The Malaysian Construction Industry Development Board Act 1994

Original Language Title: Lembaga Pembangunan Industri Pembinaan Malaysia Act 1994

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Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 1 laws of MALAYSIA Act REPRINTING 520 ACT CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD MALAYSIA 1994 As at 1 December 2015 ISSUED by COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 2015 2 laws of Malaysia Act 520 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD ACT 1994 MALAYSIA Assent Date......... June 24, 1994, the date of publication in the Gazette of ... ... more July 7, 1994, last amended through Act A1407 commence on............ 1 June 2015 Reprint before Reprinting the first......... 2007 construction industry Development Board Malaysia 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 520 ACT CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD MALAYSIA 1994 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part i preliminary section 1. Short title, commencement and application 2. Interpretation part II BOARD 3. Board 4. Functions of the Board 5. Membership of the Board 6. Public servants 7. Power of Minister to give directions 8. Statements, reports, accounts and information 9. The power of the Board to set up committees of part III CHAIRMAN, officers, SERVANTS 10. Chairman of the 4 laws of Malaysia Act 520 section 11. The Chief Executive of 12. Appointment of officers and servants of the Board 13. Regulations in respect of service 14. Regulations concerning the discipline part IV FINANCIAL 15. Fund 16. Conservation Fund 17. Expenses shall be charged on the Fund 18. Expenditure and preparation of estimates 19. Act statutory bodies (accounts and annual reports) 1980 applies part V OTHER POWERS of the BOARD 20. Power to borrow 21. Power to lend 22. The investment of 23. Power to employ or appoint 24. Delegation of functions and powers of the Board part VI REGISTRATION and ACCREDITATION CONTRACTOR 25. Contractor registration 25a. Contractor accreditation 26. Express 27. The notice requires details of 28. Penalties for non-compliance notice 29. The penalty for carrying out construction work without a registered construction industry Development Board Malaysia 5 section 30. Notice to stop the construction of 31. Contractors subject to this Act part VII registration, accreditation, certification and TRAINING 32 CONSTRUCTION PERSONNEL. Interpretation 33. Construction personnel registration 33a. Accreditation and certification site supervisors and skilled construction workers 33B. Training institutions, etc.
Part VIIa STANDARDS and CODE of PRACTICE for the CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 33c. The Board shall recommend building materials 33d. Dealing with building materials that are not certified 33e. Notice by the Board for those who deal with building materials that are not certified 33f. Code of practice for the construction industry LEVY 34 part VIII. Imposition of levies 34a. The levy payable as a civil debt due to the Board Section VIIIa OBLIGATION CONTRACTOR 34B. The duty of the contractor 34c. Breach of obligations by contractors 6 laws of Malaysia Act 520 Section 34d. Deaths caused by the breach of an obligation by the contractor 34e. The duty of the person who manages or controls the construction site ENFORCEMENT and INVESTIGATION Division IX 35. Authorisation to an officer 35a. Power of investigation 35B. Card power 35 c. Search and seizure warrants with 35 d. Search and seizure without a warrant 35e. Inspection or testing of building materials, etc., seized 35f. Appointment of analysts 35g. Certificate of analysis 35h. Power to enter the premises, etc.
35i. Inspection 35j. Access to computerized data 35 k. A warrant is admissible notwithstanding defect 35l. List of things seized 35m. The power to require the attendance of the person who knew the case 35n. Examination of person who knew the case of 35o. Admissibility of statements in the description 35p. Sale and disposal of materials seized 35q. Building materials seized, etc., can dilucuthakkan 35r. The release of a thing seized 35s. The cost of holding equipment etc., seized 35t. There are no costs or damages arising from seizure can be retrieved 35u. Hurdle 35v. Police power of 35w. The extra power construction industry Development Board Malaysia 7 part X GENERAL Section 36. 37. The obligation of confidentiality The power to make regulations 38. Conduct of prosecution 38a. Attendance on behalf of the Board in civil proceedings 38B. Protection to the Board, etc.
38c. Compounding of offences 39. General penalty 39a. Offences by body corporate, etc.
40. Power to exclude 41. Transitional provision and saving first schedule second schedule of the third schedule of the Fourth Schedule 8 laws of Malaysia Act 520 construction industry Development Board Malaysia 9 laws of MALAYSIA Act 520 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD ACT 1994 MALAYSIA an act to establish the construction industry Development Board Malaysia and to provide for its functions relating to the construction industry and for matters connected therewith.
[Part I, II, III, IV, V, IX & s. 37, 38, 39 and 40 part X — 1 December 1994, P.U. (B) 534/1994;
Part VI & ss. 41 (1) of part X — 20 July 1995, P.U. (B) 339/1995; Part VIII & ss. 41 (2) part X — 1 October 1995, P.U. (B) 457/1995; Part VII — 1 July 1999, P.U. (B) 227/1999] BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part I preliminary short title, commencement and application 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the construction industry Development Board Act 1994 Malaysia and shall come into force on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette.
(2) this Act shall apply throughout Malaysia; However, the Minister may by order suspend the coming into operation of the whole or any of the provisions of this Act in any part of Malaysia.
10 laws of Malaysia Act 520 interpretation 2. (1) in this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "accreditation" means a procedure which the Board or any person authorized by the Board gave an official recognition that a body or person is competent to carry out a specific task relating to the construction industry;
"This Act" includes any subsidiary legislation made under this Act;
"Member" means a member of the Board including the Chairman;
"construction material" means any type, size and nature of the material, start, temporary, interim and ready, whether manufactured locally or imported that is used for the purpose of the construction industry;
"building" means any building or structure on a regular or temporary including any houses, huts, sheds or an enclosure beratap, whether used for residential purpose, human or otherwise, and also any walls, roofs, fences, platform, stage, gates, columns, pilar, fence spikes, frames, wall's, launcher, dock, Pier, Jetty, Poles celebrate, landing platform, roads or bridges, or any supporter of structure or base related to the previous mentioned and any other building as may be declared by the Minister as the buildings, by order published in the Gazette;
"deal" means the handling, use, sell, supply, market, transfer, sell or buy, whether wholesale or retail, import or export;
"artificial construction work" means techniques, methods or processes of construction, including the end product of construction works;
"construction industry" means the industry associated with the construction, including design, manufacturing, technology, materials and artificial construction work and services for the purposes of construction;
"training institution" means an institution, a place or premises that provide training and other related activities for construction personnel;
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 11 "construction work" means construction, extension, installation, repair, maintenance, renewal, transfer, modification, alteration, dismantling, or demolition of — (a) any building, edifice, structure, wall, fence or chimney, whether constructed wholly or partly above or below that of the Earth;
(b) any road, port, railway, Canal or cable routes, small airport;
(c) any drainage works, irrigation or river control works;
(d) any electrical work, mechanical, petrochemical, gas, water or telecommunications; or (e) any bridge, viaduct, dam, reservoir, earthworks, pipeline, duct stool, akueduk, sewer, drive, shaft, tunnel or reclamation works, and includes — (A) any work which forms an integral part of and should be or in preparation or temporary for the work described in paragraphs (a) to (e), including site clearance, research and improvement, earth-moving, excavation, the placing of the foundation stone, restoration and landscaping the site; or (B) the acquisition of materials, equipment or employees, which are necessarily required for any work described in paragraphs (a) to (e);
"Chief Executive Officer" means the Chief Executive appointed under section 11;
"code of practice" means any codes, guidelines, standards, rules, specifications or practices approved by the Board;
"contractor" means a person who carries on or prepare or undertakes to carry out or complete any construction works;

"registered contractor" means a person registered in accordance with this Act;
12 laws of Malaysia Act 520 "Fund" means the Fund established under section 15;
"training" includes providing or undergoing certain process to enhance skills and knowledge in relation to the construction industry;
"Board" means the Malaysian construction industry Development Board established under section 3;
"Minister" means the Minister for the time being charged with the responsibility for matters relating to public works;
"authorized officers" means — (a) an officer of the Board authorized under section 35; or (b) a police officer not below the rank of inspector under section 35v;
"General construction workers" means any employee or class of employees who are unskilled and taken for manual work;
"skilled construction workers" means any employee who holds the level of skills, knowledge, qualifications and experience for a trade or more as determined by the Board and that is listed in the third schedule;
"construction workers semi-skilled" means any employee who holds the level of skills, knowledge, qualifications and experience for a trade or more as determined by the Board;
"certification" means a procedure which the Board or any person authorized by the Board give written guarantees that a process, practices or services comply with the requirements of the particular;
"Chairman" means the Chairman of the Board appointed under section 5;
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 13 "Manager" means any officer of the Board hold a position equivalent to 41 above Grade in government service;
"construction project manager" means any employee who holds the level of skills, knowledge and experience received as determined and assigned to a site or any other such place to organize, plan, control and coordinate construction work from start to finish;
"construction site supervisors" means any employee who holds the level of skills, knowledge and experience that is assigned to a site or any other place to oversee such construction works;
"personnel" means — (a) General construction workers;
(b) construction workers semi-skilled;
(c) skilled construction workers;
(d) site supervisors;
(e) construction project manager; and (f) any other employees in the construction industry as determined by the Board;
"registered construction personnel" means a registered construction personnel or authorised in accordance with this Act;
"System Berindustri or SBB Construction" means construction techniques with it components made in a controlled environment, either at the site or offsite and so brought, placed and installed into the construction works;
"standards" have the same meaning as given to them in the Standard Malaysia Act 1996 [Act 549] and national skills development Act 2006 [Act 652]; and "company" have the same meaning as given to "the Corporation" under subsection 4 (1) of the companies Act 1965 [Act 125].
