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Facility Management Maintenance Program ,
 Facility-Management-Maintenance-Program-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

The Facility Management Maintenance Program is about managing the facility; a hotel, a power plant, a factory, or any site which has multiple internal functions such as managing utilities. A basic requirements for any new engineers, technicians or management trainees embarking in the area of facility management where the fundamentals of planning, methods of maintenance and the utilization of budget to control expenditure will be discussed.

How Will You Benefit

At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:

  • The Job Environment
  • Basic Financial Management Ratios
  • The Definition Of Assets In An Engineering Perspective
  • Of How To Set Up Maintenance Systems
  • Of How To Develop An Effective Maintenance Plan
  • The Basic troubleshooting and fact finding

Who Should Attend

Designed for newly graduated engineers, new maintenance engineers and technicians entering the job market as well as finance personnel hoping to understand the way engineers think

Methodology

This program is essentially participative. There will be group interaction and lectures.

Module

  • THE ENVIRONMENT
  • BASIC FINANCE
  • UNDERSTANDING MAINTENANCE
  • MAINTENANCE SYSTEM/PLANNING
  • EFFECTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL
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Scheduled Waste Management

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Scheduled Waste Management ,
 Scheduled-Waste-Management-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

Many businesses use toxic and hazardous materials in their day to day activities. Many of these activities produce wastes that can injure or even threaten living things. These wastes are called hazardous or scheduled wastes. Scheduled waste must be handled in special ways to prevent threats to human health and the environment.

When disposed of in the municipal landfill or otherwise improperly managed, these materials have the potential of contaminating the ground water – our drinking water. Improper management of such wastes will lead to serious pollution of the environment and the ecosystem as well as immediate /long term impacts to human health.

Thus, the management of scheduled waste is a growing concern in Malaysia due to increase in the number of non-compliances and illegal dumping cases. . Managing scheduled wastes requires a comprehensive understanding of regulatory framework, waste properties, waste management concepts, and accepted good management practices.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to:

  • Develop an understanding of the requirements of Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 2005
  • Explain the legal requirements on scheduled waste management
  • Identify, classify and categorize scheduled wastes
  • Implement sound and effective scheduled waste management practices
  • Formulate an implementation plan for full compliances with the regulatory requirements of the Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations, 2005

Who Should Attend

  • Senior management
  • Those responsible for transition their organization’s QMS to meet the new requirements
  • ISO 14001 auditors
  • Operations personnel

Methodology

An interactive and practical approach incorporating group discussions / exercises, presentations and site inspection.

Module

  • OVERVIEW OF SCHEDULED WASTE MANAGEMENT
  • IDENTIFICATION, CLASSIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF SCHEDULED WASTES
  • INTRODUCTION TO SCHEDULED WASTE LEGISLATIONS
  • RECORD KEEPING & REPORTING REQUIREMENT
  • STORAGE, PACKAGING AND LABELLING OF SCHEDULED WASTES
  • STORAGE, HANDLING, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF SCHEDULED WASTE
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Chemical And Scheduled Waste Management ,

Introduction

Safe handling of hazardous chemicals and scheduled wastes will ensure compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health ( Classification, Packaging and Labelling of Hazardous Chemicals ) Regulations 1997, Occupational Safety and Health ( Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health ) Regulations 2000 and Environmental Quality ( Scheduled Wastes ) Regulations 2005.

Objective

  • Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :
    • Understand the methodologies for Chemicals and Scheduled Wastes Management.
    • Implement effective measures to ensure safe handling of hazardous chemicals and scheduled wastes.
    • Identify, store and transport hazardous chemicals and scheduled wastes.
    • Compliance with the above required regulatory requirements.

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for CEO, HSSE Manager/Executive, HR Manager/Executive, Engineering/Maintenance Manager/Executive, Safety & Health Officers, Safety & Health Committee Members, Fire & Rescue Squad Members, First Aids Members, Spill Response & Control Team Members, Maintenance and Security personnel.

