CIDB Program

SICW (Green Card) Program

  1. Safety Induction Construction Workers Program (Program Induksi Keselamatan Pekerja Tapak Binaan) – Green Card

    The Purpose of Construction Personnel Registration Card:-

    This is an integrated program that involves registration and accreditation of Construction Personnel to increase the safety level of construction work.

    Reasons to Register Construction Personnel Registration Card:-

    • Ensures that workers realize the importance of safety and healthy workplace
    • Provides basic knowledge about safety and health on construction site
    • Informs employees on the construction sector about the law related to safety and health
    • Participants will be provided a Green Card and automatically protected by Employment Insurance System that insures Construction Personnel’s death and accidents.
    • Participants will attend this safety induction course for 8 hours.

    Apakah Tujuan Kad Pandaftaran Personel Binaan?

    Ini adalah satu program bersepadu yang melibatkan pendaftaran dan akreditasi Personel Binaan untuk meningkatkan tahap keselamatan di tapak kerja pembinaan.

    Kenapa Perlu Mendaftar Kad Pendaftaran Personel Binaan?

    • Memastikan pekerja binaan menyedari kepentingan tempat kerja yang selamat dan sihat.
    • Menyediakan pengetahuan asas tentang keselamatan dan kesihatan di tapak binaan.
    • Memaklumkan pekerja binaan tentang keperluan undang-undang yang berhubungan dengan keselamatan dan kesihatan.
    • Para peserta akan diberikan Kad Hijau dan dilindungi secara automatic oleh Skim Insurans Khas yang menginsuranskan Personel Binaan terhadap kematian dan kemalangan
    • Peserta akan menghadiri kursus induksi keselamatan ini selama 8 jam.

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Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program

CPD program aims for organizations or individuals who want to improve their skills and gain knowledge in coaching courses. Each participant will receive a CCD & Achievement Certificate.

  1. Project Management

    Project management is the management function that plan, manage, monitor, review and close the project with resources allocated; to achieve goal in time, quality and cost aspects.

    Learning Outcome:

    By the end of the session, all participants will be able to implement the project management skill to their project to achieve project goal which produces higher quality, lower cost and shorter time.

    Contents:

    • Project Management Overview
    • Project Life Cycle
    • Project Manager Roles and Responsibilities
    • Project Input Requirements
    • Project Technical Processes
    • Project Risk Management
    • Project Closing Skill
    • Project Management Document and Tools
    • Successive Project Management
    • Project Management Workshop

    Duration:

    1 Day

    Who Should Attend:

    Contractors, Developers, Managers, Executives, Non-Project Managers working in a project environment and Professionals who work with Project Managers. Others personnel that find this beneficial.

    Methodology:

    • Mini lecture
    • Presentations
    • Discussions
    • Exercises
    • Games
    • Questionnaires
    • Debriefing
  2. Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA) at Workplace Training

    The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (Act 514) and its regulations provide the legislative framework for the safety and health among the workforces in Malaysia, including construction industry. The main purpose is to prevent and protect the workers against hazards and its risks at the workplace.

    Learning Outcome:

    By the end of the session, all participants will be able to:-

    • Provide knowledge on legal compliance of workplace safety.
    • Secure the safety and health of workers and protect workers against hazards at workplace.
    • Promote a safe occupational environment for workforces.

    Contents:

    Section 1: Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994

    • General Duties of Employers and Self-Employed Persons
    • General Duties of Designers, Manufacturers and Suppliers
    • General Duties of Employees
    • Safety and Health Organisations
    • Notification of Accidents, Dangerous Occurrence, Occupational Poisoning and Occupational Diseases, and Inquiry
    • Industry Codes of Practice

    Section 2: Occupational Safety and Health (Noise Exposure) Regulations 2019

    • Identification of Excessive Noise
    • Noise Risk Assessment
    • Noise Exposure Limit

    Section 3: Occupational Safety and Health (Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health) Regulations 2000

