ensuring Safety At The Workplace

The Star , 18 October 2012

The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) wishes to compliment the Star Publications for having initiated and launched a two-day Safety and Health Campaign to promote a safe and healthy working environment for the company.

The fact that both the employer and employees had organised theMenara Star Safety Campaignspoke volumes of their commitment to safety at work.

Such a campaign should be held annually to remind all employees that they must never take their safety for granted.

Awareness of employees concerning safety and fire drills is important and participation in such drills will help to give a sense of urgency to the people involved over a matter of life or death.

Organising safety and fire drills for all buildings especially the high-rise ones should be done annually or once in two years to prepare for an emergency.

I seldom see such safety drills in our high-rise buildings.

Drilling safety into Malaysians must be a way of life and be made a core value and a culture.

Malaysians who have a lackadaisical attitude towards safety must not only have an attitudinal change but must inculcate an appreciation towards safety.

Establishing a safe and healthy work environment requires fundamental changes in the ways work is designed and personnel are deployed, and how the very culture of the organisation understands and acts on safety.

These changes require leadership capable of transforming not just a physical environment, but also the beliefs and practices of those who create the risk and those who work with the risk.

Although Malaysia’s industrial accident rate has been halved over the past 10 years it remains a challenge.

Managing occupational safety and health towards business competitiveness is of utmost importance and employers must see training as an investment and not an expense.

Management or employers must recognise OSH of employees as an integral part of business management.

TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE
Chairman, NIOSH

Friday, 13 January 2012 11:33

Courses For Oil And Gas Workers

Publication: NST
Date of publication: Jan 13, 2012
Section heading: Main Section
Page number: 028

KOTA KINABALU: Courses for workers in the oil and gas industry are among the key agenda for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) in Sabah this year.

The institute is targeting at least 4,000 participants for a variety of courses in its schedule this year and this includes those related to agriculture, tourism and manufacturing where the oil and gas sector comes in.

With new oil field discoveries, major on going projects by national petroleum company Petronas and strategic investments by the state, a boom is expected from this year and the demand for manpower will follow for the industry.

NIOSH chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye yesterday said the state budget of RM4 billion this year indicated things will not slow down in the state especially since the bulk of it will be spent on basic infrastructure development and public amenities.

"For this, NIOSH has taken the initiative to organise more occupational safety and health courses to complement the projected growth in the state especially in the agricultural, tourism and manufacturing sectors."

Earlier Lee witnessed the handing over of duties to the new Sabah and Labuan NIOSH manager Mohd Hussin Abd Salam from Azhar Ahmad who was transferred to its headquarters in Bangi, Selangor.

Monday, 06 February 2012 11:31

Beef Up Safety At Beaches

Monday February 6, 2012 MYT 5:01:00 PM, The Star Online

KUALA LUMPUR: The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has urged relevant agencies and authorities to beef up safety at beaches throughout the country in view of the growing number of deaths by drowning each year.

Its chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said management strategies should be drawn up and implemented effectively to prevent such tragedies.

"We need a strategy for safe beaches, free from drowning. It is not about stopping people from having fun, or preventing them from being in, on, under and around water. We want them to be safe while doing so," he said in a statement here, on Monday.

He said beach safety has not been addressed properly and public safety at the beach tended to be a forgotten issue while considerable attention is given to the protection of environment and other matters.

He said according to the Fire and Rescue Department the number of drownings recorded in 2010 was 331 and in 2011, 303 cases.

He said there are many factors which cause drowning such as unrestricted and ready access to beaches, lack of knowledge and understanding of water conditions, ignorance, disregard or misjudgment of dangerous water conditions and lack of awareness on water safety.

"It is the responsibility of organisations, agencies, and authorities with jurisdiction over beach areas to identify and preferably minimise the risks of injury or death by drowning.

"This responsibility is not sufficiently met by installing signs or providing safety equipment," he said.

Apart from education on safe practices during water activities, Lee said people should also advocate for proper supervision of beaches and other water attractions and support legislation that requires the use of personal floatation devises to be worn in the water. - Bernama

Wednesday, 08 February 2012 11:08

Beef Up Beach Safety

Wednesday February 8, 2012, The Star Online

THE number of drowning cases in the country is worrying. According to the Fire and Rescue Department, 303 cases were recorded in 2011 and 331 in 2010. In Pahang alone, 28 people drowned from 2008 until last January. The number of cases in other states is also alarming.

