Monday, 20 February 2017

New Atomic Energy Bill expected to improve safety measures

The Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) hopes that the Atomic Energy Bill that will be replacing the Atomic Energy Licensing Act 1984 (Act 304) could be finalised this year.

The Bill would have a better scope for radiation safety, security of radioactive and nuclear materials as well as safeguard nuclear materials mainly for industrial use.

AELB chief director Hamrah Mohd Ali said they have been doing research on the amendment since 2011 after taking into account several factors, including atomic energy control as well as safety aspects for workers who are dealing with it, both public and environmental.

He said AELB had previously conducted a comprehensive and detailed legislative research for the amendments before submitting it to the Attorney General (AG) for further action and finalisation.

“As the act (Act 304) has been used for the past 35 years, it is timely for us to make amendments in line with the current developments and International standards on this.

“For this matter, we have also discussed with our stakeholders before sending in the drafts to the AG,” he said.

Friday, 17 February 2017

ARAMCO Inspectors

Currently recruiting the following positions. (Send CV by email to

1) ARAMCO Approved NDT Technicians (UT/RTFI/MT)
2) ARAMCO Approved level 2 Coating Inspectors
3) ARAMCO Approved PAUT / ToFD Inspectors
4) ARAMCO Approved QC Welding Inspectors

Thursday, 16 February 2017

HSE Inspectors (offshore Sarawak)

Good Day,

I'm looking for 4 HSE Inspectors to be based at offshore Sarawak. Contract
until end May. Looking for candidates that are available immediately.

Min requirements: 10 years experience in HSE, prefer from pipelay & barge or
offshore. Valid DOSH SHO greenbook, BOSIET, offshore medical fitness
certificate issued by Petronas AME.

For interested candidates, send updated cv to

Due date: 17th Feb 17 (Friday)

Pls share with your contacts, thank you