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Clause ISO14001 Clause

4.1General Requirements 4.1


4.2Environmental Policy 4.2
4.3 Planning
4.3
4.3.1 Environmental Aspects 4.3.1
4.3.2 Legal and other requirements 4.3.2
4.3.3 Objectives, Targets & Programme(s) 4.3.3
4.4 Implementation And Operation 4.4
4.4.1 Resources, roles, responsibility and authority 4.4.1
4.4.2 Competence, Training and Awareness 4.4.2
4.4.3 Communication 4.4.3
4.4.3.1
4.4.3.2
4.4.4 Documentation 4.4.4
4.4.5 Control of Documents 4.4.5
4.4.6 Operational control 4.4.6
4.4.7 Emergency preparedness and response 4.4.7
4.5 Checking 4.5
4.5.1 Monitoring and measurement 4.5.1
4.5.2 Evaluation Of Compliance 4.5.2
4.5.3 Nonconformity, corrective action and preventive
action
4.5.3
4.5.3.1
4.5.3.2
4.5.4 Control of Records 4.5.4
4.5.5 Internal Audit 4.5.5
4.6 Management Review 4.6
OHSAS18001 Clause
General Requirements 3.1
OHS Policy 3.1.1
Planning
3.1.2
Hazard identification, risk assessment and
determining controls
3.2
Legal and other requirements 3.2.1
Objectives and programs 3.2.2
3.2.3
Implementation and operation 3.2.4
Resources, roles,responsibility,accountability
and authority
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
Competence, training and awareness 3.3.3
Communication, participation and consultation 3.3.4
Communication 3.4
Participation and consultation
3.4.1
3.4.2
Documentation 3.4.3
Control of documents 3.4.4
Operational Control 3.5
Emergency preparedness and response 3.5.1
Checking 3.5.2
Performance measure and monitoring
Evaluation of compliance 3.3.4.3
Incident investigation, nonconformity, corrective
action and preventive action
Incident investigation
Nonconformity, corrective action and preventive
action
Control of record
Internal audit
Management Review
OHSMS 1722
Policy
Occupational safety and health policy
Employee participation
Organising
Responsibility and accountability
Competence and training
OSH MS documentation
Communication
Planning and implementation
Initial review
System planning, development and implementation
OSH objective
Hazard prevention
Evaluation
Performance monitoring and measure
Investigation of work related injuries, disabilities, ill
health, disease and near misses, and their impact on
safety and health performance
Audit
Management review
Action for improvement
Preventive and corrective action
Continual improvement
Emergency prevention, preparedness and response
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Risk Rating
Consequenc
e
Likelihood
STATUS DUE PIC
Control Measure
Risk Assessment
Dept: C Prepared by: Me Date: 06.07.11Rev: 1
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4 S0 F2
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PPE
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control
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PPE
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PPE
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control
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PPE
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PPE
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Hazard Identification
Station 1
- 26P
Connector
Riveting &
Housing
Assembly
Circuit
breaker
Physical
hazard:
Moving
object .
Station 2
- Main PCB
Clinching
Use 2 hands
safety
operation
switch
Safety
interlock
manual
handling,
repetitive
work (risk:
injurys to
fingers and
hands)
Existing
control
Hazard &
Potential
Activity/
Product/
Services
HIRADC : Hazard Identification Risk Assessment and Determine Control
Environmental Aspect Impact Register
Circuit
breaker - As
above
Risk: Hand
injury,
repetitive
work,
electricution
Station 3
Use 2 hands
safety
operation
switch
Safety
interlock
manual
handling,
repetitive
work (risk:
injurys to
fingers and
hands)
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Housing
Frame
Screwing
Station 4
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- PCB Visual
Inspection
Station 5
- Flash
Programmin
g
Circuit
breaker
Splicing tool
secure/setup
station
expose to
electrical
energy
(Risk=lelectri
cal
burn/electroc
ution)
Safety
interlock
manual
handling,
repetitive
work (risk:
injurys to
fingers and
hands)
manual
handling,
repetitive
work (risk:
injurys to
fingers and
hands)
Station 6
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Finetune
alignment
Station 7
Safety
interlock
sharp object
(risk:injury to
fingers and
hands),
physical
injury
Splicing tool
secure/setup
station
expose to
electrical
energy
(Risk=lelectri
cal
burn/electroc
ution)
- Mechanism
to radio
assembly
Circuit
breaker - As
above
Station 8
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Bracket to
Mechanism
Screwing
Station 9
Safety
interlock
manual
handling,rep
etitive work
(risk: injurys
to fingers
and hands)
manual
handling,
repetitive
work (risk:
injurys to
fingers and
hands)
Safety
interlock
Safety
interlock
sharp object
(risk:injury to
fingers and
hands),
physical
injury
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Bottom
Cover
Screwing
Station 10 Safety
interlock
sharp object
(risk:injury to
fingers and
hands),
physical
injury
Safety
interlock
manual
handling,rep
etitive work
(risk: injurys
to fingers
and hands)
- Mechanism
to radio
assembly
and
inspection
Station 11
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Mechanism
to radio
screwing
Station 12
manual
handling,
repetitive
work (risk:
injurys to
fingers and
hands)
Safety
interlock
Safety
interlock
repetitive
work, manual
handling,
electricution
Safety
interlock
sharp object
(risk:injury to
fingers and
hands),
physical
injury
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Front Cover
to radio
assembly
Station 13
Safety
interlock
manual
handling
manual
handling,
repetitive
work (risk:
injurys to
fingers and
hands)
Safety
interlock
- Top Cover
assembly
Station 14
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Top Cover
screwing
Station 15 Splicing tool
secure/setup
station
expose to
electrical
energy
(Risk=lelectri
cal
burn/electroc
ution)
Use 2 hands
safety
operation
switch
Using
engineering
board for
setup
manual
handling,
repetative
work,
chemical
subs material
(glue)
Safety
interlock
manual
handling
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Holding
Spring
screwing
Station 16
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Finetune
alignment
Station 17 Splicing tool
secure/setup
station
expose to
electrical
energy
(Risk=lelectri
cal
burn/electroc
ution)
Splicing tool
secure/setup
station
Splicing tool
secure/setup
station
expose to
electrical
energy
(Risk=lelectri
cal
burn/electroc
ution)
expose to
electrical
energy
(Risk=lelectri
cal
burn/electroc
ution)
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Functional
check
Station 18
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Functional
check
Station 19
Using
engineering
board for
setup
manual
handling
Splicing tool
secure/setup
station
expose to
electrical
energy
(Risk=lelectri
cal
burn/electroc
ution)
Splicing tool
secure/setup
station
expose to
electrical
energy
(Risk=lelectri
cal
burn/electroc
ution)
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Functional
check
Station 20
Safety
interlock
Suspended
object
Ear plug
expose to
electrical
energy
(Risk=lelectri
cal
burn/electroc
ution). Noise
Sound Room
Using
engineering
board for
setup
manual
handling
Circuit
breaker - As
above
- Sticker
Assembly
Station 21
- Visual
check
Station 22
repetitive
work and
manual
handling,fall
Safety
interlock
Safety
interlock
repetitive
work and
manual
handling,fall
Safety
interlock
Suspended
object
- Default
setting
Station 23
- Frame
assembly
Station 24
None
Physical
hazard:
Improper
Conveyor
width setting
. Risk :
damage
board
Safety
interlock
repetitive
work and
manual
handling,fall
repetitive
work and
manual
handling,fall
Safety
interlock
- Packing
None
Physical
hazard:
Improper
Conveyor
width setting
. Risk :
damage
board
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Picture
Input Amount/yr
HIRADC : Hazard Identification Risk Assessment and Determine Control
Environmental Aspect Impact Register
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(barcode reel
waste paper)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
Resources
(electricity)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
Resources
(electricity)
Use of
natural
Resources
(electricity)
Use of
natural
Resources
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of
natural
Resources
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(plastic
reel/bag)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of
natural
Resources
(electricity)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(paper)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of
natural
resouces
(electricity)
Use of raw
material
(Glove)
Use of raw
material
(Finger coat)
x x x
x x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
Normal Abnormal Emergency
Depletion Of
natural
resources Output Amount/yr **Legal
Condition Impact to Environment
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
Waste paper
? x x
x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x
x x
x
x x x
x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
Waste
plastic
reel/bag 0 x x
x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x
x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x x
x x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x x
waste paper
? x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
x
x
x x
x x
x x x
Waste glove 52 pcs x x
x x x
Waste
rubber 7300 pcs x x
Evaluation
Significant
Yes/No
S0-ADB , F2
= 4 (NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
Air Pollution
Others (Pls
mention) Soil Pollution
Water
Pollution
Impact to Environment
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO) x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO) x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
S0 , F2 = 4
(NO)
x
S0 , F2 = 4
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INDEX OF MALAYSIA EHS LEGISLATION : June 2004
