“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a
You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make. ― Jane Goodall
M Env Mgmt, B AppSc (Hons) Environmental Biology, Grad. Dip Environmental Toxicology and Pollution Monitoring, AIEMA
Amarjit is a technical expert on the Malaysian National Mirror Committee for ISO TC207 SC1 (Technical Committee for the development and revision of Environmental Management System Standards) representing Malaysian National Mirror Committee ISCZ/TC1 and was an expert on the Working Groups developing ISO 14001:2015, ISO 14004:2016 and 17-21-2. She has also particpated in the development of other ISO standards including ISO 14005, 19011, 14069 and 14016 on phased implementation of an EMS, auditing, carbon footprints and assurance of environmental reports, respectively. Since the publication of ISO 14001:2015, she has provided training and seminars nationally and internationally for organisations such as the Swedish Standards Institute, Department of Standards Malaysia, SIRIM, APEC-Pacific Accreditation Cooperation, the Indian and Indonesia accreditation bodies, NABCB and KAN respectively in several cities in India, Jakarta, Colombo, Kuala Lumpur and Hanoi. She has been a guest speaker on the Developing Countries Workshop held in conjunction with the annual ISO TC207 Plenary meetings for the last three years.
Amarjit has been involved in delivering EMS, OHSMS and food safety and integrated management system related training courses and consultancy and auditing services to a range of industrial and service based clients in Malaysia, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia. She has worked with clients in the construction and other sectors in developing sustainability objectives, provided training in business continuity and the EHS aspects of project management. She has conducted sustainability assessments for communities in Indonesia and New Zealand and was appointed as an Assessor for the Prime Minister’s Hibiscus Award in 2009 and 2013 and is an IEMA UK approved trainer for several recognised courses.
BSc (Hons) Science and Technology and currently pursuing a Postgraduate DIploma in OHS management at University of Adelaide and Master of Science in OS&H Management at Cyberjaya University College of Medical Science.
Haslayati has contributed on the development of ISO 45001 standard through her membership on ISCW (Malaysian National Standards Development Committee on OH&S) TC/W/6 the Malaysia Mirror Committee for PC283. She currently represents Malaysia on ISO TC 283 (ISO Technical Committee on OH&S Management) and participated in the TC’s inaugural meeting in the UK in September 2018 and is actively participating in TC 283 Working Group 3 (WG3) on developing the ISO 45001- Implementation Handbook as a task group leader. She was also a technical expert on ISO/CASCO/JWG 48 that developed ISO/IEC TS 17021-10 the standard on competence requirements for certification auditors of occupational health & safety management system which has now been published. Currently Haslayati is a member of ISCW SWO-Wp-TC1 Working Group on Emergency Planning and Response (WG/W/6-1) and translating ISO 45001:2018 into Bahasa Malaysia on behalf of ISCW. She had actively participated in the National Stakeholders Consultation for ISO/DIS 45001 organised by DSM/SIRIM in April 2016 and facilitated MSOSH’s Public Comment Process for the Draft MS ISO 45001:2018. She is also a management committee member of the Malaysian Society for Occupational Safety and Health (MSOSH) and host the chairmanship of the MSOSH OSH Guidance Committee.
Haslayati has experience in developing and managing integrated managements systems (quality, safety, environmental and food safety). She has worked as a Technical Officer at a wetland park which involved monitoring environmental parameters and managing day-to-day park operations and as a Safety Officer in the service sector. She has successfully facilitated the implementation of an integrated safety, health and environmental management system in a large property development organisation and is involved in conducting safety and health audits of an infrastructure project in the Klang Valley. She was a member of a team involved in a project to assist a large Malaysian conglomerate with operations in Singapore, Australia, Indonesia, China and Hong Kong in improving its safety and health performance. She is an approved trainer for delivering several IOSH UK certified courses and is currently delivering IOSH recognised safety and health courses to a Malaysian conglomerate with interests in property development and oil palm.
BSc Env Management
Amira joined SHEMSI after graduating from university with a degree in environmental management. She has been assisting the other consultants in providing consultancy and training projects and developing training material. She has been involved in projects such as reviewing the safety and health performance of a conglomerate with operations in Singapore, Australia, Indonesia, China and Hong Kong, development of roles, responsibilities as well as competence requirements that incorporate sustainability for clients and assisting in the conduct of audits. More recently Amira has been working with our principal consultant in assisting Bursa Malaysia with developing their sustainability reporting guidelines and training material and participating in providing workshops for their listed issuers. She is currently developing guidelines for a sustainability award structure and identifying best practice guidelines for sustainability reporting. She has assisted in the development of a sustainability reporting award structure for a client and shortlisted submitted sustainability reports in 2016 and 2017. She has also assisted in the development of roles and responsibilities as well as competence requirements that incorporated sustainability for clients. She is involved in managing the delivery of GRI training courses in Malaysia on behalf of NCSR Indonesia.
Wong Kit Ying
BSc Env Science, Certificate IV in OSH at a recognised Australian training institute and currently pursuing a Diploma in Work Health and Safety at a recognised Australian training institute.
Kit Ying joined SHEMSI after spending almost two years at an established oil palm organisation in Indonesia as a management trainee and has been assisting in the provision of SHEMSI’s services to clients. She has been managing IOSH approved safety and health training for a Malaysian conglomerate with interests in property development and oil palm. She has developed localised IOSH material and is assisting in delivering OSH related training courses. She is currently involved in conducting safety and health audits of an infrastructure project in the Klang Valley.