Methodology

Lectures with case studies of both local and overseas and videos to enhance understanding of each subject matter.

Module

  • STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS FOR CHEMICAL SAFETY IN MALAYSIA
  • MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CHEMICALS SAFETY IN MALAYSIA
  • STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS FOR SCHEDULED WASTES IN MALAYSIA
  • MANAGING SCHEDULED WASTES IN MALAYSIA
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Understanding OSH Management MS 1722:2011 And Compliance Standards Requirement ,
 Understanding-OSH-Management-MS-1722-2011-And-Compliance-Standards-Requirement-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

A day program based on understanding the systematic approach to control and improvised organizational, health and safety performance. This program will contribute to the protection of employees from work hazards, injuries, ill health, diseases, near misses and fatalities. By attending this program, organizations are able to comply with legal requirements set out by the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1194 (Act 514), Factory and Machinery Act 1967 (Act 139) and Petroleum (Safety Measures) Act 1984 (Act 302) and their relevant regulations. This program allows participants to identify, utilize and understand their responsibility towards statutory regulations and requirements in Occupational Safety and Health (OSH).

This program ensures that participants understand the overview of OSH and learn “what” causes accidents at the workplace, and learn to identify the root cause for incidents and accidents that occur at the job site. The program is based on the fundamentals of OSH with legislative requirement and learn to create safe system of work in organization. This program is relevant in creating awareness for themselves as well to create an organization par excellence with proactive employees, precise team work and an effective and cohesive work environment to lead in their respective industry. The program creates awareness amongst the participants on the needs to adhere to legal obligations and implement safety and health inspection audit requirements in their workplace

How Will You Benefit

At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand their individual responsibility towards Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) MS 1722:2011.
  • Frame out accident preventative measurement with safe system of work
  • Understand the causation, prone of accident in workplace and prevention method through safety and health committee
  • Learn to manage business risk in their organization
  • Understand the provision, requirement, and compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 through MS 1722:2011.
  • Create an effective system of control thru safety audit and inspection to accident prevention in organization

Who Should Attend

Managers, supervisors and workers in manufacturing who needs to be aware of OSH management and its requirements at the workplace. All who are nominated by the management to set up the safety committee will have hands-on experience in implementation of the policy

Methodology

Lecture, Role Play, Indoor Group, Dynamics And Discussions

Module

  • WHAT IS OSH?
  • INTRODUCTION AND UNDERSTANDING OSH MANAGEMENT AND OSH AUDIT
  • HOW AN ORGANIZATION MANAGING OSH MANAGEMENT SYSTEM?
  • HOW ORGANIZATION MANAGING HAZARD AND RISK AT WORKPLACE THROUGH AUDIT?
  • COMPARISATION BETWEEN OSHAS 18000 AND MS 1722:2011
  • DISCUSSION / CONDUCTING SAFETY AUDIT AT WORKPLACE
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Safe Handling Of Hazardous Chemical At Workplace ,
 Safe-Handling-Of-Hazardous-Chemical-At-Workplace-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

Each of us works with all kinds of commercially prepared materials and rarely do we consciously expose ourselves to substances that are hazardous. We naively believe that as long as the material is in a sealed container, it won’t hurt the environment or us. But materials do not just sit there, they have to be handled, stored, processed and residuals have to be disposed of.

Safely managing the chemicals in your workplace is good for business and it is good for everyone! It will improve your employees’ safety and health. It will potentially introduce cost savings, through more effective work practices such as correct storage, handling, use and disposal procedures. Potential harm to the environment will also be reduced.

