JTM is responsible for ensuring the safety and health of all its staff and students in all ILJTM free from any acts or circumstances that may cause accidents and health risks in accordance with the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 and the Factories and Machinery Act 1967.
JTM’s Safety and Health Policies cover the implementation of the following:
- Provide and manage a safe workplace, training and accommodation as well as a healthy working environment.
- Ensure that the machines, equipment and materials used are in good condition and safe.
- Strive to eliminate all situations and situations that are considered dangerous.
- Ensure that all staff and students are adequately trained, covering the necessary safety standards and regulations, before they are given the responsibility to operate machines, hand equipment or any related tasks.
- Establish safe working methods and systems for all staff and students to adhere to when performing work activities.
- Always prioritize safety in all related tasks.
- Comply with the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 and the Factories and Machinery Act 1967.
Preventing accidents and health risks is the responsibility of all staff and students. The implementation of perfect Safety and Health practices is an essential requirement for full success.
In this regard, JTM is responsible for ensuring that students and staff understand and comply with safety and health policies without repealing other existing policies.
ROMLI BIN HJ. HASSAN
FORMER DIRECTOR GENERAL
DEPARTMENT OF MANPOWER
1 AUGUST 2007