Basic Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) at the Workplace


Employees have the right to a safe workplace free of known dangers to themselves and their co-workers. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the government agency in charge of setting standards, providing information and training to employees and employers, and generally making sure that Malaysia's workforce stays healthy and safe.

The primary law covering worker safety is the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) 1994. The primary goal of this law is to reduce workplace hazards and implement safety and health programs for both employers and their employees.

Course Objective

Upon completion of the course participants will be able to:

  • Understand of the basic occupational health and safety at workplace
  • Identify activities that might have risk to the occupational health and safety
  • Assess risks related to organization’s activities, services or products
  • Explain basic OSHA 1994 legal requirements that need to be implemented at workplace


Course Content

  • Introduction to occupational health and safety at workplace
  • Occupational health and safety legal requirements
  • Employees responsibilities in safe guarding health and safety at workplace
  • Methodology for the identification of Occupational Health and Safety Hazards and Risks
  • Management of identified hazards and risks at workplace
  • Personal Protective Equipment


Course Details

Target Audience Senior Management, Departmental Managers, Engineers, Executives, HSE Officers, and Members of the Occupational Safety & Health Committee
Course Duration 1 Day
Course Delivery English & Bahasa Malaysia.
Lecture, Case Study, Video Presentation and Group Assignments


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