Employers must assess the risks to employees while they are at work and to any other people who may be affected by the way we conduct our business. From this, improvements must be implemented, competent people appointed and appropriate information and training made available to them.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the legal requirement of chemical handling, identification, storage, labelling, handling and disposal.
  • Implement the proper procedures in handling of chemicals at work place.
  • Importance of MSDS/CSDS at workplace.
  • How to use the MSDS/CSDS to avoid situations, which might result in a hazardous exposure.
  • Manage the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Implement proper techniques to handle, control and prevent spills

Who Should Attend

  • Senior management and middle management
  • Those responsible for chemical handling, storage, disposal, transportation
  • ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 process owners/ auditors
  • Operations personnel

Methodology

An interactive and practical approach incorporating group discussions / exercises, presentations and site inspection.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION
  • UNDERSTANDING THE CHEMICAL HAZARDS
  • HANDLING OF CHEMICALS
  • CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
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Crime Awareness, Prevention & Self Defense ,

Objective

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Be more aware of their daily and surrounding situation where potential danger or threat could happen
  • Prepare them both mentally and physically on how to react given such situation / threat
  • Have more self-confidence

Who Should Attend

Anyone who cares for and who wants to have control over their personal safety

Methodology

This program is essentially participative and practical, emphasizing learning through experience, both from structured activities on the program eg. Role plays, group work, video screening, case studies and discussion from individual experience

Module

  • CRIME AWARENESS TALK AND DEMO
    • Body Language Behavior
    • Situational Awareness
    • Basic Defense Techniques
  • SELF DEFENSE TRAINING (TECHNICAL DRILL)
    • Defense Against One Hand Grab
    • Defense Against Strangulation From The Front
    • Defense Against Chokehold From Behind
    • Defense Against A Bear Hug From Behind
    • Defense Against Abduction
    • Defense Against Snatch Thief
  • SEXUAL HARASSMENT (TECHNICAL DRILL)
    • Short Talk Will Be Presented Re : Sexual Harassment
    • Defense Against Hand Over The Shoulder
    • Defense Against Hands On The Thigh While Seated Position
    • Defense Against A Push To The Wall
    • Defense Escape Tech Knife From Rear
    • Defense In A Confined Area
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Safety Management System: OSH MS 1722:2011 Awareness & Compliances ,
 Safety-Management-System-OSH-MS-1722-2011-Awareness-and-Compliances-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

Provides an understanding of the OSH MS 1722: 2011 requirements and a basic overview of how they apply to the design of a functional and effective occupational health and safety management system. All of the MS 1722:2011 elements are reviewed. The course provides a comprehensive approach to implementing best-in-class management systems and understanding the intent of the OSH MS 1722:2011 standard. Participants learn how to improve their current occupational health and safety management practices, document the system, and integrate them with their quality and environmental management systems.

How Will You Benefit

At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:

  • Familiarize with MS 1722:2011 intent and key requirements
  • Understand the occupational health and safety system documentation process
  • Understand the registration process and benefits
  • Understand it relationships to worldwide standards and government regulations
  • Understand a framework for integrating occupational health and safety management into other quality and environmental management systems.

Who Should Attend

  • OSH MS 1722:2011 implementation teams and professionals who impact on occupational safety and health policies in their organizations
  • Owners
  • CEOs
  • Safety Officers
  • Quality Managers
  • Workers
  • Interested parties

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize understanding and learning through lectures, examples and group discussions.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MS 1722:2011
  • OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY CONCEPTS
  • WHAT ARE OSH MS 1722:2011 STANDARDS?
  • RELATIONSHIP TO WORLDWIDE STANDARDS
  • RELATIONSHIP TO GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND LEGISLATION
  • REGISTRATION AND BENEFITS
  • MANAGEMENT SYSTEM APPROACH TO OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
  • INTEGRATING MS 1722:2011 WITH ENVIRONMENTAL AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
  • RISK ASSESSMENT
  • PLANNING AND ESTABLISHING EFFECTIVE POLICIES
  • MS 1722:2011 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS
  • DOCUMENTATION MODELS INCLUDING QMS, EMS INTEGRATION
  • IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION OF MS 1722:2011 ELEMENTS
  • MANAGEMENT REVIEW
  • CHECKING AND TAKING CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
  • PREVENTIVE ACTIONS AND CONTINUAL
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Occupational Safety And Health At Workplace ,
 Occupational-Safety-And-Health-At-Workplace-HRDF-Trainings

