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NIOSH Updates : Volume 4, Number 17, 2011

16 NOV 2011 NIOSH BANDAR BARU BANGI : RM 50.00 SEORANG


Enabling organizations to enhance consumer confidence and demonstrate compliance to food safety legislation while providing a framework to manage food safety related risks

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* BAYARAN : RM 50.00 SEORANG (TUNAI). * PROGRAM INI TIDAK LAYAK UNTUKCEP POINT DAN SKIM HRDF. * SIJIL PENYERTAAN UNTUK SETIAP PESERTA AKAN DIBERIKAN. * NOTA CERAMAH TIDAK DISEDIAKAN. * TEMPAT ADALAH TERHAD (TERTAKLUK KEPADA TEMPAT DAN KEADAAN) * MAKSIMUM KEPADA 3 PESERTA UNTUK SETIAP SYARIKAT / JABATAN SAHAJA.

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"SIRI SEMINAR KESEDARAN UMUM 2011 ini merupakan program kesedaran bagi menambahkan ilmu pengetahuan berkenaan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan (KKP) untuk semua tempat kerja anjuran NIOSH dengan kerjasama beberapa agensi kerajaan dan syarikat swasta untuk mencapai matlamat Kemalangan Sifar & Mewujudkan Budaya Kerja Selamat dan Sihat. Terdapat beberapa sistem pengurusan keselamatan dan kesihatan pekerjaan di tempat kerja yang memberi penekanan terhadap aspek pengawalan & penyeliaan untuk mengurangkan risiko kemalangan dan bahaya-bahaya di tempat kerja demi memastikan setiap pekerja adalah selamat untuk bekerja. Kumpulan sasaran untuk program ini adalah kepada INDIVIDU @ wakil majikan & wakil pekerja yang mempunyai pengetahuan/ kesedaran OSH yang sangat MINIMAL dan program ini tidak sesuai bagi pekerja/majikan yang sudah KOMPETEN (SHO).

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* PENDAFTARAN HANYA MELALUI WEBSITE NIOSH SAHAJA www.niosh.com.my (ONLINE SYSTEM).

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KUMPULAN SASARAN:
MAJIKAN UTAMA / LANGSUNG (PENGURUSAN ATASAN) BAHAGIAN SUMBER MANUSIA SUPERVISOR / LINE LEADER SAFETY COMMITTEE KESATUAN PEKERJA KONTRAKTOR TENAGA PENGAJAR IPTA / IPTS SMI / SME

FALSAFAH AKTA AKKP (OSHA)1994 Kewajipan untuk melakukan sesuatu terhadap keselamatan dan kesihatan terletak kepada sesiapa yang mewujudkan risiko dan sesiapa yang bekerja dengan risiko tersebut PRINSIP AKTA AKKP (OSHA) 1994 INI ADALAH: Pengaturan kendiri; Perundingan; Kerjasama dan penglibatan Majikan - Pekerja

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HALAL FOOD ISSUE IN MALAYSIA : [MS 1500:2009] Malaysian Halal Standards Certification and its Application MINUM PAGI ISO 22000 : FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HACCP : HAZARD ANALYSIS CRITICAL CONTROL POINTS MANAGING FOOD SAFETY RISKS MAKAN TENGAHARI SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE TO SUPPORT QUALITY (F&B) MINUM PETANG HAND PROTECTION : OCCUPATIONAL DERMATITIS [SKIN DISEASES] TAMAT / PENYERAHAN SIJIL
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Anjuran :

NIOSH Updates : Volume 4, Number 17, 2011

DATE: 4 6 December 2011

VENUE : Pullman Hotel, Kuching,Sarawak


FEE : Normal Fee NIOSH Member/Registered SHO/Government Student Early Bird : RM 800.00 : RM 700.00 : RM 650.00 : RM 700.00 (applicable for the first 50 participants with confirmed payment)

The Borneo Conference and Exhibition on Occupational Safety and Health (BOSH) is an event held in the Borneo region and organised by NIOSH in your aim to provide a platform to issues and challenges of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH). The event was first held in Kota Kinabalu in 2009 and is to be continued this year in the beautiful city of Kuching, Sarawak. This conference can be regarded as the sister event to the just concluded Conference and Exhibition on Occupational, Safety and Health 2011(COSH 2011). BOSH 2011 will be the ideal convergence point for OSH professionals in the region as well as other counterparts to share and update their OSH knowledge and skills to meet the dynamic changes in the working environment and move towards a common aspiration which is to achieve a safer and healthier workplace for all.

