Duties & Responsibilities
The university is responsible for distributing and disseminating the importance of legal requirements regarding occupational safety and health as well as establishing and implementing Occupational Safety and Health Policy at UniMAP. The university is responsible for ensuring that the direction and objectives of the UniMAP FACC Policy can be implemented as well as providing and maintaining safe and risky work and plant systems for staff and students. The university should establish procedures, programs, and systems to ensure the safety and health of staff and students, providing information, instruction, training and supervision to ensure the safety and health of staff and students while at work and provide adequate facilities and resources for staff welfare and students.
B) Centre of Responsibility
Each Centre of Responsibility (PTj) serves to assist the University's management in overseeing and ensuring that the working environment is safe and healthy and ensures the implementation of occupational safety and health management under its responsibility. PTj should provide the necessary information to assist in the implementation of preventive measures such as training, campaigns, seminars and so on. In addition, PTJ also needs to provide, supervise and maintain any Personal Protective Equipment suitable for all staff and students. PTj should ensure that all laboratory equipment used is in a safe condition and the use of the tool should be in accordance with the Safe Work Procedure that has been developed. In the event of any accident, PTj should report and take necessary steps to prevent this occurrence from recurring.
C) Officer & Staff
UniMAP officers and staff must ensure the safety and health of themselves and others while performing their duties. Among the tasks to be undertaken is to pay reasonable attention to themselves and others who are around them while performing their duties, cooperating with the University Management in complying with any requirements under the Act and its regulations and industry-related practices as well as using any personal protective equipment provided by the university. UniMAP officers and staff should report to the Occupational Safety and Health Committee of the PTj regarding accidents, incidents and non-hazardous occupational safety and health at the workplace to the CTF Committee at the PTj level and to comply with the occupational safety and health procedures provided. UniMAP officers and staff are also responsible for participating in each CTF activity.
The UniMAP Campus is also one of the campus communities that needs to work together to ensure that the safety and health requirements of the university are adhered to. Among their roles and responsibilities is to pay attention to the extent practicable while in the UniMAP area for the safety and health of students and others, to wear and use personal protective equipment provided by the university as well as to comply with any instructions and safety measures and occupational health according to the Act and the Regulations below. Students should not abuse the personal protective equipment provided and must comply with the occupational safety and health procedures provided. Students are also responsible for participating in the CTF activities and reporting all incidents, conditions and unsafe activities to the School or supervisor.