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SPECIAL SCHEME OF INSPECTIONS

MOHAMAD JAMIL,
DIRECTOR OF MAJOR HAZARD DIVISION.

Department of Occupational Safety and Health, Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysia

Objective
To outline the DOSH perception

towards RBI
To outline the Roles of DOSH to assist

the Industry in Implementing RBI


To outline the arrangements of the

Regulations
To outline Some Salient Provisions

Why SSI?
To enable industry to forego the Time-

based Inspection System In-line with the International trend of conducting Statutory Inspection

WHY SSI?
To replace the current practices of

extending certificate of fitness of Pressurized machinery As required by the Industries, so that they will remain competative.

Extending C/F Disadvantages of Current Practices


DOSH Experienced

No proper legal procedures Time consuming Decision made not based on

technical reasons

Extending C/F Disadvantages of Current Practices


Industry Experienced

1. May lose Competitiveness

Edge with foreign companies 2. Companies are not making profit 3. May affect Nations economy

ADVANTAGES OF SSI
The SSI provides the basis

for managing risk by making an informed decision on

inspection frequency, level of detail and types of NDT.

SSI or RBI

Risk-based

Inspection- RBI is one of the Inspection Scheme which falls under the definition of SSI
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RBI Authority Perception


Risk-based Inspection is an inspection

system where its inspection interval is scheduled based on the category of risk associated with each pressurized machinery

Integrating RBI Industry Tasks & Roles


Industry Roles are to : 1. implement RBI, 2. collect data; 3. identify the common degradation mode, 4. determine the likelihood & consequence of failure of machinery; and 5. rank it based on category of risk to prepare an inspection plan based on the

risk associated with each pressurized machinery to submit to the Chief Inspector for approval

Integrating RBI Authority Roles


1.

Authority to approve the proposed RBI


Review the documents b) Carry out Audit and validate data c) grant maximum inspection interval to the successful application
a)

Chief Inspector to issue RBI Approval certificate; 3. Inspector at state office to issue certificate of fitness
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The Need For A New Legislations on RBI


Factories and Machinery (Special Scheme of Inspection)(Riskbased Inspection) Regulations, 200X

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The Needs of SSI-RBI Regulations


To improve Delivery System of DOSH Reduce industries cost of operation and

maintenance Support industry to be more competitive in global market

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The Needs of SSI-RBI Regulations


To encourage Risk Based Inspection

which is recognized as industrial best practice and latest technology to ensure machinery safety in lieu of Time based inspection To introduce and promote RBI technology to industries and JKKP officers To overcome issues relating to extension/exemption application

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Enabling & Related Provisions


Factories and Machinery Act, 1967

Section 56 (ga) conferred power for the Minister to make regulations

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SALIENT PROVISIONS

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R. 3- Application for Approval of risk-based inspection scheme

Industries to submit a written

application to the Chief Inspector, include:


Document on OSH Management System, Documents on RBI; and A prescribed fee.

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R. 4 - Conditions for application

Document to be submitted to prove that

(i) an occupational safety and health management system, OSH-MS 1722 or equivalent has been implemented;

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DOCUMENT TO BE SUBMTTED
(ii) a risk-based inspection has been established comprising of (a) a risk-based data; and (b) calculation, evaluation and results of risk-based inspection scheme;

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DOCUMENT TO BE SUBMTTED
(c) a risk-based inspection team has been established; (d) a Risk-based Inspection Team Leader has been employed; and (iii) any other conditions as required by the Chief Inspector from time to time have been fulfilled.

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DOCUMENT TO BE SUBMTTED
The applicant shall also submit Document to prove that the pressurized machinery
a. is fit for service; and b. has no defect which can lead to failure.

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R6. - Risk-based data


Methods of collecting Data

i. off-line data collection; or ii. on-line data collection.

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R17.- Risk-based Inspection Team Leader

Duty to employ a qualified

person to act as a Risk-based Inspection Team Leader.

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Duties of a Risk-based Inspection Team Leader

i. lead and manage the risk-based inspection team; ii. notify the Risk-Based Inspection User and the Chief Inspector of any abnormality observed in the RiskBased Inspection System;

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Duties of a Risk-based Inspection Team Leader


iii. assign responsibilities and duties to each member of the risk-based inspection team; iv. chair the meeting of the risk-based inspection team; and v. present the progress status of the riskbased inspection scheme to the applicant or Risk-based Inspection User, as the case may be.

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ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
PART I PRELIMINARY 1. Citation and application 2. Interpretation

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ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
PART II APPLICATION FOR RISK-BASED INSPECTION SCHEME 3. Application for risk-based inspection scheme 4 Conditions for application 5. Risk-based data 6. Calculation, evaluation and results of riskbased inspection 7. Software for risk-based inspection

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ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
PART III : AUDIT, CERTIFICATE OF FITNESS AND INSPECTION 8. Audit of risk-based inspection scheme 9. Risk-based Certificate of Fitness 10. Intrusive inspection 11. Power of Inspector to conduct intrusive inspection 12. Preparation for intrusive inspection 13. Pressurized machinery not prepared for inspection 14. Renewal of Risk-based Certificate of Fitness

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ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
PART IV DUTIES OF RISK-BASED INSPECTION USER, RISK-BASED INSPECTION TEAM AND RISK-BASED INSPECTION TEAM LEADER 15. Duties of Risk-based Inspection User 16. Risk-based Inspection Team 17. Risk-based Inspection Team Leader

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ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
PART V MISCELLANEOUS 18. Suspension and termination of Risk-based Approval 19. Suspension and termination of Risk-based Certificate of Fitness 20. Fee Schedule 21. Transfer of ownership

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THANK YOU

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