THE Malaysian Society for Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH) celebrated an Occupational, Safety and Health event throughout Malaysia.
They organised the largest safety briefing toolbox talks.
The aim of this event was to advise the workers about safety precautions that need to be applied at every company such as factories, shops, schools, hospitals, clinics and many more.
About 52, 490 participants took part in 800 different locations around the country.
This is listed in the Malaysia Book of Records and each company which took part will be listed too in conjunction with Labour Day.
The event was held from 8am until 11am throughout the country. The command centre was at Universiti Teknologi Mara in Shah Alam.
SMK (P) Bukit Kuda Klang took the opportunity to take part. It was organised by the school’s Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) including its president Saad Ismail, committee member Dr Mimita Magendra and school principal Rubiah Hayat.
The teachers, clerks, laboratory assistants and guards also took part as they are the people most at risk of injury while in school. The students were not involved as they are well taken care off.
The World OSH Day celebration was initially celebrated in April 2003 for the first time by the International Labour Organisation.
Each participant was given a tagging number by MOSH. The number was to be held by them and a photo was required to be taken as a group.
The school would be listed in the Malaysia Book of Records and receive a certificate.