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  1. The Occupational Safety and Health (Noise Exposure) Regulations 2019 have replaced the Factories and Machinery (Noise Exposure) Regulations 1989. In conjunction with this, the Tapak Selamat proposes how these regulations can be implemented in the construction industry. This Tapak Selamat outlines the planning and implementation guidance of these regulations to the clients and builders, who involve in construction projects.

    pdf Tapak Selamat 1/2019 - Mengawal bising di tapak pembinaan

  2. This Tapak Selamat is prepared to gather feedback on several key issues from stakeholders in construction industry on the implementation of OSHCIM Guidelines.

    pdf Tapak Selamat 2/2019 - Perlaksanaan Garis Panduan OSHCIM

  3. This Tapak Selamat summarised key activities by BKTB throughout 2019 in promoting the OSHCIM Guidelines.

    pdf Tapak Selamat  3/2019
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  1.  Key principles of OSH Leadership

    This article described 10 key principles that will help employer to achieve successful leadership and worker involvement, and hence encouraging OSH ownership.

    Bil 1/2018: Key principles of OSH Leadership Design

  2.  Mind Your Step

    OSHA requires constructor as an employer, who creates and works with the workplace risks, to provide and maintain places of work and access/egress that are safe for his workers and person other than his employer. Safe means that there should be no risk of being run over by machinery, no risk of tripping/ slipping, no risk of falling from any height, no risk of objects falling on to people and other safety hazards, while working or using the access/ egress route in the construction site. This Tapak Selamat explains the significance of safe work environment, that contributes to 32.3% of accidents investigated by DOSH between 2012 to 2016. At the end, it briefly describes what the employer should do to ensure a good site order and safe work environment.

    Bil 2/2018: Mind Your Step

  3.  OSH Strategic Plan 2018-2020: Construction Industry

    The achievement in 2018 and target for 2019 of the OSH Strategic Plan are briefly described.

    Bil 3/2018: OSH Strategic Plan 2018-2020: Construction Industry


  1. Prevention Through Design

    The concept of Prevention through Design is explained along with its implementation in selected countries in the world. The status of Guidelines on Occupational Safety and Health in Construction Industry (Management) is stated.

    Bil 1/2017: Prevention Through Design

  2. Guide to the Client

    Some short guidance for the client according to the recommendations in the Guidelines on Occupational Safety and Health in Construction Industry (Management) 2017.

    Bil 2/2017: Panduan Ringkas Kepada Klien Berdasarkan Garis Panduan Keselamatan Dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan Di Industri Pembinaan (Pengurusan)

  3. Construction Strategic Plan

    The background, outcome and focus of the Occupational Safety and Health in Construction Industry Strategic Plan is briefly described.

    Bil 3/2017: Occupational Safety and Health Strategic Plan: Construction Industry


  1. Ladder

    Common hazards while working with ladder with its control measure are described according to regulatory requirements and guidelines. Other issues described are approval of design and drawing of scaffold, issuance of JKJ 26 notice and red dust and bending fatigue in wire rope.

    Bil 1/2016: Ladders and Stepladders

  2. Some Construction Safety Issues

    Some issues related with construction site enforcement and regulatory requirements (appointment of safety and health officer and design approval of scaffold) are explained.

    Bil 2/2015 : 6 Points to Prevent Formwork-Falsework Accident

  3. Accident Statistics

    Accident statistics in construction industry in 2015 are presented and analysed along with the effect of incompliance to the OSH requirements.

    Bil 3/2016: Accident Statistics


  1. Blasting in Construction Site

    There are specific regulatory requirements, under Part XV, BOWECS related with blasting in construction site.  The contractor is required to appoint designated person and shotfirer to ensure safe blasting operation.

     Bil 1/2015 : Blasting Activity in Construction Industry

  2. Preventing Falsework Accident

    There are six fundamentals that require specific attention in order to prevent falsework accident. These fundamentals are combination of essence of the regulatory requirements and lessons learnt from forensic accident investigation

    Bil 2/2015 : 6 Points to Prevent Formwork-Falsework Accident

  3. Excavation Safety

    Common hazards of excavation works are presented along with practical guidance on how to manage them. Most of the contents are published as Guidelines on Occupational Safety and Health in Construction Industry (Excavation) 2017.

    Bil 3/2015 : Excavation Safety

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