National OSH Policy & ILO Convention No.187 Malaysia

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National OSH Policy & ILO Convention No.187 Malaysia

  1. 1. DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL OSH POLICY IN MALAYSIA AND CONVENTION NO. 187 DEPARTMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (DOSH) MALAYSIA (MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES) MOHAMMAD LUI JUHARI DOSH Malaysia MOLISA/ISSA MINING/ILO/ASEAN-OSHNET Workshop on Strengthening the National Occupational Safety and Health Policies Referring the ILO Convention No. 187 Hue City, Vietnam/17-18 March 2014
  2. 2. Overview of OSH-MP 15 Implementation Evaluation Conclusion 2 DOSH MALAYSIA (MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES)
  3. 3. • Enhance public awareness on OSH • Self regulation become a practice • National policy & framework on OSH established • Promote preventive culture & well practice • Create an expert group in various field & skill • Strategic alliance at international level • Increase enforcement activities • Focus on new emerging hazards • R&D – research outcomes driven • Enhancing leadership (Social Partners & Public) • OSH MS as part of business • Enhance competencies of officers & OSH practitioners • Strategic alliance • Increase enforcement activities • Focus on critical sectors (SME, BC, Agriculture, Transportation & School) • Conduct R&D • Enhancing leadership (gov.) • Regulate OSH MS • National policy framework on OSH • Enhance tripartite co-operation • Promote preventive culture • New skill & competencies are acquired & developed • Strategic alliance at regional level • Increase enforcement activities • Focus on soft issue, ergonomic, stress & etc. • R&D – structured & defined • Enhancing leadership (employers/Union) • OSH MS in place 3
  4. 4. DOSH MALAYSIA (MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES) 4
  5. 5. 5 Enhance legal & policy framework Special Prog & New Approach Compliance Support Effective Enforcement OSH Best Practices Strengthen NIOSH Training & Info. Service Strengthen Gov. Capacity Encourage R&D Incentive & Recognition ILO - Ratification Punitive Scheme Safety Culture Prevent Occupational Diseases Eliminate Hazard @Design Stage Safe system & products Increase OSH Practitioners Injury prevention (knowledge & info) Build strong capabilitie s Industry-led OSH outreach program Driving improvements through large organisations OSH performance in contracts Disseminate OSH informa- tion Recognition to industry & community leaders Estimate accident costs & promote a business case Inter-industry & inter- agency collaboration Enhance NCOSH capabilities Develop local OSH experts to sit international bodies
  6. 6. • OSH Centre Body (MOHR) • OSH Advisory Body (NCOSH) • Employers implementation • Training/Information OSH Stakeholders OSH National Authority Input : Government Employers Employees Consensusorfinalagreementthru.TripartiteProcess • Stakeholder commitment • OSH National Policy, Strategy, Program & Promotion • Trade Unions implementation • Training/Information Continuous Improvement • DOSH Malaysia - Research - Inspections / Services - Training - Information Social Dialogue OSHNationalPolicy,Legislation,NationalPrograms Feedback 6
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  8. 8. How OSH-MP15 achievement as today? 8
  9. 9. GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP & PRACTICES Government promotes a high level of workplace health and safety performance, and has excellent health and safety practices in its own workplaces. Ratification of ILO convention and directive: -Ratified C187 convention Launch special programmers and new approaches to improve OSH: -Pre-Pilot WISE -PILOT WIND Enhance the legal and policy framework for OSH : -Migration Act Provide compliance support to OSH legislation: -SME Compliance Model Strengthen the capacity of government to influence OSH outcomes: -Government agencies implement OSHMS Strengthen NIOSH: -5 Research on OSH -100% utilization of Laboratory -Install Exhibition Centre 9
  10. 10. PREVENTIVE WORKPLACE CULTURE Work-related fatality rate down by 20% from 6.45 fatalities/100,000 workers Work-related injury rate down by 30% from 3.68 injuries/1,000 workers Promote a safety culture - 4 Program OSH in School/year - 2 Program Mentor Mentee in school Prevent Occupational disease more effectively - 2 Dialog/Seminar - 304 visits on Basic Occupational Health (BOH) Increase quantity and quality of OSH practitioners, and Introducing Smart Card System Design & develop safe environment, system & products - Briefing on OSH-MS Regulation 10
  11. 11. INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Industries lead improvements in workplace health & safety practices, and there is strong support for workplace health & safety in the wider community Strong capabilities to manage OSH: -10,985 companies have OSH team & Budget - 1,356 companies OSH-MS Certified OSH Outreach Programs by Assoc/Industries: -7 OSH poster from different sector - 2 programs engaging Assoc - 51 seminar/dialogues by Assoc. Driving OSH improvements: -8 Dialogues on mentor- mentee - 57 seminar/dialogues by OSH Accident Cost (OSHACC): <16,000 viewers until June 2013 23 Dialogues and seminar OSH performance in contract: Finalizing New Guidelines 11
  12. 12. STRONG PARTNERSHIP LOCALLY & INTERNATIONALLY Internally; Strong correlation between OSH practitioner & Government. Externally, more bilateral agreements on OSH implemented. DOSH had organized 5 MTCPs and 1 TCTP program since 2009- 2013 1 research to study, and enhance the NCOSH Attended the International and regional OSH Meeting (ILO, CBM, SLOM, etc) to discuss issue related to OSH Developing Blue-Print for OIC- OSHNet Presented 30 International technical paper/year 12
  13. 13. 13 • OSH Score Card • National OSH Profile • Self Regulations • Modernization of Legislation • Decent Work-satisfy decent work goals • R&D
  14. 14. 58,365 51,829 49,598 47,469 44,918 39,448 41,467 41,593 41,540 43,736 5.84 5.16 4.77 4.52 4.15 3.61 3.68 3.4 3.31 3.28 7.17 6.93 7.24 6.95 6.9 6.3 6.45 6.17 4.64 4.62 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 jumlah kemalangan accident rate/1000 workers fatality rate/100000 workers Sources: DOSH, SOCSO, JTK 14 total accidents
  15. 15. 15 • National GDP Growth • Job Creation • Economic Rank • Competitiveness • Ease of Doing Business
  16. 16. Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) Malaysia 2nd, 3rd & 4th Floor, Block D3, Complex D, Federal Government Administrative Centre, 62530 W. P. Putrajaya, MALAYSIA.  03-8886 5000  03-8889 2443  jkkp@mohr.gov.my

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