    • Identification of Chemicals Hazardous to Health
    • Permissible Exposure Limit
    • Assessment of Risk to Health
    • Action to Control Exposure
    • Labelling and Relabelling
    • Health Surveillance
    • Warning Sign

    Section 4: Occupational Safety and Health (Notification of Accident, Dangerous Occurrence, Occupational Poisoning and Occupational Disease) Regulations 2004

    • Notification and Reporting of Accident, Dangerous Occurrence, Occupational Poisoning and Occupational Disease
    • Maintenance of All Records of Accident, Dangerous Occurrence, Occupational Poisoning and Occupational Disease

    Section 5: Occupational Safety and Health (Safety and Health Committee) Regulations 1996

    • Composition of Safety and Health Committee
    • Functions of Safety and Health Committee

    Section 6: Occupational Safety and Health (Classification, Labelling and Safety Data Sheet of Hazardous Chemicals) Regulations 2013

    • Classification
    • Packaging
    • Labelling
    • Safety Data Sheet
    • Inventory of Hazardous Chemicals

    Duration:

    8 Hours

    Who Should Attend:

    For contractors, management and executives with responsibilities for managing and implementing the safety at workplace, as well as operators and employees working in construction industry.

    Methodology:

    • Mini-lecture
    • Presentations
    • Discussions
    • Case Study
    • Exercises
    • Questionnaires
    • Video
  3. Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act (CIPAA) 2012

    Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act 2012 or known as CIPAA 2012 is a payment act enacted and legislated by the Malaysia Parliament on 15 April 2014 to resolve the paying disputes in the construction industry specifically between the main contractor and subcontractor that ended with the collection of payment. It is moreover to outlaw the practices of “Pay-When-Paid” where the subcontractor will only get paid when the main contractor gets the payment from the clients. The establishment of the Act provides speedy, timely and cost-effective resolutions for the disputes occurred due to the payment problems.

    Learning Outcome:

    By the end of the session, all participants will be able to:-

    • Describe fundamental of CIPAA 2012
    • Define the law to stakeholders
    • Describe the process of claim
    • Compare CIPAA 2012 with Arbitration and Litigation
    • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of CIPAA 2012
    • Update latest law in payment collection

    Contents:

    • What is CIPAA?
    • Explaining the Law
    • How to Claim?
    • Enforcement of Adjudicator’s Decision
    • For the Losing Party, What are Your Options?
    • Comparison Analysis CIPAA, Arbitration and Litigation
    • Advantages and Disadvantages of CIPAA
    • Latest Update on the Law
    • Q&A

    Who Should Attend:

    Contractors, Developers, Managers and Executives. Project Managers and Executives, Account Managers and Executives, Finance Controllers, Finance Managers and Executives. Others Personnel that find this beneficial.

  4. Basic First Aid & CPR

    Various kind of emergency is sometimes inevitable at the workplace. By providing Basic First Aid Training to the employees, the employees will be able to perform first aid treatment if emergency cases happen at the workplace. This training will equip the participants with the skills and knowledge to provide immediate care for an ill or injured person until more advanced medical care arrives to take over.

    Learning Outcome:

    By the end of the session, all participants will be able to:-

    • Equip with and aware of the knowledge and skills of First Aid.
    • Train workers or layperson to make appropriate decisions for first aid care.
    • Provide immediate help and care to the injured or ill person during an emergency.

    Contents:

    Section 1 : Introduction to First Aid

    • First Aid and Its Objectives
    • First Aider Characteristics & Roles

    Section 2 : Wounds and Bleeding

    • Classification and Types of Wounds
    • Effects of Wounds
    • Treatment for Wounds
    • Treatment for Bleeding

    Section 3 : Bone Fracture

    • Types, Patterns and Effectuate of Fracture
    • Treatment for Fracture
    • Sport Injuries, Cramp, Strain, Sprain & Dislocation

    Section 4 : Burns and Scalds

    • Definition & Causes of Burns & Scalds
    • 3 Degree of Burns
    • Treatment for Burn

