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NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 SEMINAR PERLAKSANAAN OSH DI SEKTOR PEMBINAAN TARIKH/TEMPAT

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010

SEMINAR PERLAKSANAAN OSH DI SEKTOR PEMBINAAN

TARIKH/TEMPAT

KUMPULAN SASARAN

Tarikh

: 19 Oktober 2010

Pengurusan atasan

Tempat

: Bukit Gambang Resort City, Pahang

Jurutera

Yuran

: RM 50.00*/seorang (Terhad 100 orang peserta sahaja)

Kontraktor/Perundingan

OBJEKTIF

Menyebarkan pengetahuan berkaitan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan kepada warga kerja dalam sektor pembinaan

Membincangkan isu-isu Keselamatan pekerjaan secara khusus yang melibatkan pekerja sektor perladangan dan pertaniaan

Memberi kefahaman tentang kehendak perundangan mengenai OSH dan kepentinganya di tapak bina.

Memberi panduan untuk mengelakkan kejadian berbahaya,

kemalangan dan penyakit di tempat dan persekitaran kerja serta

mengutarakan jenis-jenis hazard pekerjaan dan isu-isu berkaitan sistem kebangsaan sedia ada.

Berkongsi pengalaman dan cabaran serta bertukar pendapat mengenai pembangunan dan perlaksanaan sistem OSH di tapak bina di negara ini.

Pegawai Keselamatan & Kesihatan Pekerjaan Pengamal OSH Penyelia Jawatankuasa Keselamatan / Safety Committee Tenaga pengajar IPTA/IPTS

Kertas 1: Pengurusan OSH Moden NIOSH

Kertas 2: Pengalaman Perlaksanaan OSH di Tapak Bina JKR

Kertas 3: Perundangan OSH di Sektor Pembinaan JKKP

Kertas 4: Statistik Kemalangan Sektor Pembinaan - PERKESO

JKR Kertas 3: Perundangan OSH di Sektor Pembinaan – JKKP Kertas 4: Statistik Kemalangan Sektor Pembinaan
NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 Samb…SEMINAR PERLAKSANAAN OSH DI SEKTOR PEMBINAAN TENTATIF

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010

Samb…SEMINAR PERLAKSANAAN OSH DI SEKTOR PEMBINAAN

TENTATIF PROGRAM

08:00 am : Pendaftaran Peserta Seminar

08:30 am : Ucapan Alu-aluan Ucapan Perasmian & Penyampaian Cenderahati

09:00 am : Jamuan Ringan

09:30 am : Kertas 1:

Pengurusan OSH Moden NIOSH

11:00 pm : Kertas 2:

Pengalaman Perlaksanaan OSH di Tapak Bina JKR

01:00 pm : Jamuan Makan Tengah Hari & Rehat

02:00 pm : Kertas 3:

Perundangan OSH di Sektor Pembinaan JKKP

03:30 pm : Jamuan Ringan

03:45 pm : Kertas 4:

Statistik Kemalangan Sektor Pembinaan PERKESO

05:30 pm : Penutup & Bersurai

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SILA HUBUNGI :

Untuk keterangan lanjut, sila hubungi:

NIOSH WILAYAH PANTAI TIMUR PT 10719, Bandar Cukai Utama, 24000 Kemaman, Terengganu.

Tel:

Faks: 09-8599960

09-8599961

E- mail: terengganu@niosh.com.my

PT 10719, Bandar Cukai Utama, 24000 Kemaman, Terengganu. Tel: Faks: 09-8599960 09-8599961 E- mail: terengganu@niosh.com.my
NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 EATING HEALTHY NST - Sep 23, 2010

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 EATING HEALTHY

NST - Sep 23, 2010

HEALTHY eating is important for our mental and physical growth and to maintain good health. Healthy eating is one of the best things you can do for yourself. It is not about strict nutrition philosophies, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving yourself of the foods you love.

Eating correctly means consuming the right quantities of foods from all food groups in order to lead a healthy life. Healthy eating also protects from diabetes, osteoporosis, heart disease, strokes, and rotting teeth.

