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  • Malakoff Embarks on Implementing ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System ("ABMS")

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Embarks on Implementing ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System ("ABMS") 24 June 2019 Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) recently organised a Corporate Liability & ISO37001 Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS) Awareness Training and Workshop which was held on 25 -26 June 2019 at Malakoff Academy of Excellence (MAX) Auditorium. The session was carried out to introduce to staff and have them familiarised with the new standard of ISO certification that Malakoff will be adopting soon. The session also provided awareness to all Head of Divisions and Departments (HODs) on the amended Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Act 2009 with regards to bribery, corruption and corporate liability. ABMS is the latest ISO certification that Malakoff is embarking on, in addition to our existing ISO management system certifications on ISO 9001 Quality Management System, ISO 14001 Environmental Management System, ISO 27001 Information Security Management System, OHSAS 18001 & MS 1722 Occupational Safety and Health Management System that have been successfully implemented throughout the organization. En Mohd Nur Lokman Samingan, MACC Senior Assistant Commissioner, gave a talk entitled “Enhancing Corporate Governance by Understanding Legal Liabilities” with explaining the nature of corruption and the new provision in Sections 16A and 17A of the Act. Starting from June 2020, he stated that the new provision will be enforced to enable the prosecution of commercial organisations involved in corruption. This new provision is in fulfilment to the international requirements under Article 26 of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC), which refers to the liability of legal persons. Previously, the MACC Act only focused on the prosecution of a natural person, i.e. individuals involved in corruption. Under the new provision, a commercial organisation could be prosecuted if a person associated with the organisation commits a corrupt act to enable the organisation to acquire or retain a contract or interest. Upon conviction, the organisation will be liable to a fine of not less than ten times the sum or value of the gratification or RM1,000,000, whichever is higher, or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 20 years or both. “Therefore, commercial organisations are required to create policies and have adequate controls to prevent corruption in its organisation.” “This is because, if the organisation is found liable because it does not have adequate procedures, the Management of the organisation including Directors and Managers may also be found individually liable for the offence committed by the organisation,” he added. Further to this, a trainer from SIRIM Malaysia, En Azhar Dollah, explained in depth on the ABMS which will be implemented by Malakoff. He also conducted a workshop with Malakoff representatives on Clause 4 of the ABMS on “Context of the Organisation” which covers the organisation’s internal and external factors, stakeholder expectations, ABMS scoping within Malaysia, and bribery risk assessments. Risk assessments are carried out in line with our existing Enterprise Risk Management Framework (“ERMPF”) which is based on the ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management Principles and Guidelines. During the session, participants performed a Bribery Risk Assessment (BRA) and shared several corruption-prone scenarios and ways to curb its occurrence within various departments/divisions such as Human Capital & Admin, Corporate Services, Procurement, Corporate Affairs & Stakeholder Management, Local Generation and Group Finance & Accounts. At the end of the workshop, the participants came up with the first draft of the BRA that will be further expanded to form part of Malakoff’s ABMS.

  • Malakoff Organises Bowling Tournament with Grid System Operator (“GSO”) and Single Buyer (“SB”)

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Organises Bowling Tournament with Grid System Operator (“GSO”) and Single Buyer (“SB”) 8 September 2023 On 8 September 2023, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”) held a friendly bowling tournament with Grid System Operator (“GSO”) and Single Buyer (“SB”) at the Sunway Megalanes Bowling, Sunway Pyramid as an integral part of its ongoing commitment to engage and cultivate relationships with its key stakeholders. The event garnered a strong turnout from everyone involved, also serving as an informal gathering for working-level groups. Split into Individual and Group categories, the friendly tournament unfolded in two rounds. In the first round, participants collaborated with their teammates to analyse their opponents' strengths and weaknesses. As the second round kicked off, participants exhibited their skills, emphasising teamwork and camaraderie to secure the highest possible scores for their teams. In conclusion, the Individual category's champion emerged as Encik Mohd Nizam Muhamad Nor from Malakoff whereas the champion for the Group category were the group consisting Encik Muhammad Naseer Alias (Malakoff), Kavitha Kumaravel (SB), Encik Rayyen Khalis Zainal (SB) and Encik Mohamad Noor Faizal Abdul Rahim (GSO). Malakoff’s Assistant Vice President of the Local Generation Division, Puan Norafinaz Khairudin, handed over the prizes to the top ten Individual winners and top three Group winners, accompanied by Malakoff’s Senior Manager of Group Communications & Branding, Encik Md Yuha Ismail. This initiative is part of Malakoff’s continuous engagement with its key stakeholders through activities that can further cultivate the spirit of ‘silaturrahim’ while enhancing our working relationship towards fulfilling shared goals and objectives. It is also in line with our commitment towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal No. 17 that encourages stronger partnerships that will contribute to environmental protection and sustainable development. We would like to thank everyone involved for the camaraderie and great display of sportsmanship, and we hope to see you again next time.

