PENANGGUHAN KURSUS DAN PEPERIKSAAN CPSI 18-22 April 2020

Dengan segala hormatnya pihak kami PSAM merujuk kepada perkara di atas. Dukacita dimaklumkan bahawa kursus dan peperiksaan tersebut terpaksa ditangguhkan ke satu tarikh baru setelah mengambil kira ancaman COVID-19 yang kini sedang melanda dunia termasuk di negara kita. Keputusan ini telah dibuat selepas perbincangan yang panjang lebar dengan wakil daripada IPSI (International Playground Safety Institute) […]

Kick Off Pilot Project: MS 966 – Playground Equipment – Safety Performance For Public Use & MS 2665 – Playground Surfacing

Collaborative Partners for Pilot Project for MS 966:17 and MS2665:17 with JSM are as follows: Standards Malaysia Jabatan Landskap Negara PSAM MP Sepang MD Kuala Selangor Perbadanan Putrajaya Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd KLCC Urusharta DBKL Congratulations to Jabatan Standards Malaysia(JSM), Jabatan Landskap Negara (JLN) and Playground Safety Association of Malaysia (PSAM) on the launching of […]

FT Authorities Adopt New Guidelines to Improve Playground Safety Standards

The Federal Territories Ministry has adopted 12 new guidelines to improve safety in playgrounds, including encouraging greater parental supervision and installing guard rails. These guidelines require playground equipment manufacturers, playground owners or operators, parents and children to play their part to make playgrounds safer. Certified playground-safety inspector Noriah Mat said a budget of RM50,000 had […]

Safety, Variety For Playgrounds, Not Mere Profit

Fatimah (centre) and Wahap (left) inspecting the playground at the Buntal Waterfront during their visit. KUCHING: Local councils and developers have been reminded to put safety as the utmost priority when developing children’s playgrounds. According to Welfare, Women and Family Development Minister Datuk Fatimah Abdullah, this is to ensure that children who frequent playgrounds will […]

Policy to Ensure Playground Safety

Children’s playgrounds can be found in almost every neighborhood across Malaysia, but parents often lament their lack of appropriate safety measures. No official records are kept on injuries that occur on playgrounds, but data from an orthopedic health blog indicates that 17 percent of broken spines cases among children were the result of playground accidents. Undersecretary for […]

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