Beaches can and often provide a range of opportunities for community health and wellbeing. The beach offers social, environmental and physical health and fitness opportunities.

However, the beach also has hazards that can present a risk to the ill-informed, uneducated or those who may choose to ignore, disregard or who misjudge a situation.

The issues surrounding community/public safety have become of greater importance. However, the specifics of beach safety have not been addressed properly and public safety at the beach tend to be the forgotten issue while considerable attention is given to environment protection and others.

We need a strategy for safe beaches, free from drowning. It is not about stopping people from having fun or preventing them from being in, on, under and around water. We want them to be safe while doing so.

There are many factors which cause drowning, such as unrestricted and ready access to beaches, lack of knowledge and understanding of the water conditions, ignorance, disregard or misjudgment of hazardous water conditions, absence of constant visual supervision and, particularly, lack of awareness and education in water safety, personal survival and life-saving.

Beach safety and risk management strategies are crucial to ensure the reduction of death by drowning. The implementation of an effective risk management programme can reduce the incidence of death at our beaches.

It is the responsibility of those organisations, agencies and authorities with jurisdiction over beaches to identify, and preferably minimise, the risks of injury or death by drowning.

This responsibility is not sufficiently satisfied by installing signs or providing safety equipment.

We should advocate proper supervision of beaches and other water attractions, support legislation that requires the use of personal flotation devices to be worn at beaches and educate parents on the need for close supervision of children at beaches.

The time has come for all relevant agencies and authorities to beef up safety along all beaches throughout the country.

Apart from that, education on safe practices during water activities and making safe decisions about water-related activities and to appropriately manage water-related hazards are among the prevention strategies we can adopt.

TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE,

Chairman,

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.

Friday, 02 November 2012 11:05

Bayer CropScience In Food-chain Project

New Straits Times, 2 November 2012

PETALING JAYA: Bayer CropScience has teamed up with Federal Agriculture Marketing Authority (Fama), Nestle Malaysia and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Niosh) for a food-chain partnership project.

The long-term partnership project is aimed at improving the yield and quality of fruits, vegetables and rice in Malaysia.

Bayer Co (M) Sdn Bhd managing director Herbert Dittmar said the collaboration can build relationships that will benefit everyone.

He said the goal is to work with its partners along the entire value chain from seed to shelf to support sustainable production of high-quality fruits, vegetables and rice in the country.

"We are delighted to enter into this collaboration with Fama, Nestle and Niosh on the first-ever food-chain partnership in Malaysia," he said after a memorandum of understanding signing ceremony between Bayer and the three parties here yesterday.

The initiative is a proactive approach to create demand for sustainable crop solutions, facilitating mutually beneficial business relationships and a proven concept with more than 240 projects in more than 30 countries.

With Fama, Bayer will work closely with its contract farmers and durian exporting growers, while for Nestle, Bayer will promote a sustainable integrated crop solution for its chilli growers and, in near future, for rice.

For Niosh, Bayer will continue its efforts to train growers and Niosh staff on the safe use of pesticides.

Speaking to reporters at a press conference here yesterday, Dittmar said Bayer Malaysia will invest RM200,000 a year in the food-chain partnership.

Meanwhile, Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Deputy Minister Datuk Chia Tee Yong said such partnership is important to ensure safe and sustainable food production for consumers.

Bayer CropScience is a global player with core compentencies in healthcare, agriculture and high-tech materials.

Tuesday, 04 September 2012 10:49

Action Will Be Taken Over Labuan Ship Deaths

New Straits Times, 4 September 2012

PETALING JAYA: Action will be taken against those responsible if negligence contributed to a shipping disaster in Labuan in July that resulted in five deaths, Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam said yesterday.

"Once we know what happened, action will be taken," he said at the Conference for Occupational Safety and Health in a shopping mall here

The Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) had attributed the explosion and fire on board a methanol tanker to lightning.

DOSH deputy director-general (operations) Mohtar Musri, who was at the conference, said during the unloading of methanol from MISC ship Bunga Alpina to the Petronas methanol terminal on July 26, it was raining and there was lightning.

"When there is loading and unloading, there is bound to be vapour from the chemicals, and the vapour was what was struck by lightning, causing the explosion. The earthing mechanism was also not working that day."

On another matter, Dr Subramaniam urged employers to invest in occupational safety and health, saying it was an essential investment that would help increase their productivity and profitability. Bernama

 

 

Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam and National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye launching the Conference for Occupational Safety and Health in Petaling Jaya yesterday.

