Recognized Scaffold Training

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The Malaysian Factories and Machinery Act governs boiler and pressure vessel requirements. As a result, all produced or imported pressurized equipment and machinery must be tested and approved by a certified third party to assure its safety. Experts have worked with manufacturers worldwide to ensure that their equipment complies with the DOSH Unfired Pressure Vessel standard and is legal to import into Malaysia.

The Directorate of Occupational Safety and Health Services (DOSHS) is a Ministry of Labour and East African Community Affairs department whose primary goal is to protect all workers’ safety, health, and welfare in all workplaces. Accidents, sicknesses, disasters, and environmental pollution are all caused by an unsafe and unpleasant work environment, which imposes high economic and social costs on individuals and businesses, limiting economic and social progress. The DOSHS also keeps track of all workplaces to ensure they’re registered and following the rules.

DOSH Registration in Malaysia. DOSH stands for the Malaysian Department of Occupational Safety and Health. They introduced the DOSH certification, a statutory certification standard recognized by the Malaysian government. Products that are not DOSH certified cannot be sold in Malaysia.  As a government agency, the Department of Workplace Safety and Health (DOSH) is responsible for administering and implementing legislation pertaining to the country’s occupational health and safety.

The Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH)/Jabatan Keselamatan & Kesihatan (JKKP Perak) is the Malaysian government agency in charge of administering, managing, and enforcing legislation related to occupational safety and health (OSH) in the country, to instill an OSH culture in every workplace and make every job and task safe and healthy for workers. MESH is here to assist your organization in meeting the requirements outlined in the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994 (OSHA, 1994) and Factory and Machinery Act, 1967 (FMA 1967) and their respective regulations, whether you are a new corporation with investment interest in Malaysia or a current business owner.

The Training

  • Scaffolders are in charge of erecting, dismantling and maintaining scaffolding.
  • In Malaysia, Section 74 (1) of the Regulations (Building Operations and Works of Engineering Construction) (Safety) Regulations, Factories and Machinery Act, 1986 states that all scaffold installation, dismantling. Maintenance work must be supervised by a “designated person” or competent person appointed by the employer to manage or inspect the work.
  • The scaffolder must attend scaffolding courses provided by a DOSH-accredited scaffolding training center to register with the DOSH.
  • Each training center that hosts such a course must be DOSH-registered and accredited.

What are you going to get?

  • Certification as a Competent Basic Scaffolder by the Department of Labor and Statistics (DOSH)
  • All pertinent information handouts, including safety instructions, assembly instructions, and so forth.
  • Everything you’ll need in terms of stationery.
  • If necessary, appropriate clothing is given temporarily.
  • Lunch, snacks, coffee, and drinks are all available.
  • Early enrollment and large groups receive discounts and goodies.
  • HRDF-reimbursable pieces of training

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