  • Malakoff Organises Motivational Seminar for UPSR Students in Mukim Serkat

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Organises Motivational Seminar for UPSR Students in Mukim Serkat 9 May 2018 Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”) held a motivational talk and examination seminar for UPSR students in Mukim Serkat entitled “Program Kecemerlangan UPSR” from 10 to 12 May 2018 at Tanjung Piai Resort, Johor. The purpose of the seminar was to better prepare UPSR students for their upcoming examinations by providing study and exam tips. 156 Standard 6 students and their parents, the respective school principals alongside their teaching staff from seven primary schools located in Mukim Serkat attended the seminar. The schools are Sekolah Kebangsaan Sungai Durian, Sekolah Kebangsaan Serkat, Sekolah Kebangsaan Andek Mori, Sekolah Kebangsaan Permas Kelapa, Sekolah Kebangsaan Seri Sinaran Chokoh, Sekolah Kebangsaan Sungai Boh and Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Pei Chiao. The seminar is a part of a series of education initiatives planned for schools in Mukim Serkat this year. Earlier in April, Malakoff launched “Jom Sarap” at these schools to provide the school children with nutritious breakfast to improve their focus in class and also to encourage them to come early to school. Speaking of the seminar, Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff, Dato’ Ahmad Fuaad Kenali believed that the event would provide more confidence to the students and motivate them to work harder to prepare for their UPSR in September. “Our on-going educational programmes for the students demonstrate our commitment to our corporate social responsibility for the local communities where we operate. We believe education is key to development, that is why we are putting in our effort to help these students to do better in their studies,” he added. During the three-day seminar, the students were taught on time management, study tips, methods on answering questions and other exam-related techniques. On the last day of the seminar, parents of the UPSR students were encouraged to attend so that they could carry on motivating their children post-event. As preparing for a major examination could be quite stressful on the young ones, parents were reminded to continuously support their children to cope with the pressure. The Principal of Sekolah Kebangsaan Sg Boh, Mrs. Zarina binti Sidik, said that the seminar was very useful for students who are currently preparing for the UPSR. She also acknowledged Malakoff’s effort in helping the students to achieve academic excellence. “The students thoroughly enjoyed the programme and gained a lot of exposure and knowledge from it. The seminar impacted positively on the way they approach their studies,” she said. The seminar ended with a presentation of certificates of participation to all students.

  • Lean Six Sigma Launch at Lumut Power Plant 2017

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Lean Six Sigma Launch at Lumut Power Plant 2017 24 May 2017

  • Malakoff Wins BCM Team of the Year Award 2020

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Wins BCM Team of the Year Award 2020 23 August 2021 Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”), a member of MMC Group, has won two awards at The Disaster Recovery Institute (“DRI”) Business Continuity Management (“BCM”) Regional Business Continuity & Cyber Resilience – Virtual Conference & Awards of Excellence that was held from 23 to 24 August 2021. Malakoff was awarded with ‘BCM Team of The Year Award 2020’ and ‘Best Associate Business Continuity Professional (ABCP) Award’. The BCM Team of the Year Award recognises the human capital of business continuity departments across the organisation, including teams that venture into variety of fields, or are geographically dispersed. As for the ABCP award, it recognises good standing in demonstrating continuous learning and practicing BCM. DRI is the oldest and largest global BCM organisation. They are well recognised in promoting a base of common knowledge for the BCM industry, certifying qualified individuals in the discipline of BCM and promoting the credibility and professionalism of certified individuals. The awards present a unique opportunity and professional platform for professionals and organisations to be publicly recognised as leaders in specific fields amongst fellow practitioners in the industry internationally. Commenting on the awards won, Encik Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib, the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff said, “Congratulations on this recognition. This is what we call ‘excellence!’”. Congratulations to the Malakoff BCM team and all BCM Coordinators!

