Nasihat KKM Atasi Perebakan Covid-19 Di Tempat Kerja

Sumber Grafik: Jabatan Penerangan Malaysia

Sejak bermulanya pandemik COVID-19 pada 25 Januari 2020 sehingga 26 Mei 2021, sebanyak 1,085 kluster tempat kerja telah dilaporkan dengan jumlah 129,322 kes.Namun kebelakangan ini, terdapat peningkatan tren kluster tempat kerja yang semakin membimbangkan.

Bermula 1 April 2021 sehingga 26 Mei 2021, sebanyak 287 kluster tempat kerja telah dilaporkan dengan jumlah 17,087 kes. Daripada jumlah itu, 233 kluster tempat kerja ini adalah masih aktif, melibatkan sejumlah 16,785 kes aktif. 

Tiga negeri yang melaporkan jumlah kluster tempat kerja yang tertinggi dalam tempoh ini merupakan negeri Selangor dengan 74 kluster (25.78%), negeri Johor dengan 53 kluster (18.47%) dan negeri Pulau Pinang dengan 31 kluster (10.80%).

Analisa terperinci sub-kategori tempat kerja pula mendapati sektor pengilangan melaporkan bilangan kluster yang tertinggi berbanding sub-kategori yang lain, iaitu sebanyak 132 kluster (46 %) dalam tempoh yang sama. Ini diikuti dengan sektor perkhidmatan yang melaporkan 57 kluster (20 %). 

Walaupun kerajaan telah mengumumkan pelaksanaan PKP 3.0 bermula pada 12 Mei 2021, namun tren kluster di tempat kerja masih tidak menunjukkan penurunan yang ketara. 

Sebanyak 115 kluster tempat kerja dengan 5,392 kes telah dilaporkan di antara 12 Mei 2021 sehingga 26 Mei 2021 di mana lebih separuh daripada jumlah tersebut melibatkan sektor pengilangan (62 kluster, 53.4 %).

Oleh itu, KKM menyambut baik inisiatif Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri (MITI) memperkenalkan SOP baharu dikenali sebagai Safe@Work bagi mengimbangi kelangsungan operasi perkilangan dengan pengawalan COVID-19 seperti penubuhan pasukan kecemasan

COVID-19 oleh pihak syarikat, sanitasi berkala premis, dan memastikan penginapan selesa bagi pekerja.

KKM menasihatkan para majikan untuk memastikan langkahlangkah berikut adalah dilaksanakan di tempat kerja:

• Penyediaan tempat mencuci tangan atau hand sanitizer;

• Pekerja mengenakan pelitup muka setiap masa;

• Amalan penjarakan sosial yang selamat iaitu sekurang-kurangya 1 meter termasuk di ruang kerja dan ruang makan;

• Elakkan pekerja berkumpul di ruang yang sempit (confined space)

• Elakkan terlalu ramai pekerja bersama pada satu masa (crowded place)

• Amalkan jarak 1 meter semasa bertutur (close conversation)

• Kerap melaksanakan proses nyah kuman dan nyah cemar, terutamanya di ruang guna sama;

Majikan juga disaran proaktif dalam memastikan langkahlangkah pencegahan penularan COVID-19 turut diambil dan diikuti oleh pekerja di tempat penginapan mereka seperti berikut:

• Elakkan 3C / 3S seperti yang telah disarankan;

• Pastikan katil atau tempat tidur disusun mengikut penjarakkan sekurang-kurangya 1 hingga 2 meter antara satu sama lain;

• Elakkan penyediaan makanan secara berkumpulan atau beramai-ramai;

• Elakkan makan beramai-ramai di ruang makan;

• Pastikan tempat tonton TV atau ruang rehat tidak sesak pada masa yang sama;

• Pastikan kebersihan tempat penginapan termasuk tandas dan persekitarannya sentiasa dijaga dengan kerap menjalankan sanitasi dan pembersihan.

Bagi pekerja-pekerja pula, adalah diingatkan supaya sentiasa mematuhi SOP yang ditetapkan semasa di tempat kerja dengan menjaga keselamatan diri, memakai pelitup muka, tidak bersembang dekat, menjaga kebersihan tempat makan atau fasiliti gunasama dan memantau gejala, serta memaklumkan kepada majikan dengan kadar segera sekiranya bergejala. 

Elakkan datang bertugas bagi mengurangkan risiko penyebaran penyakit dan dapatkan pemeriksaan segera.

