Malaysian Society for Occupational Safety and Health
17TH 18TH DECEMBER 2016 TIME: 9.00AM-5.00PM
THE LIMETREE HOTEL, KUCHING, SARAWAK
INTRODUCTION In conjuction with the MSOSH OSH SME Award 2017, the society is organising seminar. This will be
an exciting event which cannot afford to miss. This Award a besttowed on SMEs which one recognised for their
outstanding safety and health awareness as well as long team commitment in nuturing a safe and healthy work
culture among the employers and employees. The nominee must have introduced initiatives that promote
occupational safety and health awareness demostrated strong management leadership and active participation in
occupational safety and health.
The seminar aims to bring together regulators, industry leaders and safety professionals to identify problems, formulate
recommendations and develop and implement best practices to ensure the improvement and advancement of
safety standards in the workplace. Implementing health and safety measurers doesn't have to be expensive, time
consuming or complicated. In fact, safer and more efficient work-ing practices can often save money but, more
importantly, they can help save lives.
OBJECTIVE OF PROGRAM The objective of the Program is to help increase awareness and understanding of
employers and employees about the importance of occupational safety and health management, especially with
respect to compliance with relevant legislation, as well as the application of a safe and healthy work practices in SME
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The seminar is designed for small and medium enterprises / companies ( SMEs) operating in the manufacturing sector .
Safety /Plant Facility / Factory / Production Managers & Executives / Safety Committee members, and others with safety responsibilities
will gain valuable knowledge.
Safety professionals seeking the Continuous Education Program (CEP) recognition will also benefit from attending this seminar.
SMART OSH TOOL SERIES: DYNAMIC HIRARC FOR OSH PRACTITIONER
INTRODUCTION HIRARC is a process to assist OSH practitioner in management of hazard at their workplace
through combination of severity and likelihood to determine the risk level. Then, prioritization of risk to be placed
in order to minimize the potential unneeded incident that may occurred.
Day to day, OSH task challenges become more significant where they involve in maintenance of OSH
management system as well as implementing safety rules in workplace. Therefore, they really need a powerful
medium for identification, determination and make a decision for continuous improvement in OSH within short
lead time but must be proven in efficient and effective manner.
This training is designed to cater the needs of managing the risk with appropriate method assessment where it
possible to give a quick impact to the effectiveness of
OBJECTIVE OF PROGRAM
Able to describe the overall hazard analysis techniques and management of risk.
Able to explains the safety management concern on the hazard prevention
Able to utilize a dynamic HIRARC format at workplace.
1. Accident and incident
Relationship with poor risk management
2. Refresher of Hazard-Risk understanding
Hazard: classification, identification.
How critical hazard impact to organization
Risk management and its application
3. Common HIRARC concept
HIRARC Guideline 2008
Challenges in preparing HIRARC
4. Utilization of HIRARC tool
Main component in HIRARC tool
Process step of assessment
Reporting and analysis
Presentation to top management
ZANUDDIN BIN KISMAN, Management Committee Of MSOSH and HSE Manager for Oil, Gas & Chemical (OGC) Division for
Petrotechnical Inspection (M) Sdn Bhd, subsidiary of SGS (M) Sdn Bhd Scope of Work: Upstream & Downstream (sampling, analyse, testing, verification of petroleum products, NDT Inspection & HSE Consultancy for Oil & Gas sector) Clients: 1. Talisman, 2. Shell, 3. Halliburton 4.Geowell 5. Petronas 6. CPOC 7.Schlumberger 8.Vestigo Petroleum 9. Baker Hughes 10. FMC Technologies
Responsible for the overall implementation and maintenance of HSE Management System as per the standard guideline and requirement
To advise the management and support business on HSE issues within the Company and at project sites.