  • Majlis Korban Segari & Mukim Serkat 2020

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Majlis Korban Segari & Mukim Serkat 2020 30 July 2020

  • Malakoff Hosts ‘Sukan Rakyat’ Carnival For Mukim Serkat

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Hosts ‘Sukan Rakyat’ Carnival For Mukim Serkat 10 July 2013 Action-Packed Weekend of Fun and Frolic For Family and Friends Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) recently organised a ‘Sukan Rakyat’ carnival at Mukim Serkat as part of its efforts to build, strengthen and sustain relationships with the local communities where it operates. Close to 1,000 local residents of all ages from the village participated in a host of exciting family-oriented attractions and telematch games at the event over the weekend. The ‘Sukan Rakyat’ held from 14 to 16 June was organised in collaboration with the Penghulu and Jawatankuasa Kemajuan Kampung (JKK) of Mukim Serkat. Speaking about the initiative, Zainal Abidin Jalil, the Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff said, “As Malakoff continues to expand its operations in Tanjung Bin, we are committed to work in close and active partnership with the local communities to share the benefits of our success with them.” “I am pleased that the Malakoff ‘Sukan Rakyat’ was a positive collaboration between the Company and the local community. We will roll out more joint initiatives under our flagship Corporate Social Responsibility platform - the Malakoff Community Partnerships, that will bring us and the local residents together,” he added. The weekend drew large crowds from eight villages in Mukim Serkat participating in various fun-filled activities, including a karaoke competition, colouring contest, costume challenge, sports activities and traditional games. Adding more excitement to the Malakoff ‘Sukan Rakyat’ event, attractive prizes were awarded to the winners and participants. Overall, Malakoff invested RM16,310 for organising the event and prizes. Visibly happy while recollecting his experience of the Malakoff ‘Sukan Rakyat’, Roslan Bin Bokari, Penghulu of Mukim Serkat said, “The event was a great opportunity for the community to come together and have fun as one big family. Overall, it was an enjoyable weekend and I look forward to other events in the future.” “I would like to thank Malakoff for their generous contributions and active involvement. Their on-the-ground initiatives have benefitted the community in Mukim Serkat,” he added. Recently, Malakoff also donated RM91,700 to benefit 396 school children and varsity students as well as selected organisations in Mukim Serkat. Beneficiaries included various JKKK, schools, mosques, local NGOs and fisherman associations in Mukim Serkat. Since 2011, the Company has contributed over RM710,147.71 for various welfare projects around the Tanjung Bin area.

  • Malakoff-UTM Eco Run 2012 returns with big, green impact

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff-UTM Eco Run 2012 returns with big, green impact 24 November 2012 The lush green landscape of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) once again became the backdrop of the second Malakoff-UTM Eco Run 2012. Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) in partnership with UTM has successfully organised the Run which saw the participation of 1300 athletes coming together in support for a green cause. The Malakoff-UTM Eco Run is a unique sporting event aimed at promoting a healthy and active lifestyle while advocating the importance of environmental conservation among students and the public. In line with the ecological theme, a host of fun-filled “green awareness” initiatives were lined up on the eve and on race day, including rowing competition, futsal tournament and mountain bike fun ride, to name a few. Malakoff is an ardent supporter of both sporting and environmental conservation efforts and the Eco Run is a unique combination in support of both. Continuation of meaningful initiatives such as these is as part of its flagship Corporate Social Responsibility platform – the Malakoff Community Partnerships. The Malakoff-UTM Eco Run was opened in five main categories including, the Men’s and Women’s Open Category (20km), Men’s and Women’s Veteran Category (10km), Men’s and Women’s Campus Category for students and staff (15km), Men’s and Women’s Youth Category (10km) as well as the Men’s and Women’s Fun Run Category (5km). First to cross the finish line in the Men’s Campus Category for Students was Gan Shih Chau[Name], finishing the race in 55 minutes. Also beaming with joy was Noor Aini Mohd Tajuddin, the champion for the Women’s Campus Category for Students, clocking in at 1 hour 23 minutes. All participants were presented with a certificate of participation and medal, while the winners in each category were also awarded with a grand prize worth up to RM1,000. Professor Datuk Dr. Mohd Tajudin Ninggal, the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs and Alumni of UTM expressed his gratitude towards Malakoff’s continuous support. He said, “In addition to the healthy and green values promoted during the race, the initiative is also well in line with our commitment to promote UTM as a prime location in the region for sporting events.” “We definitely look forward to collaborate with Malakoff again in other meaningful projects in the future,” he added.