Kerjasama semua pihak amat diperlukan bagi memastikan tempat kerja dan penginapan pekerja berada dalam keadaan yang kondusif dan selamat untuk digunakan. Ini akan mengurangkan risiko jangkitan COVID-19 dan juga lain-lain jangkitan.

Sumber: Facebook KKM/28 MEI 2021

Pesawat Israel Bukan Intip

     Foto Sumber: Air Team Images

SINGAPURA - Sebuah pesawat Israel yang mengelilingi ruang udara Singapura awal bulan ini didakwa melakukan demonstrasi produk komersial untuk sebuah firma teknologi pertahanan iaitu ST Engineering.

Seorang jurucakap firma itu memberitahu portal berita Today pada 27 Mei bahawa pesawat Boeing 737-400 itu digunakan dalam satu demonstrasi firma berkenaan yang mempunyai pejabatnya di Paya Lebar, lapor AGENSI.

Demonstrasi itu dilakukan di ruang udara dan wilayah perairan Singapura.

Jurucakap tersebut berkata, demonstrasi itu telah selesai dan persediaan dilakukan untuk pesawat berkenaan meninggalkan negara tersebut.

Pesawat tersebut milik sebuah anak syarikat Israel, Aerospace Industries (IAI) yang juga pengeluar peralatan penerbangan dan ketenteraan milik rejim Zionis.

Bagaimanapun, firma ST Engineering itu tidak memberikan maklumat terperinci tentang demonstrasi tersebut dan apakah sebenarnya yang dibawa oleh pesawat berkenaan.

Berdasarkan kepada pemeriksaan menerusi laman sesawang penerbangan FlightRadar24, portal berita tersebut melaporkan bahawa pesawat itu terbang di barat daya Singapura pada Isnin dan Selasa lalu.

Singapura sebelum ini mempunyai sejarah hubungan dua hala dengan Israel setelah menjalin hubungan diplomatik dengan rejim Zionis selepas berpisah dengan Malaysia pada tahun 1965.

Baru-baru ini pesawat berkenaan mencetuskan tanda tanya apabila ia terbang selama beberapa jam di ruang udara Singapura.

Penerbangan pesawat itu turut menimbulkan spekulasi bahawa ia kemungkinan digunakan untuk tujuan perisikan.

Jurnal Defence Security Asia yang berpangkalan di Kuala Lumpur baru-baru ini melaporkan Pihak Berkuasa Penerbangan Awam Malaysia (CAAM) sedang melakukan siasatan berhubung laporan sebuah pesawat Israel yang dilengkapi peralatan elektronik sensitif telah terbang di ruang udara Malaysia.

Kapal terbang Boeing itu kemudian dikesan telah mendarat di sebuah pangkalan tentera di Singapura.

Spekulasi pengintipan itu timbuL kerana pesawat Boeing tersebut terbang di ruang udara Singapura selepas gencatan senjata dipersetujui antara Israel dengan Hamas pada Jumaat minggu lalu bagi menamatkan serangan tentera rejim Zionis di Gaza selama 11 hari.

Dalam serangan tentera Israel itu, lebih 200 penduduk di Gaza terkorban dan lebih 1,900 lagi cedera manakala lebih 12 orang di Israel terbunuh. 

SUMBER: Agensi


10 MOST AMAZING MOSQUES IN SELANGOR

    Foto Sumber: Ezry Abdul Rahman

Selangor is home to various cultural and religious tourism attractions as Malaysia is well-blessed with cultural diversity. Here is a list put together by Tourism Selangor on 10 most amazing mosques in Selangor.


1 Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque

2 Puncak Alam Mosque

3 Sultan Abdul Samad Mosque

4 Sultan Suleiman Royal Mosque

5 As-Salam Mosque

6 Tengku Ampuan Jemaah Mosque

7 Raja Haji Fi Sabilillah Mosque

8 Ara Damansara Mosque

9 Jamek Ar-Rahimah Mosque

10 Sultan Ala’eddin Royal Mosque


Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque

The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque is the State Mosque of Selangor located in Shah Alam. It is the largest mosque in Malaysia and second largest in South East Asia. 

The mosque is also widely-known as the “Blue Mosque” with reference to its majestic blue and silver dome and is a result of interesting architectural features and stunning interior with a combination of modern and traditional Middle Eastern and Malay designs. It can accommodate 16,000 people at one time and offers various facilities to its visitors.

 

Puncak Alam Mosque

Puncak Alam Mosque is the first largest mosque in Puncak Alam. The mosque which covers 9.5 acres can accommodate approximately 5,000 worshippers at one time. Officiated in the year 2015, the mosque features modern mediteranian design concept and is also equipped with convenient facilities.


