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Roadmap On Accident Prevention by Dr Azman SOCSO

  1. 1. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Roadmap on Accident Prevention COSH 2011 KLCC, Kuala Lumpur 18 July 2011 Dr. Mohammed Azman Bin Aziz Mohammed Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Operations) Social Security Organisation
  2. 2. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Contents 1. Overview 2. The way forward 3. APS 2011 4. The Resolutions 5. Frame work 6. Programs 7. Conclusion
  3. 3. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Social Security Organisation (SOCSO) CORPORATE GOAL To provide comprehensive social security protection for Malaysians.      CORPORATE OBJECTIVE To ensure and guarantee the timely and adequate provision of benefits in a socially just manner and to promote occupational health and safety.
  4. 4. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Overview of Occupational Accidents
  5. 5. Social Security Organisation of MalaysiaThe Countdown Each day, an average of three people die as a result of work-related accidents or diseases, totalling more than 1200 work-related deaths a year. two of every 3 fatalities are related to commuting accidents 5
  6. 6. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia There is one accident in every 10 minutes for the year 2010. One Death every 8 hours.
  7. 7. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Reported Accidents 2000 - 2010 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
  8. 8. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Breakdown of Total Number of Accidents – Europe vs Malaysia 100% 90% Average 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%Breakdown of Total Number of Accidents - Europe 2002
  9. 9. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Occupational Diseases
  10. 10. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Occupational Disease
  11. 11. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Occupational Disease INCIDENCE RATE OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES (per 10,000 workers) 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
  12. 12. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia SOCSO on PREVENTION
  13. 13. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Prevention 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 12 10 8 RM0.18 RM0.16 RM0.20 6 per worker per worker per worker 4 a year a year a year 2 0
  14. 14. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia SOCSO on Prevention, Rehabilitation & Compensation CORPORATE GOAL Less focus on health & protection To provide comprehensive social security protection for Malaysians. (0.12%) (6.61%) (93.27%) Focus on Accidents & Diseases CORPORATE OBJECTIVE 0 2 4 6 To ensure and guarantee the timely 8 10 12 and adequate provision of benefits in a socially just manner and to promote occupational health and safety.
  15. 15. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Opportunities For Smart Partnership In Prevention: Are We Doing Enough?
  16. 16. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia The Way Forward? To find solutions in preventing accidents and occupational diseases 16
  17. 17. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Accident Prevention Seminar (APS) 2011 PWTC, Kuala Lumpur 12 April 2011
  18. 18. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Objectives • to emphasis on prevention measures as a basic requirement for employee’s social security; • to focus on accident and occupational diseases prevention measures through tripartite collaboration programs (Government, Employers, Employees, NGOs, Universities) • to adopt strategies during APS2011 to describe how the objectives are to be reached 18
  19. 19. Social SecurityPARTICIPANTS Organisation of Malaysia Participants Numbers Government (SOCSO, MOH, NCOSH, DOSH, JPJ, MKJR ,JKJR, 153 MIROS, PDRM, BOMBA NIOSH,CIDB,etc.) Employers 61 (MEF, FMM, MBAM,GLC, MNC, CICM) Employees 59 (MTUC, CWUM, etc) NGO 84 (MIHA, SOEM, MSOSH, MOSHPA, NRG-SHE,etc.) Academics 60 (UUM,UPM,UM,UKM,UiTM,UTM) TOTAL 417 19
  20. 20. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia RESOLUTIONS Click to edit Master subtitle style 20
  21. 21. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia
  22. 22. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia FRAMEWORK OF PREVENTION STRATEGY
  23. 23. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia • To reduce 10% of commuting accident from Objective total of commuting compensation by year 2015 • To reduce 30% of Industrial Accident by year 2015 as in OSHMP15 • To strengthen the Occupational Disease Management Timeline • 2011 - 2015 23
