Safety and Health Assessment System In Construction (SHASSIC) Assessor
Safety and Health Assessment System in Construction or SHASSIC is an independent method to assess and evaluate the safety and health performance of a contractor in construction works/ projects. SHASSIC was developed by a Technical Committee comprises of industry stakeholders. It was published as Construction Industry Standard or CIS 10:2008 in November 2008
Continuous Contractor Development Program (CCD Programme)
The Continuous Contractor Development Program (CCD Programme) were designed for continuous personal soft skill development among construction personnel. Participants who successfully completed the training will receive CCD points & Certificate of Attendance from CIDB Holdings.
Construction Personnel Competency Based Training Programme (CCP)
The Construction Personnel Competency Based Training Programmes were designed to provide certification to construction personnel on various disciplines of the industry. Participants who successfully completed the training will receive CCD points & Certificate of Attendance from CIDB Holdings. Those who passed the courses will receive Certificate of Achievement from CIDB Malaysia.
Quality, Safety, Security Health & Environment Programme (QSHE)
The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) came into force in February 1994. It covers all economic sectors, including the public services and statutory, except those subjected to the Merchant Shipping Ordinance and the armed forces.
CIS 7 Assessor Competency Course
Quality Assessment System in Construction (QLASSIC) is a certification scheme developed by CIDB and assessment is carried out based on the Construction Industry Standard (CIS 7) to measure quality level achieved in a completed project.
IBS Professional Training Programme
This training programme is meant for IBS professionals, targetting architects, civil engineers, quantity surveyors, mechanical and electrical engineers involved in building projects.
Industrial seminars are platforms for industry players to share insights, ideas and experiences, as well as to form better understanding among the players and the way forward for the local construction industry.
CIDBH is the enabler for trainings and knowledge transfer programmes such as the Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP), apprenticeship programmes held in collaboration with industry partners, and G2G (government to government) skills training and assessment programmes.