1 Atomic Energy Licensing Act 1984 Act 304 4.4 X X
2
Atomic Energy Licecing (Exemption) (Exemption) (Low Activity Radioactive Material)
Order 2002 PU(A) 182/2002 4.4 X
3 Environmental Quality Act 1974 Act 127 1 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
4
Environmental Quality (Clean Air) (Amendment) Regulations 2000 PU(A) 309/2000
2 X X X X
5
Environmental Quality (Compounding of Offences) (Amendment) Rules 1999 PU(A)
512/1999 2
6
Environmental Quality (Control of Emission From Diesel Engines)(Amendment)
Regulations 2000 PU(A) 488/2000 2 X
7 Environmental Quality (Dioxin and Furan) Regulations 2004 PU(A) 104/2004 2 X
8 Environmental Quality (Halon Management) Regulation 1999 PU(A) 452/1999 2 X
9
Environmental Quality (Delegation of Powers) (Halon Management)Regulation 2000
PU(A) 490/2000 2 X
10 Environmental Quality (Licensing) Regulations 1977 PU(A) 198/1977 1 X X
11 Environmental Quality (Motor Vehicle Noise) Regulations 1987 PU(A) 244/1987 2
12
Environmental Quality (Prescribed Activities) (Environmental Impact Assessment)
Order 1987 PU(A) 362/1987 6
13
Environmental Quality (Prescribed Premises) (Scheduled Wastes Treatment and
Disposal Facilities) Regulations 1989 PU(A) 141/1989 5 X X
14
Environmental Quality (Prohibition on the Use of Chlorofluorocarbons and other
Gases as Propellants and Blowing Agents) Order 1993 and other Gases as
Propellants and Blowing Agents) Order 1993 2
X
15
Environmental Quality (Prohibited on the Use of the Controlled Substance in Soap,
Synthetic Detergent and Other Cleaning Agents) Order 1995 PU(A) 115/1995 3
X X
16
Environmental Quality (Refrigerant Management) Regulation 1999 PU(A) 451/1999
2 X X
17
Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 1989 PU(A) 139/1989 5
X X X X
18
Environmental Quality (Sewage and Industrial Effluents) Regulations 2000 PU(A)
398/2000 3
X X
19 Factories and Machinery Act, 1967 Act 139 7.2 X X X
20 Factories and Machinery (Exemption) (No.3) Order 2004 PU(A)185/2004 7.2
21 Factories and Machinery (Asbestos Process) Regulations 1986 7.2 X
22
Factories and Machinery (Building Operations and Works of Engineering
Construction) (Safety) Regulations 1986 PU(A) 5/1970 7.2
X
23
Factories and Machinery (Fencing of Machinery and Safety) Regulations 1970
PU(A) 10/1970 7.2
X X X X X X
24 Factories and Machinery (Lead) Regulations 1984 PU(A) 60/1984 7.2 X X X X X X
25 Factories and Machinery (Mineral Dust) Regulations 1989 PU(A) 2/1989 7.2 X X X X X
26 Factories and Machinery (Noise Exposure) Regulations 1989 PU(A)1/1989 7.2 X X X X X X X X X X
27
Factories and Machinery (Notification, Certificate of Fitness and Inspection)
Regulations 1970 PU(A) 444/1970 7.2 X X
28
Factories and Machinery (Persons-In-Charge) Regulations 1970 PU(A) 11/1970 7.2
X X
29
Factories and Machinery (Revocation of Exemption) Order 2000 PU(A) 22/2000 7.2
30
Factories and Machinery (Safety, Health and Welfare) Regulation 1970 PU(A)
32/1970 7.2 X X X X
31
Factories and Machinery (Steam Boiler and Unfired Pressure Vessel) (Amendment)
Regulations 1999 PU(A) 323/1999 7.2
X
32 Fire Services Act 1988 Act 341 8 X X X X
33 Fire Services (Amendment) Act 1991 Act A799 8
34 Fire Services (Amendment) Act 1994 Amending Act A879 8
35 Fire Services (Compounding of Offences) Regulations 2000 PU(A) 313/2000 8
36 Fire Services (Fire Certificate) Regulation 2001 PU(A) 241/2001 8 X
37 Local Government Act 1976 Act 171 5 X X
38 Local Government (Amendment) Act 1991 Amending Act A806 5
39 Local Government (Amendment) Act 1993 Amending Act A865 5
40 Merchant Shipping (Oil Pollution) Act 1994 3 Act 515
41 Merchant Shipping Ordinance 1952 3
42 Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 Act 514 7.1 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
43
Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 Declaration of Occupational Diseases
X X
44
Occupational Safety and Health (Classification, Packaging and Labelling of
Hazardous Chemicals) Regulations 1997 PU(A) 143/1997 7.1
X X X X X X X X X X X X X
45
Occupational Safety and Health (Control of Industrial Major Accident Hazards)
Regulations 1996 PU(A) 39/96 7.1
46
Occupational Safety and Health (Employers Safety and Health General Policy
Statements) (Exception) Regulations 1995 PU(A) 78/1995 7.1
X X
47
Occupational Safety and Health (Prohibition of Use of Substance) Order 1999 PU(A)
303/1999 7.1 X X
48
Occupational Safety and Health (Safety and Health Committee) Regulations 1996
X X
49
Occupational Safety and Health (Safety and Health Officer) Regulations 1997PU(A)
315/1997 7.1
X
50
Occupational Safety and Health (Safety and Health Officer) Order 1997 PU(A)
316/1997 7.1
51
Occupational Safety and Health (Use and Standard of Exposure of Chemicals
Hazardous to Health) Regulations 2000 PU(A) 131/2000 7.1
X
52
Occupational Safety and Health (Notification of Accident, Dangerous Occurrence,
Occupational Poisoning and Occupational Disease) Regulations 2004
PU(A)128/2004 7.1 X X X
53 Poisons Act 1952 Act 366 4.1 X X
54 Poison List (Amendment) Order 2004 PU(A) 39/2004 4.1
55 Poisons List (Exemption) Order 2001 4.1
56 Poisons Regulations 1952 PU(A) 233/2003 4.1
57 Poisons (Psychotropic Substances) Regulations 1989 PU(A) 260/1998 4.1
58
Poisons (Psychotropic Substances) (Amendment) Regulations 1999 PU(A) 19/1999
4.1
59 Poisons (Sodium Arsenite) Ordinance 1949
60 Poisons (Sodium Arsenite) Regulations 1949
61 Poisons (Sodium Hydroxide) Regulations 1962
62 Pesticides Act 1974 Act 149 X
63 Pesticides (Amendment of First Schedule) Order 2003 PU(A) 16/2003
64 Pesticides (Amendment of Second Schedule) Order 2001
65 Pesticides (Advertisement) Regulations 1996
66 Pesticides (Exemption) Order 2004 PU(A) 13/2004
67
Pesticides (Importation for Education or Research Purposes) (Amendment) Rules
1987 PU(A) 87/1987
68 Pesticides (Labelling) Regulations)1984 PU(A) 251/1984 X
69 Pesticides (Licensing for Sale and Storage for Sale) Rules 1988
70 Pesticides (Pest Control Operator) Rules 2004 PU (A) 70/2004 X
71 Petroleum (Safety Measures) Act 1984 Act 302
72 Petroleum (Safety Measures) (Amendment) Act 1993 Act A843
73 Radiation Protection (Basic Safety Standards) Regulation 1988 X X
74 Radiation Protection (Licensing) Regulation 1986 X
75
Revision of Laws (Rectification of Pesticides Act 1974) Order 2003 PU(A)364/2003
76
Sewerage Services Act 1993 Act 508 3
X
77
Sewerage Services (Authorisation Of Collection Of Charges) Order 1994 PU(A)
116/1994
X
78 Sewerage Services (Charges) Regulations 1994 PU(A) 115/1994 3
79 Sewerage Services (Charges) (Amendment) Regulations 1999 PU(A) 67/1999 3
80
Sewerage Services (Compounding of Offences) Regulations 2001 PU(A) 201/2001
81 Sewerage Services (Licensing) Regulations 1994 PU(A) 114/1994 3 X
82 Street Drainage and Building Act 1974 Act 133 3 X
83 Street, Drainage and Building (Amendment) Act 1993 Amending Act A867 3 X
84
REACH - Registration, Evaluation, Authorization & Restriction of Chemical
Substances EU Directive
85 RoHS
86 WEEE
UPDATE : Nov 30,2010
JAN FEBMARAPRMAYJUNJUL AUGSEPOCTNOVDECJANFEBMARAPRMAYJUNJUL AUGSEPOCTNOVDECJANFEB
AI link to legal
Mechanism 1. Subscribtion
2. Frequent visit to - DOSH, DOE , website - need to show prove of visit
3. Frepencha meeting - Put on of meeting agenda update on legal and other requiremnents
Environmental Aspect/OHS
Regulations/topic
Environmental/OHS Law
(Act; Section; Regulation; Requirements)
1)Register entry of Generator set DOE.Ref no
: AP/E/3S (P 71/2010)
AP/E/3S (P 72/2010)
EQA1974 Regulations 1978 (Control of Emissions from Diesel
Engines)
2) Sewage discharge EQA 1974 (Sewage) Regulation 2009
Environmental Quality (Refrigerant Management) Regulation 1999
Environmental Quality (Halon Management) Regulation 1999
4) Air emission
DOE.Ref no : AK(CR 140/2007)
EQA 1978 (Clean Air)
LEGAL REGISTER AND EVALUATION OF COMPLIANCE (Legal and other requirements)
3) Halon
5) Disposal of Scheduled Wastes:
Environmental Quality
( Scheduled Waste Regulations) 2005
OSHA 1994 (Dec 2002): Act 514 Part IV, Sec.16 Duty to
Formulate Safety and Health Policy
Occupational Safety and Health (Employers Safety and Health
General Policy Statements) (Exception) Regulations 1995
OSHA 1994 (Dec 2002): Act 514 Part VII, Sec.30 Establishment
of Safety and Health Committee at Place of Work
Occupational Safety and Health (Safety and Health Committee)
Regulations 1996
OSHA 1994 (Dec 2002): Act 514 Part VII, Sec.29
Occupational Safety and Health (Safety and Health Officer) Order
1997
5) Safety and Health Officer
3) Safety and Health Policy
4) Safety and Health Committee
OSHA 1994 (Dec 2002): USECHH 2000, Regulation 9
OSHA 1997 (Classification, Packaging & Labeling of Hazardous
Chemicals)
OSHA 1994 (Dec 2002): USECHH 2000, Regulation 16
FMA 1967 (June 2003): Act 139 - Factories and Machinery
(Safety, Health and Welfare) Regulations 1970 Regulation 32
6) Chemical Health Risk Assessment
(CHRA)
7) Implementation of PPE
8) Initial Noise Monitoring
FMA 1967 (June 2003): Act 139 Factories and Machinery (Noise
Exposure) Regulations 1989, Part III Exposure Monitoring
FMA 1967(June 2003): Act 139 Factories and Machinery
(Safety, Health & Welfare) Regulations 1970 Regulation 13.
Code of Practice For Safe Working In A Confined Space 2010
OSHA 1994 (Dec 2002): Act 514, Section 15 (1)
FMA 1967 (June 2003): Act 139 - Sec. 25 (1) (c)
Factories and Machinery (Safety, Health and Welfare) Regulations
1970 Regulation 38
12) Certificate of Fitness for Oil Separator,
Air Compressor, Air Receiver, Good Lifts and
Passenger Lifts
Factories and Machinery (Notification, Certificate of Fitness and
Inspection) Regulation 1970 Part II, Certificate of Fitness.
13) Building Operations and Works of
Engineering Construction
Factories and Machinery (Building Operations and Works of
Engineering Constructions) ( Safety) Regulation 1986
11) Occupational Health Clinic / First Aid
Room and First Aid Box
10) Working in Confined Space
9) Lead Exposure Monitoring
FMA 1967 (June 2003): Act 139 Factories and Machinery (Lead)
Regulations 1984, Part III Exposure Monitoring.
