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MIMET AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun 2012 - UniKL MIMET Official Website
MIMET AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun 2012
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From the Chief Editor
[email protected]
Elements of Critical Thinking
PATRON
PROF DATO’ DR. MOHD MANSOR SALLEH
CHIEF EDITOR
HJ. MAZLAN BIN MUSLIM
EDITORIAL MEMBERS
ABD RAZAK BIN ABD RAHMAN
AZILA BT. AYUB
NIK HARNIDA BT. SUHAINAI
SARAH NADIAH BT. RASHIDI
MOHD ZAWAWI BIN MAT TAHAR
GRAPHIC TEAM
AZIZAN BIN HJ. ABDUL AZIZ
AZZAHARI BIN HAMID
MOHD KHAIRRUDDIN BIN ABDUL KARIM
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Critical thinking had been shown to be lacking
amongst those graduating from institutions
of higher learning including universities,
polytechnics, colleges, etc. Hence the question
is: how to inculcate critical thinking culture
amongst university students?
In the present culture of twitter, facebook, internet, cybercafés, etc.,
students read less and perhaps surf the internet more, say on gaming
culture and social networking. Critical Thinking essentially looks at
an individual’s capacity to think rigorously and broadly about issues,
challenges or problems and to optimize the route to finding potential
solutions that can really work. In terms of sub-categorizing what
sort of behaviours and specific competencies are involved. Perhaps
the most important element of critical thinking is asking probing or
insightful question. List of qualities of a Critical Thinker are as follows:
truth-seeking - Critical Thinkers seek truth; open-minded - Critical
Thinkers value honest intellectual disagreement. There is strength in
competition between a diversity of ideas; analytical - Critical Thinkers
demand evidence for positions, and considers the consequences of
adopting any particular position for all affected parties; systematic
- organisation and focus are necessary requirements for the process
of developing, testing, adopting, and advocating new ideas; selfconfident - as Critical Thinking skills grow, people tend to develop
confidence in their ability to judge the merits of and choose between
ideas; inquisitive - Critical Thinkers want to know. Ignorance is neither
bliss nor desirable; and mature - Critical Thinking leads to wisdom
born of personal experience and the experience of others.
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he Holy Qur’an repeatedly provokes and challenges the reader
to think and contemplate the signs of Allah so that she/he can
understand. Human destiny is not to be passive like the angels but
to be creative for which she/he has been given the most sublime gift
of all, the mind. And creative mind is a critical mind. The religious
justification for understanding the reading of the Qur’an as initially
an intellectual challenge is that mere unreflective and unexamined
acceptance of that which is handed down to us is frowned upon by
Islam. There is a dynamic relationship that exists in Islam between
faith and reflective thought. And has not the Holy Qur’an said, “(Here
is), a Book which We have sent down unto thee, full of blessings, that
they may meditate on its signs, and that men of understanding may
receive admonition.” (Surah Sad, 38: 29). In fact, “verily in that are
signs for those who reflect (Surah Ar-Rum, 30: 21) is a constant theme
throughout the Holy Qur’an, which, among other things, underscores
the point that meanings of the sign of Allah cannot be read just off the
face of the signs but require thinking and reflection.
In Islam there is no such thing as knowledge for the sake of
knowledge. Knowledge has no value and virtue in and by itself.
Its virtue lies in bringing human kind closer to Allah. The view that
knowledge is the path that leads to Allah highlights two things about
Islam. Firstly that knowledge in Islam is important for a Muslim’s
spiritual growth and development. And, secondly, since knowledge is
acquired through the active process of going beyond what one already
knows, critical thinking is essential for a Muslim to grow intellectually
and spiritually. It further suggests, that intellectual growth without
spiritual development is aimless wandering, and spiritual development
without the intellectual component is meaningless.
