Join MISIF/Nickel Institute Stainless Steel Workshops
Specialised Building Materials Supply Chain Conference 2017
16 March 2017
8.00 am – 5.30 pm
Venue MIDA Sentral
OSH Legal Compliance for Iron & Steel Industries
23-24 February 2017
Seminar Room 1, Level 1, MITI Tower
Introduction Fees: RM398
Discount for group registration by 8th February 2017
Dialogue Session on the Promotion of Malaysian
Iron & Steel Products
13 February 2017
10.30 am – 2.00 pm
Venue Grand Paragon Hotel, Johor Bahru
Sustainable Consolidation Effort for Iron and Steel in Malaysia
22 November 2016 (Tuesday)
Seminar Room 1 & 2, Level 1, MITI Tower
Steel Outlook: Demand, Supply and Policy Considerations – by PwC
Panel Discussion Material:
JISF: Mr. Toru Nishizaka
Seminar Kesedaran Kualiti Bahan Binaan
Currently CIDB regulates on compliances to standards on imported construction materials. However with the amendment of CIDB Act in the year 2011, has empowered CIDB to regulate construction materials produced locally. The scope of regulation is on materials that are listed in Schedule 4 in the said act. As mentioned above, CIDB’s regulation is on the compliance of the materials to the specified standards as per gazette. On evidences of compliance to relevant standards, CIDB requires the materials to be tested by accredited third party testing and inspection bodies. Having said that, therefore once CIDB starts to regulate construction material used in the construction projects must be certified by third party. The primary aim of this seminar is to create the awareness in the industry particularly to the manufacturers, suppliers, and contractors on the importance of regulation of construction materials so as to ensure the production of good quality construction materials.
Besides that this seminar is also to impart the general requirements on compliance to standard as well as sharing some of the good practices in complying with the said standard by the industries.
With the introduction of Economic Transformation Program (ETP), it is expected that more mega projects will be launched by the government. Thus it is envisaged that there will be huge demand of construction products especially on iron and steel as well as cement and other construction materials in the future. This makes regulating on the 4th schedule construction materials very timely. Moving forward, we trust the regulation of construction materials by CIDB in the near future will enable to elevate the level of quality of construction materials used in the local construction industry. In view of this it will pave the way in strengthening the structural integrity of the building construction works.
Specialised Trade Mission for Iron and Steel Industry – Export Promotion to Myanmar
MSI is collaborating with MATRADE to organise a Specialised Trade Mission for Iron and Steel Industry to Myanmar. If interested, please fill up the details in the form given.
Briefing Session on Iron and Steel Industry
i) TPPA – what it means to I & S sector
ii) Exploring Export Opportunities Overseas – trade mission
25 February 2016 (Thursday)
Miami 1 Room, Level 3, West Wing, Menara MATRADE