PAC Testing & Consulting Sdn Bhd
15 & 15-01,
Jalan Setia Tropika 1/2,
Taman Setia Tropika,
81200 Johor Bahru,
Johor, Malaysia.
+607-2373433/ 36
+607-2373432
enquiry@pactesting.com
pac@pactesting.com

Welcome to PAC Testing & Consulting Sdn Bhd

PAC TESTING & Consulting Sdn. Bhd. is an Accredited testing company under ISO/1EC 17025 has been involved in laboratory and also on site testing since 2002. We are providing services for environmental, safety and health and training to industries and individual utility that complying with the Department of Environment (DOE) and the Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) standard.
 
We are dedicated to the successful completion of every task in order to ensure the highest possible quality, accuracy and reliability. Through services and confidentiality, we seek to earn the trust of each and every client. Our philosophy involves the creation of partnerships with our clients.
 
As time goes by, we have grown and today we stand proudly with our professional team and our experience in order to serve our clients with high quality services and cost effective.

Submission For DOE Approval

Written Notification and Written Declaration

PAC provides documentation services for submission to obtain DOE Approval for Installation of Air Pollution Control System (APCS) such as:

1. Design and Fabrication of APCS.
2. Preparation of APCS Performance Monitoring Programme.
3. Installation of gauges such as Pressure Differential Meter.
4. Carry out Performance Monitoring FOR APCS.
 
System identification such as:
  • Dust Collector
  • Scrubber
  • Cyclone
  • Generator set
  • Fume Cupboard
  • Spray Booth
  • Oven
  • Boiler

Noise Risk Assessment (NRA)

To comply with Occupational Safety and Health (Noise Exposure) Regulations 2019.

The objectives of noise risk assessment are to:
  • To identify all employees likely to be exposed to excessive noise.
  • To obtain information on noise sources and work practices that will help to reduce noise in workplace.
  • To check the effectiveness of existing measures taken to reduce noise exposure.
  • To help in the selection of appropriate personal hearing protector (PHP).
  • To demarcate hearing protection zones.
  • To determine the need for establishing and implementing Hearing Conservation Program (HCP).


Air (Stack) Emission Monitoring

The purpose of this monitoring was to determine the quality of air emitted to the atmosphere from the designated chimneys (stacks). Findings of the monitoring are to be compared with the limits of the Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulation 2014.

PAC has extensive experience in conducting source emissions tests for industrial facilities and utilities. PAC conforms to US EPA Methods as well as Malaysian Standard Methods requirement.



Engineering Control & Local Exhaust Ventilation Inspection and Testing (LEV)

  • To comply with Occupational Safety and Health (Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health) Regulations 2000.
  • To determine the proper use, effectiveness and efficiency of the local exhaust ventilation system (engineering control equipment) and to detect malfunction of the system installed at work place.

Water Sampling and Analysis

Industrial Effluent
  • Effluent Standard: Discharge Limits for Industrial Effluent based on Environmental Quality (Industrial Effluent) Regulations, 2009 (Malaysia).

Sewage Water
  • Refer to The Environmental Quality (Sewage) Regulations 2009.

Drinking Water
  • Refer to The Standard for Water (based on Food Act 1983 as at 1st March 2013), 25th A Schedule (sub regulation 394 (1)).

Marine Water
  • Under Malaysia Marine Water Quality Criteria and Standard.

Stream Water
  • Based on the National Water Quality Standard Malaysia.


Audio Metric Testing

  • To comply with Occupational Safety and Health (Noise Exposure) Regulations 2019.
  • To monitor the hearing level of employees exposed to noise.
  • Any changes in hearing levels over time revealed by audiometry shall be thoroughly investigated as to their causes and the need for corrective action.
  • An audiometric testing program shall be available to any employee exposed to NEL.

Occupational Safety and Health Training Services

To comply with Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994 and Factories and Machinery Act, 1967.

List of training program:
  • Occupational Safety And Health Awareness (1 day)
  • Hearing Conservation Program Training (1 day)
  • Accident Investigation and Reporting (1 day)
  • Fire Safety & Fire Fighting Technique ( 1day or 2 days)
  • Emergency Response Plan and Preparedness (1 day)
  • Chemical Safety Management (1 day)
  • Forklift Safety Training (1 day)
  • Basic First Aid and CPR Training (1 day)
  • PPE Programme (1 day)
  • Ergonomics at the Workplace (1 day)
1. All training courses are claimable from HRDF under the SBL Scheme.
2. All courses are conducted In-house.
3. Participant will receive certificate of attendance upon completion of the training.
4. Course content for each training is available upon request.



Chemical Health Risk Assessment - CHRA

Stipulated under Occupational Safety and Health (Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health) Regulations 2000.

The CHRA is an assessment to determine the level of risk and the adequacy of existing control measures during use, handling, storage or transportation of chemicals hazardous to health at workplace.

The purposes of CHRA are to help employer to evaluate and to take appropriate decision on:

  • the adequacy of control measures.
  • the induction and training of employees.
  • the necessity of exposure monitoring programme.
  • the necessity of medical surveillance programme.

The objectives of the CHRA are:
  • To identify the hazards posed by each chemical use within the workplace.
  • To evaluate the degree of exposure of employees to the chemicals hazardous to health, either through inhalation, dermal or ingestion.
  • To evaluate the adequacy of existing control measures.
  • To conclude the risk of chemicals used.
  • To recommend further appropriate control measures and prioritise actions to be taken to prevent or reduce risk.


Chemical Exposure Monitoring

Stipulated under Occupational Safety and Health (Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health) Regulations 2000.
 
The objective of this monitoring are:
  • To identify workers are exposed to the chemical hazardous to health according to their job category.
  • To measure the worker exposure level to the chemical hazardous to health.
  • To recommend the required control measures.

Boundary Noise Monitoring



The purpose of this monitoring was to determine the noise level at factory boundary. Findings of the monitoring are to be compared with the Schedule 1 of The Planning Guidelines for Environmental Noise Limit and Control, 2004 by the Department of Environment (DOE).
 

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