Mazlan Muslim
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MIMET AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun 2012
THE CAPTAIN’S WAKEY-WAKEY CALL
PERJUANGAN MENDIDIK
Tepat jam 7.21 pagi 16 Mei 2012 lalu, saya menerima satu
pesanan ringkas dari seorang pelajar MIMET yang mengambil
mata pelajaran saya. Pesanan ini berbunyi ”Selamat Hari
Guru. Terima kasih atas semua jasa
anda. Jasa anda akan saya kenang
sehingga akhir hayat”. Saya terpegun
” Apabila
membacanya. Terbayang juga saya
seseorang itu
rupa mahasiswa itu yang memang
meninggal
saya kenal.
dunia, maka
terputuslah semua
amalannya
kecuali tiga: iaitu
sedekah jariah;
ilmu yang dapat
dimanfaatkan
dan anak yang
soleh yang
mendoakannya”
(H.R. Muslim).
Baginda juga
bersabda; ”
Bahawa orang
yang berat kena
seksaannya
dihari kiamat
(dalam neraka)
ialah orang yang
berilmu yang tidak
mengamalkan
ilmunya” (Ibnu
Hibbah).
Setiap tahun saya menerima ucapan
terima kasih dari pelajar-pelajar saya. Begitu
juga rakan sekerjawan di MIMET. Saya juga
dimaklumkan ramai juga menerima ucap
selamat dari pelajar-pelajar mereka.
Bagi seorang pendidik, ucapan sebegini
amat menyentuh hati! Ertinya segala usaha
mendidik ”anak-anaknya” berjaya. Saya
ingin mengingatkan sahabat-sahabat saya
kumpulan pendidik UniKL MIMET. Seperti
yang sentiasa saya sebut, tugas kita bukan hanya menyampaikan ilmu pengetahuan
dan melatih kemahiran, tugas berat kita mendidik mahasiswa/i kita menjadi ’orang’
yang baik.
Nabi besar junjungan kita, Muhammad s.a.w. besabda ” Apabila seseorang itu
meninggal dunia, maka terputuslah semua amalannya kecuali tiga: iaitu sedekah
jariah; ilmu yang dapat dimanfaatkan dan anak yang soleh yang mendoakannya” (H.R.
Muslim). Baginda juga bersabda; ” Bahawa orang yang berat kena seksaannya dihari
kiamat (dalam neraka) ialah orang yang berilmu yang tidak mengamalkan ilmunya”
(Ibnu Hibbah).
Kedua-dua hadis di atas menyedarkan kita betapa pentingnya ilmu pengetahuan
dikurniakan Allah s.w.t. kepada kita itu disampaikan kepada anak didik kita untuk
dimanfaatkan seterusnya dalam kehidupan mereka kelak. Ilmu yang berfaedah
membantu manusia mencari rezeki, memperbaiki kehidupan insan sejagat dan
menerapkan nilai-nilai murni dalam diri sanubari mereka.
Marilah kita , terutamanya warga kerja akademik, menjalankan tugas kita seikhlas
mungkin dalam menyebarluaskan ilmu dan didikan. Ganjarannya bukan sahaja
dikecapi di dunia malah di akhirat jua. Guru mana yang tidak berasa bangga dengan
kejayaan anak didik mereka?
Saya sendiri telah mengajar/mendidik sejak berumur 27 tahun iaitu sudah lebih
40 tahun lamanya. Hasilnya amat menggembirakan!! Terlalu ramai bekas pelajar saya yang amat berjaya dalan
kehidupan – menjadi jutawan dan profesional yang berwibawa dan terkenal. Banyak yang mengucapkan terima
kasih yang tak terhingga kerana mendidik mereka, walaupun pada ketika dulu mereka inilah sering memberontak
dan membuat kacau semasa menjadi pelajar. Rupa-rupanya ilmu dan didikan yang kita sampaikan secara ikhlas
itu diberkati Allah jua akhirnya.