Start with learning new ways to eat, such as adding more fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains and cutting back on foods that have a lot of fat, salt, and sugar.

We all need a balance of carbohydrates, protein, fat, fibre, vitamins, and minerals to sustain a healthy body. Vegetables and fruit can provide carbohydrates, vitamins C and A, iron, and fibre that your body needs for a healthy diet and life style. Here's how to eat healthy.

1. Monitor your fat intake. Each fat gram contains nine calories so by reading the total calories on a food and knowing the quantity of fat, you can estimate the fat percentage in the food. This should be low as possible, and by no means exceed

30%.

2. Reduce your salt intake, as over consumption of salt is one of the causes of obesity. Reduce means cut your salt intake

down to half what it was last year.

3. Change from table butter to cholesterol free butter. If you have a choice why not go for it, any way it is healthier for you

and tastes just the same. Bear in mind that these small changes can go a long way towards weight reduction.

for you and tastes just the same. Bear in mind that these small changes can go
NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 Cont…EATING HEALTHY 4. Bake your food without

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 Cont…EATING HEALTHY

4. Bake your food without fat. Baking is by far a healthier method of preparing food than frying. Baking requires lesser oil or fat.

5. Use a non-stick frying pan for your cooking so that you can cut down on any unnecessary greasing. The main goal is avoid

eating fat as much as possible and a nonstick pan is the perfect solution to reducing your consumption of fat.

6. Boil your vegetables instead of cooking them, or even better, eat them fresh. However if you do not like eating your

vegetables as it is, try steaming them without adding anything at all. This is probably the healthiest way to eat cabbages, cauliflowers and a host of other vegetables.

7. Eat parsley often. Parsley is a great herb to snack on between meals, as it contains quite a few vitamins, plus it will freshen

your breath.

8. Choose lower fat substitutes, as these will help weight loss and are healthier for your heart. Fats do have nutrients, but the

calories they pack outweigh their benefits, unlike proteins and carbohydrates, so cut down on them where you can.

9. Avoid going on crash diets. They don't work, and actually will ruin the work you have done to lose pounds. Crash diets are not

healthy for you, as they make you think you lose a few pounds quickly but once you stop, you will gain everything back and more. Crash diets are not meant for the long-term, which means any results you see will go away and possibly hurt you.

10. Make it a habit to chew all foods thoroughly - at least eight to 12 times. This important because it will add saliva to the food

and saliva is critical to the digestion of sugar. Many people have a bad habit of eating so fast, as if they were swallowing it. This reduces the saliva added to the food, which reduces the amount of nutrients that our stomach can absorb from it.

it. This reduces the saliva added to the food, which reduces the amount of nutrients that
it. This reduces the saliva added to the food, which reduces the amount of nutrients that
it. This reduces the saliva added to the food, which reduces the amount of nutrients that
NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 EATING HEALTHY Tips Something else to chew

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 EATING HEALTHY

Tips

Something else to chew on

16, 2010 EATING HEALTHY Tips Something else to chew on * Nutrition experts always encourage us

* Nutrition experts always encourage us to eat more fruits, vegetables, rice and other cereal products. What is needed is not just your daily dose of vitamins, minerals, but dietary fibre.

Research has proven the health benefits of some naturally occurring components and how they can reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and coronary heart diseases.

* Fruits and Vegetables - these contain a good amount of bioactive components called phytochemicals, a compound found in

plants. One example is Carotenoids. Some carotenoids include lycopene (in papayas and tomatoes), lutein (in green leafy vegetables), and beta-carotene (many green leafy vegetables). Other healthy Phytochemicals in fruits and veggies are Glucosinates (eg cabbage, cauliflower, kai lan, pak choy) and Flavones (found in veggies such as celery, bell pepper and lettuce).

* Beans, Legumes and Soy Beans - drinking soy milk, eating tofu, tempeh, taufu-fah, and fu-chok in your daily diet, is a good

source of protein and phytochemicals. The bioactive components in soy bean are Isoflavones and Phytosterols which are able to lower blood cholesterol level.

