Pagoh Campus Unit of Occupation Safety, Health and Enviroment Office (OSHE) operates at UTHM, Pagoh Campus branch was established on January 1, 2018 and led by a Head of Unit under the OSHE division of Chancellery, UTHM (main campus).. This unit is responsible for providing legal advice and assistance to the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Provost) of UTHM (Pagoh Campus). The unit ensures the safety, health and welfare of the staff and stakeholders while performing any activities or task in campus by providing;

a) Provision and maintenance of plant and systems of work.

b) Making of arrangements for ensuring safety and absence of risks to health (Hazard risk management).

c) Provision of such information, instruction training and supervision related with safety and health at work.

d) Provision and maintenance of working condition that is safe and without risks to health.

e) Provision and maintenance of the means of access to and egress from University facilities that are safe and without such risks.

f) Provision and maintenance welfare facilities at work.


1.0 Legal advisor to Provost of Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia Pagoh Campus Branch involves aspects of the occupational safety, health and environment.

1.1 Review of acts, regulations, rules, or codes of practice, guidelines, technical specifications & management systems related to occupational safety, health and environment.

1.2 Providing advises to Provost regarding compliance with national legislation involving OSHE in the implementation of daily basis management.

2.0 Become the secretariat of Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia Pagoh Campus Branch Occupational Safety and Health Committee (JKKPUKCP).

2.1 Head of Campus Pagoh Unit OSHE division will be Secretary Of JKKPUKCP and Chairman Of Occupational Safety And Health Liaison Officer Committee (JKPPKKP).

2.2 Coordinate workplace inspections to identify hazards, assessments and risk controls (HIRARC, JSA, CHRA, HAZOP, FMEA).

2.3 Coordinate investigation and notification of accident, dangerous occurrence, occupational disease and occupational poisoning.

2.4 Collect, analyze & maintain the occupational safety and health statistics.

3.0 Medical Surveillance Coordinator

3.1 Identification of disclosure involves personnel, work, materials and activities as specified in the Third Schedule, Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) 1994.

3.2 Manage the assessment and control of exposure in the work area as in the Third Schedule, Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) 1994.

3.3 Manage temporary work transfer programs from work locations / activities due to occupational diseases as directed by the Occupational Health Doctor (OHD).

4.0 Emergency Management Supervisor

4.1 Identify emergencies and provide emergency procedures in UTHMKCP.

4.2 Supervise the provision of emergency routes in every room at UTHMKCP.

4.3 Supervise emergency training at UTHMKCP.

4.4 Supervise the management & maintenance of first aid kit at UTHMKCP.

4.5 Supervise appointment and training to first aid and emergency response team (ERT) at UTHMKCP.

4.6 Supervising inspection for fire extinguishers.

5.0 Manage Machinery That Requiring Certificate of Fitness (CF)

5.1 Managing the identification and establishment of databases involving machinery that requiring CF.

5.2 Manage registration, pending re-examination, re-examination, cancellation of registration of machinery with DOSH.

5.3 Manage payment of services that provided by DOSH.

5.4 Distribution of CF to machinery owner.

6.0 Manage Chemical Safety

6.1 Supervisor of the establishment of hazardous chemicals to health master list, MSDS / CSDS list, warning signs and labeling of hazardous chemicals to health.

6.2 Monitor the assessment of hazardous chemicals (CHRA) in university laboratories which using harmful chemicals against health. Monitor the chemicals dosage exposure in laboratories which using hazardous chemicals by hygienic technicians 1.

6.3 Monitor the scheduled waste disposal (chemical and clinical) management performed by the designated concessionaire companies and contractor.

6.4 Monitor documents related with LEV, fume hoods and biosafety cabinets (BSC). These documents should include design drawings and field tests by Professional Engineers (PE), approval letter for miners from DOE Director, Hygienic Technician Certificate 2 for fume hood and biosafety cabinet.

7.0 Monitor Radiation Protection Supervision

7.1 Monitor the classification and marking of working areas with radiation sources (apparatus & materials).

7.2 Monitor the distribution and usage of OSL at work by radiation worker.

7.3 Monitor the exposure dose of radiation workers from OSL observations.

7.4 Monitor the acquisition, maintenance and calibration of OSL and survey meter.

7.5 Monitoring inspection and auditing that involves the use of radiation sources (materials and equipment).

8.0 Monitor Biosafety Supervision

8.1 Observe the approval for notification of LMO / rDNA related activities from the National Board Biosafety (NBB).

8.2 Monitor the level of activity in the laboratory that conducting research using LMO / rDNA.


Issues relating to global health and sustainability must stay high on the agenda if we are to cope with an ageing and ever-increasing population, with growing pressure on resources, and with rising global temperatures. The risks and dangers need to be assessed and then confronted.

Martin Rees


David Ricardo
Official Portal - Portal Rasmi
Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Office,
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia,
86400 Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor
Phone: +6 (07) 453 7228 / 7732
Fax: +6 (07) 453 7639
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