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Articles by Shaharuddin Ahmad
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  Kadir Arifin , Kadaruddin Aiyub , Shaharuddin Ahmad , Z.M. Lukman , Azahan Awang , Azmi Aziz , Muhammad Rizal Razman and Samsu Adabi Mamat
  The management have to make sure the safety of the university’s residential colleges at the highest level. Health and safety audit should be done frequently in order to reduce risks to staffs and residents in college. The implementation of health and safety audit in college also has to take into consideration the programme aspects like seminar, campaign and training. This will ensure the safety programme in college to be more effective and comprehensive. Lastly, the safety audit can be used as a monitoring tool as well as reducing the accidents cases in the workplace.
  Kadir Arifin , Shaharuddin Ahmad , Kadaruddin Aiyub , Azahan Awang , Lukman Z. Mohamad , Azmi Aziz , Samsu Adabi Mamat and Muhammad Rizal Razman
  This research studied students perception and awareness on occupational safety and health management in residential college. To achieve this objective, Ibrahim Yaakob College (KIY), University Kebangsaan Malaysia was chosen as a case study. Even though safety and health management aspects has been implemented through out the university, there are possibilities that students are exposed to certain types of accident and injuries. Therefore, it is important to carry out this study in order to ascertain to what extent the level of safety and health awareness among students at KIY. About 129 respondents were chosen among students who stayed at KIY. Pearson correlation method was employed to analyze the data. The result showed that various perceptions were given by respondents in relation to management level and occupational safety and health procedure at KIY. The study also found that there was a significant relationship between demographic factors and occupational safety and health training. Furthermore, the university should pay more attention to the aspects of safety and health management especially among residential college occupants, thus the welfare of the student can be managed properly.
  Kadir Arifin , Shaharuddin Ahmad , Jamaluddin Md. Jahi , Muhamad Rizal Razman , Kadaruddin Aiyub , Azahan Awang and Azhar Jaludin
  The study was carried out to analyze employees and students perception towards Occupational Safety and Health aspects (OSH) at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (FSSK), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Selangor, Malaysia. Based on questionnaire technique, information was gathered from respondents about their knowledge, opinion, understanding, acceptance and awareness towards OSH aspects. By using purposive sampling technique, 250 respondents were chosen from the faculty staffs and students. Data was analysed by using simple statistical methods such as percentage and average. Analysed data was presented in the form of tables and graphs. The results showed that the mean students perception towards OSH was at the statisfactory level (3.75) as compared to the medium mean staffs perception (3.3). The result obviously showed that the level of awareness among the faculty staffs about the occupational safety and health is at the moderate scale. Training and policy factors are the two dominant factors that influence the level of awareness among the FSSH staffs on the occupational safety and health aspects. Out of 49 respondents attended the training program, 89.8% of them showed a high level of awareness towards OSH aspects.
  Shaharuddin Ahmad , Khaidzir Ismail , Jumali Selamat , Kadir Arifin , Kadaruddin Aiyub , Azahan Awang , Mohd Fuad Mat. Jali , Z.M. Lukman and A. Khairul
  One of the important soft skills that have always been stressed by the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education for the university students to acquire during their university’s life is entrepreneurship skill. This soft skill should be an added value to students’ academic qualification once they leave university to face the real world. However, there are many factors that can be obstacles to students to acquire this soft skill such as shyness, social environment, academic stress, etc. It is therefore, this study attempts to examine to what extent factors such as shyness, social, artistic and self-esteem have influence on students’ involvement in entrepreneurship. There were 2,284 1st year students of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) have been chosen as respondents and each of them was provided with a set of questionnaire consisting of seven domains to be answered. SPSS program was used to process the data and then by the path model was employed to analyze the data. The path coefficients were computed by using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The results showed that the most influential factor on students’ entrepreneurial activities was social behavior with the path coefficient of 0.35. Even though, shyness has a small negative path coefficient, i.e., -0.08, it agreed with the assumption that by reducing this students’ personality trait, it will increases the involvement of them in entrepreneurial activities. Based on the residuals (e) of the regressions and other statistical tests, it is confirmed that other unexplained variables should be considered in an attempt to find the most influential factors on students’ involvement in entrepreneurial activities.
 
 
 
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