 

 

Friday, 15 February 2013 10:45

Ubah Sikap Pekerja

Thursday, 11 April 2013 10:40

Senaman Di Pejabat

Wednesday, 30 October 2013 17:25

Sekolah Perlu Selamat

Metro Harian, 31 October 2013 |

NIOSH perkenal OSH pasti keselamatan di institusi pendidikan.

 

Tuesday, 29 January 2013 17:21

Safety Cert Helps Firm In Branding

New Straits Times, 29 January 2013

KOTA KINABALU: Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) certification has become the key determinant for the future of industries.

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Niosh) chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said yesterday since 2004, the institute had issued Occupational Safety and Health Management System (MS 1722 and OHSAS 18001) certificates to 22 companies nationwide.

This includes certifying two Sabah oil palm companies -- Lahad Datu Edible Oils Sdn Bhd and TSH Wilmar Sdn Bhd, Kunak -- since Niosh Certification Sdn Bhd (NCSB) was established nine years ago.

"With this certification, we help companies to create branding and it is one way to make sure that industries in Malaysia becomes competent and productive."

He was speaking at the Media Appreciation Lunch 2013 at Pan Pacific Sutera, yesterday. Present were NCSB general manager Shamsul Zahrin Zainudin and Sabah and Labuan Niosh manager Mohd Hussin Abd Salam.

Lee said Sabah was moving towards industrialisation and it was important to comply with the safety standards regulations.

"If a company is certified, customers will be satisfied and they are confident this is a company which complies with safety standards."

This year, Niosh will be organising the Third Borneo Conference and Exhibition on Occupational Safety and Health 2013 in June, here.

Themed "A Global Strategy: Optimising Productivity Through Accident Prevention", the conference would allow participants (employers and employees) to gain knowledge and share information.

Tuesday, 03 December 2013 16:23

Portal Gaji Minimum Dilancarkan

Harian Metro, 03/12/2013

Kuala Lumpur: Menteri Sumber Manusia, Datuk Sri Richard Riot Anak Jaem melancarkan portal Gaji Minimun bertujuan memudahkan pekerja, majikan dan orang ramai memahami aspirasi dasar gaji minimum negara dan pelaksanaan sepenuhnya bermula 1 Januari 2014.

Menurutnya, portal ini memberikan maklumat menerusi tiga segmen iaitu ruangan untuk majikan, pekerja dan berita terkini termasuk penerbitan berkenaan gaji minimum.

"Maklumat kadar pengiraan gaji minimum mengikut bulan, harian dan jam; rasional di sebalik dasar gaji minimum, kumpulan sasar, fungsi Majlis Perundingan Gaji Negara (MPGN), jenis bayaran yang boleh atau tidak serta penguatkuasaan dan penalti dipaparkan," katanya pada Majlis Pelancaran Portal Gaji Minimum di sini.

Katanya, orang ramai boleh muat turun undang-undang perburuhan berkaitan termasuk perintah penundaan di bawah Akta MPGN 2011.

Portal berkenaan boleh dilayari menerusi laman sesawang Kementerian Sumber Manusia iaitu www.mohr.gov.my atau http://minimumwages.mohr.gov.my

Thursday, 31 October 2013 15:38

Niosh Raise The Alarm Over Commuting Accidents

The Star,  31 October 2013

BATU PAHAT: The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Niosh) has pressed the alarm button over the rising number of commuting accidents in the country.

According to Socso statistics, the number has increased each year – from 17,682 cases in 2007 to 26,262 last year. From January to July this year, there were 16,440 cases.

Commuting accidents, mainly road accidents, involve workers on the way to or from the workplace.

Niosh chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said the Government was worried about the rise in the number of such accidents.

“We are concerned because commuting accident cases have gone up about 24% over the last two years.

“Niosh is working closely with the De­­partment of Occupational Safety and Health, Socso and the Road Safety Department to provide education, defensive riding and driving training and others.

“We want to educate workers so that they will be more careful on the road,” he said at the launch of an Occupational Safety and Health in School programme at the Kluang Vocational College here yesterday.

The college is the first vocational institution which participated in the programme since its introduction in 2004 to inculcate work safety awareness in school.

Talks and exhibitions are conducted at schools for teachers and students. So far, more than 20 primary and secondary schools have joined the programme.

According to Lee, 333 incidents were reported in the education sector in 2011 and 310 cases in 2010, but many more were not reported.