14)Environmental Management Systems MS ISO14001: 1997 (ISO/TC 207)
15) Occupational Health and Safety Standard
& Requirement
AS/NZS 4801:2001
OHSAS 18001:1999
16) Notification of Accident, Dangerous
Occurrence, Occupational Poisoning and
Occupational Disease
Guidelines on Safety and Health ( Notification of Accident,
Dangerous Occurrence, Occupational Poisoning and
Occupational Disease) Regulations 1994
17) Cooling Water Tower Environmental Quality (Sewage and Industrial Effluent)
Regulations 1979 Second Schedule
18) Bomba Certificate
Fire Act
19) Radiation
Radiation Act 1984
20) Solid and General Wastes (Non-
Scheduled Wastes
Environmental Quality Act 1974
1. Regulation (24) Restriction of pollution of the soil.
2. Regulation (25) Restrictions on pollution of inland waters.
21) Diesel Properties
Environmental Quality ( Control of Petrol and Diesel Properties )
Regulation 2007
Document number Title
N93 A1 N93-Preparation and control
Bosch-Norm | 4497025164 | N93 A | 2011-03-30
N93 A1.1 Basic requirements for occupational health and safety, fire and
environmental protection
N93 A2 Responsibility for occupational health and safety, fire and
environmental protection
(HSE); Transferring contractor obligations
N93 A3 Representatives for occupational health and safety, fire and
environmental
protection; Tasks and responsibilities
N93 A4 Legal specifications
N93 A5 Evaluation of environmental aspects
N93 A5.1 Evaluation of environmental aspects; Classification scheme for
defining priorities
N93 A5.2 Evaluation of environmental aspects; Overview of "Environmental
impact"
N93 A6 Audit management and performance assessment of occupational
health and safety,
fire and environmental protection
N93 A8 Employee instruction and training
N93 A8.1 Training and Instruction Matrix; Environmental Protection and
Safety
N93 A9 Emergency control; Evacuating Buildings
N93 A11 Hazard assessment International version
N93 A11.1 Hazard assessment - RBI
N93 A12 Supplier audits
N93 A13 Waste management
N93 A14 Soil and water conservation
N93 A18 Chemical working substances
N93 A19 Performing environmental and occupational safety - due diligence
(HSE-Due
diligence)
N93 A20 Contractor companies (CC)
N93 A21 Post-Merger-Integration (HSE-PMI)
N93 A22 Fire protection
N93 A23 Procedure for closing of locations focusing on environmental
issues
N93 B1 Directive; General rules for employees
N93 B1.1 Directive; General rules for employees; Safety identification
N93 B1.2
N93 B1.2 Directive; Hazard prevention
N93 B1.3 Directive; Accident notification; Occupational accident notification
scheme
N93 B1.4 Directive; Hazardous substance identification; Hazardous
substances
N93 B1.4.1 Directive; Labeling elements acc. to GHS/CLP (Regulation EC
1272/2008)
Bosch-Norm | 4497039248 | N93 B | 2011-03-30
Document number Title
N93 B1.4.2 Directive; Comparison of hazard symbols/pictograms
N93 B1.5 Directive; Skin protection plan; Example
N93 B1.6 Directive; Use of personal protective equipment (PPE); Examples
for department /workshop
N93 B10 Directive; Working on electrical machines and equipment (MAE)
N93 B11 Directive; Battery charging installations
N93 B14 Directive; Setting up working equipment (MAE)
N93 B16 Directive; Centrifuges
N93 B17 Directive; EDM machines
N93 B18 Directive; Welding, flame cutting, soldering
N93 B19 Directive; Material-removing processing machines
N93 B20 Directive; Grinder tools
N93 B21 Directive; Electrochemical machining installations (ECM)
N93 B26 Directive; Dust detrimental to health
N93 B28 Directive; Ladders and Steps
N93 B29 Directive; Lifting platforms
N93 B29.1 Directive; Lending and written assignment of hydraulic platforms
to contractor companies; sample
N93 B30 Directive; Handling lifting tools and load carrying devices
N93 B33 Directive; Compressed-gas cylinders
N93 B35 Directive; Powered industrial vehicles
N93 B38 Directive; Working alone
N93 B39 Directive; Circular saws and band saws
N93 B43 Directive; Storing and provision
N93 B44 Directive; Warehouse facilities
N93 B47 Directive; Work on systems using pressurized media
N93 B48 Directive; Kitchen / canteen
N93 B53 Directive; X-ray systems and equipment with stray radiation effect
N93 B54 Directive; Maintenance / machine cleaning
N93 B59 Directive; Jet stream machines
N93 B65 Directive; Scooters, bicycles and similar vehicles
N93 B69 Directive; Docking stations / loading ramps
N93 B70 Directive; Shears
N93 B71 Directive; Press containers
N93 B72 Directive; Firefighting systems; (Building/room protection systems)
N93 B73 Directive; Workstations with visual display units
N93 B74 Directive; Working in rooms / areas subject to explosion hazard
N93 I1 Safety Marking; Overview
N93 I1.1 General
N93 I1.1.1 Preamble
N93 I1.1.2 Guidelines for safety marking
N93 I1.2 Safety marking at work place
N93 I1.2.1 Prohibition signs; Plasticized PVC film; self-adhesive
N93 I1.2.2 Mandatory signs; Plasticized PVC film; self-adhesive
N93 I1.2.3 Warning signs; Plasticized PVC film; self-adhesive
N93 I1.2.4 Fire safety signs
N93 I1.2.5 Signs for fire brigade services
N93 I1.2.6 Safe condition signs; Plasticized PVC film; self-adhesive
N93 I1.2.7 Marking of dangerous substances; Plasticized PVC film; self-
adhesive
N93 I1.2.9 Inspection stickers
N93 I1.2.10 Minisymbols; Plasticized PVC film; self-adhesive
N93 I1.2.11 Environmental protection signs; Plasticized PVC film; self-
adhesive
N93 I2 Personal protective equipment; Overview
N93 I2.1 Personal protective equipment; General
N93 I2.1.1 Compulsory personal protective equipment
N93 I2.1.2 List of authorized suppliers
N93 I2.2.0 Eye and face protection; General
N93 I2.2.1 Eye and face protection; Mechanical impact
Bosch-Norm | 4497025215 | N93 I | 2011-03-30
Document number Title
N93 I2.2.2 Eye and face protection; Optical impact
N93 I2.2.3 Eye and face protection; Chemical impact
N93 I2.2.4 Eye and face protection; Thermal impact
N93 I2.2.5 Eye and face protection; Combined impact
N93 I2.3.0 Head protection; General
N93 I2.3.1 Head protection; Mechanical/thermal impact
N93 I2.4.0 Respiratory protection; General
N93 I2.4.1 Respiratory protection
N93 I2.5.0 Hand and finger protection; General
N93 I2.5.1 Hand and finger protection; Mechanical impact
N93 I2.5.2 Hand and finger protection; Chemical impact
N93 I2.5.3 Hand and finger protection; Thermal impact
N93 I2.5.4 Hand and finger protection; Electrical impact
N93 I2.5.5 Hand and finger protection; General impacts
N93 I2.6.0 Foot protection; General
N93 I2.6.1 Foot protection; Mechanical impact
N93 I2.6.2 Foot protection; Chemical impact
N93 I2.6.3 Foot protection; Thermal impact
N93 I2.6.4 Foot protection; Mechanical impact and ESD protection
N93 I2.7.0 Body protection; General
N93 I2.7.1 Body protection; Mechanical impact
N93 I2.7.2 Body protection; Chemical impact
N93 I2.7.3 Body protection; Thermal impact
N93 I2.8.0 Hearing protection; General
N93 I2.8.1 Hearing protection
N93 I2.10.1 Skin protection; General
N93 I2.10.2 Example for skin protection plan
N93 I3 Best practice solutions
N93 I3.1 Environmental management system (not yet available
N93 I3.2 Health and safety management system
N93 I3.2.1 Recording and analyzing of occupational accidents
N93 I3.3 Soil and water protection
N93 I3.3.1.1 Machinery and equipment or handling substances hazardous to
water; Sealing of bottom surface
N93 I3.3.1.2 Machinery and equipment or handling substances hazardous to
water; Design of retention system
N93 I3.3.1.3 Machinery and equipment or handling substances hazardous to
water; Example:
Safety program for MAE w. individual feed
N93 I3.3.1.4 Machinery and equipment or handling substances hazardous to
water; Example:
Safety program f. MAE w. central feed
N93 I3.4 Waste (not yet available)
N93 I3.5 Air quality (not yet available)
N93 I3.6 Hazardous materials and goods (not yet available)
N93 I3.7 Fire protection and emergency control
N93 I3.7.1 Maintenance of fire protection systems
N93 I3.7.1.1 Maintenance of fire protection systems; Maintenance contents and
intervals
N93 I3.8 Inspection intervals for working equipment (MAE)
N93 I3.8.1 Inspection of working equipment (MAE) acc. to Ord. on Industrial
Safety and Health
N93 I3.8.2 Inspection of working equipment (MAE) and installations that
require monitoring;
Recommendations
N93 I3.9 Machinery and equipment safety
N93 I3.9.1 Machinery and equipment safety; Safety standard
N93 I3.9.1.0 Minimum requirements for operating work equipment; Appendix 1
on Ordinance on
Industrial Safety and Health
N93 I3.9.1.1 Machinery and equipment safety; Observance Machine VO
N93 I3.9.1.2 EU-Machine directive/9th ordinance on the Equipment Safety Act;
Procedure with
deviations from CE
N93 I3.9.2 Separating protective installations; Safety standard
N93 I3.9.3 Two-hand operation units; Safety standard
N93 I3.9.4 Key-operated adjuster; Safety standard
N93 I3.9.5 Hydraulic hose assemblies; Safety standard
N93 I3.9.6 Polycarbonate (PC-) inspection windows on machine tools; Safety
standard
N93 I3.9.7 Safety-related planning and inspection of working equipment and
construction
projects; Examples
N93 I3.10 Training and instruction
N93 I3.10.1 Operator training for powered industrial vehicle
N93 I3.10.2 Tips and hints for our employees (leaflet)
N93 I3.11 Safety standards informative
N93 I3.11.2 Presses; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.3 Noise; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.3.1 Acoustic, machine acceptance; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.4 Industrial robots; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.5 Laser installations; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.6 Storing of hazardous substances; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.9 Setting up and operating electroplating shops; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.10 Machines with stock removal using mineral oil as metal working
fluid (KSS); Safety
standard
N93 I3.11.10.1 Checklist; Machinery with stock removal using cooling lubricants
oil; Safety
standard
N93 I3.11.10.2 Switch off matrix; Machinery and equipment MAE using cooling