14 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (2) for the purposes of this Act, any person who has been awarded or have completed any contract for construction work, or undertakes to carry out, manage or completion of any construction works, or has run, manage or prepare any construction works shall be deemed to be a contractor unless the contrary is proved.
Part II Board 3. Then it is hereby established a body corporate called "construction industry Development Board of Malaysia", and can be referred to for all purposes with the acronym "CIDB", and that perpetual and have a common seal, which may sue and be sued on behalf of him and, subject to and for the purposes of this Act, may enter into contracts and can acquire, purchase, take, hold and enjoy any kind of movable and immovable property and may transfer , assign, surrender, refund, charge, mortgage, mendemiskan, assign the ownership, transfer or in any other manner dispose of, or make any business of any movable or immovable property or any interest thereon which are vested in the Board, in accordance with such terms as he thinks fit.
Functions Of The Board 4. (1) the function of the Board is — (a) to promote and stimulate the development, improvement and expansion of the construction industry;
(b) advise and make recommendations to the Federal Government and the State Government on matters affecting or relating to the construction industry;
(c) promote, stimulate and undertaking of research into any matter relating to the construction industry;
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 15 (d) to promote, stimulate and assist in the export of services relating to the construction industry;
(e) provide consultancy services and advice in respect of the construction industry;
(f) developing and promoting quality assurance in the construction industry;
(g) regulate the compliance standards for artificial construction and building materials;
(h) the get, post, start and maintain information relating to the construction industry including the establishment of information system of the construction industry;
(i) hold, promote, review and coordinate training in the construction industry;
(j) the register and mengakreditasi contractors, impose such conditions of registration and accreditation of contractors and cancel, suspend or reinstate the registration and accreditation of contractors;
(k) register, mengakreditasi and recommend construction personnel and cancel, suspend or reinstate the registration, accreditation and certification of the construction personnel;
(l) regulating the implementation of construction works quality and safe;
(m) regulating the implementation of Construction Berindustri the construction industry; and (n) dealing with any complaints or reports made in respect of any failure of the construction works or construction works completed affecting public safety and take appropriate action to deal with it.
16 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (2) the Board has the power to do all things expedient or reasonably necessary for, or incidental to, the performance of its functions and, in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the above — (a) carry out any activity, particularly activities relating to construction industr, which i found by commissioning Board was necessary, appropriate or beneficial for or in connection with the performance of its functions;
(b) give official recognition and guarantees including award certificates for the purpose of certification;
(c) with the approval of the Minister and the Minister of Finance — (i) make any partnership, joint ventures, privatization programme, scheme, Enterprise, undertaking or any form of cooperation or other arrangement for profit sharing or carry out their activities in affiliated with, or otherwise, any person, public authority or Government;
(ii) acquire shares or securities in any public authority, the Corporation or other body and dispose of or hold shares or securities;
(iii) establish a corporation by the name of the Board may think fit to run and have care, stewardship and management on any project, scheme or enterprise that has been planned or undertaken by the Board either under control or partial control of the Board;
(iv) establish or promote the establishment of a company under the companies Act 1965 and run or take it and have the care, stewardship and management on any project, scheme or enterprise that has been planned or undertaken by the Board either under control or partial control of the Board;
(d) grant financial assistance in the form of a loan or otherwise to persons engaged in the construction industry for the purpose of promoting the industry and provide any guarantee on their behalf;
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 17 (e) assign any person or body to carry out research or development, or both, relating to the construction industry;
(f) impose fees or any other charges which it thinks fit to carry out any of the functions or powers;
(g) receive or pay in consideration for any services rendered by him or any person who provides the service, any commissions or payment as agreed with any person; and (h) do any other thing which he thinks fit to enable it to carry out its functions and its powers effectively.
(3) the Second Schedule shall apply to every corporation established by the Board under subparagraph (2) (c) (iii).
(4) subject to section 7, the responsibility of the Board in the performance of its functions under this Act to ensure that such functions are exercised in such a way that will ensure the success of government policies in force and in particular policies relating to the construction industry.
Membership Of The Board 5. (1) the Board shall consist of the following members: (a) a Chairman;

(b) six representatives from the private sector; and (c) four representatives who shall hold office in the public service, shall be appointed by the Minister.
(2) the provisions of the first schedule shall apply to the Board.
18 laws of Malaysia Act 520 public servants 6. All members, officers and servants of the Board, while on their obligations as members, officers and servants of the Board, shall be deemed to be public servants within the meaning of the Penal Code [Act 574].
Power of Minister to give directions 7. The Board shall be accountable to the Minister, and the Minister may, from time to time, give directions that are consistent with this Act and the Board shall, as soon as possible, implement all such instructions.
Statements, reports, accounts and information 8. (1) the Board shall give to the Minister, and any public authority as directed by the Minister, any statement, accounts and information concerning the property and activities of the Board as may be required or directed by the Minister from time to time.
(2) without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), the Board shall, as soon as practicable after the end of each financial year, cause to be made and sent to the Minister and, if directed by the Minister, to any other public authority a report which deals with the activities of the Board during the previous financial year and the report shall be in such form and shall contain any information relating to the proceedings and the Board policy as stated by the Minister from time to time.
The power of the Board to set up committees 9. (1) the Board may establish such committees as it considers necessary or expedient to assist it in the performance of its functions under this Act.
(2) the Board may appoint any person who is suitable to become a member of any Committee established under subsection (1).
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 19 (3) a Committee established under this section may elect any of its members to be Chairman and may regulate its own procedure and, in the exercise of its powers under this subsection, the Committee shall be subject to and act in accordance with any instructions given to him by the Board.
(4) any meeting of the Committee established under this section shall be held at any time and at the place determined by the Chairman of the Committee, subject to subsection (3).
(5) a Committee may invite any person to attend any meeting held for the purpose of advising it on any matter under discussion provided that the person who invited such shall not be entitled to vote at any such meeting.
(6) a member of a Committee established under this section and any person invited under subsection (5) to attend any meeting of a Committee may be paid such allowances as determined by the Board.
Part III CHAIRMAN, Officers, SERVANTS Chairman 10. (1) without prejudice to the other provisions of this Act, the Chairman shall perform such duties as the Minister may from time to time.
(2) if the Chairman is in Malaysia for a while or is unable by reason of illness or for any other good reason is unable to perform his duties, the Minister may appoint any member of the Board to perform the duties of the Chairman.
20 laws of Malaysia Act 520 Chief Executive 11. (1) the Board may, with the approval of the Minister, appoint a person as "Chief Executive" to be the principal executive and vest on him any powers and impose upon them such duties as may be determined by the Board.
(2) the Chief Executive shall be responsible for proper administration and management functions and Affairs of the Board.
(3) the Chief Executive shall have the authority of the General Regulation on officers and other servants of the Board.
(4) the Chief Executive shall perform any additional duties the Board may direct from time to time.
(5) if the Chief Executive there in Malaysia temporarily or is unable by reason of illness or for any other good reason is unable to perform its duties, the Board may order any other officer performing his duties.
Appointment of officers and servants of the Board 12. (1) subject to any regulations made under section 13, the Board may appoint, on such terms and conditions as he may deem fit, to officers and servants as may be necessary for carrying out the purposes of this Act.
(2) No person shall be eligible to be employed as officers or servants of the Board, if he has, directly or indirectly, himself or by his partner, any share or interest in any contract or proposed contract with, for or on behalf of the Board.
Regulations in respect of service 13. The Board may, from time to time, with the approval of the Minister, make regulations with respect to the conditions of service of officers and servants of the Board.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 21 regulations with respect to the disciplinary 14. (1) the Board may, from time to time, with the approval of the Minister, make regulations with respect to discipline officers and servants of the Board.
(2) regulations made under this section may include provision for — (a) the detention of work with a reduction of salary or other remuneration; or (b) suspension of the work without salary or other remuneration, an officer or the Board pending the results of the servants disciplinary proceedings against him.
(3) regulations made under this section shall create any disciplinary offence and provide for any disciplinary punishment deemed appropriate by the Board, such allotted and the sentence may include dismissal or demotion.