“Many feel that schools are safe, but accidents can happen anywhere and we have come across cases like collapsed roofs and accidents on the football field and in the laboratory.

“We want to teach teachers and students about OSH knowledge so they can treat the school like a workplace,” he said.

Saturday, 28 September 2013 14:23

Good Move, City Hall

New Strait Times, 28 Sept 2013

I APPLAUD City Hall for its establishment of 54 monitoring teams to ensure that contractors adhere to guidelines and conditions when building public facilities in the city. (Streets, Sept 18)

According to Mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Talib, the teams comprising City Hall personnel from various departments will monitor the contractors and their work during and after construction by examining the materials used and monitoring the building process.

It is high time the local authority checked and monitored all public facility projects undertaken by contractors to overcome problems like poor quality building materials, cutting corners and shoddy workmanship.

These problems, which affect public safety, must be addressed at the construction stage to avoid accidents that may lead to injuries or deaths.

Ensuring better occupational safety and health standards at all sites where construction activities are carried out will also prevent workplace accidents, which have a high rate in the construction industry.

Better supervision and monitoring of contractors and their work during construction will also help prevent various forms of leakages, which will only add to the costs of the projects.

Badly-designed or badly-built projects will also lead to constant repairs and upgrades, which will impose additional financial burden on the local authority.

But the most critical reason for supervision and monitoring is public safety, which must never be compromised.

Another important issue is the need for the local authority to ensure a culture of good maintenance for all public facilities.

Poor maintenance has been the constant bane of our community and City Hall should set an example for all the local authorities in the country by embracing a culture of good maintenance.

City Hall's move to set up monitoring teams to ensure the better performance of all contractors must be emulated by all other local authorities in the country in the interest of occupational safety and health and public safety.

Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health chairman

Friday, 11 January 2013 15:31

Budaya Utama Keselamatan

Metro Harian, 11 Januari 2013

Bangi: Peningkatan kes kemalangan di tempat kerja dan ketika berulang-alik ke tempat kerja saban tahun mencetuskan rasa tanggungjawab Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Negara (NIOSH) menghebahkan maklumat mengenai keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan secara lebih agresif dan holistik kepada golongan sasar.

Melalui kerjasama strategik dengan akhbar harian nombor satu negara, Harian Metro (HM), mulai hari ini maklumat mengenai keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan disiarkan menerusi artikel atau grafik yang diterbit dalam akhbar ini pada setiap Jumaat.

Pengerusi NIOSH Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye berkata, selaras jumlah pembaca HM yang majoritinya belia bekerja, beliau terpanggil menjalin kerjasama itu dengan objektif utama membudayakan amalan keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan.

“Justeru, kerjasama ini diharap mampu mendidik masyarakat termasuk suri rumah mengenai penjagaan keselamatan dan kesihatan ketika bekerja dalam apa juga sektor,” katanya pada sidang media selepas melancarkan Kerjasama Info Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Antara HM dan NIOSH bersama Pengarang Kumpulan HM Datuk Mustapa Omar di ibu pejabat NIOSH di sini, semalam. Mustapa berkata, pelaksanaan tanggungjawab sosial korporat (CSR) HM itu diteruskan dan kakitangan HM sendiri diharap memanfaatkan maklumat yang ada untuk keselamatan mereka.

 

Monday, 06 May 2013 14:44

Bekerja Di Ruang Terkurung

Bahaya dan Saranan Apabila Berada Di Ruang Terkurung

Star Metro, 2 July 2013

RHB Bank recently launched a campaign to promote a safe and healthy working environment among employees

The Occupational Safety and Health Campaign 2013 aims to achieve a healthier work environment as well as reduce workplace accidents.

“Making the workplace safe is a joint responsibility of both employer and employees.

“An effective health and safety system in the workplace can have a positive effect on productivity and, therefore, on an organisation’s success,” said RHB Banking Group managing director Kellee Kam.

He added that based on internal findings, most health issues were stress-related while in terms of physical injury, they usually were orthopaedic in nature affecting the hands/ wrists and shoulders.

The RHB Banking Group has put in place various measures to assist staff in managing work-related health and safety issues. These include setting up a gym as well as producing a handbook to educate and raise awareness on health and safety.

Health awareness programmes, including talks and training sessions, are also held and employees are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular and outdoor activities.

This year, in conjunction with RHB Bank’s 100th anniversary, an expedition to Mt Kinabalu will be organised.

The three-day campaign was launched by National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.

