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Major Hazard Competent Person

  • Competent Person Major Hazard is registered under the provisions of Regulation 13, Occupational Safety and Health (The Control of Industrial Major Accident Hazards) Regulations, 1996.


    Duties of a Competent Person


    To provide consultations to the manufacturer in major hazard control especially in the following areas:
    • In the preparation of a written Report (new report) containing the information specified under the Schedule 6 of the Regulations for submission to the Director General.

    • In the preparation of a further report (modification report) to take account of those changes make in any modification works for submission to the Director General.

    • In the preparation of a further report (updating report) which shall have regard in particular to new technical knowledge which materially affects the particulars in the previous report relating to safety and development in the knowledge of hazard assessment for submission to the Director General.

    • In the preparation and keeping up to date an adequate on site emergency plan for submission to the Director General.

  • To register as Competent Person Major Hazard, the applicant shall:

    • Be a Malaysian citizen; or if a foreign resident, shall hold a valid Malaysian working permit.
    • Not be less than twenty-one (21) years of age.
    • Hold a degree or equivalent in one of the following disciplines: engineering, physics, chemistry, biochemistry, ergonomics or applied science from a recognized University.
    • Not less than three (3) years' practical experience relevant to the work to be performed by a Competent Person under the Regulations.
    • Has good knowledge and experience in the following areas:
                a)    Malaysian legislation on Major Hazards in particular OSH Act, 1994 and the relevant Regulations make there under.
                b)    Safety Management System for loss prevention.
                c)    Emergency response plan and procedure.
    • Has adequate knowledge and understanding in the Quantitative Risk Assessment.
  • Interview Schedule For 2019

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    Date
    1. 09 January 2019
    2. 13 February 2019
    3. 06 March 2019
    4. 10 April 2019
    5.
    08 May 2019
    6. 12 June 2019
    7. 10 July 2019
    8. 07 August 2019
    9. 11 September 2019
    10. 09 October 2019
    11. 06 November 2019
    12. 04 December 2019
  • Guidance on Preparation and Updating of Report on Industrial Activity is developed to homogenize the reporting format for Industrial Activity Report (for both new and updated document). Document must be written according to the guidance, and come into force on March 9, 2017. Otherwise, document will not be reviewed.

    Attachment: Guidance on Preparation and Updating of Report on Industrial Activity
  • Each Emergency Response Plan (for both new and updated document) must contain each element in ERP Checklist, and come into force on March 9, 2017. Otherwise, document will not be reviewed.

    Attachment: Checklist ERP

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