Responsible for the overall implementation and maintenance of Petrotechnical Inspection Sdn Bhd (PTI) Occupational Safety & Health Management System in relation to OHSAS 18001
Involvement & Participation
Participate in Senior Management HSE Engagement Session
Clients Site Audit Geowell, Shell Global, Schlumberger, Halliburton
Appointed as Management Representative for OHSAS18001:2007 certification
Lead PTI Labuan for OHSAS18001:2007 certification
Lead OGC Kerteh for OHSAS18001:2007 certification
Appointed as Team Leader for HSE Consultant scope of work for Bina Puri Sdn Bhd (Package 16) for RAPID Pengerang Project
Additional Responsibilities :
Internal Auditor for ISO 9001:2008
Internal Auditor for OHSAS 18001:2007
Internal Auditor for ISO 22000 (GMP)
Committee Members for ISO 14001 Implementation
WORKING EXPERIENCE 2011 - 2012: HSE Project Manager for Kencana Torsco Sdn Bhd for Sabah Oil Gas Terminal Project, subsidiary of SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad (SKPB) Scope of Work: EPCC - Piping and Steel Structure for Pipe Rack Clients: Samsung Engineering & Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd (SBO) 2009 2010 : HSE Executive for Foxboro (M) Sdn Bhd, subsidiary of Progressive Impact Technology (PiTech), a vendor and contractor for Oil & Gas industry Clients: 1. Petronas Malaysian Liquefied Natural Gas (MLNG), 2.Melaka Lube Blending Plant, 3.Optimal Plant 4.Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd (PMO, SKO & SBO), 5.Sabah Shell Petroleum Company (SSPC), 6.Gas Processing Plant (GPP 5&6)
MOHAMAD ALIASMAN BIN MORSHIDI, TECHIOSH. Extensive engineering and supervision experience in factory set-up, the
operation, facility and maintenance of process and equipment in multinational industry. Also experienced in Civil Works Construction Company Class A, specializing in Quality, Audits and Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) management. With Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) from University of Queensland Australia and Executive Master in Business Administration (eMBA) from Mara Technology University (UiTM), he is specializing in HSE management in manufacturing, construction and oil & gas industries for the past 17 years. He was certified as Safety & Health Officer (SHO #: JKKP IS 127/438/2/2990) and Radiation Protection Officer (RPO #: 3677). Certified ISO9001:2008, ISO14001:2004 and OHSAS18001:2007 auditor, Traffic Management Officer (TMO), HRDF Train the Trainer (TTT #: 3982) and NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health. With his vast experience working in MNC in front end electronic industry, he has been extensively involved and had acquired in-depth hands-on various areas and aspects in hazardous materials (HAZMAT), radiation and project management. He was sent for technology transfer and training in Japan, chemical distribution system training in Arizona, U.S and also facility set-up and radiation technology transfer in Austria. He also exposed with Factory Mutual (FM) audits as part of the organizations risk management. Furthermore, he also trained in Authorized Gas Tester (AGT), Radiation Protection Program, Facility and Equipment Safety Set-up, Traffic Safety Management in Construction, Emergency Response Plan (including Incident Command System), Fire Safety and First Aid (including Automated External Defibrillator, AED). In construction industry, he has been involved few important construction projects in Sarawak. Some of the projects are Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Sarawak, Tanjung Kidurong-Suai-Bakam (TKSB) Road and Assar Senari Independent Oil Terminal (IOT). He is in-charge on the overall QHSE performance and improvement of the organization such as subcontractors performance evaluation, the integration and improvement of QHSE processes, participation in National QHSE awards and CSR activities. In Oil & Gas industry, he assist the organization to establish HSE Culture framework and how the organization can link the hardware of HSE Management System and software HSE issues related to management and workers. Currently, working at CTRM Aero Composite Sdn Bhd as Head of HSE Department. He oversees the overall HSE issues pertaining HSE Management System and Culture at the workplace. In the process establishing HSE Management framework and also assess, understand and measure HSE Culture in the organization through survey, observation and engagement at all level of employees. Involved actively in HSE training, consultation, NGOs and also writing in OSH discipline. Presented papers at Malaysian and International Conference of Occupational Safety and Health (COSH, BOSH and GLOW2012), NIOSH and MSOSH Seminar. Invited as a trainer for NIOSH, CONSIST and FMM Institute. Currently the Deputy Chairman of NRG-SHE (No: F0002), MSOSH member (No: I1848), Technical IOSH member (No.: 167131) and ASSE member (No.: No: 010069079).