For more info, visit BOSH 2011 website at http://www.niosh.com.my/bosh2011/ or kindly contact our secretariat:
BOSH 2011 Secretariat National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Sarawak Regional Office (Kuching) No 90 Sublot 11, Lot 324, Section 54, Jalan Petanak, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. Tel. No.: +6082-256500 Fax : +6082-253020 Sarawak Regional Office (Bintulu) No 285, Phase 4, Parkcity Commerce Square, Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi, 97100, Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia. Tel. No.: +6086-315501 Fax :+6086-315501 Sarawak Regional Office (Miri) Lot 10620, Miri Commercial Shop Lot, Airport Road 98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia. Tel. No.: +6085-406086 Fax : +6085-406085 Email : bosh2011sarawak@gmail.com

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HIGHLIGHTS: Exposure to mercury occurs from breathing contaminated air, ingesting contaminated water and food, and having dental and medical treatments. Mercury, at high levels, may damage the brain, kidneys, and developing fetus. This chemical has been found in at least 714 of 1,467 National Priorities List sites identified by the Environmental Protection Agency, USA. What is mercury? Mercury is a naturally occurring metal which has several forms. The metallic mercury is a shiny, silver-white, odorless liquid. If heated, it is a colorless, odorless gas. Mercury combines with other elements, such as chlorine, sulfur, or oxygen, to form inorganic mercury compounds or salts, which are usually white powders or crystals. Mercury also combines with carbon to make organic mercury compounds. The most common one, methylmercury, is produced mainly by microscopic organisms in the water and soil. More mercury in the environment can increase the amounts of methylmercury that these small organisms make. Metallic mercury is used to produce chlorine gas and caustic soda, and is also used in thermometers, dental fillings, and batteries. Mercury salts are sometimes used in skin lightening creams and as antiseptic creams and ointments. What happens to mercury when it enters the environment? Inorganic mercury (metallic mercury and inorganic mercury compounds) enters the air from mining ore deposits, burning coal and waste, and from manufacturing plants.

Methylmercury may be formed in water and soil by small organisms called bacteria.
Methylmercury builds up in the tissues of fish. Larger and older fish tend to have the highest levels of mercury. How might I be exposed to mercury?

Eating fish or shellfish contaminated with methylmercury.


Breathing vapors in air from spills, incinerators, and industries that burn mercury-containing fuels. Release of mercury from dental work and medical treatments.

Breathing contaminated workplace air or skin contact during use in the workplace (dental, health services, chemical, and other industries that use mercury).
Practicing rituals that include mercury.

It enters the water or soil from natural deposits, disposal of wastes, and volcanic activity.