(4) regulations made under this section may in establish a procedure for disciplinary proceedings, giving the opportunity to the person against whom the disciplinary proceeding taken make representations before a decision is taken by the Board on a disciplinary charge against that person.
Part IV FINANCIAL Fund 15. (1) there is hereby established, for the purposes of this Act, a fund that will be administered and controlled by the Board.
(2) the Fund shall consist of — (a) any sums allotted from time to time for the purposes of this Act by the Parliament;
22 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (b) monies earned from consulting services and advice provided by the Board;
(c) monies earned from the exercise of the information system of the construction industry;
(d) the monies earned or derived from any property, investments, mortgages, charges or debentures acquired by or vested in the Board;
(e) any other property, investments, mortgages, charges or debentures acquired by or vested in the Board;
(f) the amount of money borrowed by the Board for the purpose of clarifying any of its obligations or discharging any of its obligations;
(g) monies available from the registration, accreditation, certification and training of contractors and construction personnel under this Act;
(h) money collected by way of levy under section 34 of this Act;
(ha) the money collected and received under section 38c; and (i) all money or other property that may in any way be payable to, or vested in, the Board in respect of any matter incidental to the functions, powers and obligations.
Conservation Fund 16. Be the duty of the Board to preserve the Fund by performing, exercising and discharging its functions, powers and duties under this Act to ensure that the total revenues of the Board, subject to any direction given by the Minister, enough to pay all the money properly chargeable to revenue account, including depreciation and interest on capital, from year to year.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 23 expenses shall be charged on the Fund 17. The Fund shall be expended for the purpose of — (a) to pay any expenses lawfully incurred by the Board, including fees and legal costs and other costs and fees, and remuneration of officers and servants who are appointed and employed by the Board, including superannuation allowance
(b) pay any expenses, costs or other expenses incurred or accepted properly by the Board in discharging its functions and powers under section 4;
(c) repaying any moneys borrowed under this Act and the interest payable thereon; and (d) generally, to pay such expenses for the execution of this Act.
Expenses and the preparation of the estimate of 18. (1) the expenditure of the Board up to as much as allowed by the Minister for any one year shall be paid out of the Fund.
(2) before the beginning of each year, the Board shall submit to the Minister an estimate of expenditure for the following year in such form and containing such particulars as may be directed by the Minister, and before the beginning of next year, the Minister shall notify the Board of the amount authorised for expenditure generally or the amount that is allowed for each type of expenditure.

(3) the Board may at any time submit to the Minister a supplementary estimate for any one year and the Minister may allow the whole or any part of the additional expenditure included in the supplementary estimates.
24 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (4) the Minister may direct the Board to submit a copy of the estimates or supplementary estimates, as the case may be, to any other public authority as specified in the instructions.
Act statutory bodies (accounts and annual reports) 1980 is applicable 19. Act statutory bodies (accounts and annual reports) 1980 [Act 240] shall apply to the Board and any corporation established under this Act.
Part V OTHER POWERS of the BOARD the power to borrow 20. (1) the Board may, from time to time, with the approval of the Minister and the Minister of finance, borrow, at such rate of interest and for such period and upon such terms as to the time and manner of repayment and otherwise as may be approved by the Minister and the Minister of finance, any sums required by the Board to meet its obligations or discharging any of its obligations.
(2) the Board may, from time to time, with the approval of the Minister and the Minister of finance, borrow money through the issuance of bonds, debentures or stock of any class and value and upon such terms as it thinks expedient, with the approval of the Minister and the Minister of finance, for all or any of the following purposes: (a) the provision of working capital;
(b) implementation of the functions, the exercise of the powers and discharge the duties of the Board under this Act;
(c) the implementation of any additional functions by the Board under this Act;
(d) redemption of any shares or shares that the Board required or entitled to redeem; and construction industry Development Board Malaysia 25 (e) any other expenses properly chargeable to capital account.
Power to lend 21. In the performance of its functions, the exercise of its powers or perform its duties, the Board may, with the approval of the Minister and the Minister of finance, loan, and the loan may be granted subject to such terms and conditions as may be deemed by the Board, with the approval of the Minister and the Minister of finance, should apply in any particular case.
Investment 22. The assets of the Board, the extent of which is not required to be expended by the Board under this Act, shall be invested in such manner as approved by the Minister and the Minister of finance.
Power to employ or appoint 23. The Board may employ or appoint and pay agents and advisory techniques, including advocates and solicitors, bankers, fund managers, stock brokers, surveyors, valuers and others, to conduct any business or do any act required to be performed or done in the performance of its functions, the exercise of its powers or perform its obligations or to carry out the purposes of this act better.
Delegation of functions and powers of the Board 24. (1) the Board may, subject to such conditions, limitations or restrictions as it thinks fit to impose, delegate any of its functions and powers, except the power to borrow money, providing loans, invest, make regulations, or the powers set out under paragraph 4 (2) (c) to — (a) any member of the Board;
26 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (b) any Committee established by the Board; or (c) any officers or servants of the Board, and any other functions or powers so delegated may be exercised or fulfilled, carried out by members of the Committee, officers or servants, as the case may be, in the name and on behalf of the Board.
(2) a delegation under this section shall not prevent the Board from discharging its own or carry out at any time any of the functions and powers delegated.
Part VI REGISTRATION and ACCREDITATION of CONTRACTORS contractor registration 25. (1) No person shall carry out or prepare, undertakes to carry out or complete any construction work or declare himself to be the contractor, unless he is registered with the Board and holds a valid certificate of registration issued by the Board under this Act.
(2) every certificate of registration shall be in the prescribed form and manner.
(3) the Board may, for the purposes of the registration of contractors, impose such conditions as he thinks fit.
(4) the Board may suspend, cancel, reinstate or reject any registration of any person under this Act.
(5) any person aggrieved by the decision of the Board made under subsection (4) may, within thirty days after the date of the Board's decision be notified to him, appeal to the Minister in writing of the decision and the decision made by the Minister shall be final.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 27 Accreditation contractor 25a. (1) the Board may mengakreditasi contractor in the manner and form prescribed under regulations made under this Act.
(2) the Board may, for the purpose of accreditation the contractor imposing such conditions as he thinks fit.
The register 26. The Board shall keep and maintain a register of registered and accredited contractors under this Act.
The notice requires details of 27. (1) for the purpose of carrying out its functions under section 4, the Board may by notice in the prescribed form require any person to disclose and provide any particulars in the knowledge of that person, or he can get, relating to the construction industry or anything required under the Act in such manner and form as may be specified by the Board.
(2) the notice under subsection (1) may be served by delivering it through the delivery to or by registered post.
(3) a notice may require the consolidation of information and given at specific times or in the lat-specific intervals.
(4) the Board may not require that any person provide information under this section which would disclose any trade secrets.
Penalties for non-compliance with the notice 28. A person who — (a) fails to comply with the requirements of a notice issued under section 27; or 28 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (b) with disedarinya or recklessly give or cause to be given any false details about any matter specified in the notice issued under section 27, guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, and in the case of a continuing offence, to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit for every day or part of a day that the offence continues after conviction.
The penalty for carrying out construction work without registered 29. Any person who contravenes subsection 25 (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, liable to a fine of not less than ten thousand dollars but not more than one hundred thousand dollars.
Notice to stop the construction of 30. (1) where the Board finds that the construction works are in progress or have been completed, or was a promise to run or diaku completed by any person who is not registered with the Board under this Act, the Board shall by notice in writing delivered to that person require that person to stop than start or continue construction work or from undertakes to carry out or complete the construction of the , with or without conditions.
(1a) if the Board finds that the construction works are in progress or completed, or has to be carried out or diaku promise is completed by a registered contractor berlanggaran with any provisions of this Act, the Board may, by notice in writing delivered to that person, require that person to stop than start or continue construction works or undertakes to carry out or complete the construction works, with or without conditions.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 29 (2) a person who fails to comply with the requirements of the notice under subsection (1) or subsection (1a) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit and in the case of a continuing offence, to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars for each day or part of a day that the offence continues after conviction.
Contractors subject to this Act 31. Every contractor, whether registered under this Act or not, is subject to this Act.
Part VII registration, accreditation, certification and TRAINING of Interpretation 32 CONSTRUCTION PERSONNEL. For the purposes of this section, "trade" means a trade or occupation which is normally associated with skilled construction workers.
Construction personnel registration * 33. (1) a person shall not be engaged or employed or undertakes to engage or taken as construction personnel unless he is registered with the Board and holds a valid certificate of registration issued by the Board under this Act.
* NOTE — For the application of this section — see section 33 of the Act construction industry Development Board of Malaysia (Amendment) order 2011 [Act A1407] m.b.p. 1 June 2015 as follows: "the transitional provisions

33. (1) Any construction personnel, immediately before the date of coming into operation of this Act, has been involved or employed or undertakes to engage or taken as construction personnel including any site supervisors or skilled construction workers, can continue to do so for a period of two months from the date of the bolas of coming into operation of this Act.