lubricants oil CL; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.11 Electromagnetic fields; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.11.1 Electromagnetic fields; Identification of workshops
N93 I3.11.12.1 Traffic and escape routes; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.13 Inspection/assembly installations with combustible liquids; Safety
standard
N93 I3.11.13.1 Inspection and supply rooms with combustible liquids; Safety
standard
N93 I3.11.13.2 Inspection and assembly installations with combustible liquids
(minimum
requirements); Safety standard
N93 I3.11.16 Handling biological working materials; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.16.1 Handling biological working materials, hazard assessment; Safety
standard
N93 I3.11.18 Remote maintenance of machine controls; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.18.1 Remote maintenance of machine data; Protocol
N93 I3.11.19 Working alone; Safety standard
N93 I3.11.20 Design and equipment of storage facilities for compressed-gas
cylinders (gas
cylinder storage)
N93 I3.12 Explosion protection
N93 I3.12.1 Hazardous explosive atmosphere; General
N93 I3.12.1.1 Explosion protection document acc. to Ordin. on Ind. Safety and
health (BetrSichV)
N93 I3.12.1.1.1 Explosion protection document; Assessment of explosion hazard
from gases,
fumes or mist
N93 I3.12.1.1.2 Explosion protection document acc. to Ordin. on Ind. Safety and
health
(BetrSichV); Installations relevant for ex. Protection (samples)
N93 I3.13 HSE-relevant specifications
N93 I3.13.1 Identification, evaluation and documentation of HSE specifications
N93 I3.14 Environment-related product data
N93 I3.14.1 Environment-related product data; Data format and process
N93 S1 Safety-related planning and inspection of working equipment and
construction
projects
N93 S14 Machinery and equipment (MAE) for handling substances
hazardous to the
environment
N93 S17 Work subject to prior authorization; Safety standard
N93 S21 Battery installations for electro-powered industrial vehicles; Safety
standards
N93 S22.1 Fire protection - constructional; Safety standards
Bosch-Norm | 4497017384 | N93 S | 2011-03-30
Document number Title
N93 S22.2 Fire protection - operational; Safety standards
N93 S22.3 Fire protection - organizational; Safety standards
Bosch -Norm N93 C
N93 C 1 Check Lists for Superiors
N93 C 1.1 Check Duties
N93 C2 Check Lists for Safety Representatives (SHB)
N93 C2.1 Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)/Skin Protection
N93 C2.2 Traffic, Escape and Rescue Routes
N93 C2.3 Hazardous Substances
N93 C2..4 Safety of Machines/Equipment
N93 C2.5 Electrical Installations and Tooling
N93 C2.6 Ladders and Steps
N93 C2.7 Lifting Tools, Loading and Stop Equipment
N93 C2.8 Fire and Explosion Protection
N93 C2.9 Transporting and Storing
N93 C3 Check Lists for Safety specialists and planners
N93 C3.1 Assessing floor/installation plans
Registration
Number
Bosch
Compliance
Compliance
related
Monitoring or action
required
Area
Responsibility
Yes Refer comment Baseline monitoring: Done Facilities
Yes Refer comment Monthly monitoring: Facilities
Yes
-
Facilities
Yes
Refer comment -
Yes Quarterly
Facilities, Wave
soldering, lacquering
, oven re-flow.
standby generators
LEGAL REGISTER AND EVALUATION OF COMPLIANCE (Legal and other requirements)
Yes Refer comment
Monthly sent Waste to KA
Monthly Scheduled waste
inventory report to
Department of Environment
Waste Generator
Waste Management
Center
Yes
To have a safety
policy for a
Penang in both
English and
Bahasa
Policy formulated and
published plant wide.
Revision will be done when
there are changes in process
and activities within the plant.
HSE
Yes - None HSE
Yes
Yes
Yes
Monthly report to MD
Assist Quarterly Audit by
Safety Committee
Yes
Yearly Safety training
HSE
Monthly meeting
Meeting minute sent to
management for reference.
HSE
Yes
IH Monitoring
Hygiene Tech
HSE
Yes
Labeling Maintenance
Yes
PPE HSE
Yes
Yes
Initial noise monitoring &
Additional noise monitoring
HSE
Yes
1All operation
processes,
standby generators
HSE
ENG, PUR
Confined Space SOP
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes PMA/PMT yearly permit Facilities
Yes None Facilities
Nurse
Yes Facilities
Yes
Yes
Yearly Management Review
Yearly Internal audit
Yearly Surveillance audit
3 yearly Re-assessment audit
HSE-MS Area rep
Yes
Yearly Management Review
Yearly Internal audit
Yearly Surveillance audit
3 yearly Re-assessment audit
HSE-MS Area rep
Yes Yearly Report to DOSH
Headquarter
24 hours notification of any
incident of accident occurred
in the workplace
HSE
Yes Legionella analysis Facilities, sewage
treatment plant
Yes Yearly Renewal Facility
Yearly renewal
RPO
QA
Yes All
Refer comment 6 months Facilities
Yes None HSE-PT,C/PS
Bosch-Norm | 4497025164 | N93 A | 2011-03-30
Evaluation
process
In their area of responsibility
executives have to ensure
that there are no deviations
from legal
requirements or from Bosch
requirements that might be
avoided or prevented by
adequate monitoring.
EHS-basic requirements
which have to be observed by
all locations are listed in
attachment B
HSE
Yes The subordinate managers
have to provide adequate
operational facilities conform
to HSE requirements, to
check and monitor their
proper functioning and to
allocate
funds tailored to the
requirements for a hazard
minimized, environmental
sound and proper operation .
HSE have to ensure that
associates are appropriately
qualified and trained as well
as prescribed medical
examinations
of associates are provided.
Ensure that legal
requirements and Bosch
regulations on occupational,
health and safety, fire and
environmental protection. are
observed. Ensure,
that company doctors and
first-aid personnel as
required by local law are
appointed
HSE,Subordinate
manager
Yes BOSH-Norm to be implented
within a period of a 6 months.
Deviations
require coordination with
C/PS and have to be
documented.
2 Terms
HSE
Yes Identify clear requirements
for MAE or processes.
Prepare an information sheet
containing the actual
specifications for
the operator and to update as
required.
Process and detail in N93 A5
no 4
Facility
operator,HSE
Yes Identify the environmental
aspects related of its
activities, products and
services, that it can control
and influence.
Determine those which have,
or can have significant
impacts on the environment
HSE, All
Yes Establishing environment all
objective
HSE
None
Yes With regard to minor and
major non-conformities the
audited area will have to
generate an action plan.
Auditors have to be
knowledgeable and trained in
the relevant techniques and
management systems and
the audit principles of ISO
19011. All the topics
relevant for the location have
to be evaluated.
HSE-Question catalog.
HSE, Auditor, All
Yes Employee instruction and
training shall be organized on
location. Supervisor on site
responsible for conducting
the instruction
Instruction and training to be
carried out are listed in N93
A8.1. Performance of
instruction and training must
be documented
Document form 1: Example
"List of Signatures"
HSE,PUR
Yes It depend on the group to
conducting the training.
All
Yes Escape and rescue plans
shall be made and
evacuation drills have to take
place if one of the following
criteria
applies:
Conduct every 2 year
All
Yes For new MAE and building
investments, an overall final
acceptance process at the
plant level has to be set
up, carried out and
documented.
Document form 1: Sample
hazard assessment .
doc
Documentation form 2:
Hazard characteristics .
HSE,All
Yes The questionnaire Supplier
Audits (attachment 1)
provides the minimum
standard. Refer
4.3 the process and detail in
N93 A12 supplier audits
Documentation :
Questionnaire
HSE
Measures for the protection
of ground and waters for the
case of leakages have to be
taken With dangerous
goods transports the
corresponding national
regulations have to be
observed. Material samples
of pharmaceuticals,
cosmetics, food and
stimulants that manufacturers
and customers make
available for testing have to
be returned to the
manufacturer or disposed of
properly.
All waste disposal contractors
that are to be contracted by
Bosch for the first time have
to undergo a review
Those responsible must have
undergone sufficient training
as required.
Document form
1: Sample info-
questionnaire.
Document form
2: Hazard characteristics.
HSE and FCM
Yes The requirements to the
properties of surfaces and
retention volume for escaping
substances that are
hazardous
to the environment, including
performance examples, are
specified in BoschNorm
N93S14 in 4.2.1 Machinery
and equipment (MAE) and
4.2.2 Wastewater discharge
HSE
Yes Deviations require
coordination with C/PS and
have to be documented.
Directory of chemical working
substances, Safety data
sheets, Hazard assessment,
Packaging and identification,
Storage areas have to be
designed according to N93
S14.
Document Form Hazard
assessment of work with
chemical working materials.
Form-GHS Hazard
assessment of work with
chemical working materials.
HSE,All
Yes Monitoring contract
performance,
Process and flow chart detail
in 4.2.
Check list HSE-DD long
(encrypted) .
HSE
Yes The Bosch coordinator
conducts random checks to
verify that employees receive
the required instruction and
that instructions and rules are
observed,
Work with particular hazards
, the protective measures
have to be documented
according to site
requirements, assistance e.
g. through N93 S17 Work
subject to prior authorization
.
Document of the hazards
assessment and check
performance are to be
achieved for at least 2 year.
Form 1: Sample Safety
instruction .
Form 2: Sample
Determination of the
environmental hazard as well
as the hazards when dealing
with CC, protective measures
HSE
Yes The implementation of all
Bosch-internal requirements
(GF-guidelines, central
directives, Bosch-Norms)
must have been concluded
18 months after
acquisition.N93 Document
A21 Form 1 HSE-PMI-check
list (
N93 A21 Form 1 HSE-PMI-
check list
PDF Example:
Implementation Timeline
(RBNA)
Yes Stricter insurers
requirements have to be
assessed by the plant.
