Occupational Safety, Health and Environment (OSHE)

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Work scope:

  1. Members should monitor the safety and health aspects of the work place
  2. Members should get feedback related to safety and health from staff
  3. The committee should assist in forming the rules of OSH and safe work system at the work place
  4. The committee should revise the effectiveness of safety and health programs implemented
  5. The committee should conduct studies on accident trends, near-misses, dangerous occurrences, occupational poisons and diseases at the work place.
  6. The committee should report to the management on any unsafe acts or unsafe conditions at the work place with suggestions for corrective improvements
  7. The committee should revise the safety and health policy and propose recommendations to management for any changes.
  8. The committee should inspect the work place at least once in every three months to determine if there is anything hazardous to the safety and health of the workers.
  9. The committee should make recommendations to the management to overcome any hazardous conditions that may affect the safety and health of the workers
  10. The committee should investigate any accidents, near-misses, dangerous occurrences, occupational poisons and diseases that occurred at the work place and discuss the investigation outcome as well as present the recommendations to the employer to prevent the recurrence of the incidents.
  11. The committee should hold meetings as often as possible but it must be at least once in three months.
  12. Other duties as specified in Act 514: Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994, OSH (Safety and Health Committee) Regulation 1996 and as directed by the university.

ERT Organization Chart
Emergency Contact No.

ERT Organization Chart

 

 
Name

Ext. No./ HP

En. Md. Zaki Shawal

10088 /
(012-7551552)

En. Mohd. Nor Faizal Jamaluddin

57791 /
(017-2762335)

En. Mohd Faizatulaszhar Zainuddin

57795 /
(012-6619480)

En. Mohamad Zahar Abd. Samad

57792 /
(012-7157251)

Pn. Anum Yusof

10092 /
(017-7788326)

En. Mohamad Fauzan Shahidan

10092 /
(013-7010096)

En. Mohd. Norul Jefrizan Mahd Sidik

10069 /
(012-7064091)

En. Norazrol Abdul Rahman

10093 /
(017-7305970)


oshe policy 2016


P A S S


Pull the Pin at the top of the extinguisher. The pin releases a locking mechanism and will allow you to discharge the extinguisher.

Aim at the base of the fire, not the flames. This is important - in order to put out the fire, you must extinguish the fuel.

Squeeze the lever slowly. This will release the extinguishing agent in the extinguisher. If the handle is released, the discharge will stop.

Sweep fromside to side. Using a sweeping motion, move the fire extinguisher back and forth until the fire is completely out. Operate the extinguisher from a safe distance, several feet away, and then move towards the fire once it starts to diminish. Be sure to read the instructions on your fire extinguisher


How To Use Fire Extinguisher


Without oxygen being passed from the lungs to the blood stream and then pumped around the body by the heart a person will die. When a person suffers cardiac arrest their heart stops beating, they lose consciousness, they stop breathing, and blood will not circulate. Unless they receive prompt first aid attention until medical or ambulance help arrives they will suffer irreparable brain damage and die within minutes.