* Tea - contains important bioactive components Flavanoids, which have been linked to lowering the risks of coronary heart disease and cancers.

* Yoghurt and Cultured Milk - these "healthy" beverages contain probiotics (friendly and healthy bacteria) that maintain the

balance of your body's intestinal flora and improve digestion. They also contribute to the resistance of harmful bacteria in the gut. Two of the best probiotics are Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria.

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 Occupational Health Guide to Violence in the

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 Occupational Health Guide to Violence in the Workplace (Occupational Safety & Health

Guide Series) [Hardcover] Kenneth L. Miller (Author)

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NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 COMMUTING ACCIDENTS COMMUTING ACCIDENTS COVERAGE Employees’ Social

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010

COMMUTING ACCIDENTS

COMMUTING ACCIDENTS COVERAGE
COMMUTING ACCIDENTS COVERAGE
Employees’ Social Security Act 1969
Employees’ Social Security Act 1969

Section 24 (Accident while traveling)

An accident happening to an insured person shall be deemed to arise out of and in the course of his employment if the accident happened while the insured person-

Is traveling on a route between his place of residence or stay and his place of work.

is traveling on a journey made for any reason which is

directly connected to his employment; or

is traveling on a journey between his place of work and the place where he takes his meal during any authorized recess

is traveling on a journey between his place of work and the place where he takes
NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 COMMUTING ACCIDENTS Employees’ Social Security Act 1969

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010

COMMUTING ACCIDENTS

Employees’ Social Security Act 1969
Employees’ Social Security Act 1969

24 (Accident while traveling)

If the accident under subsection (1) occurs during any interruption of, or deviation from, the insured person’s journey made for any of the purposes stipulated in the same subsection, the accident shall not be deemed to arise out of and in the course of his employment.

stipulated in the same subsection, the accident shall not be deemed to arise out of and
NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 OSH : NEWSPAPER CUTTING Publication : BERITA

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010

OSH : NEWSPAPER CUTTING

Publication

: BERITA HARIAN

Date

: 15/09/2010

Page

: 30

Headline

: Masyarakat perlu peka jaga keselamatan

: BERITA HARIAN Date : 15/09/2010 Page : 30 Headline : Masyarakat perlu peka jaga keselamatan
: BERITA HARIAN Date : 15/09/2010 Page : 30 Headline : Masyarakat perlu peka jaga keselamatan
NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 OSH : NEWSPAPER CUTTING Publication : KOSMO

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010

OSH : NEWSPAPER CUTTING

Publication

: KOSMO

Date

: 23/09/2010

Page

: 6

Headline

: Budak mati tersepit meja lipat

CUTTING Publication : KOSMO Date : 23/09/2010 Page : 6 Headline : Budak mati tersepit meja
CUTTING Publication : KOSMO Date : 23/09/2010 Page : 6 Headline : Budak mati tersepit meja
NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 OSH : NEWSPAPER CUTTING Publication : KOSMO

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010

OSH : NEWSPAPER CUTTING

Publication

: KOSMO

Date

: 15/09/2010

Page

: 10

Headline

: Maut dihempap besi konkrit 300kg

Publication : KOSMO Date : 15/09/2010 Page : 10 Headline : Maut dihempap besi konkrit 300kg
Publication : KOSMO Date : 15/09/2010 Page : 10 Headline : Maut dihempap besi konkrit 300kg
NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010 OSH : NEWSPAPER CUTTING Publication : NEW

NIOSH Updates : Volume 3, Number 16, 2010

OSH : NEWSPAPER CUTTING

Publication

: NEW STRAITS TIMES

Date

: 23/09/2010

Page

: 9

Headline

: Boy dies in table accident

Page : 9 Headline : Boy dies in table accident **More details of OSH newspaper cutting,
Page : 9 Headline : Boy dies in table accident **More details of OSH newspaper cutting,

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