Also present was RHB Bank Berhad chairman Tan Sri Azlan Zainol.

New Straits Times, 27 August 2013

PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE : NIOSH credited with raising awareness.

KUALA LUMPUR: WORK-RELATED accidents have been  steadily declining in the last 10 years, said Human Resources Minister Datuk Richard Riot Jaem.

"This is because of the continuous training and conferences held by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)," he said when launching the 16th Conference and Exhibition of Occupational Safety and Health (COSH 16) 2013 here yesterday.

Jaem said the number of industrial accidents last year was nearly half from that 10 years ago -- from 63,423 accidents in 2002 to 35,311 last year.

"We have to thank NIOSH, which has been tackling this problem for a long time.

"Kudos to their hard work in making employers and employees realise the importance of preventive measures. As they say, prevention is better than cure."

The annual three-day event is being held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. It will be attended by 1,700 local and foreign participants.

Earlier, NIOSH chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said the conference's main aim was to instil greater awareness and understanding of the importance of occupational safety and health towards zero-accident at work.

"Since its inception in 1998, COSH has served as the premier platform for OSH professionals in Malaysia to share and update their knowledge and skills to meet changes in the Malaysian working environment."

According to the International Labour Organisation, of the 2.34 million occupational fatalities every year globally, only 321,000 deaths were caused by accidents, he added.

Lee said the rest was caused by work-related diseases.

He said diseases, such as pneumoconiosis, remained widespread, while new ones such as mental and musculoskeletal disorders were on the rise.

He also said there were some 160 million cases of non-fatal work-related disease worldwide annually.

New Straits Times, 29 January 2014

ROLE MODEL: Panel's proposal to boost road, sea and air safety following spate of accidents

KUALA LUMPUR: A PROPOSAL to establish a National Transportation Safety Board has been recommended to boost road, sea and air safety in the country.

Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said the proposal was made by the ministry's independent advisory panel following numerous serious accidents in all three areas.

The board, he said, would not only advise but report recommendations and provide improvements directly to the ministry.

"The panel's proposal will be forwarded for cabinet approval soon. Should the board become a reality, it will be historic in the sense that it will be one of a kind in the Asean region.

"It can also act as a role model especially in terms of enhancing road safety," he said after receiving the Genting Highlands bus crash report at the Defence Ministry, yesterday.

The report, compiled by the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, was handed over by panel chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye to Hishammuddin, who is also Defence Minister. In the crash at Km3.6 of Jalan Genting Highlands-Kuala Lumpur on Aug 21 last year, 37 were killed while 16 others were injured.

Hishammuddin said once the board was established, other agencies like the police could also sit on the panel.

Datuk Seri Hishammudin Hussein at a press conference after receiving a report on the Genting Highlands bus crash. With him is Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye (seated left). Pic by Muhd Zaaba Zakeria

Sunday, 09 February 2014 12:43

Lam Thye - Keep Construction Sites Clean

New Straits Times, 09 February 2014.

KUALA LUMPUR: Employers, especially those in the construction business, should ensure the cleanliness of their workplaces to avoid the spread of dengue.

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said any containers that could collect water should be kept empty to avoid mosquito breeding.

"There is a lot of construction going on, especially in the Klang Valley. These places have a high risk of being mosquito-breeding grounds. So, employers should keep their compound clean to avoid cases of dengue in their workplaces."

He said the safety and health committee of every organisation should make cleanliness part of their standard operation procedure.

Lee said the authorities -- especially local councils, developers, employers, residents associations and residents -- should make an effort to avoid dengue from becoming an epidemic.

"Residents are the first line of defence.

"They have to make an effort to keep their houses clean.

"They have to identify possible breeding grounds and clean them up."

He said residents associations, too, should organise more gotong-royong activities in their neighbourhood.

"Fogging should be intensified. However, residents should realise that fogging is not enough.

"It is essential to begin prevention in one's compound."

Utusan, 22 May 2014.

TINDAKAN proaktif, Menteri Kerja Raya, Datuk Fadillah Yusof mengambil inisiatif mengadakan operasi penguatkuasaan bersepadu yang melibatkan beberapa agensi kerajaan di tapak pembinaan kampus UniKL-Malaysia, Institute of Aviation Technology baru-baru ini adalah satu langkah yang patut disokong dan dialu-alukan.

Semua pihak memang menantikan ba­dan berwajib mengambil tanggungjawab dan memikul akauntabiliti memantau dan menguatkuasakan peraturan keselamatan dan amalan baik berhubung kesihatan dan keselamatan terutamanya di tapak-tapak pembinaan.