Requirements from location-
specific regulations (building /
operating permit) have to be
harmonized accordingly
in the fire protection concept
FCN,PUR,HSE,All
Yes Process Scheme GE,HSE
Yes Protective measures/rules of
conduct
HSE and All
Yes None HSE and All
Yes None HSE and All
Yes None HSE, Clinic
Yes None HSE
Yes None HSE
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Yes None HSE
Yes None HSE
Yes None HSE
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and LOG
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE,FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and LOG/PUR
Yes None
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and LOG/PUR
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and All
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE, LOG/PUR
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE, LOG/PUR
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE
,FCM,LOG/PUR
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure code/
behavior
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure/ code
beviour
HSE and FCM
Yes Protective measure/ code
beviour
HSE and LOG/PUR
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
Bosch-Norm | 4497025215 | N93 I | 2011-03-30
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
None ; information HSE, All
National requirements for
responsibilities, deadlines,
content and documentation of
accident causes have to be
observed. There are process
sequence for the record and
analysis of accident in N93
I3.2.1 no 4
HSE
None HSE and FCM
None HSE and FCM
None HSE and FCM
None HSE and FCM
None HSE
None HSE
None HSE
None HSE, FCM
None HSE
None HSE , FCM
None; information All
None HSE , FCM
None; information HSE
None; information HSE
None; information All
None; information ESH
None; information ESH
fire department emergency
control forces must have
access to working equipment
internal spaces.
ESH,FCM
None;Information All
None;Information All
None;Information All
None;Information ESH
None;Information All
None;Information ESH
None;Information All
Heated baths must have a
protection against
overheating
All
None;Information All
None;Information ESH,FCM
None;Information ESH,FCM
None;Information All
None;Information ESH,FCM
None;Information All
None HSE
None;Information ESH
None HSE
None HSE and FCM
None HSE and FCM
None: Construction /
equipment / protective
measures
None; Information HSE and FCM
Employers have to identify
and assess their employees
hazards due to explosions
and to decide on the required
protective measures.
The required explosion
protection measures have to
be selected and evaluated
within an explosion protection
concept that is free from
inherent contradictions
HSE and All
None HSE
None HSE
None HSE
None.4 Refer N93 i3.14
Process description and
process responsibilities
(overview) for more
information
HSE
None HSE
Yes Planning instructions target
specification or Internal target
specification and planning
and procuring of working
equipment and building of
structures. Working
equipment and buildings
have to be acquired or built in
accordance with the safety-
related requirements,
Deviations require
coordination with C/PS and
have to be documented.
Working equipment and
structures have to comply
with internal and external
requirements.
HSE and All
Yes None
Yes See Fire Protective " Best
Proactive"
Yes None HSE
Planning and approval
requirements are available at
all times and have to be
adhered to. Facilities on roof
areas (mechanical / technical
equipment) have to be
accessible at least in two
places, opposite ones if
possible. Marked
emergency exits have to
open in escape direction
Bosch-Norm | 4497017384 | N93 S | 2011-03-30
Yes Location must have a safe
water supply for firefighting.
Primarily sprinkler systems
have to be provided
according to requirements.
Sprinkler systems have to be
maintained.
All areas in Bosch buildings
have to be designed with a
smoke release system.
Sprinkler protected buildings
fire alarm systems have to be
implemented only in selected
areas.
Automatic fire alarm systems
have to be installed in
production plants
FCM, HSE
Fire fighting systems with
gaseous agents have to
comply with the requirements
regarding protection of
persons
and the environment strictly.
Gas detection systems have
to be carried out as required
by law Design and
installation of smoke and
heat release systems with
natural action have to comply
with state-of-the art
technology
A location must have a safe
water supply for firefighting
Yes Emergency plans have to be
designed and to be
coordinated with the specific
emergency response teams.
Incidents have to be
categorized, assessed and
evaluated (extent of
damage).
A sufficient number of
employees will have to be
trained in behavior during a
fire and in firefighting with
firefighting equipment
All installations and
equipment for fire protection
needs to be maintained
(including reporting) . Fire
safety audits have to be
conducted at regular intervals
and preferably in combination
with health, safety and
environmental site visits.
Evaluation requirements
have to be at state-of-the-art
level . First response
activities have to be ensured
by site-own qualified teams.
HSE, ERT Team
Required fire compartments
(e. g. due to legal
requirements) have to be
separated by spatial distance
(minimum
distance from neighboring
building the height of the
higher of the two structures)
or by constructional
measures.
Fire walls must have a
minimum fire resistance of 90
minutes and be continued for
at least 30 cm
above the roof; stability of the
wall must be guaranteed also
with external loads (e. g.
collapsing racks, crane
systems).
New constructions
separations of required
stairways have to be at least
90 minutes fire resistant
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
None None
Record
Evaluation of
compliance
Document /
Record review
Inspection Interview
Facilities
Monitoring data :4/4/07
1st:
Latest:28/4/2010
Sijil Kelulusan Alat
Pembakaran
BahanApi
(Janakuasa)
Maintenance
Record
Facilities
Record: Spectrum Lab
Last 3 month data
Lab Test Report
(June, May &
April)
Facilities
No more Halon.
Now R410
Ozone Free
Facilities
Record: Biochem Lab
(Quarterly)
Last 2 Quarter data.
2011: April
Monitoring
2010: Jul & Nov
Monitoring
HSE/Maintenance
Latest Consignment
Notes.
Monthly schedule waste
inventory.
List of latest scheduled
waste and 7th schedule
Inventory of
scheduled wastes
LEGAL REGISTER AND EVALUATION OF COMPLIANCE (Legal and other requirements)
HSE Policy in all dept/area
HSE
3 latest SHO report to MD.
Action taken and closed.
SHO Report 8th
July, 8th June and
5th May 2011
CEP Training
HSE
Management
Review minutes of
meeting
Meeting minutes
kept by HSE
3 latest SHC meeting
minutes. Corrective action
taken and closed.
SHC minutes of
meeting
(Q2&Q4)
HSE
Latest IH monitoring.
Latest CHRA report.
Action taken and closed.
CHRA Report
complete as at
15/4/2011
IH Monitoring for
LEV in progress
New chemicals and
chemical waste
containers
Chemical buy off
procedure. Latest
chemical in the database.
Chemical
Management
Storage Area,
Production Line
and Waste
Management
Area
N/A
Latest chemical register
List of hazardous chemical
Any action taken to reduce
the risk.
Form F under
CHRA report
Dept Work Unit
First Aid box. Please verify
the quantity.
First Aid box
inventory updated
by Supervisor
Supervisor
Inventory
Checklist
HSE
Latest noise monitoring
data. Mapping zone done
using in-house
meter/external parties
Noise Monitoring
Report
Record:Biochem
Lab
HSE
List of employee expose to
extreme noise. Latest
Audiomtric test. Evaluation
of result.
Audiometric
monitoring
conducted in 2008
HSE latest lead monitoring data.
Mapping zone area
expose to lead.
Soldering area mapping
Monitoring
conducted 2007
List of employee expose to
lead
Latest confined space
activity conducted.
PTW sampling
HSE PMT/PMA certificate.
Latest renew date:
DOSH Log Book
n/a Latest excavation work. Monitor Work
Permit
Clinic
First Aid box. Please verify
the quantity.
Facilities
SOP & Confined
Space procedure
inprogress
HSE database Latest Mgt Review. Action
taken & closed.
Latest internal audit.
Action taken & closed
Latest Surveillance Audit.
Action taken & closed
Aspect Impact Database. n/a Latest Mgt Review. Action
taken & closed.
Latest internal audit.
Action taken & closed
Latest Surveillance Audit.
Action taken & closed
Accident report and
investigation
Accident Statistic.
NADOOPOD report to
DOSH. JKKP 8
Last 3 accident report.
Action taken & closed.
Evaluate effectiveness of
the accident CA/PA
JKKP 8
2010 Accident
Case
Facilities Latest Legionella test
result
Certificate Latest Cert:
Film Badge
Entry/exit Medical
check-up
Cert: LPTA/A/1170
Area surveillance:
Personal surveillance:
Schedule Waste
centralized in Waste
Management Center
Bosch-Norm | 4497025164 | N93 A | 2011-03-30
A1.1 Checklist

Date : 15/8/2011
Rev : 0
Project / work Routine sample analysis and result,
verification sampling
Every Year, result Gen C B101 result not
comply with Standard B of the regulations
and dust exceeding 0.4g/NM3
Every Month result
monitoring complied with Standard B of
the regulations
Complied
Every Quarterly
result monitoring complied with Clean Air
regulations
Complied ( 2nd
Schedule registration to DOE in
progress)
LEGAL REGISTER AND EVALUATION OF COMPLIANCE (Legal and other requirements)
Inspection record
Inspection record
Complied
Complied
Complied
( Last Management Review 31/10/10) No
Changes
Complied
Complied
Complied
( Recommendation from Assessor in
progress)
Complied
Complied
(31/3/2010 & 2/4/2010)
Complied ( 2
person hearing impairment)
Complied
Complied
Complied
Complied
Refer to Work Permit System
Complied
Complied
Complied
Complied
Inprogress
Complied
Complied
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Objective & Target
Aspect Objective Target
Organizational Obj & Target
1. Relative CO2 emission reduction Reduce CO2 emmision to
environment
204 / 198 / 192 year
2011
2. Reduce Accident Rate To reduce accident cases
in RBMA
1. Accident Free 360
days in 2011
2. 3.74 /3.5/3.3 year
2011
3. Comply with Legal and Other
Requirements
Meet all legal and other
requirements
100 % meet all legal
and other
requirements every
year
Departmental Obj & Target
1. Awareness Training on ISO14001
implementation
Create awareness on
ISO14001 Management
System
75 % employees are
train and aware 75 /
85 / 95 (2011)
2. Awareness Training on HSE
related issues : such as waste
disposal, use of recycle bin,
hazardous communication (legal),
electrical safety
Create awareness on
HSE requirements
75 % employees are
train and aware 75 /
85 / 95 (2011)
Objective and Target
Organization Objective and Target
Departmental Objective and Target
from Aspect Impact Analysis.
