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Organised by INSTEP Registered with HRDF (PSMB)

Certified Training Provider for EiMAS of the Department of Environment

Serial No: 956097W



Minimum requirements: Course Fee: Closing Date:

Diploma or Degree in Science or Engineering; or
Diploma or Degree in other disciplines with 1 year experience; or
RM3,750 per person 14 days before
Certificate from polytechnic or SKM Level 3; or the course started
SPM with 3 years experience in handling scheduled waste (company must sub-
mit copy of SPM certificate with a letter to confirm the experience)
Seats are limited to

Payment should be
35 people per
made prior to session. So, SIGN
attending the course UP EARLY !!

Who should attend? : Managers, Executives, Supervisors and Operators

involve in managing and handling of toxic and hazardous wastes.


1. 14-18 Jan 2019 Kuala Lumpur/Selangor 11 8-12 July 2019 Kuantan

Kuala Lumpur/
2. 11-15 Feb 2019 Penang 12 22-26 July 2019

3. 24—28 Feb 2019 Johor Bharu 13. 19-23 Aug 2019 Penang

4. 04-08 Mar 2019 Kuantan 14 22-26 Sept 2019 Johor Bharu

5. 25-29 Mar 2019 Kota Kinabalu 15. 30 Sept - 04 Oct 2019 Kota Kinabalu

Kuala Lumpur/
6. 8-12 April 2019 Penang 16. 14-18 Oct 2019

7. 22-26 April 2019 Kuala Lumpur/Selangor 17. 04 - 08 Nov 2019 Penang

8. 16-20 June 2019 Johor Bharu 18. 18-22 Nov 2019 Kota Kinabalu

9. 24-28 June 2019 Penang 19. 01-05 Dec 2019 Johor Bharu

Kuala Lumpur/
10. 01 - 05 July 2019 Kota Kinabalu 20. 09-13 Dec 2019
*Subject to change
PETRONAS TECHNICAL TRAINING SDN. BHD. The candidates may not be eligible to
(956097-W) attend the course if the payment had not
been made
Institut Teknologi Petroleum PETRONAS (INSTEP)
Lot 9764, Mukim Batu Rakit, 21020 Kuala Nerus,
Terengganu Darul Iman.

Scheduled wastes are toxic and hazardous. The impact of improp-  Become competent persons in managing scheduled wastes
er management of scheduled wastes can be disastrous to human  Able to comply with legal requirements
health and the environment. Therefore, safe handling, storage,  Able to implement good management practices in scheduled
transportation and proper treatment & disposal of scheduled wastes management
wastes are crucial to prevent unintended exposure that will affect
human health and pollute the environment.

Safe handling and proper management of hazardous wastes re-

quire competent person who is knowledgeable and able to advise  Experience sharing & group discussion
organization to comply with legal requirements and industry best  Video presentation
practices. INSTEP is an approved training provider to facilitate  Practical session on identification, classification, labeling
CePSWaM course with the intention to produce as many compe- and storage
tent persons as possible for the benefit of the nation. Our trainers
will share their hands on experiences in addition to classroom ac- OBJECTIVES
tivities and discussion of case studies.
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to
Certificate of competency will be awarded by EiMAS to partici-  describe scheduled wastes management legal requirements
pants who had successfully completed the course, passed the ex-  identify, classify and categorize scheduled wastes
amination and submitted field training reports  implement effective practices in scheduled wastes manage-
 comply with EQ (SWR) R 2005



 Scheduled waste management B.Sc. Chemical Engineering, UMC, USA, 1988
 Identification, classification and properties of scheduled MBA, UUM, 2001
DBA (Safety Behavior), UUM, 2010
HRDF TTT Cert no: 13709
 Introduction to scheduled waste legislations and policies
Competent Serial No: CePSWaM/00174

 Introduction to scheduled waste legislations and policies
 Record keeping and reporting requirements B. of Technology (Env) Hons, UMT, 2009
HRDF TTT Cert No: 13710
Competent Cert No: CePSWaM/01628
 Scheduled waste facilities and licensing procedures
 Options for scheduled wastes treatment and disposal technol-
 Scheduled waste legislations and policies (Basel Convention)

 Practical session for scheduled waste storage, handling, trans-
Program Leader: Fatin Nazira; or 09-668 6156
portation and disposal of scheduled wastes Registration: Hazila Ibrahim; or 09-668 6092
 Course review

 Practical and written exams
Institut Teknologi Petroleum PETRONAS, Lot 9764 Mukim Batu Rakit, Applicant No. :
21020 Kuala Nerus, Terengganu Darul Iman. Received Date. :
Verified By. :

To register for the programme, email this form to and
Kindly contact Fatin Nazira at 09-668 6156 or Hazila at 09-668 6092 for any inquiry on the registration.

