Industry 4.0 organisation – Maturity Level

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Industry 4.0 organisation – Maturity Level
Commenting Period
23/04/2020 – 15/06/2020
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This standard specifies required maturity levels for each activity to benchmark the level of implementation of Industry 4.0 (I4.0) in a manufacturing organisation.
This document can also be applied to certain manufacturing related services, if applicable.

This standard was developed with the following objectives:
a) to provide benchmark to gauge an organisation’s readiness and its maturity level; and
b) to act as guideline for implementing and further improvement in achieving higher level of I4.0 implementation.

Specification for competence of industrial designers

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Specification for competence of industrial designers
Commenting Period
14/04/2020 – 21/05/2020
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This standard specifies the competence requirements for industrial designer professionals involved in creating commercialisable designs.

This standard establishes the base for professional knowledge, skills, attributes and other requirements necessary for the industrial designer(s) to bring quality to the design work created and to perform a job effectively.

This standard does not cover the following:
– requirements that are specific to a particular design discipline (or category);
– prescribed routes for attainment of knowledge and understanding; and
– specific qualifications or levels of design qualifications.

This standard was developed with the objectives to set a framework for assessing the competency and commitment of professional industrial designers; to develop a comprehensive guidance document for those involved in educating and training of industrial designers; as basis for the design of continuing education programmes and learning opportunities; and to benchmark industrial designer competencies against other recognised/professional standards.

Environmental protection and enhancement works for projects

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Environmental protection and enhancement works for projects
Commenting Period
13/04/2020 – 13/05/2020
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This standard is developed to provide a comprehensive guide to prepare tender documents for projects in accordance with technical requirements incorporating the latest environmental protection, mitigation and enhancement measures. This standard incorporates the current technical requirements such as policies, legislation and needs of other various external technical agencies that have been identified as stakeholders of construction projects in Malaysia. This standard provides pictorial guidance and standard drawings for best management practices based on current needs. This standard was developed based on JKR document published in 2015.

This standard provides requirement and comprehensive guide on environmental management that covers planning, design, procurement, construction and handing over of projects for roads, building, marine structure (coastal), airports and railways. This standard provides guidance and standard drawings for Best Management Practices (BMPs) based on current needs. This standard is applicable to both conventional and design and build projects.

Guidelines for Technology Commercialisation

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Guidelines for Technology Commercialisation
Commenting Period
31/12/2019 – 31/01/2020
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An organisation’s ability to innovate is recognised as a key factor for sustained growth, economic viability, increased wellbeing, and the development of society. The process of taking inventions from an idea or innovations to the marketplace or commercialisation can be quite challenging. Technology transfer is the process of transferring skills, knowledge, technologies, methods of manufacturing, samples of manufacturing and facilities among governments or universities and other institutions to ensure that scientific and technological developments are accessible to a wider range of users who can then further develop and exploit the technology into new products, processes, applications, materials or services.

The transfer of technology to parties capable of commercialisation may originate by technology push (from the research side) and market pull (from the industry side). Whilst many know what will differentiate an organisation from tomorrow’s competition, the reality however is that most organisations, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) find it difficult to understand what innovation is and how to commercialise it.

This standard is intended to fill the gap by providing a simple and practical approach for technology commercialisation. This standard covers the pre project phase to production phase right through to project launch and culminating in recommendations for continual improvement after the post market launch. While not all parts of this standard will be of equal use to all types of organisation, all core subjects are mostly relevant to every organisation.

Specification for Joint Plates and Shoes for Precast Concrete Piles

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Specification for Joint Plates and Shoes for Precast Concrete Piles
Commenting Period
17/12/2019 – 14/1/2020
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This standard specifies the requirements for joint plates and shoes which are intended to be used in manufacturing of concrete piles as described in MS 1314:Part 1 to MS 1314:Part 6.

This standard does not cover the installation and jointing of piles on site.

This standard was developed with the following objectives:
a) to understand the requirements and importance of pile joints for building and civil engineering works.
b) to provide comprehensive standard that specifies requirements for joints plates and shoes for precast concrete piles and
to be used as a guidance by users and manufacturers.

Requirements for Malaysian Phytosanitary Certification Assurance Scheme (MPCA)

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Requirements for Malaysian Phytosanitary Certification Assurance Scheme (MPCA)
Commenting Period
1/11/2019 – 30/11/2019
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Highlights: This Code of Agricultural Practice was developed by the Project Committee on Malaysian Phytosanitary Certification Assurance Scheme jointly established by SIRIM Berhad and the Department of Agriculture Malaysia.

This Code of Agricultural Practice was developed with the following objectives:
a) to give guidance in the management of Malaysian Phytosanitary Certification Assurance (MPCA) Scheme; and
b) to facilitate understanding on the responsibility of stakeholders that are involved in the scheme.

Herbal extracts – Specification – Part 9: Pegaga (Centella asiatica (L.) Urb.) spray dried aqueous extract

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Herbal extracts – Specification – Part 9: Pegaga (Centella asiatica (L.) Urb.) spray dried aqueous extract
Commenting Period
1/11/2019 – 30/11/2019
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Highlights: SIRIM/MOA Standard is developed through collaboration with SIRIM which provides requirements, specifications, guidelines or characteristics that can be used to ensure that materials, products, processes and services are fit for their purpose. The SIRIM/MOA standard series is intended to complement the existing Malaysian Standards on herbs and the Malaysian herbal monograph for the improvement of the quality and safety of herbal substances and extracts produced. This standard specifies the requirements for the production of spray dried aqueous extract derived from the whole plant of pegaga (Centella asiatica (L.) Urb.) which includes extraction method, drying technique, quality and safety tests and packaging and storage requirements of the herbal extract.

Herbal extracts – Specification – Part 2: Dukung anak (Phyllanthus niruri L.) spray dried aqueous extract

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Herbal extracts – Specification – Part 2: Dukung anak (Phyllanthus niruri L.) spray dried aqueous extract
Commenting Period
1/11/2019 – 30/11/2019
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Highlights: SIRIM/MOA Standard is developed through collaboration with SIRIM which provides requirements, specifications, guidelines or characteristics that can be used to ensure that materials, products, processes and services are fit for their purpose. The SIRIM/MOA standard series is intended to complement the existing Malaysian Standards on herbs and the Malaysian herbal monograph for the improvement of the quality and safety of herbal substances and extracts produced. This standard specifies the requirements for the production of spray dried aqueous extract derived from leaves of dukung anak (Phyllanthus niruri L.) which includes extraction method, drying technique, quality and safety tests and packaging and labelling requirements of the herbal extract.