(2) during the period referred to in subsection (1), construction personnel including site supervisors and skilled construction workers shall be, as quick as can be made an application for registration, accreditation or certification, whichever is applicable thereof, in accordance with this Act.
(3) any person who immediately before the date of coming into operation of this Act, has been dealing or undertakes to be taken in dealing with building materials included in the fourth schedule without certification by the Board, may continue to do so for a period of six months from the date of coming into operation of this Act. ".
30 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (2) subsection (1) does not apply to any construction personnel who have professional qualifications and registered under any written law.
(3) the Board shall keep and maintain a register which shall contain the name, address, trade, skill and other details of registered construction personnel.
(4) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars.
Accreditation and certification site supervisors and skilled construction workers * 33a. (1) no construction site supervisors or skilled construction workers may be affected or retrieved, or undertakes to engage or taken as site supervisors or skilled construction workers unless he is accredited and certified by the Board and holds a valid certificate issued by the Board under this Act.
(2) for the purposes of this Act, skilled construction workers is as specified in the third schedule.
(3) the Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, amend the third schedule.
(4) the Board shall keep and maintain a register which shall contain the name, address, trade, * RECORDS — For the application of this section — see section 33 of the Act construction industry Development Board of Malaysia (Amendment) order 2011 [Act A1407] m.b.p. 1 June 2015 as follows: "the transitional provision 33. (1) any construction personnel, immediately before the date of coming into operation of this Act, has been involved or employed or undertakes to engage or taken as construction personnel including any site supervisors or skilled construction workers, can continue to do so for a period of two months from the date of the bolas of coming into operation of this Act.
(2) during the period referred to in subsection (1), construction personnel including site supervisors and skilled construction workers shall be, as quick as can be made an application for registration, accreditation or certification, whichever is applicable thereof, in accordance with this Act.
(3) any person who immediately before the date of coming into operation of this Act, has been dealing or undertakes to be taken in dealing with building materials included in the fourth schedule without certification by the Board, may continue to do so for a period of six months from the date of coming into operation of this Act. ".
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 31 skills and other details site supervisors and skilled construction workers who are accredited and authorised.
(5) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars.
(6) any person who takes any construction site supervisors or skilled construction workers that are not accredited and certified by the Board to undertake any construction work commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars.
Training institutions, etc.
33b. (1) the Board, for the purpose of training, accreditation and certification of construction personnel may — (a) to establish, promote, and mengakreditasi training institution;
(b) to establish a body to carry out the evaluation or assessment or to carry out inspection on the training institution;
(c) to establish a body to develop, monitor and modify curriculum, standards and courses of the training programme offered by the training institutions;
(d) give official recognition and guarantees including award certificates or any other credentials to the training institution;
(e) suspend or revoke the accreditation of training institutions for violating or not comply with accreditation; and (f) do any other things deemed expedient or necessary by the Board for the purposes of this section.
32 laws of Malaysia Act 520 Part VIIa STANDARDS and CODE of PRACTICE for the CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY Board shall recommend building materials 33c. (1) the Board shall, in the manner determined by the Board, recommend building materials used in the construction industry and specified in the fourth schedule in accordance with the standards set out in the schedule.
(2) the Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, amend the fourth schedule.
(3) the Board may keep and maintain a register of details and records of all approved building materials.
(4) the Board may, for the purpose of certification under subsection (1), impose such conditions as he thinks fit.
(5) the Board may suspend, cancel, reinstate or rejects certification in circumstances determined by the Board.
Dealing with building materials that are not certified * 33d. (1) a person shall not be dealing or undertakes to deal, either directly or indirectly, with the building materials as specified in the fourth schedule unless the building materials that have been certified by the Board.
* NOTE — For the application of this section — see section 33 of the Act construction industry Development Board of Malaysia (Amendment) order 2011 [Act A1407] m.b.p. 1 June 2015 as follows: "the transitional provision 33. (1) any construction personnel, immediately before the date of coming into operation of this Act, has been involved or employed or undertakes to engage or taken as construction personnel including any site supervisors or skilled construction workers, can continue to do so for a period of two months from the date of the bolas of coming into operation of this Act.
(2) during the period referred to in subsection (1), construction personnel including site supervisors and skilled construction workers shall be, as quick as can be made an application for registration, accreditation or certification, whichever is applicable thereof, in accordance with this Act.
(3) any person who immediately before the date of coming into operation of this Act, has been dealing or undertakes to be taken in dealing with building materials included in the fourth schedule without certification by the Board, may continue to do so for a period of six months from the date of coming into operation of this Act. ".
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 33 (2) any person who deals or undertakes to deal with building materials as specified in the fourth schedule without certification of the Board commits an offence and shall, on conviction, liable to a fine of not less than ten thousand dollars but not more than five hundred thousand dollars.
Notice by the Board for those who deal with building materials that are not certified 33e. (1) where any building materials that are not certified in accordance with this Act is being managed or are being acknowledged appointment to run or will be managed by any person, the Board may, by notice in the prescribed form, delivered to that person require that person so stop start or continue, engage in or engaging in or undertakes to participate or be involved in dealing with building materials not recommended it.
(2) any person who fails to comply with the requirements of the notice under subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, liable to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit and in the case of continuous offences, a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars for each day or part of a day that the offence continues after conviction.
Code of practice for the construction industry 33f. The Board or any other bodies authorized by law may, from time to time, formulate, develop, review and approve any code of practice is appropriate and necessary for the construction industry.
Part VIII LEVY imposition of levy 34. (1) every contractor shall declare and submit to the Board, in such manner as may be prescribed by the Board, any contract that was awarded to him on any construction works.
34 the laws of Malaysia Act 520 (2) for every contract referred to in subsection (1), whether the purchase agreement or not, having a contract sum in excess of five hundred thousand dollars, the contractor shall be liable to pay to the Board a levy at a rate of a quarter per cent of the contract sum.
(3) every contractor shall disclose fully to the Board all the facts and circumstances affecting its liability to pay the levy.
(4) the Board shall notify the contractor the amount of levy due in such a period of time determined by the Board and notification by the Board shall be prima facie evidence of the amount of levy payable by the contractor.

(5) the Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, vary the rate of levy set out in subsection (2).
(6) in the case where there is more than one contractor is party to a contract referred to in subsection (1), each and every contractor shall be liable to you jointly and severally to pay the levy, unless the contrary is proved up to the satisfaction of the Board.
(7) if the Board has reason to believe that any of the conditions in any contract referred to in subsection (1) has the effect of directly or indirectly — (a) change the contract sum imposed levy due or that if not for it will be payable;
(b) relieve any person from any liability that has arisen or if not therefore arise to pay the levy;
(c) avoid or prevent any obligation or liability imposed or that if not for it will be imposed on any person by this Act; or construction industry Development Board Malaysia 35 (d) obstruct or prevent the coming into operation of this Act in any case, the Board may, without prejudice to the validity of him in any other matters or for any purpose, not to take into account or to change the conditions and make any adjustments as he may deem fit, with a view to reducing the whole or any part of the direct or indirect effects of the condition in the contract.
(8) in the exercise of its powers under subsection (7), the Board may — (a) assume overall value of any construction works or any part thereof as a value for the amount of the contract;
(b) make any calculations or amendments of any value of any construction or contract as may be necessary to revise the liability of any person to pay a levy or impose any liability to pay levy on any person by the exercise of that power by him; and (c) make such amendments as may be necessary to revise the liability of any person to pay a levy or impose any liability to pay levy on any person by the exercise of that power by him.
(9) If a contractor fails to pay any levy due within the period fixed by the Board, the contractor commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or four times the amount of the levy due, whichever is higher.
(10) a contractor who contravenes subsection (1) or (3) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit.
36 laws of Malaysia Act 520 Levy payable as a civil debt due to the Board 34a. Notwithstanding any other written law, the amount of any levy payable under this section are recoverable as a civil debt due to the Board.
Part VIIIa the DUTY of CONTRACTOR Obligations contractors 34b. (1) a contractor working on any construction works shall be — (a) to notify and submit to the Board any information and documents, including any supporting documents relating to the construction works, whether new or otherwise, in accordance with this Act;
(b) to ensure that construction work is carried out in accordance with the provisions of this Act, any regulations, terms and conditions imposed by the Board and any other written law; and (c) ensuring the safety of buildings and construction works either during or after construction.
(2) for the purposes of this section, "ensuring the safety of buildings and construction work" means ensuring that any building or construction works are in progress or have been conducted in such a way that — (a) does not cause, or threaten to cause risk of injury to any person or damage to any property; or (b) not cause or threaten to cause the collapse of whole or part — (i) buildings in respect of which the construction works are in progress or have been carried out; or construction industry Development Board Malaysia 37 (ii) any building, street or other natural formation to the contrary, parallel, adjacent or close to any part of the building or the construction works.