Kepada rakan seperjuangan, pohon jangan berputus asa, ayuhlah teruskan ”peperangan” kita melawan
keburukan, tiada disiplin dan kemalasan belajar anak didik kita di UniKL MIMET.
Selamat Berjuang seterusnya!!
Prof Dato’ Dr. Mohd Mansor Salleh
Dekan / Ketua Kampus UniKL MIMET
MIMET AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun 2012
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Dari Meja Human Capital
( Eksekutif HR )
Info dari bulan November 2011 sehingga May 2012
1) Staff Baru Melapor Diri
No
Nama
Jawatan
Tarikh Lapor Diri
1
Mohd Amin Hakim Ramli
Pensyarah
01.12.2011
2
Mohd Faizal Abdul Razak
Penolong Pensyarah
01.12.2011
3
Fairuzkhan Hasan
Senior Specialist
03.01.2012
4
Hazwani Mohd Radzi
Pensyarah
01.02.2012
5
Nor Salwina Hashim
Kerani
13.02.2012
6
Muhammad Abdul Mun’aim Mohd Idrus
Pensyarah
13.02.2012
7
Puteri Zirwatul Nadila Megat Zamanhuri
Penolong Pensyarah
15.02.2012
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Fatin Zawani Zainal Azaim
Pensyarah
02.04.2012
Mohd Amin Hakim
Mohd Faizal
2) Staff Berhenti
No
Fairuzkhan
Hazwani
Puteri Zirwatul
Nadila
Fatin Zawani
Nama
1
Mohamad Surif
2
Aimi Hazwani Bt Abdullah
Nor Salwina
Muhammad Abdul
Mun’aim
Jawatan
Berkuatkuasa
Pensyarah Kanan
25.11.2011
Penolong Pensyarah
27.02.2012
3) Pertukaran Jawatan
Beberapa orang staf telah dinaikkan pangkat kepada Pensyarah setelah berjaya menamatkan pengajian di dalam
Master mereka. Mereka adalah seperti berikut:
No
Nama
Jawatan Asal
Jawatan Baru
Tarikh Berkuatkuasa
1
Syarmela Alaauldin
Penolong Pensyarah
Pensyarah
01.04.2012
2
Muna Norkhairunnisak Ustadi
Penolong Pensyarah
Pensyarah
01.06.2012
3
Azila Ayub
Marketing Eksekutif
Pensyarah
01.04.2012
4
Abu Bakar Abdullah
Specialist
Pensyarah
01.02.2012
Tahniah diucapkan kepada staf tersebut. Diharap mereka akan lebih komited dan bersemangat untuk terus
berkhidmat dengan cemerlang bagi kemajuan UniKL MIMET.
4) Perlantikan
No
4
Nama
Perlantikan
Berkuatkuasa
Ketua Seksyen, Marine Engineering Technology
01.12.2011
Aziz Abdullah
FYP Coordinator
15.03.2012
Dr. Siti Habibah Shafiai
R&D Coordinator
02.05.2012
1
Md Redzuan Zoolfakar
2
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MIMET AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun 2012
Aktiviti Mahasiswa MIMET
(Penasihat Kelab)
Siswazah Kohort Pertama (Januari 2010) Bersama Para Pensyarah
Majlis Jamuan Malam Kelab BMO (Bachelor
of Maritime Operations) telah diadakan di
Batik Virgo Resort, Lumut Perak pada 19 April
2012. Tujuan utama majlis ini adalah untuk
memberi penghargaan
dan mengucapkan
selamat tinggal
kepada 26 siswa
dari kohort pertama
yang akan memulakan latihan industri mereka
pada Julai 2012 dan seterusnya menamatkan
pengajian ijazah BMO pada hujung tahun.
