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  1. 1.  To comply with the act To standardize reporting To establish valid and reliable statistics
  2. 2. PROVISIONS PERTAINING TO REPORTING REQUIREMENTS  Requirements under FMA 1967 • section 31 require occupier to report by quickest means to the nearest inspector the occurrence of any accident which:-  cause death  causes serious damage to property or machinery  cause bodily injury that prevent a person from doing his normal work for more than 4 days  any dangerous occurrence With the least possible delay submit a written report in prescribed form
  3. 3. Section 32(1) require employer to notify the nearest OSH office if any of the following has occurred or islikely to occur:- • accident • dangerous occurrence • occupational poisoning • occupational disease
  4. 4. Section 32(2) require every registered medical practitioner attending or visiting a patient whom he believes to be suffering form any diseases listed under FMA 1967 or any regulation made under OSHA 94 to report the matter to Director General
  5. 5. • NADOPOD was initiated in 1996 • Based on RIDDOR – UK •Collaboration of representatives from the Government, NGOs, employers & workers • Gazetted on 22nd April 2004 • Enforcement Date : 1st March 2005
  6. 6.  This Regulation shall apply to all places of work.  The compliance with these Regulations shall be deemed to have complied with  The Factories and Machinery Act 1967  Petroleum (Safety Measures) Regulations 1985  Cimah Regulations 1996
  8. 8. • Any person who contravenes any provision of these Regulations Commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding ten • Thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeing one year or to both
  9. 9. Legal Research Board.2014.Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (Act 514), Regulations & Orders. Petaling Jaya. Selangor. International Law Book Services. Mgt1023icam Wordpress Site.(2011).Notification of Accident, Dangerous Occurrence, Occupational Poisoning and Occupational Disease Regulations 2004.Retrievedfromhttps://mgt1023icam.files.word