UiTM SHAH ALAM    |   2023-07-10


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Site Safety Supervisor (SSS) which is recognized by the Department of Occupational Safety & Health Malaysia (JKKP @ DOSH) and the Ministry of Human Resources with a DOSH recognition certificate for participants who will participate in this program. Under Regulation 25 (1), Factories and Machinery (Operation of Buildings and Engineering Works) (Safety) Regulations 1986 [BOWEC], the main contractor must appoint a construction site safety supervisor to carry out safety supervision over the construction activities carried out at the construction site.

1. Understanding of Safety Regulations
2. Effectively assess potential risks and hazards in the workplace,
develop strategies to mitigate those risks, and implement risk
management plans to ensure a safe working environment.
3. Well-versed in the relevant safety regulations and codes and be
able to ensure compliance with those regulations in the

Module 1: Introduction
- History Perspective
- Overview of OSH in Malaysia
- Importance of OSH
- Duties and Tasks of Site Safety Management Supervisor

Module 2: Occupational Safety and Health Legislation
- Introduction
- OSHA 1994 and Regulations
- FMA 1967 and Regulations
- FMA BOWECS Regulations & Other Legislation

Module 3: Occupational Safety and Health Management System
- Introduction of OSHMS
- Purposes of OSHMS
- Elements of OSHMS
- Benefits of OSHMS

Module 4: Consultation and Communication
- Effective Communication
- Promotion
- Consultation
- SHC Functions
- Tool-box Briefing
- In-house Training

Module 5: Site Management
- Site Planning and Budgeting
- Risk Management – HIRARC
- Risk Management – PTW
- Risk Management – LOTO
- Risk Management – JSA
- Risk Management – SOP
- Accident Investigation and Reporting
- Inspection and Audit
- Emergency Preparedness
- Documentation

Module 6: Occupational Safety
- Site Security
- Site Office Safety
- Site Transport
- Excavation
- Piling
- Formwork/ Falsework and Concrete Work
- Working at Height
- Mechanical Plant & Machinery Safety
- Electrical Safety
- Hand and Power Tools Safety
- Explosive and Blasting Safety
- Lifting Operation
- Confined Space
- Welding & Cutting
- Demolition Work
- Tunneling Work
- Under Water and above Water Work
- Housekeeping
- Fire Prevention
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Safety Signage

Module 7: Occupational Health
- Health and Welfare Provisions
- Ergonomics
- Occupational Health in Construction
- First Aid Management


1. Malaysia Citizen and Fit to Work.
2. Having any Safety and Health related Diploma or Degree or
Equivalent from local or international IPTA/IPTS