Breach of obligation by the contractor 34c. (1) where the Board is of the opinion that a contractor has been in breach of any of its duties under subsection 34B (1), the Board may make either one or all of the following: (a) take a qualified person or expert to carry out any investigation and testing as may be necessary and to advise the Board on all matters relating to building security in respect of which construction work is being carried out or have been carried out;
(b) impose on the contractor, all or any of the instructions in subsection (2);
(c) impose a penalty not exceeding five hundred thousand dollars over the contractor.
(2) the Board may, for the purposes of public safety or prevent any situation referred to in subsection 34B (2), issue a direction in writing to the contractor of the construction works, the contractor so that — (a) immediately stop the construction works; (b) carry out or cause to be carried out at a cost to the contractor of any examination as determined by the Board;
(c) carry out or cause to be carried out at a cost to the Contractor any construction work as determined by the Board;
(d) destroy or cause to be destroyed at a cost to the contractor of the building defect, or any failure or other event occurring in respect of which the construction works are in progress or have been carried out or any part thereof, and remove any rubble as a result of the destruction; or 38 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (e) revoke or suspend registration of the contractor is granted under this Act.
(3) if any contractor fails to comply with the instructions issued by the Board under this section within the time stated, the Board may carry out the instructions in such manner as the Board may think fit and get in a Court of competent authority competent, as a debt due to the Board, all reasonable expenses incurred by the Board in doing so from the contractor.
(4) without prejudice to the right of the Board to exercise its powers under subsection (3), any contractor who without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with any instructions issued to him under subsection (2) commits an offence and shall, on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand dollars and in respect of non-compliance of ongoing, liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars for each day or part of a day that the offence continues after conviction.
(5) any contractor to whom a direction under subsection (2) has been issued, while the directive in force, shall display a copy of the instructions at every entrance of the building that the instructions in connection therewith, and the copy shall be displayed in a way that can be read easily by people outside the building.
(6) any contractor who contravenes subsection (5) commits an offence under this Act.
(7) the Board may order the contractor of construction works specified in subsection (1) to pay or reimburse to the Board, the whole or part of the expenses incurred by the Board for the recruitment of qualified person or expert under paragraph (1) (a) and if the contractor fails to pay the amount due, the Board can get in a Court of competent authority competent, as a debt due to the Board , so much the amount payable by the contractor.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 39 deaths caused by a breach of an obligation by the contractor 34d. (1) any contractor who contravenes its obligations under paragraph 34B (1) (c), and that breach of the obligation to cause death, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five hundred thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.
(2) Section 34 c t e rpaka i for section in i kecua l i 34c paragraph (1) (c).
(3) an offence under this section shall be the seizable offences for the purposes of criminal procedure code [Act 593].
The duty of the person who manages or controls the construction site 34e. (1) any person who has the right and authority to manage or control any construction site shall have the duty to ensure, so far as reasonably practicable, that the construction site and ways of entering and exiting from the construction site that is safe and not harmful to health.
(2) the duty under subsection (1) applies only in relation to matters which the person has the right and authority to manage or control.
(3) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.
Part IX

ENFORCEMENT and INVESTIGATION authorisation to 35. The Chairman may, in writing, authorize any officer of the Board to exercise the powers of enforcement under this Act.
40 laws of Malaysia Act 520 Power investigation 35a. (1) an authorized officer shall have all the powers necessary to carry out an investigation under this Act.
(2) upon completion of his investigation, authorized officers shall immediately give all information relating to the Commission of any offence to an officer in charge of a police station and a police officer may, with a warrant, arrest any person who may have committed an offence under this Act or any regulations made thereunder.
35b power card. (1) the Chairman shall issue to each authorized officers a power card shall be signed by the Chairman.
(2) Where such an officer exercising any power under this Act, he shall, when requested, submit to the person against whom that power is being exercised authority card issued to him under subsection (1).
Search and seizure warrants with 35 c. (1) if it appears at a magistrate's Court, based on the information given in written and after such inquiry as may be deemed necessary by the Magistrate that there is reasonable cause to believe that — (a) any premises or site construction has used or will be used for; or (b) there is in any premises or site, evidence essential to the conduct of the investigating, the Commission of an offence under this Act or any regulations or rules made under this Act, the Magistrate may issue a warrant empowering an authorized officer named it, at any construction industry Development Board Malaysia 41 reasonable time during the day or night and with or without the help of to enter the construction site or premises and if need to by using violence.
(2) without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), the warrant issued by a magistrate can give the power of authorized officers to — (a) a search and seize any building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing reasonably believed to give evidence of the Commission of the offence;
(b) take samples of any materials or objects found in the construction site or premises for the purpose of ascertaining, by testing or otherwise, whether it was committed;
(c) make copies of or take extracts from any books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing found in the construction site or premises; and (d) direct that the construction site or premises or any part thereof or any thing in it, should be left without touch, either generally or specifically, to affix a lak.
(3) an authorized officer who enters any premises or site under this section may bring with him any person and other equipment as he may deem necessary.
(4) an authorized officer may, in the exercise of its powers under this section, if necessary — (a) break open any door or in the premises or construction site or any obstruction to the construction site or premises to enter into the premises or the construction site;
42 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (b) remove by force any barriers to entry, search, seizure or removal that authorized officers authorized to carry it out under this section; and (c) detain any person in the premises or the construction site until the search is completed.
(5) where, by reason of the type, size or its recoverable amount, it is not practical to remove any building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing seized under this section, the authorized officer shall, in any way, to avoid building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing that the premises or construction site in which building materials , equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing found.
Search and seizure without a warrant 35 d. An officer duly authorised, after receiving the information, who has reason to believe that by reason of the delay in obtaining a search warrant under section 35 c — (a) the investigation will be affected;
(b) the entry goals are terkecewa;
(c) any building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing which is reliably testify for the requested offence that can be moved or tampered with; or (d) the evidence requested it be interrupted or destroyed, may exercise in respect of premises or the construction site, all the powers referred to in section 35 c with fully and adequately as if he is authorized to do so by a warrant issued under that section.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 43 Inspection or testing of building materials, etc., seized 35e. (1) where there is a need to test any materials or any other thing seized at the premises or site under this Act, it is sufficient to just test a sample of not more than five per cent of the value or the weight of the building materials or any other thing that is found in the construction site or premises.
(2) the Court shall presume that building materials or any other objects found at the premises or site that is of the same type, quantity and quality with building materials or any other thing seized.
The appointment of analyst 35f. The Board may appoint any qualified person to be the analyst for the purpose of carrying out an analysis to any building materials or any other thing and to condition, type, method of manufacture, quality, standard and grednya.
Certificate of analysis 35g. (1) a certificate of analysis that is signed by an analyst shall, when given by the Board in any hearing under this Act, be sufficient evidence of the facts stated in the certificate unless the accused requires that the analyst called as a witness, and in that case he shall give notice in writing to the Board not less than three clear days before the commencement of the trial.
(2) if the Board aims to provide such a certificate referred to in subsection (1) as evidence, the Board shall deliver a copy of the certificate to the accused not less than ten clear days before the commencement of the trial.
44 the laws of Malaysia Act 520 Power to enter the premises, etc.
35h. Notwithstanding section 35 c and 35 d, an authorized officer may at any time enter any premises or construction sites for the purpose of — (a) inspect any building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing as may be deemed necessary by the authorized officer;
(b) verify the accuracy of the records or statements of information provided to authorized officers or to the Board; or (c) collecting samples required under this Act.
Inspection 35i. No person shall be searched except by a person of the same gender was other with it, and the examination shall be carried out with utmost politeness.
Access to computerized data 35j. (1) an authorized officers carrying out the search under this Act shall be given access to computerised data, whether stored in a computer or otherwise.
(2) for the purposes of this section, access shall be provided with a password, encryption, encrypting code code, software or hardware to be and any other means required to enable an understanding of the computerized data.
A warrant is admissible notwithstanding defect 35 k. A search warrant issued under this Act is valid and enforceable notwithstanding any error, defect or omission therein or in the application for the warrant and any building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing found on the premises or construction site under the warrant is admissible as evidence in any proceedings under this Act.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 45 list of things seized 35l. (1) where any seizure made under this section, authorized officers shall prepare a list of building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods and other things seized and on-premises or site in which it is found and shall sign the list.
(2) a copy of the list prepared under subsection (1) shall be submitted immediately to the premises or construction sites where building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing found or ask your agent or pekhidmatnya premises or the construction site.

(3) if the construction site or premises not occupied, the authorized officer shall, whenever possible, post up a list of all seized it in conspicuous places in the construction site or premises.
The power to require the attendance of the person who knew the case 35m. (1) an authorized officer making an investigation under this Act may by written instructions require any person who in the opinion of the authorized officer to know the facts and circumstances of the case so as to appear before it, and such person shall attend as required.