1. Programme Title 2. Session Date (dd/mm/yyyy)


3 Name
(As per NRIC in
capital letters)

4 IC No. / Passport No. 5. Age Years

6 Sex Male Female
7 Nationality Malaysian Others, please specify

8 Mailing address

Postcode State
9 Highest Qualification SPM DIPLOMA DEGREE OTHER(S)
Note: Min Qualification is Diploma in Science Engineering with 1 year experience (Please submit certified true copy of the certificate)

# Field of Study Science Enginering Other

11 Working Experiences Years

12 Current Position

13 Contacts Tel. No. (O) - H/Phone -

Fax. No. (O) - E-mail

Self-sponsored Company-sponsored *To be filled in by company-sponsored only
If company sponsored, do you need an invoice? Yes / No
14 Name of Company/ Employer

15 Company Address for Invoicing Purpose

16 Contacts Tel. No. (O) - Fax. No. (O) -

Person in-charge E-mail
(HRM or Finance Department)
17 Type of Industry (Tick One)
Manufacturing: Please Specify
Mining & Quarriying: Please Specify
Consulting: Please Specify
Others: Please Specify

Jacket Size S (43 cm) M (45cm) L (48cm) XL (49 cm) 2XL (50cm) 3XL (53cm) 4XL (58cm)

*(Chest size in centimeter, cm)

Food preference Vegetarian Non-vegetarian


18 Course Fee Amount RM 3 7 5 0 . 0 0

19 Payment Method Telegraphic Transfer (TT) Cheque Deposit Bank Draft

(Please notify the payment slip or payment advice via email for all transaction payment indicated above)

Payment by Cheque/ bank draft/ postal order should be made payable to:
PETRONAS TECHNICAL TRAINING SDN. BHD., 8006-6319-56 (CIMB BANK BERHAD) and received befored or on
the day of the course registration

Official Stamp of Organization

Date - -

Signature of Applicant

Date - -

Signature of Applicant


1 Fees are inclusive of programme materials, references book, refreshments, lunches and certificate.

2 Registration:
i. A scanned copy of the completed an application forms and academic certificates need to be submitted via e-mail
to course coordinator or registar.
ii. Incomplete an application form and without the proper documents attached will be rejected.

3 Attachments:
i. Please refer to course information in the INSTEP brochure or website at for entry
requirement. If the desired course has an entry requirement, please furnish the indicated documents as
attachment together with the form. All attachments must be CERTIFIED TRUE COPY.

4 Payment terms:
i. Following completion and return of the registration form, full payment is required within five (5) days from the
receive of invoice. PLEASE NOTE: Payment must be received prior to the course date.
ii. A receipt will be issued on payment. Due to limited course space, INSTEP advise early registration to avoid
disappointment. Issue within 30 days (temporary receipt).

5 For any reason, INSTEP decides to cancel or postpone this course, INSTEP is not responsible for covering airfare, hotel,
or other travel cost incurred by clients. The course fee will not be refunded, but can be credited to a future course.
Course programme content is subject to change without notice.

6 Confirmation Details:
i. After receiving payment, a receipt will be issued. If you do not receive a letter outlining details, two (2) weeks
prior to the event, please contact the course coordinator or registrar at INSTEP.

7 Payment method:
i. Payment should be made prior to the course. The participants may not be eligible to attend the course if the
payment is not being made. The payment advice needs to be emailed as proof of payment.