Kini banyak kawasan pembinaan sedang rancak berjalan terutamanya di Kuala Lumpur dan bandar-bandar besar lain yang melibatkan pembangunan infrastruktur awam dan swasta.

Saban hari tragedi yang berlaku di tapak-tapak pembinaan akan menjadi berita utama di dada akhbar yang mendatangkan rasa gerun bagi orang awam terutamanya pengguna jalan raya ketika melalui kawasan pembinaan ini, khususnya yang melibatkan bangunan pencakar langit.

Konsep turun padang menteri ber­kenaan perlu dilakukan oleh semua hingga ke peringkat kakitangan pelaksana bagi me­langsungkan usaha ini supaya ia dapat mengekang berulangnya kemalangan di tempat kerja.

Adalah disarankan supaya penekanan bukan sahaja diberikan kepada semua projek pembangunan supaya sentiasa mematuhi dan mengamalkan kod amalan baik berhubung kesihatan dan keselamatan di tapak pembinaan, malah pemantauan perlu dilaksanakan serta dikuatkuasakan di semua tapak projek tersebut.

Hal ini kerana ia membabitkan ke­selamatan pekerja dan orang awam yang boleh mengakibatkan kecederaan tubuh badan dan kehilangan nyawa.

Penguatkuasaan undang-undang sedia ada bagi mengekang tragedi daripada berlaku di tapak pembinaan perlu dijalankan dengan tegas supaya mereka yang terlibat akan lebih berakauntabiliti terhadap tanggungjawab mereka menjaga keselamatan pekerja dan orang awam.

Jabatan Kerja Raya sebagai agensi pelaksana yang utama di dalam negara perlu bukan sekadar menjadi contoh malah menjadi model kepada agensi kerajaan dan swasta dalam pematuhan kepada undang-undang dan garis panduan keselamatan dan kesihat­an di tapak pembinaan.

Adalah diharapkan supaya ini menjadi permulaan ke arah penambahbaikan pe­nguatkuasaan dan pemantauan tanggungjawab keselamatan di tempat kerja bagi menzahirkan usaha sebenar membudayakan keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan.

Saya ingin menyeru semua industri di negara ini terutamanya sektor pembinaan, supaya sentiasa sensitif terhadap keperluan keselamatan di tempat kerja dan berusaha untuk mencapai tahap kemalangan sifar.

Mereka yang terlibat di dalam industri pembinaan seharusnya menyedari kesan dan akibat mengabaikan garis panduan ke­selamatan dan mengambil jalan pintas, reka bentuk dan mutu kerja yang bermutu rendah dan kerja yang tidak diawasi atau diselia.

Sekiranya piawaian keselamatan dipa­tuhi dan prosedur serta peraturan ke­selamatan diikuti, saya percaya kecelakaan, kehilangan nyawa atau kecederaan dapat dielakkan.

Laporan mengenai kren tumbang di tapak pembinaan yang menyebabkan kerosakan kepada rumah dan harta awam adalah juga perkara yang menjadi perhatian serius kepada orang ramai. Aktiviti pembinaan yang mengabaikan kesan kepada alam sekitar mendatangkan masalah seperti banjir dan tanah runtuh.

Oleh itu, adalah amat penting bagi semua yang terlibat di dalam industri pembinaan supaya sentiasa sensitif kepada masalah tersebut dan mengambil semua langkah yang perlu untuk mengelakkan kemalangan di tempat kerja. Beberapa tragedi yang berlaku kebelakangan ini memerlukan pihak berkuasa memberikan perhatian kepada tahap piawaian keselamatan di tempat kerja yang lebih tinggi.

Merujuk kepada industri pembinaan, pihak pemaju perlu memikul tanggungjawab untuk memilih kontraktor yang berkelayakan dan berhemah dari segi ke­selamatan. Semasa mengeluarkan tender, perlu ditekankan bahawa penerimaan tender yang terendah bukanlah dengan me­ngorbankan prinsip keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan.

Masanya telah tiba bagi pihak kontraktor yang ingin mengambil bahagian di dalam sesuatu kontrak pembinaan menyediakan polisi keselamatan, pelan pengenalpastian hazard, penilaian risiko, program pengawalan risiko dan juga maklumat me­ngenai pengalaman dan latihan keselamat­an yang diberikan kepada pekerja mereka.