Dalam ucapan perasmian majlis, Penasihat
Kelab BMO Prof Madya Kdr (B) Aminuddin Md
Arof mengucapkan syabas kepada AJK Kelab
yang diketuai oleh saudara Mohamad Taufik
Abas dan AJK Penganjur yang diketuai oleh saudara Mohamed
Azfar Mohamed Zaini kerana telah berjaya menganjurkan
majlis yang begitu meriah ini dengan sambutan yang amat
memberangsangkan daripada siswazah BMO. Beliau juga telah
merakamkan penghargaan
kepada dua Presiden Kelab
BMO yang terdahulu iaitu
saudara Muhammed Fahmi Ab
Ghaffar dan saudara Mohamad
Afham Abdul Rahman serta para AJK mereka yang telah
melaksanakan pelbagai aktiviti sejak kelab BMO ditubuhkan.
Majlis telah diserikan dengan pelbagai persembahan dan menjadi
amat meriah dengan persembahan hiburan oleh semua kohort
BMO yang ada. Semuga kelab akan bertambah aktif dengan
pelbagai aktiviti di masa hadapan.
MAJLIS JAMUAN MALAM
KELAB BMO
Juara Persembahan – Kohort Julai 2010
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[email protected]! (Ismila Che Ishak, MDT Lecturer )
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM):
OVERVIEW, DEFINITION, BASIC CONCEPTS, TECHNIQUES and PRACTICES
OVERVIEW OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT :
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND LOGISTICS:
A Supply Chain encompasses all activities in fulfilling
customer demands, needs and request. Thus the Supply
Chain Management is associated with the flow and
transformation of goods from the raw materials stage until
towards the end users or customers. It is also associated
with the transformation of information flows, materials
flows, service flows and funds flows.
Basically there is a difference between the concept of SCM and the traditional concept of
logistics. Logistics typically refers to activities that occur within the boundaries of a single
organization, whereby the supply chain management refers to the networks of companies
that work together and coordinate their actions to deliver products to market place.
Traditionally, logistics focuses its attention on activities such as procurement, distribution,
and maintenance and inventory management. Supply chain management acknowledges
all of the traditional logistics and also includes activities such as marketing, new product
development, finance and customer service.
Generally the supply chain management is divided into four
stages. The four stages are:
BASIC FIVE ( 5 ) MAJORS SUPPLY CHAIN DRIVERS:
Figure 1 shows the basic patters to the practice of supply chain management. Each business
in any supply chain is important to consider decisions involves on these five areas as below:
a)
the supply network
b)
the internal supply chain or the manufacturing
plants
1)
Production- what products does the market wants? How much of which products
should be produced and by when?
c)
the distribution systems, and
2)
d)
the end users
Inventory- what inventory should be stocked at each stage in supply chain? How
much inventory should be held as raw materials, semi-finished or finished goods?
3)
Location- where should facilities for production and inventory storage be located?
Where are the most cost efficient locations for production and for storage of
inventory?
4)
Transportation- how should inventory be moved from one supply chain location to
another?
5)
Information – how much data should be collected and how much information
should be shared?
In order to link the supply network and the manufacturing
plants, thus it is linked with E-procurements. However,
E-distribution links is used to link the distribution system
and the manufacturing plant. Finally the E-commerce
is used to link the distribution network with the end
users. Due to that fact, thus we are absolutely needs a
Supply Chain Management in our daily life activities. For
the business purposes, those companies that involve
and engage in strong supply chains network will gear
substantial competitive advantages in their markets.
SOME DEFINITIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT:
The term of supply chain management rose in the late
1980s and came into widespread use in the 1990’s. Prior
to that time, businesses used terms such as “logistics” and
“operations management” instead. Below are some basic
definitions of supply chain:
a)
“A supply chain is the alignment of firms that
brings products or services to market”- by:
Lambert, Douglas M (1998).
b)
“A supply chain consists of all stages involved,
directly or indirectly in fulfilling a customer
request. The supply chain not only includes
the manufacturer and supplies, but also
transporters, warehouses, retailers and
customers themselves”- by Chopra and Meindl
(2001).