  • Operations & Maintenance Portfolio | Malakoff Corporation Berhad | Kuala Lumpur

    Committed to serving your needs. Back Operations & Maintenance Portfolio Malakoff Technical Solutions Sdn. Bhd. Malakoff Power Berhad Tanjung Bin O&M Berhad Malakoff Technical Solutions Sdn. Bhd. Malakoff’s Operation & Maintenance (“O&M”) activity is carried out by its wholly–owned subsidiary, Malakoff Power Berhad (“MPower”) and Malakoff Technical Solutions Sdn. Bhd. (“MTSSB”) - formerly known as Teknik Janakuasa Sdn. Bhd.. MTSSB is amongst Malaysia's most sought after provider of Operations & Maintenance Services. MTSSB a is wholly-owned subsidiary of Malakoff Corporation Berhad ("MCB") which is Malaysia's leading IPP generating 5,910 MW from six power stations for the domestic power generation sector. ​ Since it's establishment in 1993, MTSSB has grown into a full-fledged global O&M provider for power and water desalination plants. MTSSB's successful entry into the Middle East and South-East Asian markets has presented the opportunity to expand their presence globally. ​ For more information on Malakoff Technical Solutions Sdn. Bhd., please visit Malakoff Technical Solutions . No Project Name Location Type of Plant Capacity of Plant (MW) Water m³/day Plant COD 01 ZEC Solar Farm Malaysia Solar 29 - 2019 02 Toray Cogen Malaysia Cogen 33 - 2017 03 Tanjung Bin Energy Power Plant Malaysia Coal 1,000 - 2016 04 Bibiyana Power Plant Bangladesh Gas 345 - 2015 05 Azzour South Power Plant Kuwait Gas 1,200 - 2014 06 Merak Co-Generation Plant Indonesia Cogen-Coal 120 - 2013 07 Souk Tleta Extension Algeria WPP - 200,000 2011 08 Shuaibah 3 IWPP Saudi Arabia IWPP 900 880,000 2010 09 Shuaibah Extension Saudi Arabia WPP - 150,000 2009 10 Azzour South Emergency Power Plant Kuwait Gas 800 - 2008 11 Tanjung Bin Power Plant Malaysia Coal 2,100 - 2006 12 Al Ghubra IWP Oman IWP - 191,000 2006 13 Prai Power Plant Malaysia Gas 350 - 2003 14 GB3 Power Plant Malaysia Gas 640 - 2001 15 CUF Kerteh Malaysia Cogen 108 - 1999 16 CUF Gebeng Malaysia Cogen 216 - 1999 17 SEV Power Plant Malaysia Gas 1,303 - 1996 ⬞ TOTAL 9,144 1,421,000

