Becoming A SHASSIC Assessor

A SHASSIC Assessor must be a qualified person and have a certain number of years of working experience in construction industry.

The criteria are:

Successfully attended and passed a one-day course organised by CIDB


Possess a minimum of 5 years working experience in the construction industry; or


Successfully attended and passed OHSAS 18001 Lead Auditor Course and possess a minimum of 3 years working experience in the construction industry (construction site). (Exempted from attending 1-day course conducted by CIDB); or


A Construction Safety and Health Officer (CSHO * ) with 2 years experience in the construction industry. (Exempted from attending 1-day course conducted by CIDB)

* Note: CSHO means a person who is registered with DOSH as Safety & Health Officer and successfully completed the 5 (five) days course organised by CIDB for Construction Safety & Health Officer.

  • Contractors may engage any qualified person above to carry out SHASSIC assessment, or alternatively, they can make arrangement with CIDB to carry out SHASSIC assessment.
  • Currently CIDB is providing this service Free of Charge ( FOC ) and contractors are entitled to receive 20 CCD points for a successful assessment.
  • Email the form to and a CIDB officer will contact the contractor to arrange for SHASSIC assessment.