How Will You Benefit

By the end of this course, participants will be able to understand the following:

  • The general requirement of OSHA.
  • Identity the key hazard and risk in the manufacturing environment.
  • Adopt personal safety and prevention measures at workplace.
  • Adhere a safety teamwork and practice

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for Managers, and Supervisors, workers and OSH Committee member in manufacturing environments who need to be aware of Occupational Safety And Health Act (OSHA) and implementing measures in the workplace. It is also for machinery operators, general workers and line production workers.

Methodology

This course will be delivered using dynamic mixture of lectures, practical case studies, video presentations and group discussion.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO OHSA 1994
  • THE SAFETY POLICY AND MANUAL
  • ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF
  • GOOD HOUSEKEEPING IN WORKPLACE
  • EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES AND TEAM
  • ‘PERMIT TO WORK’ AND ‘HOT WORK PERMIT’ SYSTEM
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Defensive Driving

RM1,300.00 RM800.00

Defensive Driving ,

Introduction

The Defensive /Preventive – Driving –Training Course is designed to improve Driving Skills and techniques to avoid accidents that are on the increase, daily on the roads
The are intended to improve one’s Protective Skills including Road Safety Awareness, Concentration and attitude and increase emergency control while driving .
These Road Safety Training sessions will provide an insight into Defensive Driving – a practice that goes beyond mastery of the rules of the road and the basic mechanics of driving.

Objective

The overall outcome of the Training module is designed to achieve the terms of the skills and knowledge that the trainees will be able to demonstrate upon completion of the Course.
The trainees will acquire Defensive Driving and vehicle handling skills in accident avoidance.
The trainees will be aware of their responsibility on the roads and gain knowledge to acquire skills to face new road risks and hazards in managing safe driving and professional driver operations.
The Course evaluation would be judged from their individual commentary driving results.

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for the all light vehicle drivers and for those drivers whose profession requires extensive driving ( Light Vehicle ) and /or is provided with a company vehicle.

Methodology

This is a highly interactive training programme, whereby participants are to gain the learning points through experiential activities, Power point presentation, Questions and answer, Video presentation, Writing or oral participation, Group work or support / brainstorming, Demos and Practical sessions

Module

  • MALAYSIAN ROAD TRANSPORT SAFETY STATISTICS
  • DEFENSIVE DRIVING PRINCIPLES
  • DRIVER ATTITUDES BEHAVIOURS AND HAZARDS
  • PRE DRIVE INSPECTION (PDI) ,
  • TYRE MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE
  • EMERGENCY BRAKING TECHNIQUE
  • ACCIDENT EVASION
  • SYSTEM OF VEHICLE CONTROL
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Developing High Performance With Minimal Stress ,
 Developing-High-Performance-With-Minimal-Stress-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

The 21st century offers employees with a business environment and landscape that are not static – in fact, dynamic and evolving on a regular basis. Employees who are able to adapt to changes will find this scenario stimulating. However, not everyone shares the same trait and sentiment. There will be those who are less adaptable to change, or require more time and reason to come out from their usual routine and to do differently. They require some form of help to enable them to understand what is happening, and to share their thoughts and concerns. Through regular engagements, for instance, they may also share their plans on how to manage the changing situation, and manage the stress that they may regularly experience.

