In compliance with Construction Standard (CIS 10:218) SHASSIC is an independent assessment and evaluation method for construction worksite health and safety rating.
First introducted in 2008, the Safety and Health Assessment System in Construction or SHASSIC is an independent tool to assess and evaluate the safety and health performance of a contractor in construction works or projects in accordance to Construction Industry Standard (CIS 10:2020). In 2018, SHASSIC was enhanced with an upgraded scoring system in consideration of latest development in occupational safety and practice as well as changes made to relevant regulations.
Drafted to provide precise guidance to assessors and contractors in assessing their safety and health performance at construction sites, SHASSIC allows the determination of high-risk activities based on the proposed hierarchy of high risk activities.
Conventional construction methods will soon be completely replaced with IBS methods. Among many other competitive advantages in comparison to the conventional construction methods, IBS offer:
STANDARD ASSESSMENT SYSTEM FOR OSH
To benchmark the level of occupational safety and health performance of the Malaysian construction industry.
OSH FEEDBACK MECHANISM
To assess and evaluate the contractor's occupational safety and health performance based a particular project.
EVALUATION OF OSH PERFORMANCE
To establish a standard system on occupational safety and health assessment in the construction industry
OSH ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION
As a feedback mechanism to improve and to take necessary corrective and preventive action on occupational safety and health performance and management at the site
OSH PERFORMANCE BENCHMARK
To evaluate the performance of contractor's on the occupational safety and health practices at the site
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