    Section 5 : Electric Injuries

    • Symptoms of Electric Shock
    •  Treatment for Electrical Injuries

    Section 6 : Shock

    • Definition of Shock and How Does It Occur
    • Causes & Signs of Shock
    • Treatment for Shock

    Section 7 : Asphyxia

    • Definition & Causes of Asphyxia
    • Symptoms & Signs of Asphyxia
    • Treatment for Asphyxia

    Section 8 : Fainting and Unconsciousness

    • Definition & Causes of Fainting
    • Symptoms & Signs of Fainting
    • Treatment for Fainting
    • Definition & Causes of Fainting
    • Treatment for Unconsciousness
    • 3 Stages in Unconsciousness
    • Causes, Symptoms & Signs and Treatment for Hypoglycaemia
    • Causes, Symptoms & Signs and Treatment for Hyperglycaemia

    Section 9 : Poison

    • Definition of Poison and How It Enters Body
    • Results & Handling of Poisons
    • Treatment for Poisoned Patients
    • Poisoning and Food Poisoning
    • Symptoms & Signs of Poisoning
    • Treatment for Poisoning

    Section 10 : Dressing and Bandages

    • Definition of Dressing & Bandage
    • Types & Function of Bandages

    Section 11 : Chocking

    • Definition of Chocking
    • Causes of Chocking
    • Symptoms & Signs of Chocking
    • Treatment for Chocking

    Section 12 : Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

    • Types of Death
    • Heart Attack and Its Symptoms & Signs
    • Treatment for Heart Attack and How to Prevent It
    • Stroke and Its Symptoms & Sign
    • Definition of CPR
    • Survey the Casualty
    • Methods of CPR

    Duration:

    8 Hours

    Who Should Attend:

    For managers, executives, supervisors, safety & health officer, safety & health committee, ERT members, HR personnel and all levels of workers and individuals who are interested in basic first aid skills.

    Methodology:

    • Mini-lecture
    • Presentations
    • Discussions
    • Case Study
    • Exercises
    • Questionnaires
    • Video
  5. Occupational Safety and Health – Safety & Health Committee

    Safety and Health Committee provides a way for management and worker to meet regularly to discuss workplace safety and health issues. Through the meeting, worker’s practical knowledge on their jobs and the overview of the workplace and work organization can be fostered. Besides, Safety and Health Committee serves as an effective channel of communication to exchange ideas and to solve issues related to Occupational Safety and Health (OSH). However, some organizations face difficulties in managing Safety and Health Committee to ensure the committee members are undergoing their duties effectively and efficiently. By attending this training course, the participants will be able to understand legal requirement of Occupational Safety and Health (Safety and Health Committee) Regulation 1996 and to determine efficient and effective committee management.

    Learning Outcome:

    By the end of the session, all participants will be able to:-

    • Explain the basic requirement of Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994.
    • Determine the provisions of the Safety and Health Committee Regulations 1996.
    • Determine Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) management concepts.
    • Determine efficient committee management.
    • Determine effective workplace safety inspections.
    • Discuss accident trend and accident report.

    Contents:

    Section 1 : Legal Requirement

    • Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994
    • Occupational Safety and Health (Safety and Health Committee) Regulation 1996

    Section 2 : Introduction Of Occupational Safety and Health Management System

    • Overview of OSH Management System Concepts

    Section 3 : Safety and Health Committee Management

    • Duty of Employer
    • Membership
    • Functions of committee

    Section 4 : Introduction of Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control (HIRARC)

    • Introduction to HIRARC
    • Process of HIRARC

    Section 5 : Workplace Inspection

    • Effective Workplace Inspection by Committee
    • Report of Workplace Inspection

    Section 6 : Workplace Accident Investigation

    • Workplace Accident Investigation by Committee
    • Report of Accident Investigation

    Duration:

    8 Hours

    Who Should Attend:

    For safety officers, safety supervisors and safety committee members.

    Methodology:

    • Mini-lecture
    • Presentations
    • Discussions
    • Case Study
    • Exercises
    • Questionnaires
    • Video