Walaupun kerajaan menggubal undang-undang dan menguatkuasakannya, melaksanakan sistem pengurusan keselamatan di tapak pembinaan adalah tanggungjawab kontraktor utama dan subkontraktor.

Pengurusan keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan yang berkesan bukan sahaja mengurangkan risiko kemalangan di tempat kerja bahkan memberikan pulangan yang baik kepada syarikat dan meningkatkan produktiviti.

Keselamatan pekerjaan tidak sepatutnya dilihat sebagai faktor yang melenyapkan keuntungan di dalam pengurusan industri, sebaliknya hendaklah dianggap sebagai pemangkin produktiviti terutamanya di dalam industri pembinaan.

TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE ialah Pengerusi Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Kebangsaan (NIOSH).

Thursday, 06 February 2014 12:15

Keperluan Sistem Kerja Selamat Pengendali Kren

Utusan Malaysia, 06 February 2014

TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE ialah Pengerusi Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Kebangsaan (NIOSH)

SEJAK kebelakangan ini, kemalangan yang melibatkan kren kerap berlaku. Terbaru pada 26 Januari lalu seorang pekerja kilang di Georgetown, Pulau Pinang maut akibat merempuh sebuah kren yang melintang jalan.

Kren yang digunakan untuk kerja penyelenggaraan dan pembaikan tiang lampu jalan terbalik menyebabkan lengan besi kren berkenaan melintang dan menghalang lalu lintas.

Terdahulu, sebuah jentera yang menjalankan kerja-kerja menanam cerucuk di sebuah tapak pembinaan tiba-tiba tumbang selepas berlaku mendapan tanah, berhampiran Hotel Grand Millennium, di Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.

Satu lagi kemalangan yang melibatkan kren berlaku di Subang, Selangor pada tahun lepas di mana seorang lelaki maut manakala seorang lagi parah selepas cerucuk besi seberat 10 tan menghempap dua kereta di Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang, Selangor. Cerucuk besi yang diangkat kren itu dikatakan terlepas sebelum menghempap dua kereta yang kebetulan melalui kawasan berkenaan.

Setiap kejadian kemalangan yang berlaku menunjukkan bahawa pengendali kren (crane operator) tidak mempraktikkan sistem kerja yang selamat dan sihat serta berkemungkinan mereka tidak diberi latihan yang mencukupi.

Bagi memastikan kren dikendali dengan selamat dan perancah dipasang oleh pekerja mahir dan terlatih, kerajaan telah mewajibkan semua pengendali kren dan pengendali perancah yang bekerja di tapak binaan mengikuti kursus kompetensi dan mempunyai sijil kelayakan yang dikeluarkan oleh institusi atau organisasi yang diiktiraf oleh kerajaan sahaja.

Jabatan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan (JKKP) di bawah peruntukan 26(1) Peraturan-peraturan (Pemberitahuan, Perakuan Kelayakan dan Pemeriksaan) Kilang dan Jentera, 1970 mensyaratkan semua kren yang digunakan mempunyai seorang operator yang berkelayakan sebelum ia boleh beroperasi.

Operator kren dikehendaki mengikuti kursus operator kren di pusat pengajar yang telah diiktiraf oleh jabatan. Ini adalah untuk menentukan tahap kemahiran mereka dan juga bagi membolehkan mereka mempelajari tatacara pengendalian kren yang betul dan selamat.

Bagi memastikan setiap pekerja mengamalkan amalan kerja selamat, beberapa perkara penting perlu diberi perhatian seperti:

1. Pengenalpastian risiko ke atas persekitaran di mana kren ditempatkan sebelum aktiviti kerja mengangkat barang-barang hendaklah dijalankan sebagai langkah keselamatan.

2. Pemandu kren hendaklah dapat melihat dengan jelas kedudukan pekerja yang menjalankan kerja dan beban yang diangkat.

3. Setiap kaki kren bergerak hendaklah bertampung di atas asas yang kuat, kukuh dan bersaiz yang bersesuaian. Jika kayu digunakan, ia hendaklah daripada spesifikasi yang tidak mudah reput bila terdedah kepada kelembapan.

