Occupational Health (OH)


What is Occupational Health?

Occupational health is a determinant of workers’ health, including risks for disease and injury in the occupational environment, social and individual factors, and access to health services. TTMC aims to be a one-stop Occupational Health Centre, with years of experience in medical care and hospitality excellence, we strive in providing quality and first-class OH services to all our clients.

Engaging with a diverse spectrum of services from occupational health consultancy, fitness and return to work assessment, health screening and offer, drug and alcohol screening, medical surveillance and support, we are confident that our exemplary work has set a new benchmark for all occupational health services. Our aim is to eliminate and prevent work-related causes of ill health, achieve maximum staff productivity and improve the sense of wellbeing and morale within your workforce.

Occupational Health Services

  • All pre-employment, pre-placement and periodic screening assessment
  • Assessing an employee capacity to undertake his/her job safely and effectively.
  • Managing an employee’s treatment after a workplace injury or illness
  • The program is provided within the context of an integrated risk control system and in accordance to Malaysian legislation and best practise guidelines.
  • Considering organizations objectives and health goals, specific program will be tailored to meet specific needs.
  • Advise on drug and alcohol policy
  • Carrying out drug and alcohol test
  • Identification and assessment of health risk in workplace such as Health risk assessment (HRA), Chemical Health Risk Assessment (CHRA) and etc with incorporating industrial hygiene expertise.
  • Advise on planning and organization of work, design of workplace and choice
  • Analysis of occupational accident and disease.
  • Accredited smoking cessation clinic with mQuit services
  • Comprehensive follow up
  • Prepares employees with vaccinations and advice for travelling and working abroad
  • Advising and assisting management in helping to reduce absence rates as well as enabling employees to return to work sooner with employees and employers’ mutual benefits.
  • Evaluating, assessing and advise on general wellbeing of workplace psychosocial matter
  • Monitoring and follow up on workplace mental health effected personnel.

Industrial Hygiene (IH)

What is Industrial Hygiene?

Industrial Hygiene is a science of anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of environmental factors or stresses arising in or from the workplace which may cause sickness, impaired health and well-being, or significant discomfort and inefficiency among workers or among citizens in the community. Our industrial hygiene team helps clients meet and maintain regulatory compliance in all industrial health and safety areas.

TTMC is known for creating customized approaches to protect the health and safety of employees through anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of health hazards at work. Our knowledgeable team of Certified Industrial Hygienists are experienced in a variety of settings including manufacturing, public works, heavy industrial, remediation, commercial, warehousing, healthcare, laboratories and office environments.

Industrial Hygiene Services

The Chemical Health Risk Assessment (CHRA) is an assessment that has to be conducted by the employer arising from the use, handling, storage or transportation of chemicals hazardous to health in their workplace as required by the Occupational Safety and Health (Use and Standard of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health) Regulation 2000.

Local Exhaust Ventilation inspection is to measure the efficiency of removal of contaminants from an exhaust system. Local Exhaust Ventilation system monitoring is governed by Occupational Safety & Health Regulations 2000 (Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health, Part V). This Local Exhaust Ventilation assessment is mandatory to be conducted annually, only by a registered Hygiene Technician. However, on monthly basis your organization is allowed to conduct a general self- inspection on the general condition of the system.

Chemical Exposure Monitoring is to measure hazardous contaminants suspended in air that is being exposed to employees. The Chemical Exposure monitoring would enable employers to measure the contaminants concentration in air, comparing it against the stipulated limit depicted in the regulations.

Indoor Noise Exposure monitoring is to measure the level of noise being exposed to employees at a workplace and this Indoor Noise Exposure monitoring is mandatory under Factories and Machinery Act 1967. The Indoor Noise Exposure monitoring shall be conducted at least once, until there are changes in the production machinery such as layout of the machine, manpower movement, etc.

Indoor air quality analysis or monitoring protects indoor environments from contamination and reduce workers’ exposure. Poor indoor air quality can lead to discomfort, ill health, and, in the workplace, absenteeism and lower productivity. Good indoor air quality safeguards the health of the building occupants and contributes to their comfort and well-being.

Ergonomic assessment is to determine the level of ergonomic risk for the job you are evaluating. Only by quantifying ergonomic risk factors can you develop a plan to prioritize and implement measurable workplace improvements.

  1. OSHA 1994 and FMA 1967
  2. Introduction of Occupational Hygiene / Industrial Hygiene
  3. General Industry Safety / Safety Awareness
  4. PPE Program
  5. Effective Safety & Health Committee
  6. HIRARC Implementation and Documentation
  7. Hazard Communication
  8. Chemical Safety / Handling / Management

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