8 Proof of postage is not proof of receipt. INSTEP will not be responsible for any documents lost in transit.

Thank You

1.0 Services c) The course participant shall not, nor procure or encourage another to, commit
PTTSB shall provide the course set forth in the Learning Engagement Agreement “LEA” / any act, matter or thing which would constitute a breach of obligations under
Registration Form SUBJECT to the relevant entry requirements being fulfilled by the course this Clause.
6.3 Intellectual Property
2.0 Registration a) The course participant acknowledges that all concepts, analyses, know-how
2.1 Course participants are required to execute the LEA / Registration Form attached and tools, frameworks, methodologies, conceptual solutions, designs rights, pro-
submit he same to PTTSB for registration. cesses, methods, perspectives, all derivatives, copyright and all intellectual
2.2. In the event that an entry requirement is required for a particular training course, kindly property provided to the course participant during the training course or
provide the required documents together with the executed LEA / Registration Form via developed pursuant to the training course, including the training modules
email or facsimile to PTTSB. All documents attached must be CERTIFIED TRUE COPIES. (“PTTSB’s IP Rights”) shall belong solely to PTTSB.
2.3 PTTSB reserves the right to reject any applications made not in compliance with the b) The Participant’s enrolment under this training course shall not constitute or
relevant entry requirements. be deemed as a grant of any license or any other right to course participant to
use or reproduce PTTSB’s IP Rights in any way whatsoever other than for the
3.0 Payment Terms purposes envisaged hereunder.
3.1 Upon registration confirmation, PTTSB will issue an invoice indicating the fees and
charges payable by the course participant. 6.4 The obligations contained in this clause 6.0 shall be a continuing obligation and
3.2 Payment shall be made in full by the course participant at least fourteen (14) days prior shall remain in force notwithstanding the expiration or termination of the training
to the commencement of the training course. agreement.
3.3 Upon receipt of payment, PTTSB shall issue a receipt within thirty (30) days of receipt of
payment. 7.0 Governing Law and Jurisdiction
3.4 A letter outlining the relevant details of the training course will be sent to the course
participant within fourteen (14) days of payment. 7.1 Any dispute or differences, controversy or claim arising out of or in connection with
3.5 PTTSB reserves the right to deny any course participant from attending the training this Terms and Conditions or the breach, termination or invalidity thereof shall be
course in the event full payment is not received prior to the commencement date of the settled by mutual consultation and consent.
relevant training course.
7.2 If the Parties are not able to reach mutual consensus within fourteen (14) days after
4.0 Cancellation, Deferment and Removal the said consultation, the dispute, controversy, claim, breach, termination or
4.1 In the event where the course participant for whatever reason is not able to attend the invalidity shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Malaysia.
whole or part of the said training course on the specified dates, or if the participant with-
draws from the training course prior to completion of the course, no refund shall be made 7.3 The construction, validity and performance of this Terms and Conditions shall be
on the course fee paid. governed by the laws of Malaysia.
4.2 In the event where PTTSB for whatever reason it thinks fit decides to cancel or defer a
particular training course to another date, the course participant shall not be entitled for a 8.0 Strict Adherence to Rules and Regulations
refund, whereas the amount paid shall be credited by PTTSB to be utilized by the course
participant for similar future courses. 8.1 Course participant shall comply with all rules and regulations imposed throughout
4.3 PTTSB may remove any course participant from the training course, in the event where (i) the training period including those rules, policies and/or regulations applicable to
the participant in in breach of any of the terms of the training course, including the rules those location and/or venue where the Program will be conducted or will be used
and regulations of PTTSB relating to HSE and substance abuse; or (ii) PTTSB is of the opinion and/or occupied during the Program by the course participant.
that the course participant is are engaged in any act or omission, or are threatening to
engage in any act or omission that may prejudice the safety of any person and/or reputa- 8.2 Course participant shall strictly adhere to the policies and regulations laid down
tion of PTTSB, PETRONAS or any of its related companies. Course participant shall indemni- under PETRONAS Code of Conduct and Business Ethics as more particularly de-
fy, defend, and hold PTTSB safe and harmless from all costs, claims and other liabilities to scribed in the following website.
third parties arising (whether directly or indirectly) as a result of PTTSB terminating the
training of the participant. In no event shall the course participant be entitled to the refund conduct-business-ethics.aspx
of any fees paid in the event the training of the participant is terminated under this Clause

5.0 Liability and Indemnity 9.0 Health Safety and Environment

Each course participant shall take full responsibility and shall defend, indemnify and hold
PTTSB harmless for all loss (including damage to property), injury or death suffered by such Throughout the course duration, participant shall strictly comply with PTTSB’s HSE
course participant howsoever caused and irrespective of negligence and breach of duty Rules and Regulations.
(statutory or otherwise) by PTTSB arising out of or in connection with the delivery of the
training course to the extent permissible under the law. 10.0 Alcohol And Drugs

6.0 Confidential Information and Intellectual Property PTTSB prohibits, and shall not be responsible for, the course participant’s consump-
tion or possession of any kind of alcohol, and abuse of drugs, throughout the
6.1 “Confidential Information” means any and all information which are by their nature confi- course period.
dential including but not limited to information pertaining to the training course including
the training modules, business plans, course syllabus, methodologies and technologies 11.0 General Provisions
made available to or acquired by a Participant during the course of the training course.
These terms and conditions including those in the LEA / Registration Form referred
6.2 The course participant acknowledges that PTTSB is the owner of any Confidential Infor- to herein supersedes all prior representations, arrangements, understandings and
mation disclosed to, or acquired by, course participant in the course of the training and agreements, either written or oral between the parties relating to this terms and
agrees that, such information and documents shall be treated as confidential and that the conditions and sets forth the entire complete and exclusive agreement and under-
course participant will be subjected to the following obligations:- standing between the Parties hereto relating to the subject matter hereof.
a) The course participant shall not circulate, use, sell, deal in or otherwise appropriate
PTTSB’s Confidential Information in any way whatsoever including and without limita- Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, no waiver by any party of any breach of
tion through adaptation, redesign or modification of the Confidential Information any of covenants herein contained to be performed by the other party or failure by
through any type of media; either party to exercise or enforce its rights or remedy hereto shall be construed as
b) The course participant shall not use PTTSB’s Confidential Information for any purpose a waiver of any other breach of the same or of any other covenant or condition of
other than in connection with the course and as permitted hereunder. this this terms and conditions.

If any provision of this terms and conditions shall be prohibited by or adjudged by

the courts to be unlawful void or unenforceable, such provision shall to the extent
required, be severed from this terms and conditions and rendered ineffective as far
as possible without modifying the remaining provisions of this terms and condi-
tions and shall not in any way effect any circumstances or the validity or enforce-
ment of this terms and conditions.