  24. 24. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Outcome & Impact• Sustained economic sectors as a main driven economy growth through self-regulation• To reduce occupational accident and diseases rate at par with other developed countries• Improved quality of life of the workers• Harmonize accident prevention through business engagement programmes• Increased productivity 24
  25. 25. Accident/Disease Prevention Strategy : Smart Partnership Awareness & Promotion (Training, Seminar, Dialogue, etc.) A Resources(Financial, Technical Support, Trainer, Module) New Initiatives -Outreach Programme E B Employer and Prevention : employees To start in schools - Commuting Acc - Industrial Acc - Occ Disease Measurement & Monitoring Improve Inspection/Audit (SOCSO, D C Research & Development- DOSH)- SOCSO inspection : focused approach
  26. 26. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia PROGRAMMES
  27. 27. FRAMEWORK OF PREVENTION STRATEGY : SUMMARYStrategy Initiative A : Strengthen Awareness & Promotion Programme • 100* high risk selected • All insured person will KPI KPI workplaces receive formal training • Commuting Accident • Provide training on Employee Prevention Seminar – Occupational Safety & Health Annually Record • Provide e-information timelyIm & effectively pl Program Commuting Accident e • • Basic Module Hazard m Prevention Seminar Identification, Risk Assessment • Commuting Prevention Kit /en & Control Pocketbook / Postertat • Basic Occupational Safety • Train the Trainer (Ergonomic, io medical surveillance, HIRARC) and Health n • Develop e-Info Timeline • 2011 - 2015 27
  28. 28. FRAMEWORK OF PREVENTION STRATEGY : SUMMARY Strategy Initiative B : Launch New Inititatives Programme • 100* high risk selected workplaces KPI • Effective Measurement and Monitoring SystemIm pl e Program • Safe Motorcycle Riding Training • Strengthen the inspection/audit m (outreach programme) system (joint inspection/audit,en • One stop e-Information focused approach on high risktat • Develop 5 years Roadmap on workplaces, etc.) Commuting Safety Management • Promotes best practices (EOSHR, io System/ Enhance Road Safety in WIND, WISE, WISCON) n OSHMS • Medical Surveillance Programme • OSH in school or pre school Timeline • 2011 - 2015 28
  29. 29. FRAMEWORK OF PREVENTION STRATEGY : SUMMARYStrategy Initiative C : Strengthen Research & Development Programme • 4* research – commuting accident KPI • 3* research – workplaces/industrial accident • 2* research – occupational diseasesIm pl • Conduct research (grant) related to Commuting Accident e Industrial Accident & Occupational Diseases Prevention Program m • Encourage universities to conduct R&D and developen mechanism to compile all relevant study related to accidenttat prevention. io n • 2011 - 2015 Timeline
  30. 30. FRAMEWORK OF PREVENTION STRATEGY : SUMMARYStrategy Initiative D : Effective Measurement & Monitoring Programme KPI • 100* workplaces (high risk) • Train all SOCSO officers on accident prevention auditIm pl Program • Conduct new method of inspection (focused e approach) – ie joint inspection, develop systematic m audit, etc.en • Strengthen competency of SOCSO officers totat conduct effective inspection on accident prevention io n • 2011 - 2015 Timeline
  31. 31. FRAMEWORK OF PREVENTION STRATEGY : SUMMARY Strategy Initiative E : Provide Adequate Resources Sufficient budget KPI • • 3 technical & working groups (commuting, industrial, diseases)Im pl e Program • SOCSO will provide budget and prioritize the m programmeen • Formulation of Technical & Working Grouptat • . Invest in prevention with adequate resources (manpower, fund) io n Timeline • 2011 - 2015
  32. 32. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia CONCLUSION
  33. 33. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia• SOCSO to take the lead in coordinating these prevention strategies as they are the Malaysian Social Security Institution providing a comprehensive social security protection to all Malaysian workers.• SOCSO needs to rearrange its business strategies to focus on prevention by establishing an in house prevention team to coordinate this effort.• Employers also should start investing in prevention.• The Resolution is a collective agreement between all relevant stakeholders. 33
  34. 34. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia 34
  35. 35. Social Security Organisation of Malaysia Thank you Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial 03-4264 5480 drazman@perkeso.gov.my

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