(2) if any person refuses to attend as required, the authorized officers can report the refusal to the magistrate shall issue a summons to secure the attendance of such person as may be required by the directions made under subsection (1).
Examination of person who knew the case 35n. (1) an authorized officer making an investigation under this Act may examine orally any person who expected to find out the facts and circumstances of the case.
46 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (2) the person examined under subsection (1) that is legally bound to answer all questions relating to the case submitted to it by the authorized officers, but that person may refuse to answer any question that the answer may expose him to a criminal charge or penalty or forfeiture.
(3) a person who makes a statement under this section shall be legally bound to state the truth, whether or not the statement was made in whole or in part to answer such questions.
(4) an authorized officer examining a person under subsection (1) shall first inform that person of the provisions of subsection (2) and (3).
(5) a statement made by any person under this section shall, where possible, reduced to writing and signed by the person making it or affixed with cap head jarinya, as the case may be — (a) after the statement was read out to him in the language of the statement made by him; and (b) after he was given the opportunity to make any corrections he wanted.
Admissibility in evidence of a statement 35o. (1) if any person is charged with an offence under this Act, any statement, whether the statement is about addressing to confessions or not or orally or in writing, made at any time, whether before or after the person arrested and either during the investigation under this Act or not and whether in whole or in part to answer questions , by that person or by heard by an authorized officer or any other person, is admissible as evidence in the trial of the person and, if the person charged with the submitting himself as a witness, any such statement can be used in cross-examination and for the purpose of challenging credibility.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 47 (2) a statement made under subsection (1) shall not be received or used — (a) if the making of the statement turned out to be on the Court has been caused by any inducement, threat or promise relating to the charge against the person that comes from people in authority and sufficient, in the opinion of the Court, to give that person the grounds on which it appears it reasonable to expect that by making the statement he will get any interest or avoid any comes to mundane in connection with proceedings against him; or (b) in the case of a statement made by that person after arrest, unless the Court is satisfied that he has been warned with the following words or words like: "it is my duty to give warning to you that you don't have to say anything or to answer any question, but anything you say, either as an answer or not , may be given in evidence. ".
(3) a statement made by a person before a warning could not be conferred upon him shall not be received in evidence only on the ground that he had not been warned if he has been warned with as soon as possible after that.
(4) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any written law, a person charged with an offence to which subsection (1) applies shall not be bound to answer any question relating to the case after any warning as is mentioned in paragraph (2) (b) was conferred upon him.
Sale and disposal of materials seized 35p. (1) the Chairman may, at any time, direct that any building materials seized under this Act are sold and 48 laws of Malaysia Act 520 proceeds held pending the results of any prosecution under this Act if — (a) the building materials is of type of perishable or had easy declined;
(b) the building materials care involves expenses and unreasonable hardship;
(c) there is a lack or absence of adequate or appropriate facilities to store the building materials; or (d) the construction material is believed to cause obstruction or danger to the public.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if the analyst acknowledges, or if the test results as being recommended by analyst prove, that building materials tested by him are not in good condition, the authorized officers can keep them in custody or, if no prosecution was initiated with respect to such materials, causing the materials disposed of in such manner as may be determined by the Chairman.
Building materials seized, etc., can dilucuthakkan 35q. (1) any building materials or proceeds, or any equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing seized in the exercise of any power under this Act shall be dilucuthakkan.
(2) any materials or proceeds, or any equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other things dilucuthakkan or taken and deemed to have been dilucuthakkan under this section shall be the property of the Board.
The release of a thing seized 35r. (1) where any building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing has been seized under this Act, the authorized officers who commits seizure that may, at any time after that, construction industry Development Board Malaysia 49 release it to people who may specify as a person who is entitled to it in legally if he is satisfied that it is not needed otherwise for the purposes of any proceedings under this Act or for the purpose of any prosecution under any law, and in the circumstances it was good of authorized officers who perform the seizure, nor the Government, the Board or any person acting on behalf of the Government or the Board shall not be liable for any proceeding by any person if the seizure and release it was committed in good faith.
(2) a record in writing shall be made by authorized officers who did release under subsection (1) which sets out in detail the circumstances of and reasons for the release and a copy of the record shall be transmitted to the Prosecutor and to the Chief of police within seven days after the discharge.
The cost of holding equipment, etc., seized 35s. If any building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing seized under this Act or its subsidiary legislation are held in the custody of the Government or the Board pending the settlement of any proceedings in respect of an offence under this Act or its subsidiary legislation, the costs of holding in custody shall, in the case of any person found guilty of an offence , becomes a debt due to the Government by the person and shall be be obtained accordingly.
There are no costs or damages arising from seizure can be retrieved 35t. No person shall, in any proceedings before any court in respect of any materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing seized in the course of or purporting to exercise any of the powers conferred under this Act, be entitled to the costs of the proceedings or any damages or other relief unless the seizure is made without reasonable cause.
50 laws of Malaysia Act 520 Obstacles 35u. A person who — (a) mengamang, delay, thwart, block or obstruct an officer authorized the making of any entry which he is entitled to make under this Act or any of its rules in the execution of any duty imposed or power conferred by this Act;
(b) break any lak that has been laid by an officer authorized in any place;
(c) fails to comply with any lawful request of an officer authorized in carrying out its duties under this Act;
(d) No, refused to ignore or to provide any information reasonably required by an officer duly authorized; or

(e) without reasonable excuse does not show any building materials, equipment, tools, books, records, documents, computerized documents, goods or other thing required by an officer duly authorised, commits an offence and shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Police powers 35v. Any police officer not below the rank of Inspector may exercise all the powers of enforcement under this Act.
The extra power 35w. An officer authorized shall, for the purposes of the implementation of this Act, have power to do all or any of the following: (a) require the production of records, accounts, computerised data and documents held by the contractor or the construction industry Development Board Malaysia 51 others and to review, inspect and download, make copies of or take extracts from them;
(b) require the production of any document identification of any person in respect of any matters or of an offence under this Act;
(c) make such investigations as may be necessary to ascertain whether the provisions of this Act have been complied with.
GENERAL obligations of confidentiality part X 36. (1) except for any of the purposes of this Act or for the purpose of any civil or criminal proceedings under any law, there are no members, officers or servants of the Board may disclose any information which has been diperolehnya while performing his duties and who is not published in accordance with this Act.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
The power to make regulations 37. (1) the Board may, with the approval of the Minister, make any regulations necessary or expedient to carry out the provisions of this act better.
(2) without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), regulations may be made — (a) prescribing the conditions, manner, shape, type, grade and procedure for registration, accreditation or certification of contractors and construction personnel and the suspension, cancellation, reinstatement or refusal of the registration, accreditation or certification of contractors and construction personnel;
52 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (b) prescribing the manner, form and procedure for the collection of levy;
(c) prescribing the form and manner of service of any notice required under this Act;
(d) prescribing the fees and charges payable in respect of any matter which is required for the purposes of this Act;
(e) prescribing conditions, manner, shape, type, grade and determination of standard construction personnel skills and competencies;
(f) prescribing the responsibilities and control personnel, officers and servants of the Board;
(g) prescribing the manner thereof and the terms and conditions with which loans may be granted by the Board under section 21;
(h) provide generally on the implementation of functions, the exercise of the powers and discharge the duties of the Board under the provisions of this Act;
(i) prescribing the forms, methods and procedures for the compounding of offences;
(j) acquire, obtain and maintain information relating to the construction industry;
(k) prescribing the mechanism of appeal for any decision of the Board to the Minister and shall provide that the decision of the Minister is final and conclusive;
(l) prescribing the circumstances apply to any person in respect of any period of transition when the commencement of any regulations made under this Act;
(m) regulating and enforcing standards in the construction industry including the manner, form and procedure;
(n) prescribing the manner, form, type and grade relating to certification of building materials and construction is made;
(o) prescribing the conditions and requirements for the implementation of Building System Berindustri in the construction industry; and (d) any other matters generally to give effect to the provisions of this Act.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 53 (3) any regulations made under subsection (2) may provide that any act or omission that violates any rule becomes an offence and can assign penalties to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit.
Conduct of prosecution 38. (1) no prosecution for any offence under this Act shall be instituted except with the written permission of the public prosecutor.
(2) any officer of the Board authorized by the public prosecutor may conduct a prosecution for any offence under this Act.
Attendance on behalf of the Board in civil proceedings 38a. Notwithstanding the provisions of any written law, in any civil proceedings by or against the Board of — (a) any officer of the Board or any public officer authorized by the Chairman; or (b) any member of the Malaysian Bar, may on behalf of the Board, conduct the proceedings and may make and do all presence, acts and applications in respect of the proceedings.
Protection to the Board, etc.
38B. (1) no action may be brought, instituted or maintained in any court against the Board or its members, officer on pekhidmatnya or agents for any thing done or omitted to be done by the Board or of its members, on behalf of pekhidmatnya or its agent in good faith without negligence and made for the exercise of any power or performance of any duty under this Act.