c)
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“The systematic, strategic coordination of the
traditional business functions and tactics across
these business functions within a particular
company and across business within the supply
chain, for the purpose of improving the longterm performance of the individual companies
and the supply chain as a whole”- by Mentzer
John T (2001)
MIMET AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun 2012
Figure 1- the five major supply chain drivers
THE VERTICAL INTEGRATION OF SUPPLY CHAIN:
The extension from the five major drivers of the supply chain from figure 1 are continuously
needed in all decision makings that effects them. Figure 2 shows the vertical integration of
supply chain. The aim of this vertical integration was to gain maximum efficiency through
economics of scales. The vertical integrated companies serving slow-moving mass markets
once attempted to own much of their supply chains. Today’s fast moving market requires
more flexible and responsive supply chains.
Ilmiah AHOY! ( continue from page 6)
CONCLUSIONS:
With the help from supply chain management, it helps to
increase sales of goods and services to the final customers
and consumers while at the same time reducing both
inventory and operating expenses. With the challenges faces
in this competitive advantages, it is an advantage to the
business to learn on how to align their supply chains with the
demands of the markets that they are serve.
References:
1)
Lambert, Douglas M., James R. Stock, and Lisa M. Elram,
1998, Fundamentals of Logistics Management, Boston,
M.A: Irwin/Mc Graw-Hill, Chapter 14.
2)
Chopra Sunil and Peter Meindl, 2001, Supply Chain
Management: Strategic, Planning and Operations,
Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc, Chapter 1.
3)
Jay Heizer, Barry Render, (2006), Principles of
Operations Management, sixth edition,Pearson
Prentice Hall, chapter 11. Page 421
4)
Mentzer, DeWitt, Deebler, Min, Nix, Smith and Zacharia,
2001, Defining Supply Chain Management in the
Journal of Business Logistics, Vol 22, No.2, page 18.
5)
Supply Chain Management Concepts, Techniques And
Practices-Enhancing Value Through Collaboration,
World Scientific Publishing Co Ptd Ltd , Retrieved on 5th
January 2011 from http://www.worldscribooks.com/
business/6273.html.pdf
Figure 2-old supply chain versus new
Foto AHOY!
BERSIAP SEDIA...
Ahli Kelab MIQUAS
bersama penasihat kelab,
En. Mohd Saidi Saad
semasa latihan persiapan
pertunjukan air sempena
sambutan 10 tahun
UniKL peringkat UniKL
MIMET.
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Aktiviti Mahasiswa MIMET
( Eksekutif HEMs)
PILIHANRAYA KAMPUS UNIKL MIMET 2012
TARIKH : 28 Feb 2012 (Selasa)
TEMPAT : Perkarangan Bangunan Akademik
Pilihanraya Umum Kampus UniKL MIMET 2012 telah berjaya diadakan pada tahun ini di mana seramai lapan belas (18) orang calon telah bertanding bagi
merebut tujuh (7) kerusi yang dipertandingkan. Seperti tahun sebelumnya, satu (1) sesi Rapat Umum telah diadakan bagi memperkenal & mempromosikan
kesemua calon-calon yang bertanding.
Peratusan turun mengundi juga meningkat sebanyak 5% berbanding tahun 2011 hasil daripada sokongan kesemua pelajar & pensyarah disamping kempenkempen yang telah dilaksanakan oleh setiap calon telah memberi impak kepada penambahan peratusan turun mengundi pada tahun ini. Walau bagaimanapun,
pihak HEM berharap agar peratusan ini akan terus meningkat pada tahun akan datang. Berikut adalah keputusan rasmi pilihanraya:
BIL.