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How can mercury affect my health? The nervous system is very sensitive to all forms of mercury. Methylmercury and metallic mercury vapors are more harmful than other forms, because more mercury in these forms reaches the brain. Exposure to high levels of metallic, inorganic, or organic mercury can permanently damage the brain, kidneys, and developing fetus. Effects on brain functioning may result in irritability, shyness, tremors, changes in vision or hearing, and memory problems. Short-term exposure to high levels of metallic mercury vapors may cause effects including lung damage, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, increases in blood pressure or heart rate, skin rashes, and eye irritation. How likely is mercury to cause cancer? There are inadequate human cancer data available for all forms of mercury. Mercuric chloride has caused increases in several types of tumors in rats and mice, and methylmercury has caused kidney tumors in male mice. The EPA has determined that mercuric chloride and methylmercury are possible human carcinogens. How can mercury affect children? Very young children are more sensitive to mercury than adults. Mercury in the mothers body passes to the fetus and may accumulate there. It can also can pass to a nursing infant through breast milk. However, the benefits of breast feeding may be greater than the possible adverse effects of mercury in breast milk. Mercurys harmful effects that may be passed from the mother to the fetus include brain damage, mental retardation, incoordination, blindness, seizures, and inability to speak. Children poisoned by mercury may develop problems of their nervous and digestive systems, and kidney damage. How can families reduce the risk of exposure to mercury? Carefully handle and dispose of products that contain mercury, such as thermometers or fluorescent light bulbs. Do not vacuum up spilled mercury, because it will vaporize and increase exposure. If a large amount of mercury has been spilled, contact your health department. Teach children not to play with shiny, silver liquids. Properly dispose of older medicines that contain mercury. Keep all mercury-containing medicines away from children. Pregnant women and children should keep away from rooms where liquid mercury has been used. Learn about wildlife and fish advisories in your area from your public health or natural resources department.

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Is there a medical test to show whether Ive been exposed to mercury? Tests are available to measure mercury levels in the body. Blood or urine samples are used to test for exposure to metallic mercury and to inorganic forms of mercury. Mercury in whole blood or in scalp hair is measured to determine exposure to methylmercury. Your doctor can take samples and send them to a testing laboratory. Has the federal government made recommendations to protect human health? The EPA has set a limit of 2 parts of mercury per billion parts of drinking water (2 ppb). The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has set a maximum permissible level of 1 part of methylmercury in a million parts of seafood (1 ppm). The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has set limits of 0.1 milligram of organic mercury per cubic meter of workplace air (0.1 mg/m3) and 0.05 mg/m3 of metallic mercury vapor for 8-hour shifts and 40hour work weeks. References Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). 1999. Toxicological profile for mercury. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public

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KEMARAHAN adalah satu masalah utama emosi akibat stres. Stres ialah tindakbalas fizikal, emosi dan mental kepada perubahan. Kita semua mengalami stres di rumah, sekolah atau tempat kerja.

Kita perlu sedikit stres untuk berfungsi secara berkesan. Adakalanya stres boleh juga menjadi faktor motivasi terhadap perkembangan hidup seseorang. Stres yang keterlaluan boleh menjejaskan kesihatan.
Kenapa anda stress? * Diri sendiri (contoh: Anda kecewa, anda tidak dapat apa yang anda mahu) * Keluarga anda (contoh: Masalah dengan suami/isteri dan anak, pindah rumah, masalah kewangan) * Pekerjaan anda (contoh: Anda tidak dapat menyiapkan kerja, anda tidak cemerlang dalam kerja, ketua anda tidak berpuas hati dengan kerja anda, anda tidak dinaikkan pangkat, tukar kerja, dibuang kerja) * Komuniti anda (contoh: Jiran dan komuniti tidak ramah) Bila anda rasa stress...