54 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (2) Public authorities Protection Act 1948 [Act 198] shall apply to any action, suit, prosecution or proceeding of the Board or its members, on behalf of pekhidmatnya or its agent in respect of any act, negligence or default committed by the Board or its members, officer on pekhidmatnya or its agent on the properties.
Compounding of offences 38c. (1) the Board may designate any offence under this act as an offence that can be compounded.
(2) the Board, with the consent of the public prosecutor in writing may at any time before a charge initiated compound any offence prescribed under subsection (1) as an offence that can be compounded by accepting of people suspected with reasonable has committed such offence a sum of money not exceeding fifty per cent of the maximum fine and in the case that there is a minimum fine , a sum of money not exceeding fifty per cent of the maximum fine but not less than the minimum fine provided for, to which the person is liable if he or she has been convicted of that offence, within such time as specified in the letter of offer literary skills.
(3) an offer under subsection (2) may be made at any time after the offence committed but before any prosecution for the offence is started, and if the amount specified in the offer is not paid within the time stated in the offer, or within any extended period granted by the Board, a prosecution for the offence may be commenced at any time after that to the person to whom the offer is made.
(4) If an offence has been compounded under subsection (2), no prosecution shall be instituted in respect of the offence against a person to whom an offer to compound is made, and any document or thing seized in connection with the offence be released by the Board, subject to such terms and conditions as he thinks fit.
(5) all sums received by the Board under subsection (2) shall be paid into and form part of the Fund under part IV of this Act.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 55 Penalties am 39. Any person who by any act or omission in breach of any provision under this Act or any regulations made thereunder commits an offence and if no penalty is provided for, in particular, shall, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars.
Offences by body corporate, etc.
39a. (1) where a body corporate, firm, association or any other group of people commits an offence under this Act, any person who at the time of the Commission of the offence was a Director, Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate, firm, association or other group of persons or purporting to act on any such property or in any way or any point is responsible for the management of any of the Affairs of the Corporation , firm, association or other group of persons or helped in the management of such — (a) may separately or in association in the proceedings the same body corporate, firm, association or other group of persons; and (b) If a body corporate, firm, association or other group of persons found guilty of that offence, shall be deemed to be guilty of such offence unless, after taking into account the type of functions on the properties and all the circumstances, he proves — (i) that the offence committed without his consent or knowledge, pembiarannya; and (ii) that he took all reasonable steps and exercise due diligence to prevent the occurrence of the offence.

(2) if any person shall be liable under this Act to any punishment or penalty for any act, omission, negligence or default, he shall be liable to a penalty or penalties are the same for every act, 56 laws of Malaysia Act 520 omission, negligence or default of any of its servants or agents, or employees of the agent, if the Act, omission, negligence or default of such made — (a) by its employees within its employment; (b) by the agent while acting on his behalf; or (c) by the agent within its employment by the agent or otherwise on behalf of the agent acting on behalf of that person.
Power to exclude 40. (1) the Minister may by order published in the Gazette exempt, subject to such conditions as the Minister may think fit to impose, any person or class of persons from all or any provisions of this Act for any good reason in accordance with the purposes of this Act.
(2) the Minister may at any time by order published in the Gazette revoke any order made under subsection (1) if the Minister is satisfied that the exemption no longer be given.
Transitional provisions and savings * 41. (1) any person who immediately before the start date of the commencement of this Act has been carrying out any construction work can continue to do so within the period of twelve months from the start the currency of this Act: * ENTRY — For the application of this section — see section 33 of the Act construction industry Development Board of Malaysia (Amendment) order 2011 [Act A1407] m.b.p. 1 June 2015 as follows: "the transitional provision 33. (1) any construction personnel, immediately before the date of coming into operation of this Act, has been involved or employed or undertakes to engage or taken as construction personnel including any site supervisors or skilled construction workers, can continue to do so for a period of two months from the date of the bolas of coming into operation of this Act.
(2) during the period referred to in subsection (1), construction personnel including site supervisors and skilled construction workers shall be, as quick as can be made an application for registration, accreditation or certification, whichever is applicable thereof, in accordance with this Act.
(3) any person who immediately before the date of coming into operation of this Act, has been dealing or undertakes to be taken in dealing with building materials included in the fourth schedule without certification by the Board, may continue to do so for a period of six months from the date of coming into operation of this Act. ".
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 57 provided that within that period such person shall as soon as practicable make an application for registration as a contractor or for accreditation, certification and registration as skilled construction workers or site supervisors.
(2) any contractor carrying out any construction work pursuant to a contract executed prior to the start date of the currency of this Act shall be exempted from the payment of any levy under section 34.
the first schedule [Subsection 5 (2)] APPLICABLE to the BOARD the appointment, revocation and resignation 1. (1) subject to any conditions specified in the instrument of appointment, a member of the Board shall hold office for a term not exceeding two years and shall be eligible for reappointment.
(2) the appointment of any Member may at any time be revoked by the Minister without assigning any reason.
(3) a member may at any time resign his Office by letter addressed to the Minister.
(4) every Member should devote time to the Managing Board as much as necessary to meet their obligations effectively.
Vacation of Office 2. (1) the Office of a member of the Board shall be vacated: (a) if he dies;
(b) if there has been proved against him, or if he has been convicted of, a charge in respect of — (i) an offence involving fraud, dishonesty or moral turpitude;
(ii) an offence under any law relating to corruption or under section 36; or (iii) any other offence punishable with imprisonment (whether imprisonment only, or in addition to a penalty or in lieu of a fine) for more than two years;
58 laws of Malaysia Act 520 (c) if he becomes bankrupt;
(d) if he is of unsound mind or otherwise, is unable to meet its obligations;
(e) if he fails to attend three consecutive meetings without the permission of the Board;
(f) if his resignation is accepted by the Minister; or (g) if his appointment is revoked by the Minister.
(2) if any person cease to be a member by virtue of any provision of this Act, another person shall be appointed to replace it according to the provisions concerned.
Remuneration or allowance 3. Shall be paid to the members of the Board or any other people (who are not officers or servants of the Board fall within the provisions of this Act relating to the terms and conditions of service applicable to him) any remuneration or allowance as the Minister may determine.
Meeting 4. (1) the Board shall meet at least once every two months.
(2) a quorum of the Board is seven people.
(3) subject to the provisions of this Act, the Board shall determine its own procedure.
The Board may invite others to attend meetings 5. The Board may invite or request any person (who is not a member of the Board) to attend any meeting or deliberation of the Board for the purpose of advising it on any matter under discussion but any person so attending shall have no right to vote at the meeting or deliberation.
Seal 6. (1) the Board shall have a common seal which shall bear such a sign approved by the Board and such seal may from time to time be broken, changed, altered or made anew as the Board may think fit.
(2) until a seal is provided by the Board, a stamp bearing the words "construction industry Development Board Malaysia" may be used and shall be deemed to be the common seal of the Board.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia, 59 (3) the common seal shall be kept in the custody of the Chairman or any other person authorized by the Board, and shall be authenticated by the Chairman or by the authorized person or by any officer authorized by one of them in writing; and all deeds, documents and other instruments purporting to be sealed with the seal, authenticated as aforesaid, shall be deemed to have been validly executed until the contrary is proved: provided that any document or instrument which if executed by a person not being a body corporate shall not be required to be sealed may be executed by the Board in such manner similar; and any other document or instrument may be executed on behalf of the Board by any of the officers or servants of the Board authorized generally or specially by the Board for that purpose.
(4) the common seal of the Board shall be officially and judicially noticed.
Disclosure of interest 7. A member of the Board, directly or indirectly, himself or through his partner any interests in any company or joint venture which the Board proposes to make a contract or who has an interest in any contract or in any matters discussed by the Board shall disclose the fact and the nature of his interest to the Board, and the disclosure shall be recorded in the minutes of the Board and , unless specifically authorized by the Chairman, the Member cannot take part in the deliberation or decision of the Board in relation to the contract or that matter.
Minute 8. (1) the Board shall cause minutes of all its meetings to be maintained and stored in a proper form.
(2) any minutes made of meetings of the Board, if duly signed, is admissible in evidence in all legal proceedings without further proof and every Board meeting minutes in respect of such proceedings has been made shall be deemed to have been duly convened and held and all members of the meeting have been duly qualified to act.
60 laws of Malaysia Act 520 validity of acts and proceedings 9. There are no any act done or proceeding taken under this Act may be questioned on the ground that — (a) any vacancy in the membership of, or any defect in the establishment of, the Board;
(b) a contravention of paragraph 7 by any member of the Board; or (c) there is any omission, defect or ketidakteraturan that notwithstanding the merits of the case.