Bil. layak Pengundi
:
1 276 pengundi
Bil. turun mengundi
:
884 pengundi
Bil. undi selamat
:
804 undi
Bil. undi rosak
:
80 undi
% turun mengundi
:
69.27%
% undi rosak
:
9.05%
NAMA CALON
JAWATAN
1
Muhammaed Fahmi Bin Ab Ghaffar
Presiden
2
Muhammad Azlan Bin Mohamad Yusof
Timbalan Presiden
3
Muhammad Asyraf Bin Sharuffuddin
Setiausaha
4
Dailami Daniel Bin Mat Nor
Exco Keusahawanan & Perhubungan Seranta
5
Nurul Ruqaiyah Binti Mohd Radzif
Exco Kebajikan & Penempatan
6
Mohd Rifdi Nafis Bin Zaini
Exco Akademik & Kerohanian
7
Muhammad Akif Bin Shoid
Exco Sukan, Rekreasi & Kebudayaan
8
MIMET AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun 2012
Dari Meja Human Capital
( Eksekutif HR )
1) Selamat Pengantin Baru
Keluarga MIMET makin bertambah dengan berlangsungnya perkahwinan seramai 9 orang staf
MIMET dengan pasangannya. Staf tersebut adalah seperti di bawah:
1) Pn. Fadzilah Adnan (Pensyarah)
2) Pn. Norazlina Abdul Nasir ( Penolong Pensyarah)
3) Pn. Norfadhlina Khalid (Pensyarah)
4) En. Mohd Rusli Abd Rahman (Pekerja Am)
5) En. Azzahari Hamid (Pegawai Teknikal)
6) En. Mohd Nazik Aminy (Juruteknik Kanan)
7) En. Syaiful Izat Mohamad (Despatch)
8) Pn. Nur Diyana Abdul Wahab (Kerani)
9) En. Ismail Zainol (Penolong Pensyarah)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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“Apabila
berkahwin
seseorang
itu, maka
sempurnalah
separuh
agamanya, maka
hendaklah ia
bertaqwa kepada
Allah S.W.T untuk
selebihnya.”
(Maksud Hadis)
2) Kelahiran Anak Staf
Sehingga bulan April 2012, beberapa orang staf telah mendapat cahaya mata baru sebagai penyeri
kehidupan mereka. Mereka adalah seperti berikut:
No
Nama
Anak
Tarikh Kelahiran
1
Bakhtiar Arif Baharudin
Lelaki
26.12.2011
2
Hazrull DulHamid
Lelaki
03.01.2012
3
Shaiful Fazri Munandan
Lelaki
24.01.2012
4
Norliana Khamisan
Perempuan
14.02.2012
5
Dr. Siti Habibah Shafiai
Lelaki
14.02.2012
6
Syarmela Alaauldin
Lelaki
16.03.2012
7
Shaiful Bakri Ismail
Lelaki
24.03.2012
8
Yusmizhar Serad
Lelaki
27.04.2012
9
Fauziah Ab Rahman
Perempuan
11.12.2012
10
Marhaini / Muhammad Khallil
Perempuan
09.11.2011
11
Nooryani / Mohd Suib
Lelaki
27.11.2011
12
Khairul Anuar Mat Saad
Lelaki
02.09.2011
13
Asmalina Mohamed Saat
Lelaki
31.01.2012
UniKL MIMET ingin mengambil kesempatan untuk mengucapkan tahniah ke atas staf yang baru
mendirikan rumah tangga serta kepada staf yang baru mendapat cahaya mata baru. Diharap dengan
anugerah ini maka staf tersebut akan dapat meningkatkan lagi sumbangannya terhadap kejayaan UniKL
serta UniKL MIMET khususnya.
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[email protected]! (Aziz Abdullah, MCMT Specialist )
Classification Society: An Introduction
the soundness of their structure and design for the purpose of the vessel.
The classification rules are designed to ensure an acceptable degree
of stability, safety and environmental impact of vessel. Classification
societies set technical rules, confirm that designs and calculations meet
these rules, carry out survey on ships and structures during the process
of construction and commissioning, and periodically survey ships
during their service life to ensure that they continue to meet the rules.