* Jantung berdengup kencang dan sukar bernafas


* Anda cepat marah * Anda rasa tidak gembira * Anda kehilangan selera makan

* Anda hilang minat bekerja


* Anda tidak lagi menikmati hobi

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* Anda tidak cukup tidur * Anda menengking-nengking * Anda ingin membaling sesuatu * Anda cuba menjauhkan diri Apa yang harus dilakukan apabila anda marah: * Menyedari yang anda sedang marah... Katakan: "Saya sedang marah" * Bertenang... kira hingga 10, tarik nafas panjang dan mengucap * Kenal pasti kenapa anda marah * Cuba dengar penjelasan orang lain * Jangan berkata sesuatu untuk menyakitkan hati atau menghukum orang lain * Anda perlu beredar jika tidak dapat mengawal kemarahan * Berbincang dengan orang lain jika tidak mampu mengendalikan kemarahan * Membiasakan diri memaafkan - menerima kenyataan bahawa manusia juga melakukan kesalahan *Kuasai kemahiran untuk menyelesaikan masalah cara IDEAL I - Kenal pasti masalah (Identify the problem) D - Jelaskan pilihan yang boleh diambil (Describe possible options) E - Buat penilaian bagi setiap cadangan - baik dan buruknya (Evaluate consequences of each option - the pro's and con's) A - Bertindak - pilih satu cara untuk bertindak (Act) L - Belajar dari pengalaman sama ada hasilnya berjaya atau tidak (Learn) Cara mengurangkan kemungkinan untuk marah * Berfikir secara positif * Jangan salahkan orang lain apabila berlaku kesilapan * Belajar menyukai diri sendiri * Usahakan yang terbaik daripada apa yang anda ada * Belajar menerima apa yang tidak dapat diubah * Jangan risau tentang kekurangan yang ada * Bertenang * Lakukan senaman selalu

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* Adakan hobi * Luangkan masa untuk keluarga, kerja dan beriadah * Dapatkan tidur yang cukup * Dapatkan teman untuk meluahkan masalah * Bersifat asertif. Berani berkata "TIDAK" untuk kegiatan luar, jemputan atau temu janji yang anda tiada masa untuk hadiri * Tetapkan matlamat yang realistik untuk diri anda. Tidak semua anda dapat kecapi. Sedarilah bahawa tidak semua perkara penting seperti yang anda sangkakan

Sumber: Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia

Dipetik dari akhbar Harian Metro, Sep 15, 2011, Page 023

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Editorial Reviews

Mark R. Lehto (Author) [et al]

Review a book that students should keep for later use throughout their professional careers. A key feature of this book is its thoroughness. - Professor Tom Schnell, Department of Industrial and Mechanical Engineering, Director Operator Performance Laboratory (OPL), University of Iowa, USA a key text in the field for engineers and designers who should know human factors but are not human factors experts. The topics covered are comprehensive, perhaps the most complete to date. The authors have done an outstanding job of gauging the appropriate level of depth to coincide with their overarching goal of providing a text for those who will be involved with design. - Professor Richard Koubek, Chair, The Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Promo Copy Product Description Emphasizing customer oriented design and operation, Introduction to Human Factors and Ergonomics for Engineers explores the behavioral, physical, and mathematical foundations of the discipline and how to apply them to improve the human, societal, and economic well being of systems and organizations. The book discusses product design, such as tools, machines, or systems as well as the tasks or jobs people perform, and environments in which people live. The authors explore methods of obtaining these objectives, uniquely approaching the topic from an engineering perspective as well as a psychological standpoint. The 22 chapters of this book, coupled with the extensive appendices, provide valuable tools for students and practicing engineers in human centered design and operation of equipment, work place, and organizations in order to optimize performance, satisfaction, and effectiveness. Covering physical and cognitive ergonomics, the book is an excellent source for valuable information on safe, effective, enjoyable, and productive design of products and services that require interaction between humans and the environment.

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Mark R. Lehto (Author) [et al]
Product Details Hardcover: 1000 pages Publisher: CRC Press (August 30, 2007) Language: English ISBN-10: 0805853081 ISBN-13: 978-0805853087 Product Dimensions: 10.3 x 7.7 x 2.4 inches Shipping Weight: 4.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #331,082 in Books

**Book for reference only :More details of this book, please refer NIOSH Library and to browse list of collection please visit; http://www.niosh.com.my

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Publication Date Page Headline : : : : KOSMO 17/09/2011 12 Permis simpan minyak terbakar.

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Publication Date Page Headline : : : : UTUSAN MALAYSIA 17/09/2011 17 Saluran paip minyak bocor

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Publication Date Page Headline : : : : HARIAN METRO 19/09/2011 17 Mati berdiri tersepit lori

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Publication Date Page Headline : : : : NEW STRAITS TIMES 19/09/2011 11 Boy killed by falling goalpost

**More details of OSH newspaper cutting, please refer NIOSH website http://www.niosh.com.my/# , under online services e-sumber (NIOSH Library)