Program Indicator Operational Control Monitoring & Measure
Go Green
- Shut off light
- LED
- Motion Sensor
- PV installation
Relative CO2 emission
data
Policy deployment Telecon: Tracking CO2
reduction program every 2
month
1. Awareness LCD
- Video/ ppt
- Bulletin Board
2. Safety Week
3. HSE
Accident Rate
Number of participation
for each event
Policy deployment Monthly accident report
HSE audit
A.6, C/AU, tiPTop
No of complaint received
by gov or other interested
parties
Yearly Legal evaluation Legal evaluation report
quaterly
HSE Training by
department
No of NCR
No of Feedback (MII)
Follow N93 A.8 2012 Revise quaterly training
attendance and evaluation
HSE Training by
department
No of NCR
No of Feedback (MII)
Follow N93 A.8 2012 Revise quaterly training
attendance and evaluation
HEALTH SAFETY ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM 2011
Programs Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Respiratory Protection Program
ERT
Handling and Storage
of Flammable & Combustible
Logout Tag out
Fire Extinguisher Training Canteen Security FCM HR Eng MOE Maint MFG Purchasing Store IT/CFA QA
Compress Gas Safety
Cafeteria Safety
Chemical Spill
Office Safety
Update on Law & Regulation
Hearing Conservation Program
Contarctor work procedure
C/AU/ HSE Awarenss
CPS
ISO14001 Surveillance Evaluation
Internal
31
Internal
1-3
Recertification
10-12
EHS Week
Bulletin Board
Monthly Audit/Survey HR-Training Clinic Canteen MOE1 MOE2 Maint. Bay MOE QA- Rel Labs FA Lab IQC DCC Cal Lab
EHS Admin/Finance/ Others Engineering
Scheduled Waste
Disposal Area
Store-
Receiving/Shipping
Store-Chemical Store-Gas Solid Waste Area
Facs-Sewage
/Cent Plant/Others
Gen. Set Cooling Tower Water Storage
Chiller TNB Room
Safety Committee Member Mapis Mapis Mapis Mapis Mapis Mapis Mapis Mapis Mapis Mapis Mapis Mapis
Azman Azman Azman Azman Azman Azman Azman Azman Azman Azman Azman Azman
Yahya Yap Bee How
Date 18 8 15 12 17 14 19 16 13 11 15 13
Noise Monitoring Additional
Industrial Hygine Monitoring
Air Emission
Send report to
DOE
Send report to
DOE
Send report to
DOE
Sewage Monitoring
Completed Prepared by: Approved By
Plan HSE Manager MD
Number in the box is the date of a training conducted/plan for the month
Training
HSE -MS
Awareness
EHS / Safety Committee Audit
Monitoring
EHS ACTIVITIES FOR Y2013
W1 W2 W3 W4
ISO 14001 Internal Audit AAR Yearly Exec
ISO 14001 3rd Party Audit AAR Yearly MGR/ENG
DOSH Inspection (Cf) NOY As Requested F&M
EHS Committee Meeting NOY Quartely MEMBERS
EHS Workplace Audit (Pgp1) AAR Monthly HSE, PIC
EHS Plant Tour (Pgp2) NOY Bi-Weekly PM, DH & HSE
EHS Workplace Audit (PgP2)
NOY/MAS/
HSEC
Weekly Selected Area PIC
Fire / Emergency Drill NOY Yearly ERT, All
EHS Week / Campaign NOY Yearly ALL
EHS Ms Management Review AAR Monthly MGMT
1. Awareness training on System AAR Yearly
Area
Representatives
2. Revise HIRARC / EAIA NOY 1/2 Yearly
Area
Representatives
3. Review prosedure AAR 1/2 Yearly
Area
Representatives
4. Review EHS Objective & Target AAR Yearly EHS
1. Basic Fire Fighting Bomba 1/2 Yearly ERT
2. First Aider Training 1/2 Yearly ERT
3. Handling and Storage of
Flammable & Combustible
Mapis Yearly ERT / EMPLOYEE
4. Log Out Tag Out TTT Yearly FCM / TEF / MOE
5. Fire Extinguisher Training
AAR /
NOY
Monthly EMPLOYEES
6. Compressed Gas Safety NOY Yearly MOE
7. Cafeteria Safety AAR Yearly Canteen Operators
8. Chemical Spill TTT Yearly Chemical Handlers
9. Office Safety AAR Yearly Office Occupiers
10. Update on Laws & Regulations
NIOSH /
DOSH
Yearly FCM / MOE / HSE
11. Hearing Conservation Program SOCSO Yearly Associates at noisy
12. Contractor Work Procedures
NIOSH /
DOSH
Yearly Contractors
13. ERT Refresher Training NOY Monthly ERT
14. EHS Management
Commitment Training
NOY 1/2 Yearly DHs
1. Accident Data MAS Monthly HSE
2. Sewage MAS Monthly HSE, FCM
3. Air Emission MAS Quarterly HSE, FCM
4. Scheduled Waste MAS Monthly HSE, FCM
5. Relative CO2 Emission MAS Monthly HSE, FCM
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DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES PIC FREQ
TARGET
PARTICIPANTS
2013
JAN
Planned
Delay
On-time
Rescheduled
W5 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9 W9 W10 W11 W12 W13 W14 W15 W16 W17 W18 W18 W19 W20 W21
MAY
2013
JAN FEB MAR APR
W22 W22 W23 W24 W25 W26 W27 W28 W29 W30 W31 W31 W32 W33 W34 W35 W35 W36
MAY JUNE JUL AUG SEPT
2013
W37 W38 W39 W40 W40 W41 W42 W43 W44 W44 W45 W46 W47 W48 W48 W49 W50 W51
% of Completion Jan - Dec =
NOV DEC SEPT OCT
2013
W52
% of Completion Jan - Dec =
DEC STATUS JAN -
DEC
2013
RESPONSIBILITY RELATED TO HSE LEGAL & OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Responsibility Requirement Specific Act Retention Penalty (RM) Miscellaneous
AR Back-Up
Weekly
DH meeting RBMA N/A 1 year N/A N/A Mapis Azman
Monthly 01/11 02/11 03/11 04/11 05/11 06/11 07/11 08/11 09/11 10/11 11/11 12/11
SHO Report to MD Legal OHSA (SHO) 10 years
5000 or 6
months jail
3 calender
month only w/o
SHO Azman Mapis 4 7 4 4 4 6 4 4 5 4 4 5
HSE audit SOP/Legal OHSA (SHO) 10 years NCR N/A
Mapis Azman 18 8 15 12 17 14 19 16 13 11 15 13
HSE Management
System Meeting
SOP N/A 5 years N/A N/A
Mapis Azman 7&8 Opt Opt Opt Opt Opt Opt Opt Opt Opt Opt Opt
HSE accident CO2 data
to Dr.Schmidt
CM HSE report INF N/A N/A
Mapis Azman 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15
Sewage Analysis Legal EQA INF
10,000 or 2
years
N/A
Pani Allen 29 28 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29
Sewage Analysis Report
to DOE
Legal EQA INF
10,000 or 2
years
N/A
Mapis Azman 26/1 28 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29
Consigment notes to
DOE
Legal EQA INF
10,000 or 2
years
N/A
Pani Name 1 29 28 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29
Quaterly
HSE committee meeting Legal OHSA (SHC) 7 years
5000 or 6
months jail
N/A
Mapis Name 1 21 21 20 20
Safety committee Audit Legal OHSA (SHC) 7 years
5000 or 6
months jail
N/A
Mapis Name 1 29 22 21 21
HSE Management
Review
ISO/OHSAS SOP 5 years NCR N/A
Mapis Name 1 27 7 17 16
ERT/First Aid Training SOP SOP 3 years NCR N/A Mapis Name 1 x x x x
Scheduled Waste
Inventory to DOE
Legal EQA INF
10,000 or 2
years
N/A
Mapis Name 1 10 11 12 10
Air Emission Analysis Legal EQA INF
10,000 or 2
years
N/A
Pani Name 2 27 26 28
Air Emission Analysis
Report to DOE
Legal EQA INF
10,000 or 2
years
N/A
Mapis Name 1 6 7 7 7
Yearly
ISO14001 Internal Audit ISO/OHSAS SOP 3 years NCR N/A Mapis Name 1 16-20
ISO14001 Surveillance
Audit
ISO/OHSAS SOP 3 years NCR N/A
Mapis Name 1 20-21
Annual Report Data CM
HSE
Database
3 years NCR N/A
Mapis Name 1 19 6
CSR Report Data CM
HSE
Database
3 years NCR N/A
Mapis Name 1 11 6
Fire Drill Legal Fire Act INF
5,000 or 3
years
N/A
Mapis Name 1
Noise Monitoring Legal OHSA INF 1,000 Competency Mapis Azman 21
Lead Monitoring Legal FMA 30 years 2,000 Competency Mapis Azman 15
NADOOPOD Report Legal OSHA 5 years
10,000 or 1
year
N/A
Mapis Azman 30
IH Monitoring Corp No Corp Req INF NCR IH Certified Lab Lab 2 30
Duty
To Keep Secrect Legal OHSA N/A
20,000 or 2
years
N/A
Mapis Azman
Chemical Approver
SOP/Legal SOP 3 years
10,000 or 1
year N/A Azman Mapis
Permit to work Legal OSHA INF 1000 Competency Azman Mapis
Impairment (Fire
Supression System) SOP SOP 3 years NCR N/A Azman Mapis
Machine/Tooling Buy-off SOP SOP 3 years NCR N/A Azman Mapis
Scheduled Waste
Shipment Legal EQA INF 2,000 N/A Pani Name 1 29 8 5
Training related to HSE
(No) SOP N/A INF NCR N/A Azman Mapis 2 1
ECO (No.) SOP INF NCR Related Dept Mapis Name 1 2 5
Opt-Optional
TO CLOSE ON THE DAY OR A DAY BEFORE
Competence, Training and Awareness
Special Task Education Training Experience Skill Evaluation Record can be found at Skill upgrade Future Project Money Save$$ Names
EMR
Master/Degree with 5
years experience
EHS Management System 5 years in EHS Report
Audit
Communication
Incident Investigation
Managerial
1 CEP training
per year
Personal data Mapis
SHO
Degree/ NIOSH cert. EHS Management System
Legal & Other requirements
3 years in EHS Report
Audit
Communication
Incident Investigation
Managerial
1 CEP training
per year
Personal data Azman
SHC
Degree/Diploma with 2
years experience
SHC roles & responsibility
Legal & Other requirements
1 years in EHS Audit
Communication
Incident Investigation
1 SHC CEP
training per
year
Personal data
Chairman:
CK atn/Schanz
SHO:
Azman
Lead Auditor
Degree Lead auditor for EHS
Management System
3 years in EHS MS 20 mandays 1 CEP training
per year Personal data Mapis
Internal Auditor
Degree/Diploma with 2
years experience
Internal Auditor 1 years in EHS 3 mandays 1 CEP training
per 2 year Personal data
EHS Rep
Diploma/SPM with 2 years
experience
EHS Management System
Awareness
1 years in EHS Aspect Impact Analysis 1 CEP training
per year Personal data
Area Rep
(HSE
Management
System)
Diploma/SPM with 2 years
experience
EHS Management System 1 years in EHS 1 CEP training
per year
Personal data
Ong
Zakaria
Ng
Aswandi
Azman
Belinda
Mapis
Sopi
ERT
Diploma/SPM with 2 years
experience
ERT
Fire Supression System
Emergency Action Plan
First Aid
1 years in EHS
Emergency response
1 CEP training
per year
Personal data
Chemical Handler
Diploma/SPM with 2 years
experience
CPL
Chemical spill
Hazard communication
Emergency response 1 CEP training
per year
Personal data Jonhson
Managers
Per company requirements EHS Management System 1 CEP training
per year Personal data
Technician
Per company requirements EHSMS Awareness 1 CEP training
per year Personal data
Operator
Per company requirements EHSMS Awareness 1 CEP training
per year Personal data
Clause ISO14001:2004 Requirements
4.1 General Requirements New defination
4.2 Environmental Policy Clearly reflect clause 4.2
4.3 Planning
4.3.1 Environmental Aspects
Identify AI
4.3.2 Legal and other requirements AI link to legal
4.3.3 Objectives, Targets &
Programme(s)
Establish,
maintain &
implement.
