Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) impresses standards or rules to protect workers against many hazards on the job. These standards limit the amount of hazardous exposures workers can be exposed to, require the use of certain safety practices and equipment, and require employers to monitor hazards and maintain records of workplace injuries and illnesses.

Workplace inspection is one of the answers to obtain result of OSH compliance. An OSH workplace inspection is a planned systematic approach designed to identify hazards and eliminate or reduce the risk by implementing controls in the work area before they cause an injury. This is a proactive approach to identify hazard and control tem to prevent an future incident.

Depending on the size of organization, safety inspection program should be structured to meet company requirement and applicable regulation as well. Responsibility of Safety Committee to plan, conduct, report and monitor workplace inspections which are an important part of the overall occupational health and safety program.

Safety inspection will allow committee members to hear the concerns of employees and supervisors with respect to the safety concern. Furthermore, it will gain further understanding of jobs and tasks, identify existing and potential hazards, determine underlying causes of hazards, monitor hazard controls (personal protective equipment, engineering controls, policies, procedures) and ideas to recommend for corrective action.



Organizations using I.S.I.S will obtain a systematic approach of safety and health inspection, analysis and monitoring system through our benchmarking system of workplace evaluation. This system provides a platform that should speed up to analyze the performance of company workplace safety and health condition.

This program will provide the appropriate tools to assess the hazardous place of your working area. Once the information is gathered, performance analysis will be generated and visualized to accommodate a multiple OSH task requirement.

All benefits of using an ISIS measurement tool can be specified as follows

1). Step by step approach to the implementation of periodically workplace safety and health inspection with compliance extracted from associated Act and Regulations of OSHA 1994, FMA 1967, UBBL 1984 and FSA 1988.

2). User-friendly and systematic approach of updating the findings of safety and health inspection at workplace.

3). Store, process and analyze data in fulfillment of OHSAS 18001:2007 and relevant safety and health act and regulations requirement

4). Monitoring and analysis on current status of organization safety and health performance and brainstorming of opportunity for improvement of safety and health.

5). Malaysia’s Legislation & Guidelines reference.

6). Other reference materials of inspection schedule, Legal Register, Safety and health Report and other salient provision of all regulations under OSHA, FMA, UBBL and FSA.


Two types of program that ISIS are able to offer. That's includes 1 day course of Intensive Training and Comprehensive Training for 2 days

Intensive Training may suit for refreshment for the team who have an experience in performing workplace inspection in the company.Comprehensive Training would be recomended for beginner or those team need a deeper assistance in developing their safety inspection activity including a practical session

Training program is available for In-House training or Public Training



Module 1: Introduction to ISIS

Module 2: Overview of Workplace Safety and Health Legislation

Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 and its regulation

Factory and Machinery Act 1967 and it regulation

Uniform Building By-Law 1988

Fire Service Act 1984

Module 3: Basic Principle of work place inspection

The requirements and benefits of Safety Inspection

Establishing Safety inspection - Disciplines and Methodology.

Module 4: Overview of Integrated Safety Inspection System

Scope and approach of safety inspection

Development of inspection checklist based on legal requirement

Initiate an inspection

Report audit findings and initiate corrective and preventive actions

Ensure continual OHS improvement through effective Follow-up audit

Module 5: Post-inspection activity

Report writings

Result analysis

Benchmarking and performance monitoring

Handling with non-compliance hazard

Module 6: Report Management

Handling with regulatory report preparation

Safety and Health Officer Monthly Report

Performance Monitoring of OHSAS 18001

Legal Register and Evaluation of Compliance


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