MAHAYUDDIN B. ABDULLAH M.S C I NDUS T RI AL S AF E TY ( UKM ) B .S C E NV I RO NME NT AL T E CHNO LO GY (UM T)
+60 13 575 2002 MAHAYUDDIN.ABDULLAH1 @GMAIL.COM
1. PhD, Environment Studies & Policy UKM (2015 on going) 2. Master Degree in Industrial Safety, Pass with Honors, Malaysia National University (UKM) 3. Bachelor Degree in Environmental Technology, Pass with Honors, University Malaysia Terengganu PROFFESIONAL WORKING EXPERIENCE
Summary of extensive years of working experience managing and implementing Health Safety and Environment (HSE) in Oil and gas Background 1. BASF PETRONAS CHEMICAL Sdn Bhd, Safety & Environment Manager 2. Department of Environment Malaysia, Assistant director EIA Division 3. Petronas Gas Berhad (PGB) HSE Officer 4. WASCO Coating HSE Officer
TECHNICAL QUALIFICAT IONS
Authorized Gas Tester (AGT) for Department occupational Safety & Health (DOSH) Registration No: JKKP HIE 127/171-5 (2257)
Entrant Supervisor (ES) for Department occupational Safety & Health (DOSH) Registration No: JKKP HIE 127/171-6 (2186)
National Working Committee for Development of Process Safety Guideline (PSM) with DOSH
Certified Safety & Health Officer recognised by DOSH. Registration No: JKKP IS 127 / 438 / 2 / 4562
Certificate Train the trainer recognised by NIOSH, Malaysia. Registration No: BTT 0245-J
Competent person Certified Environmental Professional in Scheduled Waste Management from by DOE. Registration No : CePSWaM/00035
International Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH) UK Membership
Malaysia Occupational Safety and Health Association (MSOSH) Membership
TIME DAY 1
0800 OSH Management System Related to SMI (Sistem Pengurusan KKP di sektor IKS)
By En. Mohamad Aliasman Bin Morshidi, Head of HSE Department of CTRM Aero Composite Sdn Bhd
0900 Tea Break
0930 Return to Work Matters: A Journey Through the Decade
By Director of Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (PERKESO), Negeri Sarawak
1030 OSH Legislation Related to SMI (Perundangan KKP berkaitan IKS)
By DOSH Negeri Sarawak
1130 Question and Answer Session for Paper 1 3
1200 Welcome Address by Encik Zanuddin Bin Kisman,
Organising Chairman of SME Seminar and Management Committee Member
Keynote Address and Opening Ceremony
1330 The Importance of 5S towards OSH in SMI (Kepentingan 5S terhadap KKP di IKS)
By En. Mahayuddin B. Abdullah
1415 Employers Leadership in Improving OSH in SMI (Peranan Kepimpinan Majikan dalam Meningkatkan Prestasi
KKP di IKS)
By En. Mahayuddin B. Abdullah
1515 Question and Answer Session for Paper 4 5
1530 Checklist of OSH Auditing
By En. Zanuddin Bin Kisman, Management Committee Member MSOSH
1630 End of 1st Day
TIME DAY 2
0815 Lecture by En. Mohamad Aliasman Bin Morshidi, Head of HSE Department of CTRM Aero Composite Sdn Bhd
PROGRAM AGENDA (1 day) via fast learning
Lesson learnt: Accident, incident, statistics
Basic Learning of Hazard-Risk
Hazard classification and identification
Principle of risk management
Legal Requirement OSHA 1994, FMA 1967
Standard requirement OHSAS 18001, MS1722,
Other similar risk management approach
Introduction of HIRARC
Challenges in generating HIRARC
Dynamic tool of HIRARC, concept, application and
benefits to user.
0930 Tea Break
1000 Continues lecturer
Assessment steps through HIRARC dynamic tool
o Job listing, Preliminary study through HAZID
o Input assessment data to template
o Auto generation of Risk Analysis.
o Prioritization of risk
o Significant Risk Register
o Management process for significant risk
1600 Question and Answer Session
1630 End of seminar.
REGISTRATION FEE VENUE
MSOSH MEMBER RM70.00
NON MEMBER RM130.00
Date of Training: 17-18 December 2016 Closing Date 9th December 2016
THE LIMETREE HOTEL
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