Classification societies are also responsible for classing oil platforms
and other offshore structures. The survey process covers diesel engines,
important shipboard pumps and other vital machineries. The surveyors
inspect ships to ensure that shipboard components and machineries are
built and maintained according to the standards required for their class.
Very often we hear of ships being built
and classified in accordance to the
rules of a certain classification society.
Ships that are classified as such share
unique qualities and are looked upon
with an aura of respect because they
belong to a specific class of their own,
not like any ordinary ship that has
been built according to the whim and
fancy of any ship builder.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) under the United Nations
stipulates that all nations must ensure that their ships and other marine
structures flying their flag meet certain standards. These standards are
deemed to be met if the ship has the relevant certificate from a member
of the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) or
European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA). Certificates issued by the
classification society on behalf of the flag country are also required
for pumps, engines and other equipment deemed vital to the ship’s
function. Classification societies are authorized to inspect ships, oil rigs
and other marine structures and issue certificates to signify standards
met. Besides providing classification and certification services, the
larger classification societies also conduct research at their own
research facilities in order to improve the effectiveness of their rules
and to further investigate the safety of new innovations in shipbuilding.
A classification society is a non-governmental
organization that establishes and maintains
technical standards for the construction and
operation of ships and offshore structures. The
society will also validate that construction is in
accordance to these standards and will carry
out regular surveys whilst ships are in service
to ensure compliance with the standards. By
setting standards, a classification society avoids
liability in terms of safety, fitness for purpose, or
seaworthiness of the ship by reducing incidence of
failure or mishap through an increase in reliability
and efficiency.
Major Classification Societies and their
Functions
Conclusion
Classification societies definitely play an important role in ensuring
an acceptable degree of the critical factors of stability, safety and
environmental impact of a vessel is met throughout its service life. This
importance cannot be downplayed because these critical factors may
result in major costly catastrophe not only to ship owners but also the
national economy if standards are not met that result in unnecessary
and costly accidents at sea.
Currently, there are more than 50 classification
societies
worldwide,
the
largest of which are
References
Lloyd’s
Register,
Germanischer Lloyd,
Nippon Kaiji Kyokai,
RINA, Det Norske Veritas and
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)
((ABS)..
These classification societies employ ship
surveyors, material engineers, piping engineers,
mechanical engineers, chemical engineers and
electrical engineers, and they are often located at
major ports or nearby locations around the world.
These surveyors would survey marine vessels and
structures that have been classified according to
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1.
2.
International Association of Classification Societies (2005).
Common Structural Rules (online) Available from: www.iacs.org.uk/
publications/default.aspx (Accessed 27 Feb 2012)
European Maritime Safety Agency (2006). Assessment of
Classification Societies (online) Available from: www.emsa.europa.
eu/ (Accessed 20 Feb 2012)
E-mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
Aktiviti Mahasiswa MIMET
( BMO Club Advisor )
BMO CLUB VISITS
On Friday, April 27th, 2012, BMO (Bachelor of Maritime Operations) Club has organised a study visit to Lumut Port
with an aim of exposing BMO students in the daily operations of a seaport particularly Lumut Port that specialises
in the handling of dry bulk and liquid bulk cargo. This visit is the final among a series of visits organised by the
Club throughout the January 2012 semester and involved site visits to Lumut Maritime Terminal (LMT) and Lekir
Bulk Terminal (LBT) as well as a briefing on Lumut Port at its headquarters in Telok Rubiah. Before this visit, BMO
students were given opportunity to visit the Penang High Court, Penang Port, Penang Marine Department, Marine
Department Training Centre and Port Klang. Since BMO is a non-engineering programme with most lessons
conducted in classrooms, study visits are always emphasized to enhance the students understanding by seeing
things for themselves and getting relevant information straight from the horse’s mouth. The BMO Club would like
to take this opportunity to thank all BMO lecturers for taking additional effort to continually arrange for these visits.
