In compliance of Environmental Quality (Scheduled Waste) Regulations 2005, factory occupiers are to ensure that scheduled wastes are labelled, stored, inventoried and disposed accordingly to the requirements of the Regulations. According to these Regulations, it is compoundable for not providing training to the employees who are handling scheduled wastes; and needless to say, for factory occupiers that are not disposing scheduled wastes correctly can be fined up to RM10,000 or imprisonment for 2 years or both.
PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE PLANNING, 20-21 July 2020 @ Kota Kinabalu / 27-28 July 2020 @ Kuching Sarawak
INTRODUCTION As humans have spread across the world, so have infectious diseases. Even in modern era outbreaks are nearly constant, though not every outbreak reaches the same pandemic level. The recent Covid-19 has a great impact on global business, health and finance. No industry is free or immune from such pandemic. The world has passed […]