Sultan Abdul Samad Mosque

The mosque is located in Sepang and can be seen if you are making your way to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Sultan Abdul Samad Mosque is also known as the KLIA Mosque to tourists and it was built in conjunction with the opening of KLIA in the year 2000. 

The design features architectural influence from both Middle Eastern and Malay cultures and the mosque can accommodate 8,000 worshippers at a time.


Sultan Suleiman Royal Mosque

The Sultan Suleiman Mosque also known as the Royal Mosque is located in Klang and was inaugurated by Sultan Alauddin Shah in the year 1932. The mosque which was built as an octaonal garden pavillion-style structure also features a combination of western art decoration and neoclassical Cathedral design. It was closed temporarily in 2015 and resumed operation in 2017 after an upgrade, and continues to become a popular mosque to Klang residents and tourists until today.


As-Salam Mosque

As-Salam Mosque located in Taman Puchong Perdana is also known as the Floating Mosque; the one and only in Selangor. The mesmerising golden dome as well as its extraordinary location within Puchong Lake are some of the reasons why countless of people have visited this mosque. It was completed in 2006 and can accommodate 4,000 worshippers at one time. It is also extremely beautiful in the evening and at dusk.


Tengku Ampuan Jemaah Mosque

Tengku Ampuan Jemaah Mosque is a mosque located in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam. It is the second State Mosque of Selangor after the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque. It was built in 2010 and officially opened in March 13, 2013. 

The exterior is mainly decorated with inscriptions from the Quran and the clean design is based on typical Middle Eastern Islamic architecture. It also features a central dome and four massive identical minarets. The mosque can hold 5,000 worshippers and also serves as a community centre.


Raja Haji Fi Sabilillah Mosque

The mosque which was opened on June 22nd, 2016 became the first mosque in Malaysia to receive a Platinum – Green Building Index award. It is located in Cyberjaya, a town 30 km north of KLIA, and also known as the Green Mosque as it was constructed based on environmental-friendly concept. 

The mosque uses energy-efficeient LED lights, natural air ventilation, rooftop solar panels and a rainwater harvesting system to accommodate over 8,300 worshippers. Elevators for the elderly and disabled are available as well as a wedding function room and children’s playground.


Ara Damansara Mosque

It is the first mosque built in the township of Ara Damasara, located in Petaling Jaya. It was officially opened in January 2015 and features exciting urban Islamic architecture. 

Occupying 6 acres of land, it can hold 1,500 worshippers at a time. Taking the Green Building Index concept, the mosque incorporates many environmental-friendly features. There is also a mini playground and other convenient facilities.

Jamek Ar-Rahimah Mosque

Jamek Ar-Rahimah Mosque, a mosque located in Hulu Selangor is mainly the centre of worship for the local community. The mosque is basically a preferred stop-over for muslim tourists before heading to Fraser Hills.

 It was officially opened in November, 2002, and can accommodate a total of 3,500 worshippers. The mosque features classic English concept with tall, elegant minarets. The mosque has a single large dome in the middle, flanked by four smaller domes on either side.


Sultan Ala’eddin Royal Mosque

The mosque also known as Masjid Alauddin or Masjid Bandar was constructed in the early of 1900s and is situated about 200 meters from the Bandar Palace. It is almost a hundred year-old and can only hold approximately 800 worshippers at a time. 

The mosque has become a historical monument of Selangor, with intricate wood carvings on the exterior, while the interior features inscriptions from the Quran. The design features a fusion of Indian-Muslim and Middle Eastern cultures.


Conclusion

Mosques in Selangor are not only must-visit places during festive seasons. Apart from being a place of worship, they are also open to tourists to experience the amazing architectural diversity. However, the capacity of the mosques is subjected to the SOPs set by the Malaysian Security Council post-pandemic.

Those who manage to visit the mosques must always register their entry through “SElangkah:Langkah Masuk Dengan Selamat” mobile application, maintain social distancing, apply hand sanitizers on a regular basis and wear face masks at all times.

You may log on to Tourism Selangor’s official website, www.selangor.travel for inspiration on your travel to Selangor in the future. Tourism Selangor’s Pusing Selangor Dulu Campaign Promotional Video featuring Ambassador, Che Puan Juliana Evans can also be watched in 4K resolution on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHzQdXhtBo0 .

For more information, please log on to the official website of Tourism Selangor at Selangor.Travel.

SOURCE: TOURISM SELANGOR

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