4. Kren bergerak beroda hendaklah diletakkan di atas tanah yang kukuh, mampat dan permukaan rata.

5. Melantik 'signalman' berpengalaman, terlatih dan berkeupayaan dalam memberi maklum balas serta merta kepada pemandu kren bergerak mengenai sesuatu keadaan berbahaya yang timbul semasa proses pengangkatan beban dijalankan

6. Pemandu kren yang dilantik hendaklah mempunyai Sijil Pendaftaran Pengendalian Kren.

Adalah diharapkan agar pihak majikan mengambil perhatian serius bagi menangani isu ini dengan mengadakan perbincangan dengan pihak-pihak yang terlibat serta melakukan penaksiran risiko ke atas aktiviti kerja terutamanya yang melibatkan penggunaan kren serta memastikan aspek-aspek keselamatan dititikberatkan oleh setiap pekerja.

Kemalangan maut yang membabitkan kren yang terbalik di Jalan Masjid Negeri, Pulau Pinang, baru-baru ini.

Thursday, 21 August 2014 11:25

Insiden MRT Jadikan Pengajaran

Utusan, 21 Ogos 2014.

Kuala Lumpur 20  Ogos - Institut Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Kebangsaan (NIOSH) melihat kejadian konkrit landasan projek MRT di Kota Damansara dekat sini  runtuh malam semalam yang mengorbankan tiga nyawa perlu dijadikan pengajaran kepada semua pihak.

Pengerusinya,Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye (gambar) menegaskan antara pihak yang perlu mengambil perhatian serius adalah golongan sub kontraktor yang dilihat kurang mengambil berat soal keselamatan di tapak pembinaan.

Jelas beliau ,hal demikian kerana kejadian seumpama itu mungkin berlaku akibat tidak mengikut peraturan-peraturan keselamatan di tapak pembinaan.

" Bila tiada pemantauan dan penyeliaan pada waktu kerja dijalankan,kemalangan boleh berlaku.Apabila struktur binaan jatuh,kemungkinan tidak ikut prosedur operasi standard (SOP).

" Berikutan ini,tanggungjawab berada pada bahu penyelia yang mungkin tidak buat pemantauan dan penyeliaan", katanya ketika dihubungi di sini hari ini.

Dalam pada itu,jelas Lam Thye hanya dengan sistem  pengurusn keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan yang efektif akan menyumbang ke arah mencapai budaya keselamatan holistik dalam sesuatu industri.

Beliau berkata,konsep keselamatan berasaskan tingkah laku adalah perkara utama yang harus dititiberatkan dalam industri pembinaan agar setiap individu dapat melihat keselamatan sebagai tanggungjawab mereka.

Industri pembinaan menuntut sifat ketelitian aspek keselamatan dan perkara ini harus dijadikan teras dalam diri semua pihak.Setiap individu berisiko untuk terlibat dalam kemalangan.

" Perkara ini mesti dipupuk kedalam minda setiap individu di tempat kerja,agar kecuaian dan keselamatan tidak berlaku," katanya.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 15:45

Ensure Safety of Spinning Rides

The Star, 14/10/2014

The recent case of an eight-year-old Malaysian girl, who was killed after being flung out of her seat from a spinning ride at the Royal Adelaide show, should serve as a bitter lesson to us with a view of preventing similar tragedies in Malaysia.

The mother of the girl, Adelene Leong, must have been traumatised given her description of her daughter as “my lovely beautiful...wonderful little angel of my heart”.

According to the report from Adelaide, the deceased was thrown from the AirMaxx 360 ride which had a height requirement.

The accident is now under investigation by the South Australian authority concerned and hopefully the report will be made public in due course.

The accident was most tragic and it is incumbent upon the authorities concerned to find out the actual cause so that such incidents can be prevented.

It could happen anyone if appropriate preventive measures are not taken.

In Malaysia, our concern is that occasionally there are amusement centres and fun fairs that have games and spinning rides.

In view of this, there are a number of issues which need to be looked into in the interest of safety.

The height limitation is enforced to gauge if a person is capable of properly utilising the safety restraints (seat belt/bar) provided.

There is a false assumption that riders who clear the height limitation understand the dangers associated with the restraint not properly worn or applied.

Safety checks must be conducted before a ride take-off to prevent any elements of neglect by the crew and operator.

The safety mechanisms, including seat restraints, must be regularly checked and maintained before each ride.

Questions that need to be looked into include: Are the ride operators/crew adequately trained by the ride manufacturer?

Is there an operation manual to ensure the proper operation of each ride?

Rides at permanent amusement parks may have a system in place but it will be better to subject them to regular audits.

It should be the concern of amusement park operators as well as that of the relevant authorities to ensure spinning rides at mobile circuses and fun-fairs are safe at all times.

TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE

Chairman, NIOSH 

 

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