Mandatory Basic Safety Training (MBST)

Mandatory Basic Safety Training (MBST) for Corporate Member

Corporate Membership has satisfied the Commissioner for Labour in respect of section 6BA(4), Cap 59 since 1998 on the understanding that Corporate Members have undertaken a minimum units in the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes, which include updates on occupational health and safety legislation.  On the basis that Corporate Members will continuously update their knowledge in occupational safety and health through CPD, Corporate Members of the HKIE do not need to take mandatory basic safety training before entering construction sites.

 

Please note that the HKIE is required to provide such CPD records concerning the recognition of the Corporate Members’ training for the purpose of section 6BA, Cap 59 upon the request of the Labour Department.

 

Mandatory Basic Safety Training (MBST) for Associate Member

As approved by the Commissioner for Labour in August 2010, Associate Members of the Institution could meet the Mandatory Basic Safety Training (MBST) requirements provided in Section 6BA(4) of the Factories and Industrial Undertakings Ordinance (FIUO), Cap 59, subject to conditions stated in "Guidance Notes for Application for Meeting the Mandatory Basic Safety Training (MBST) Requirements under Section 6BA(4) of the Factories and Industrial Undertakings Ordinance (FIUO), Cap 59".

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