CITP KPIs for Safety & Health

CITP INITIATIVE Q2a

Regulate minimum level of construction workers' amenities


Initiative Overview
Q2a-008

Malaysian Standards for Temporary Construction Workers' Amenities and Accommodation (Code of Practice ) published by Q1 2016

Q2a-009

Act 446 on workers' minimum standard of housing and amenities for all sectors including construction sector tabled in Parliament by Q4 2017

Q4 2017 Q2a-010

Minimum 8 Centralised Workers’ Accommodation Models Constructed by Q4 2018

CITP Initiative Q2b

Improve level of occupational safety and health at construction site


Initiative Overview
Q2b-012

SHO/SSS trained increased by 10% per year from 2015 baseline (SHO-2030, SSS-1250)

Q2b-014

50% of 100 contractors trained in Occupational Safety & Health Management System (MS1722/OHSAS18001/ISO OSH-MS45001) gets certified by Q4 2020

Q2b-015

Recommendations to improve the legal and regulatory framework related to construction Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) submitted to government by Q2 2018

Q2b-016

Cost of Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) to be provided as a provisional sum in all government tenders and contracts by Q4 2018

Q2b-114

More than 50% of public projects completed annually achieves minimum SHASSIC assessment score of 3 star

Q2b-115

Guideline on Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) in Construction Industry (Management) implemented by 2020

Q2b-116

Four strategic Guidelines on Safety in Construction published by Q4 2020

Q2b-117

10 pilot projects assessed using Safety Culture Tools achieve acceptable score by Q4 2020

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