  • Visited Sekolah Anak Yatim Al-Ansar in Batang Berjuntai

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Visited Sekolah Anak Yatim Al-Ansar in Batang Berjuntai 19 July 2009 I have been to a few orphanages and schools for orphans and the under privileged but my experiences before was not enough to prepare me for what would greet me at Sekolah Anak Yatim Al-Ansar. The ride from the office took us a more than an hour. Batang Berjuntai is not really a place of public interest nor is it a place to spend the weekend getaway. After a few kilometers of driving on uneven kampung roads, we came to the mentioned school. The morning classes were still in session but the place was quiet and serene. There were even a few trees bearing fruits for this year’s season. Ustazah Hafizah, greeted and invited us in for some food and drinks before we proceeded to looking around the school area. She uttered the names of some Malakoff staff that were still remembered and some who had still maintained a good relationship with the orphanage until today. “The school and its residents are very grateful to them and the other staff for their visits and contributions to the school,” she said. First stop was the school’s library. Nothing to shout about, the books were neatly arranged - books on Islamic teachings and reference books. “We would appreciate if we can get more reference books or dictionaries for the library as we are lacking in these materials,” added Ustazah Hafizah, who thought that the library is the best gift ever for the kids there. We were then brought to the classrooms where the children were being taught by the teachers who were only given allowances or ‘saguhati’ for teaching at the school. They didn’t have the luxury to scribble on whiteboards using marker pens. It’s not worth wasting hard-earned money on such luxuries. As long as there were blackboards and chalks for them to write with, they will continue to educate the children in whatever manner they can to ensure that they will have a brighter future after leaving the school. Looking through the missing pieces of the glasses on the Naco window panes, I could see eagerness in the kids, sitting on the rickety chairs and writing on the shabby-looking desks, trying to learn and change their fate in life. Most of them were orphans; some were troubled kids, sent by their families here to be more disciplined and to return to the teachings of Islam. Moving on to the first floor where the boys’ dormitories were situated, the wooden structures were a little dilapidated but they were not complaining. At least with the wall fans contributed by some noble souls, they were able to sleep at night, albeit sharing the room with 20 other people. Clothes were hanging all over from the walls and ceilings. Sometimes when it’s raining heavily, the rain water would seep through the ceilings and walls, destroying the wooden structures. The girl's dormitories are similar with the boy's dormitories, where we were welcomed by dilapidated walls and floors, dangerous-looking DIY electrical wiring, missing pieces of glasses on the Naco windows, and old torn rubber mats. At night, they would combine mattresses that were available for them to sleep on. The washing room area for the girl’s dormitories was a different story. Toilet doors were missing. They bathed in a common area from a few large ‘kolah’ that were concealed by concrete walls - probably a little different of how things were done at home, but they were contented with what they have and put them to good use. These are just some of the few things that we can help contribute to improve their way of living and learning areas. A few hanging racks, some pieces of glass for the Naco windows, student reference books and dictionaries for their library, mattresses, rubber mats. These are not luxury items but are basic daily necessities. Therefore for the coming gotong-royong, we planned to do at the school next month. Volunteers are welcome to clean-up the place with us, do some easy DIY fixing, well, basically visit the orphans to show them that there are still people in this world who care for their well-being. At the same time, you are also welcome to contribute basic food stuff like rice, sugar, cooking oil and flour. Anyone who wants to pay their fidiyah can also do it at the school during our gotong-royong. As for clothing items, Ustazah said, the residents’ age are mostly between 9 to 17 years old, and among the contributions that are most welcomed by the school are T-shirts, long pants, track bottoms, baju melayu, baju kurung and telekung for prayers. We will need everyone’s help in making this charity event a success. For those who would like to contribute clothing items or food stuff, kindly bring the items that you would like to donate to the school on your own this coming August 15. If you can’t make it, kindly ask a colleague who will be joining the gotong-royong to deliver the items for you. In the spirit of charity, we would like to have as many staff as possible to join us for the event and you are welcomed to bring your family members along to help out with the gotong-royong. It can be an eye-opener for them to see the living conditions of these orphans and appreciate what they have at home.

  • Launching Of Mad Charity Century Ride 2010

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Launching Of Mad Charity Century Ride 2010 13 August 2010

  • Malakoff Donates Six Cows to Segari, Prai and Mukim Serkat for Aidil Adha

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Donates Six Cows to Segari, Prai and Mukim Serkat for Aidil Adha 30 July 2020 In commemoration of the sacrifices made by Prophet Ibrahim who was tested by Allah to demonstrate his immense faith, Muslims around the world regard Hari Raya Aidiladha as one of the most important celebrations in the Hijri calendar. It is also a time to strengthen the bond or ‘silaturrahim’ among members of the community through the act of giving. In conjunction with the Aidiladha celebration that fell on 31 July this year, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) had donated 2 cows to each of the communities surrounding its 3 operations. Prior to the Aidiladha celebration, the livestock were handed over by the respective Plant Managers to the local community mosques. In Perak, Lumut Power Plant’s Plant Manager, En. Lan Sulkaimy Mohd Yusof handed over the livestock to Masjid Khairul Jariah Kq Segari’s Deputy Chairman, En. Zailani Zenon; in Penang, Prai Power Plant’s Head of Maintenance, Tuan Hj Jauhar Mohamed handed over to the Chairman of Masjid Padang Lallang, Prai, Tuan Hj Muhammad Zakri Hj Ismail; whilst in Johor, Tanjung Bin Power Plant’s Plant Manager, En. Mohd Kopli Yunus handed over to Ketua Kampung Kawasan (1) Mukim Serkat, En. Ab. Hamid Ahmad. In compliance with the current Standard Operating Procedures imposed by the Government, only 20 people were allowed to manage the slaughtering of each cow and the distribution of the meat to the needy in their respective areas. En. Ab. Hamid acknowledged Malakoff’s contribution to the communities for the Aidiladha celebration. “Due to the ongoing pandemic, times have been hard for most of the congregation. Therefore, we are grateful that Malakoff made a conscious effort to show that it cares about the well-being of our community,” he said.

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