Second Schedule [Subsection 24 (2)] APPLICABLE to a CORPORATION ESTABLISHED by the BOARD of the authority of the Board to make regulations in respect of the Corporation 1. The Board shall, with the approval of the Minister, on or before the date on which any corporation established under section 24, make regulations with respect to the Corporation that determine — (a) the purpose and objectives of the Corporation is established;

(b) the rights, powers, duties and functions of the Corporation;
(c) the system of management of the Corporation; and (d) the relationship between the Corporation with the Board and the Board of control rights over the Corporation.
Limitations of the power forming the Corporation 2. There is nothing in paragraph 1 shall be deemed to authorize the Board to make regulations to establish any corporation for any purpose or purposes of the wider region of the purpose or purposes of the Board established or give any Corporation any rights, duties, powers or functions that are not included among the rights, duties, powers or functions of the Board under this Act.
Construction industry Development Board Malaysia 61 effective regulations 3. Subject to the provisions of this Act and any regulations made under section 37, a corporation shall be bound by any rules made therefor under paragraph 1 and the regulations shall become effective for all purposes as if they had been made in this Act.
Amendment of regulations 4. The Board may at any time, with the approval of the Minister, amend, revoke or add to any regulations made under paragraph 1 in respect of any corporation.
Express Corporation 5. The Board shall keep a register in the prescribed form of all Corporation established by him under section 24 and express that, together with a copy of the regulations made under paragraphs 1 and 4, shall be open to public inspection at the place or places and at any time as may be determined by him.
Winding up 6. (1) the Board may, with the approval of the Minister, by order published in the Gazette, direct that any corporation established by him wound up and dissolved.
(2) upon the dissolution of any corporation under this paragraph, the assets of the Corporation shall be transferred and vested in the Board once all liabilities met.
(3) the winding up of a corporation under this paragraph shall be conducted in such manner as may be prescribed by the Board.
The Corporation shall be a body corporate 7. Every corporation established under section 24 shall be a body corporate with any name given by the Board and shall have perpetual succession and a common seal and may sue and be sued in the name of that and, for the purpose of implementing the project, scheme or enterprise that the Corporation was established by it, can enter into contracts and can hold and make any arrangement in respect of any immovable property or movable property and be able to do all things and other things incidental or related to a body corporate in accordance with the provisions of this Act and subject to such restrictions or limitations as may be prescribed by the Board in each case.
62 laws of Malaysia Act 520 seal of the Corporation 8. (1) every corporation shall have a common seal which shall bear such a sign approved by the Corporation with the approval of the Board and such seal may from time to time be broken, changed, altered or made anew as it deems fit by the Corporation with the approval of the Board.
(2) until a seal is provided by the Corporation, a stamp bearing the name of the Corporation encircling the letters "CIDB" may be used and shall be deemed to be the common seal of the Corporation.
(3) the common seal shall be kept in the custody of the person authorized by the Corporation and shall be authenticated by the person; and all deeds, documents and other instruments purporting to be sealed with the seal, authenticated as aforesaid, shall be deemed to have been validly executed until the contrary is proved: provided that any document or instrument which if executed by a person not being a body corporate shall not be required to be sealed may be executed in a way that similar by the Corporation; and any other document or instrument may be executed on behalf of the Corporation by any officer or servants of the Corporation by any officer or authorised servants of the Corporation generally or specially by the Corporation for that purpose.
(4) the common seal of every corporation shall be officially and judicially noticed.
Third Schedule [section 2 and subsection 33a (2)] of SKILLED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS 1. Building air conditioning Installer 2. Industrial air conditioning Installer 3. Pembengkok Bar 4. Handyman Block 5. Bricklayer 6. Carpenter's 7. 8 Ceiling Installer. Guardian machinery (registered with the Energy Commission) construction industry Development Board Malaysia 63 9. Concrete Pump Equipment operator 10. Handyman Concrete 11. Crawler Crane operator 12. Handyman Drain 13. Draughtsman – civil works and structures 14. Draughtsman – mechanical and Engineering Works 15. Draughtsman – architectural Works 16. Installer Wall 17. Machine operators Mostly 18. Installer Tools fire fighting 19. Handyman Mold 20. Gas pipe fitter Industrial – 21. Gas pipe fitter – Building 22. Glazier 23. The merchants Iron goods 24. Carpenter's Fine 25. Handyman Landscape – Soft 26. Handyman Hard Landscaping – 27. Metal workers 28. Mobile Lifting Work Platform operator 29. Handyman Paint 30. Pavior 31. Fixer Piling 32. Craftsman's Plaster 33. Plumber – Building 34. Plumber – Penyeliratan Water 35. Handyman Roofing 36. Handyman Repair 37. The Installer Tool Hygiene 38. Handyman Scaffolding 39. Maker Signs 40. Plant operators to Soils 41. Special Equipment Installer 64 laws of Malaysia Act 520 42. Fixer 43 Steel Structure. Handyman miles (Gross Rock) 44. Transport operators and Furnished 45. Handyman 46 Tiles. Fixer 47 timber structures. Crane operator 48. Waterproof Work employees 49. Craftsmen Weld 50. Maintenance (registered with the Energy Commission) 51. Site supervisor – the work of architect and Building 52. Site supervisor – building services 53. Site supervisor – civil works and infrastructure 54. Site supervisor – Electrical Work 55. Site supervisor – Am 56. Site supervisor – maintenance work 57. Site supervisor – 58 Mechanics Work. Site supervisor – 59 Structures Work. Site supervisor – Safety _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ the Fourth Schedule [Subsection 33c (1)] STANDARD for CERTIFICATION of BUILDING MATERIALS No. Types of Standard building materials approved by the Board 1. Sanitary (ceramic) (a) Sink (b) toilet bowl without tank pump (c) toilet bowl with tank pump MS 147:2001: specifications for Quality Hygiene Appliance Glass Pottery China MS 147:2001 and EN 1522:2007 specifications for toilet bowl Pottery Glass China MS 147:2001, MS 1522:2007 and MS 795:2002 construction industry Development Board Malaysia 65 No. Types of Standard building materials approved by the Board (d) the Bidet and free small bowel (e) Tank the pump is equipped with a mechanism (f) Tank pumps not equipped with mechanism (g) plastic pump Tank MS 147 MS 147:2001:2001 and EN 795:2002 MS 147 MS 795:2001:2002 2.
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Ceramic tiles steel frame Scaffolding Pa ip l empung be rkaca and installation and elbow pipes for drainage and sewer mild steel Wire for concrete reinforcement was reduced cold Sera t k impalan to lu l i bag i strengthening concrete MS ISO 13006:2003 MS 1462:1999 MS 1061: part 2:2008 MS 144:2006 MS 145:2006 7.
8. Portland cement: (a) white Portland cement (b) ordinary Portland cement harden and quickly (c) sulphate-resistant Portland cement (d) Portland cement furnace abu destroyed fuel (e) Portland cement furnace bagas hydraulic Cement (a) fuel ash Cement destroyed pozzolana (b) high Cement furnace bagas sanga (c) Cement stone MS 888:1991 MS 522: part 1:2007 EN 1037:1986:1227 MS 2003 MS 1389:1995 EN 1520:2001 MS 1388:1995 MS 794:2010 66 laws of Malaysia Act No. 520 Types of Standard building materials approved by the Board 9.
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Tergelek steel bar for concrete reinforcement System hot roof trusses finished wood used to be Cutting steel non-alloy hot-tergelek pre-pour concrete for steel wire Rope site for elevator Specification for frame scaffolding kelului Products iron and steel (a) specifications for steel wire rod of carbonised low (b) specifications for steel wire rod of carbonised high (c) specifications for steel wire carbonised low (d) Spesif ikasi for stress terlega fi seven sheets not coated for Handbook (e) specifications for wire carbonised steel galvanized for primary coating of the cable insulation Materials (a) Spes i f ikas i bag i mineral fibre thermal insulation material of glass floating (a) specifications for glass floating and floating glass polished plate MS 146:2006 CIS 5 MS 1490:2001 MS 1314: Part 1-6:2004 MS ISO 4344:1462:1999 2004 MS MS MS 1093 1092:1987:1987 MS 1137:2009 MS 1138: part 1-4:2007 MS 1239-1:2009 MS 1020 MS: 2010 1138 : Part 1-4:2007 construction industry Development Board Malaysia 67 No. Types of Standard building materials approved by the Board 18. MS 1064:2001 GUIDELINES for MODULAR COORDINATION of buildings (a) Ladder and openings ladder (b) Set the door (c) Set the window (d) flat rigid Plate (e) tile (f) stone, brick and block (g) Cabinet (h) component of concrete reinforcement MS 1064: part 3:2001 MS 1064: part 4:2001 MS 1064: part 5:2001 MS 1064: part 6:2001 MS 1064: part 7:2001 MS 1064: part 8:2001 MS 1064 : Part 9:2001 MS 1064: part 10:2001 68 laws of Malaysia Act 520 laws of MALAYSIA Act 520

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