4.4 Implementation And Operation
4.4.1 Resources, roles,
responsibility and Availability of resources
authority
4.4.2 Competence, Training and
Awareness
Competence
4.4.3 Communication To in form or not.
4.4.4 Documentation EMS and their interaction
4.4.5 Control of Documents Approval-review-control
4.4.6 Operational control Associate - Significant Aspect
4.4.7 Emergency preparedness
and response
Potential emergency, incident
4.5 Checking
4.5.1 Monitoring and measurement Time- equipments-analysis
4.5.2 Evaluation Of Compliance. Evaluate
4.5.3 Nonconformity, corrective
action and
Identify,investigate,evaluate,record,
preventive action. revision.
4.5.4 Control of Records Record demonstrate compliance
4.5.5 Internal Audit Plan ,implement,result -
management
4.6 Management Review Ensure continuing suitability,
adequacy, effectiveness.
ABC Sdn
BHD
Level 0 Level 1
RBMA Mgmt System
N93 Manual
Mgmt System Manual
ISO SOP
Level 2 Level 3
I01-01 Organisation Chart
I00-09 Environmental / Aspect / Impact Assessment.
N93-A5 Env.Aspect / Impact Requirements.
I06.-01 Suppliers Assessment
N93-A12 Suppliers Audit.
I00-06 Legal and Other requirements
I00-07 Env. Objectives & Targets
I00-05 OHS & Environment
SMAN-0010 Safety, Health & Env.
committee
I18-01 Training.
N93-A8 Training
SPER-0001 Training needs Analysis
SPER-0003 Training effectiveness and
evaluation.
I00-08 Communication on Environment related issues.
I21-01 Customer Specific Requirements (CSR)
I05-02 Handling of procedures from CM/QMM.
I05-01 Document control.
I06-02 Control of sub-contractor.
I06-03 Suppliers selection & qualification.
I06-04 Purchasing
I09-07 Maintenance and Servicing.
I09-08 General / Hot work permit.
I13-03 Disposition of Non-conforming products.
I13-05 Waste Management.
N93-A13 Waste Management (guide only)
I15-02 Chemical Handling and storage.
SMAN-0013 Waste water control.
SMAN-0007 Fire loss control.
SMAN-0009 Fire Protection Servicing
procedure.
SMAN-0010 Safety, Health and Env.
committee.
SPER-0007 Vendors/Contractors SH&Q
awareness training.
SPUR2-0014 Handling of Chemical
purchase.
SPUR2-0016 Evaluation of Service
suppliers.
SQAS5-0005 Suppliers Audits.
CMAN-002-003 Segregation of waste
at source.
CMAN-002-002 Schedule waste
segregation at source.
CMAN-002-001 Waste Master list.
I00-11 Emergency response procedure.
SMAN-004 Aisles & Exit.
SMAN-006 Fire loss control.
SMAN-007 Accident Report.
SMAN-0009 Fire protection servicing.
procedure.
SMAN-0010 Safety, Health & Env.
Committee.
I00-10 Monitoring & Control.
I01-02 Management Review Report.
I14-02 Reporting Env. Incident.
I17-01 Internal Management System Audit.
I17-03 Handling of External Audits.
N93-A6 Env. Audit.
I01-02 Management Review.
N93-A7 Management Review.
MPI/WI
Hazardous material communication
MSDS
PPE required
Selection & Maintenance -ODS
Approval & used of Haz. Waste TSDF.
Legionella Analysis for Cooling tower.
CHECKLIST/FORM
Criterial rating matrix table.
Aspect / Impact format.
Supplier's Assessment on Environment.
Suppliers Audit Report
Approved Vendors List
Registry of legal requirements.
OTP format - monthly reporting format
Meeting minutes
SQAS6-0003 ISO procedure and S.O.P. training (obselete)
Training request form:- OLTR system.
Attendance list form.:--PER-04-02
TNA -OLTR System.
Training Plan/Track form OLTR system.
Form PER-27-02/1~3.
Communication from Local Authorities / Customers / others.
Haz. Labels
Haz. Labels
Procedure change tracking list.
Doc. Alteration suggestion notice form- QAS6-02-05.
Doc. Request form - QAS6-01-03.
Doc. received acknowledgement list - None.
Process Analysis Worksheet -QMM7/107/01
General Hot Work permits. - HSE-01-01
EMS awareness training.
Approved Suppliers List. (ASL).
Suppliers Audit - SQAS5-0005
I06-04 Approving new supplier/ chemicals (Purchasing)
N/A
General Hot Work Permit Form :- HSE-01-01
See waste form QAS 7-94-00.
Consignment Notes forms,
Schedule waste labels format.
7th Schedule waste card.
Schedule waste register,
Waste Inventory report
Waste form. :-
Custom Form.:-
Gate Pass. :-
Forms for waste QAS 7-94-00 & Custom
Classification, Packaging & Labelling.
Chemical handling checklist.- N93-A18 Haz. Materials & N93-I2.1 PPE.
Classification, Packaging & Labelling
Ban Substances / RoHS/ REACH.
MSDS
N93-B1.6 Use of PPE & N93-B1.4 Hazardous Chemical identification.
Effluent Discharge Analysis Report.
Service records.
Lab accreditation certificate.
Accident Investigation Report.
Log book on injuries.
Servicing record,
Extinguisher Certification & List.
Fire protection Checklist. - N93- C2.8
Meeting minutes / Attendance list.
Inspection Checklist N93-S1.2. &N93-S1.1
Master listing vendor
Contractor training records
Latest MSDS
Compliance to CPL regulations
Form of purchasing decision.
Supplier's audit report - Environment.
WI
WI
WI
Phasing out activities and plans.
Approval documents.
Chemical analysis report of cooling tower.
Evacuation time :-Drill
Meeting minutes:-
Inspection checklist.- Fire fighting, Spill control,
Inspection checklist. N93-C1.1
Inspection Checklist N93-C1.1
Accident Investigation Report. - MAN-02-01
Log book on injuries.
Servicing record,/ Extinguisher Certification & List.
Monthly Fire protection checklist - App. 1.
Meeting minutes, / Inspection checklist,
Monitoring reports / Results.
Monitoring reports / Results.
Non conformity action report. (Env. Incident Report form).- QAS7-91-00
Doc. Alteration / Suggestion Notice form, Doc. Request form, Doc. Receive
and acknowledge list.
Audit Notice & Checklist.
Ext. Audit notice & Checklist for contractors (including external auditors).
Management review notice and meeting minutes.
Org. chart related to
EOHS
MS
Customer &
Other
requirements
Orgn Chart Bosch.
Organization chart
EMS Committees chart.
EMS Committees chart.
( WEEE & RoHS.ELV.
REACH )
(WEEE & RoHS. ELV.
REACH)
DOE - Sch. Waste
(WEEE & RoHS. ELV.
REACH)
DOSH
OSHA/DOSH
EMS committee chart
Records Permit/Drawing
Bosch Intranet
Bosch Intranet.
Bosch Intranet.
4.3.1 File @ HSE Office cabinet
Checklist report.
Legal register of waste masterlist. -CMAN-002-001
Evaluation of compliance-management review.. DOE - Chimney/Gen-
set/Noise
/effluent/sch.waste
DOSH - CPL,
Health Ministery -
Chemical
Bomba - fire certification.
Radiation - RPO/RPS.
Goal chart on objectives & targets.
CM/PgP1/Dept
HSE Meeting minutes.Quarterly
Attendance list.
Plans and track targets.(records) -Periodical EMS
Awareness training?
Competency measurements - PER-31-00
TNA -OLTR System.
Training Plan/Track form OLTR system.
Training Dept.
Env. Letters to Suppliers / Contractors and its acknowledgement.
Letters from local authorities / customers / others.
Procedure change tracking list.
Doc. Alteration suggestion notice form- QAS6-02-05.
Doc. Request form - QAS6-01-03.
Doc. received acknowledgement list - None.
Process Analysis Worksheet -QMM7/107/01
File by requestor.
File by Training Dept.?
File - Purchasing Dept Office.
Service contracts,
Non use of ban substances in materials,
Suppliers Declaration.
MSDS.
Approved General hot work permit form record.
Consignment Notes,
Schedule waste register,
Waste Inventory report for DOE.
DOE
Waste / Custom form records
S. Waste Inventory.
Chemical handling checklist.- N93-A18 Haz. Materials.
Classification, Packaging & Labelling - OSHA.
Ban Substances / RoHS/ REACH. - Customer?
MSDS - In house awareness training.- Training Dept..
HSE office cabinet.
Analysis Report & Chart.
Service records file.
Lab accreditation certificate - expiry date..