How Will You Benefit

At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:

  • To facilitate participants to stay positive, confident, motivated, spirited and progressive regardless of the changes, challenges or stressors in the work environment
  • To facilitate participants to identify their strengths and weaknesses, and with the knowledge, to leverage on their strengths and achieve goals
  • To facilitate participants to find satisfaction in interdependence
  • To facilitate participants to practise key stress management techniques
  • To facilitate participants to manage their time efficiently and effectively

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for Supervisors, Executives and Managers

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximizes the understanding and learning through lecture, discussion, case studies and practical activities

Module

  • CHANGE – AN OVERVIEW
  • CHANGE TOWARDS SUCCESS, AND YOU
  • BEING A SUCCESS WITH MINIMAL STRESS
  • BEING A SUCCESS WITH MINIMAL STRESS (CONT’D)
  • ACTION PLAN – CHANGES FOR A WIN-WIN OUTCOME
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Hazardous Chemical Handling Training ,
 Hazardous-Chemical-Handling-Training-HRDF-Trainings

How Will You Benefit

Understanding about chemicals, its risks, the way and condition a chemical is used and also factors which influence the risk of harm due to hazards associated with a chemical, special reference to chemicals used at client premises

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for Department Head / Plant Managers, Supervisors, Line Leaders, Maintenance Personnel and Safety Health & Environment Committee

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximizes the understanding and learning through slide & video presentation / practical exercise-case study -Handout notes will be provided

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO THE CHEMICAL SAFETY
  • DEALING WITH CHEMICAL SAFETY
  • CASE STUDY – 1
  • EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-DEALING WITH CHEMICAL LEAKS & SPILL CONTROLS
  • CLOSING /QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION
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Emergency Response Plan Workshop ,
 Emergency-Response-Plan-Workshop-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction:

In the event of a fire, individuals may panic or over-react. As such, early action should be taken to address the emergency. These actions need to be undertaken by a trained Emergency Response Team (ERT). The ERT is the first responder to the emergency while waiting for external emergency service providers such as Bomba to arrive at the scene. Management needs to ensure that the ERT is alert at all times for all types of emergencies.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the requirements for emergency response planning
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the Emergency Response Team
  • Use the different types of emergency equipment as provided by management
  • Understand the importance of emergency information
  • Carry out emergency procedures as documented in the Emergency Response Plan

Who Should Attend

Safety & Health Officer, Safe & Health Committee Members, Emergency Response Team Members, Fire & Rescue Squad Members, First Aids Members, Spill Response & Control Team Members and OSH Practitioners

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize understanding and learning through lectures, role plays, indoor and outdoor group dynamics, discussions and assessment.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION
    • Statutory Requirements for Emergency Response in Malaysia
    • Objectives for Emergency Response Planning
    • Types of Emergencies
    • Levels of Emergencies
  • EMERGENCY ORGANIZATIONS AND CONTROL CENTRES
    • Organizations for Emergencies
    • Roles and Responsibilities for Emergency Response Team
    • Emergency Control Centre
  • EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION
    • Emergency Equipment
    • Emergency Information
  • EMERGENCY DETECTION, ALARM, INITIAL RESPONSE AND COMMUNICATION
    • Detection, Alarm and Initial Response
    • Emergency Communication
  • ACTIVATION, EVACUATION, ROLL-CALL, SEARCH AND RESCUE PROCEDURES
    • Activation of Emergency Response Plan
    • Evacuation Procedures
    • Roll-Call Procedures
    • Search and Rescue Procedures
  • EMERGENCY FIRST AID AND SECURITY MEASURES
    • Emergency First Aid
    • Security Measures
  • TERMINATION AND POST EMERGENCY DEBRIEFING
    • Termination of Emergency
    • Post Emergency Debriefing
  • PRACTICAL EXERCISES
    • Exercise for Emergency Organizations
    • Exercise for Identification of Emergency Equipment
    • Exercise for Emergency Equipment Readiness
    • Exercise for Emergency Activation and Termination
    • Exercise for Emergency Communication
    • Exercise for Fire Squad
    • Exercise for Spill Control Squad
    • Exercise for Evacuation and Roll-Call
    • Exercise for Rescue Squad
    • Exercise for First Aiders
    • Exercise for Security Measures
    • Exercise for Emergency Recordings
    • Exercise for Post Emergency Debriefing
    • Questions & Answers
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