ISO/TS 16949: 2002:
MS 1722:2005 is a Malaysian
Standards that provides requirements on Occupational Safety and Health
Management System (OSHMS) and basis for the development of sustainable
Adapted from the ILO-OSH MS 2001, this Malaysian guidelines on OSH was a result of an urgent need for a local MS that represents the nation’s commitment towards safety and health enhancement efforts at the workplace. The aim of this standard is to establish compliance with legislations and protecting employees from hazards and the elimination of work-related injuries, disabilities, ill health, diseases, near misses and fatalities. This system also leads to overall value added to the economy and social well-being of market relevant Malaysian Standards and provide to the development of global market.
Although MS 1722 is not a legal requirement, it is a recognized specification that structures the implementation of an effective health and safety management system. Therefore, organisations registered to MS 1722:2005 are having an approach to confirm the employees that they are on the right track and that they are using a structured process to protect their own safety and others. Besides, it can prove to your contractors and clients that the company can carry out their job in total security, in other words, you are demonstrated your commitment to health and safety to stakeholders. MS 1722 also has setting targets through the Health and Safety policy, together with the ongoing measurement against it to ensure a process of continual improvement.
much enthusiasm and delight,
speaks of worker protection and preservation in terms of
The foundations of the MS 1722 are grounded in the following elements:
· Planning and implementation
· Action for improvement
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