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14 Functions of CIDB under Act 520

Functions of CIDB Malaysia
under
Act 520

Construction Industry Development Board was established under the Construction Industry Development Board Act 1994 (Act 520) to regulate, develop and facilitate the construction industry towards achieving global competitiveness.

One of the functions of the section 4(1)(b) board is to advise and make recommendations to the Federal and State Governments on matters that touch or relate to the construction industry.

Functions as listed below;

  • To promote and stimulate the development, improvement and expansion of the construction industry;
  • To advise and make recommendations to the Federal Government and the State Government on matters affecting or connected with the construction industry;
  • To promote, stimulate and undertake research into any matter relating to the construction industry;
  • To promote, stimulate and assist in the export of services relating to the construction industry;
  • To provide consultancy and advisory services with respect to the construction industry;
  • To promote and encourage quality assurance in the construction industry;
  • To regulate the conformance of standards for construction workmanship and materials;
  • To obtain, publish, initiate and maintain information relating to the construction industry including the establishment of a construction industry information system;
  • To provide, promote, review and coordinate training in the construction industry;
  • To register and accredit contractors, to impose any conditions of registration and accreditation of the contractors and to revoke, suspend or reinstate the registration and accreditation;
  • To register, accredit and certify construction personnel and to revoke, suspend or reinstate the registration, accreditation and certification of such construction personnel;
  • Regulating implementation for safe and quality construction work;
  • To regulate the implementation of Industrialised Building System in the construction industry; and
  • To attend to any complaint or report made in relation to any failure of construction works or completed construction works that affect public safety and take appropriate actions to address it.

The Role of CIDB

1. Advisor

2. Regulatories

3. Development

The Role of Advisor

1. Manage complaints or reports made in respect of any failure of construction work

2. To promote and stimulate the development, improvement and expansion of the construction industry

3. Provide consulting and advisory

4. Advise and recommend to the Federal and State Governments

The Role of Regulatory

1. Registration & accreditation of contractors

2. Registration & accreditation of: personnel contractors

3. Regulate compliance with standards for construction work and building materials

4. Regulating the implementation of industrialized building systems in industrial construction

5. Regulate the implementation of quality and safe construction work

The Role of Development

1. Provide & maintain Industrial Information System Construction

2. Establish, develop, review and coordinate training of construction personnel & contractors in the construction industry

3. Promoting technology, developing & conducting research

4. Advancing & promoting quality assurance

5. Advancing & assisting in the export of services

Program for Industry

Contractor

Construction Personnel

Construction Material

Construction Industry Standard CIS

Technology

Safety And Health

Quality

Environmental Sustainability

Construction Information

Global Mission

Notis Perpindahan CIDB Ibu Pejabat

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