OSH Award

MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE MANAGEMENT FOR CHEMICAL HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH

From 12 May 2018 until 13 May 2018

REGISTRATION FEES

MEMBER: RM 200

NON MEMBER: RM 400

TARGET GROUP
Electrical, Mechanical, Petroluem, Instrument and Chemical Engineer and Technician, Young Graduate, Contractor Site Supervisor, Site Safety Supervisor (SSS), Safety Health Officer (SHO), Safety Practitioner and Safety Manager


DURATION 
2 days including theory and fundamental.

SUMMARY

Medical surveillance program for CHTH is regulated under Regulation 27 of the USECHH Regulations 2000. It is normally recommended by the CHRA Assessor for risks that require further surveillance due to the significant risk and impact to the health of workers.

However, often times the health effects of chemicals are not specific or pathognomonic. For example, Lung cancer may be caused by chromium fumes and also can be caused by smoking. Occupational diseases require evidence to prove that the condition is work related.

Thus, adequate evidence of work related conditions, require adequate knowledge on the risk at the workplace, the chemical itself, CHRA, chemical exposure monitoring and control measures.

Similar knowledge is also required to help determine the weakness or failure of the control measures that resulted in a health effects.

In conclusion, managers of medical surveillance program require adequate knowledge on other related field in order to really takes care of the health of the workers from health effects of CHTH.

The training shall also provide the rational and the understanding of the USECHH REGULATIONS.

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE

To provide the necessary knowledge for the safety officers, occupational health Doctor, and managers to manage a successful medical surveillance programme.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand latest CLASS Regulations chemical hazard classification
  • Understand the Permissible Exposure Limits, action levels, biological monitoring, and target organ monitoring.
  • Understand the CHRA decision making process. Its strengths and weaknesses.
  • Understand chemical exposure monitoring
  • Understand control measures for chemical hazardous to health, weaknesses and strength
  • Understand the medical surveillance program described in the health surveillance guidelines by DOSH Malaysia.
  • Understand biological monitoring, its strengths, weakness and limitations.
  • Understand target organs medical assessment as the basis of medical surveillance program.

Going

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  • Gravatar Kumaresh A/L Paramasivam
  • Gravatar Alex Vimalaraj a/l Ignaci Louis
  • Gravatar DR. NORAIDA BINTI ZAINIDIN
  • Gravatar Thilaga A/P Annanthamoorthi
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  • Gravatar DR. AMIRUDDIN BIN MOHD OMAR
  • Gravatar Mohd Fairuz bin Masrom
  • Gravatar Mohd Sayuti Abu Bakar
  • Gravatar Fera Shima binti Abdul Aziz
  • Gravatar Kalaivaanan Murugan
  • Gravatar HAZIZI BIN ABDUL YADZID
  • Gravatar MOHD YUSOF BIN KHUZAIMAH
  • Gravatar Noor Atikah Yusoff
  • Gravatar DR NOR KAMISAH BINTI ABDUL HAMID
  • Gravatar Muhd muslimin bin musih
  • Gravatar Simran Kaur
  • Gravatar Fauziah Sapran
  • Gravatar NURUL MARIESA BINTI MUHAMMAD NANDA
  • Gravatar Hamdi Bin Abdul Halim
  • Gravatar DR AFFENDY BIN BAPOKUTTY
  • Gravatar NUR EZZAZULIANIE BINTI ABDUL RAZAK
  • Gravatar Vujdani Thinatayallam
  • Gravatar MOHAMMAD IZZUDDIN BIN ABDULLAH
  • Gravatar RAJA SHAHAR BIN RAJA ABDUL AZIZ
  • Gravatar NORAZLEY BIN HASSAN
  • Gravatar MOHAMAD ALIF NOOR BIN AHMAD
  • Gravatar OMANTARAM A/L KANGARAJOO
  • Gravatar Aminudi Bin Alwi
  • Gravatar NOOR ATIKAH YUSOFF
MSOSH

The Malaysian Society for Occupational
Safety & Health (MSOSH)

4th Floor Wisma PERKESO,
Lot 141, Jalan Selangor,
Section 6, 46990 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia.

Tel: +603-7956 1763
Fax: +603-7955 7195

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