By Mei Kuan
A session of synergy surveillance was carried out at the Chemor Industrial Area in Ipoh led by Perak Police Chief Dato’ Mior Faridalathrash Wahid yesterday (June 17).
A total of 60 personnel from various agencies such as the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM), Department of Occupational Safety and Health (JKKP), local authority (PBT), Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM), Ministry of Home Affairs (KDN), Royal Malaysian Customs Department (KASTAM), National Security Council (MKN), Ministry of Health (KKM), Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), Department of Labour (JTK) and Immigration Department (JIM) took part.
The joint operation was to ensure that all standard operating procedures (SOPs) are being adhered to by every owner of premises and their employees.
According to a Facebook post of the Perak State National Security Council, the integrated surveillance team found that most of the owners of premises and employees are in compliance with the set SOPs. However, a RM50,000 compound was issued to a factory that was operating outside of its permitted sector.
Everyone is urged to abide by the set SOPs at all times in order to aid the government’s effort in curbing the transmission of COVID-19.
(Pictures sourced from the Facebook page of the Perak State National Security Council)