EQA.
Accident Investigation Report.
Log book on injuries.
Servicing record,
Extinguisher Certification& List.
Fire protection checklist BOMBA
Meeting minutes / Attendance list.
Inspection Checklist
Master listing vendor.
Contractor training records.
Latest MSDS
Compliance to CPL regulation
Form of purchasing decision.-# PUR-0005-00
Supplier's audit report - Environment.
EMS awareness training
EMS awareness trainiing EQA
EMS awareness training
Meeting minutes,
ERT training records,
Emergency (occurrence) report./ incident report
4.4.7 HSE office file.
4.4.7 HSE office file.
Accident Investigation Report.:- HSE office file
Log book on injuries.:- Clinic (Nurse)
Servicing record,/ Extinguisher Certification & List.
HSE Cabinet file.
Meeting minutes & Inspection checklist records.
Parameter Noise Monitoring report
Odour Monitoring report,
Effluent Discharge Analysis report ,
Air & smoke.- Chinmey & Gen-set report.
DOE regulations
Monitoring reports & results. Legal requirements & others.
Non-Conformance action report (Env. Incident Report).
Doc. Alteration / Suggestion Notice form, Doc. Request
form, Doc. Receive and acknowledge list.
Internal audit results, reports, and summary.
External audit results, reports and summary.
Management review report.
Annex A PIC/Dept.
Periodically review EMS MR/HSE
Periodically review EMS MR/HSE
Periodically review EMS
Input / output to all activities Azman / HSE
Steven/Pur.
Act & Regulations by Local
authorities.
MR / HSE.
MR / HSE.
MD/RBMA
HR.
HR.
HR.
MR / HSE.
MR/QMM
MR/QMM
concern DH.
Steven / HSE
Steven/HSE.
Eng.
Concern Dept.
Concern Dept.
Pani/FCM
DH
PUR
HSE
Concern DH.
&
PUR
Azman /HSE.
Nurse / Clinic.
Azman/HSE
Azman/HSE
Steven /PUR
HR.
Steven / PUR
Steven / PUR
Steven / PUR.
HR
HR
HR
MR/HSE
MR/HSE
Pani / FCM
ERT/HSE
ERT/HSE
ERT/HSE
Azman / HSE
Azman / HSE
FCM/HSE
Legal requirements & others. MR/HSE
MR/HSE
MR/HSE
MR/HSE
MR/HSE
MDs.
Monitoring and Measurement
S/
No
Parameter Specification /Limit Frequency to
measure
Responsible Dept Equipment Records to Maintain Reference Document Platform
reporting/Frequency
1 Environmental Quality (Sewage)
Regulation 2009
Standard B Weekly Chemical Support Sewage treatment Plant Analysis Report Management review/ yearly
2 Environmental Quality (Clean Air)
Regulation 1978
Sec 27. Annual Facilities Local Exhaust Ventilation Analysis Report Management review/ yearly
4 Noise Survey 85 dB Annual HSE High Noise Area Noise Survey Management review/ yearly
5 Consignment Note N/A By Shipment FCM N/A Consignment Notes Management review/ yearly
6 Chemical Exposure TWA Per SOP HSE N/A I.H. Analysis Report Management review/ yearly
7 Radiation Meter 1-100 uSv/h Annual Calibration Survey Meter Calibration Report Management review/ yearly
8 DO Prob Internal Weekly Chemical Support DO Prob Calibration Report Fac meeting/ Monthly
9 pH Prob Internal Weekly Chemical Support pH Prob Calibration Report Fac meeting/ Monthly
10 Legionella 0 CFU/L Six Monthly Facilities Cooling Tower Analysis Report Fac meeting/ Monthly
11 ODS Log Per SOP Monthly Facilities N/A ODS Log Management review/ yearly
12 Local Exhaust Face Velocity 0.5 M/s & 0.75 M/s Quarterly Facilities Local Exhaust Monitoring Records Management review/ yearly
13 Air compressor daily checklist Daily Facilities N/a Air compressor Fac meeting/ Monthly
14 Fire suppression system checklist Monthly Facilities N/a Checklist Inform HSE/ Monthly
15 LPG leakage Leakage Bi-Weekly Facilities Soap LPG checklist Fac meeting/ Monthly
16 HSE performance indicator na Monthly All dept Checklist Dept indicator Management review/ yearly
17 HSE Matrix Scoring na Monthly HSE Checklist/report HSE Matrix Scoring Ops review/monthly
List of Environmental Health and Safety Record
No Type of Record Media Of Storage
Location Of
Storage
Responsibility to
File
1 Environmental Quality
(Sewage and Industrial
Effluent) Regulations 1979
Permit
Hard Copy EHS EHS
2 Environmental Quality
(Sewage and Industrial
Effluent) Regulations 1979
Analysis
Hard Copy Facilities Facilities
3 Environmental Quality
(Scheduled Wastes)
Regulations 1989
Consigment Notes
Hard Copy EHS EHS
4 Environmental Quality
(Scheduled Wastes)
Regulations 1989
Fifth Schedule
Regulation 9
Soft Copy EHS Database EHS
5 Environmental Quality
(Scheduled Wastes)
Regulations 1989
Seventh Schedule
Regulation 11
Soft Copy EHS Database EHS
6 Environmental Quality
(Prescribed
Premises)(Scheduled Wastes
Treatment and Disposal
Facilities) Regulations 1989
Permit
Hard Copy EHS EHS
7 Environmental Quality (Clean
Air) Regulations 1978
Permit
Hard Copy EHS EHS
Environmental Quality (Clean
Air) Regulations 1978
Analysis/Record
Hard Copy Facilities Facilities
8 Factories and Machinery
(Noise Exposure) Regulations
1989
Perimeter Noise
Hard Copy Facilities Facilities
9 Environmental Quality
(Refrigerant Management)
Regulation 1999
List of Equipment using ODS
Hard Copy Facilities Facilities
10 Environmental Quality
(Control of Emission from
Diesel Engine) Regulations
1996
Bus Cheklist
Hard Copy HR HR
11 Atomic Energy Licensing Act
1984
Permit and Record
Hard Copy EHS EHS
12 OSHA (Use and Standard of
Exposure of Chemical
Hazardous To Health)
Regulation 2000
CHRA Record
Hard Copy EHS EHS
13 Poisons Act 1952 (Act 366)
Permit
Hard Copy Facilities EHS
14 Training record related to EHS
Soft Copy HR HR
15 Audit Result
Soft Copy EHS Database EHS
16 Management Review
Soft Copy EHS Database EHS
17 Accident/Incident Records
Hard Copy EHS EHS
18 Monthly meeting
Sotf Copy EHS EHS
19 MSDS
Soft Copy EHS EHS
20 Complaint Records
Hard Copy EHS EHS
IND
A Official Retention Period that represents indefinite.
Documents with this retentionare kept indefinitely once they are put in storage.
Revision 2
Reviewed 23 March 2004
Minimum Retention
Period
ACT + 5
IND
IND
IND
IND
5 year
IND
ACT + 6
One time/ or any major
changes which will
give significant impact
IND
6 years
30 years
IND
IND
IND
IND
IND
IND
IND
IND
IND
Date: Venue:
Management Review Meeting
Item discuss Status/Review
a) Results of internal audits and evaluations of compliance with legal
requirements and with other requirements to which the organization
subscribes.
b) Communication(s) from external interested parties, including
complaints,
c) The environmental performance of the organization,
d) The extent to which objectives and targets have been met,
e) Status of corrective and preventive actions,
f) Follow-up actions from previous management reviews,
g) Changing circumstances, including developments in legal and other
requirements related to its environmental aspect,
h) recommendations for improvement.
Decision Possible changes Action to be taken Pic Status
Clause ISO14001 Clause
4.1General Requirements 4.1
4.2Environmental Policy 4.2
4.3 Planning
4.3
4.3.1 Environmental Aspects 4.3.1
4.3.2 Legal and other requirements 4.3.2
4.3.3 Objectives, Targets & Programme(s) 4.3.3
4.4 Implementation And Operation 4.4
4.4.1 Resources, roles, responsibility and authority 4.4.1
4.4.2 Competence, Training and Awareness 4.4.2
4.4.3 Communication 4.4.3
4.4.3.1
4.4.3.2
4.4.4 Documentation 4.4.4
4.4.5 Control of Documents 4.4.5
4.4.6 Operational control 4.4.6
4.4.7 Emergency preparedness and response 4.4.7
4.5 Checking 4.5
4.5.1 Monitoring and measurement 4.5.1
4.5.2 Evaluation Of Compliance 4.5.2
4.5.3 Nonconformity, corrective action and preventive
action
4.5.3
4.5.3.1
4.5.3.2
4.5.4 Control of Records 4.5.4
4.5.5 Internal Audit 4.5.5
4.6 Management Review 4.6
OHSAS18001 Clause
General Requirements 3.1
OHS Policy 3.1.1
Planning
3.1.2
Hazard identification, risk assessment and
determining controls
3.2
Legal and other requirements 3.2.1
Objectives and programs 3.2.2
3.2.3
Implementation and operation 3.2.4
Resources, roles,responsibility,accountability
and authority
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
Competence, training and awareness 3.3.3
Communication, participation and consultation 3.3.4
Communication 3.4
Participation and consultation
3.4.1
3.4.2
Documentation 3.4.3
Control of documents 3.4.4
Operational Control 3.5
Emergency preparedness and response 3.5.1
Checking 3.5.2
Performance measure and monitoring
Evaluation of compliance 3.3.4.3
Incident investigation, nonconformity, corrective
action and preventive action
Incident investigation
Nonconformity, corrective action and preventive
action
Control of record
Internal audit
Management Review
OHSMS 1722
Level 1 Level 2
Policy
Occupational safety and health policy
Employee participation
Organising
Responsibility and accountability
Competence and training
OSH MS documentation
Communication
Planning and implementation
Initial review
System planning, development and implementation
OSH objective
Hazard prevention
Evaluation
Performance monitoring and measure
Investigation of work related injuries, disabilities, ill
health, disease and near misses, and their impact on
safety and health performance
Audit
Management review
Action for improvement
Preventive and corrective action
Continual improvement
Emergency prevention, preparedness and response
Level 3 MPI/WI CHECKLIST/FORM
Org. chart related to
EOHS
MS
Customer &
Other requirements
Records Permit/Drawing Annex A PIC/Dept.