This article provides a detailed examination of Malaysian occupational health agencies and their roles in formulating and enforcing standards, promoting occupational health and safety (OSH), and providing advisory services. Available OSH training is described, and the need for policies and personnel in various industries is outlined. Further, the authors discuss how international models and collaboration have influenced Malaysian OSH, and how some successes can be repeated and failures remedied.
|Number of pages
|Occupational Medicine - State of the Art Reviews
|Published - Dec 1 2002
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health