A sincere gratitude is also extended to the services staff of UniKL MIMET headed by Madam Nik Umaimah and her
team who had always been very supportive of our initiatives. Jazakallahu Khairan to everyone involved.
Info Ahoy!
The LUMUT
PORT Project
began in 1993 as
a privatisation
project by the State
Government of
Perak, the first of
its kind in Malaysia
(a Greenfield port
and private sector
development
that received no
governmental
funding or grants).
Lumut Port
comprises two
distinct yet
complementary
terminal
developments:
LUMUT
MARITIME
TERMINAL (LMT)
LEKIR BULK
TERMINAL (LBT)
Both terminals are
operated by Lumut
Maritime Terminal
Sdn. Bhd.
Sumber :
http://www.lumutport.
com/corporate/default.asp
Foto AHOY!
Kacak & Segak..
Sebahagian staf
bergambar kenangan
pada malam
‘Appreciation Night
2011’ yang bertemakan
‘glamorous’.
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[email protected]!
( Abd.Aziz Ab. Rahim)
Specialist, ASAT
HYDRAULIC FLUID
LEAKAGE
Introduction
Safety
Hydraulic systems are often considered perennial consumers
of oil and in turn, make-up fluid an inherent cost of operating
hydraulic equipment. But what is the real cost of one or more
“minor leaks” on hydraulic equipment? To answer this question,
the costs associated with all of the following factors need to be
considered:
In many situations, oil leaks can pose a safety hazard. Like the costs
associated with contaminant ingress, the costs associated with the
safety risk posed by oil leaks are difficult to quantify - short of a lost
time accident actually occurring. In addition, the cost of minimizing
the safety risk can be obscured. An example would be more frequent
clean-up than may otherwise be required. This hides what is
essentially a safety cost in clean-up expenses.
•
Make-up fluid.
•
Clean-up.
•
Disposal.
•
Contaminant ingress.
•
Safety.
Make-up fluid
Conclusion
The annual cost of one slow leak, similar to that discussed above,
amounts to nearly RM 5000 per year. Imagine we have multiple
pieces of hydraulic equipment with several leaks on each of them
the accumulative cost over an extended period of time should alarm
us. Thus inspect our hydraulic equipment today and tag all leaks for
corrective action during the next available maintenance outage. It
could save a lot of money!
The cost of make-up fluid should be the most obvious cost of
hydraulic system leaks. This is many hydraulic equipment users
fail to consider the accumulative effect on the cost of one or
more slow leaks over time. Consider a leak from a hydraulic
fitting, which produces seven drops of oil per minute. It is hardly
worth to our attention, right? If the volume of each drop was 0.05
milliliter, over a day the loss is nearly half a liter - perhaps not a
significant amount. But over a month this equates to 15 liters and
180 liters over the course of a year. Assuming a fluid cost of RM
12 per liter, this “minor leak” is costing RM 2160 per annum in
make-up fluid alone.
Clean-up
Where there are oil leaks there is almost always a clean-up cost to
consider. Clean-up costs will include labour, equipment required
to empty sumps and drip trays, and degrease machine surfaces;
and consumables such as detergents and absorbent material. Assuming it costs RM 50 per week in labour, equipment and consumables to clean up the minor leak discussed above, the annual
clean-up bill totals more than RM 2400.
Hydraulic Power Unit attached to the Work Station in
UniKL MIMET’s Laboratory
Disposal
Environmentally acceptable disposal of waste oil and absorbent
material containing waste oil costs money. Assuming a disposal
cost of RM 1.20 per liter, the annual disposal costs attributable to
the minor leak discussed above amounts to RM 216.
Contaminant ingress
Where oil leaks out, contaminants such as air, particles and water
can get in. Costs to consider may include hydraulic component
damage and fluid degradation as a result of contaminant ingress.
Other problem arises are reduction in hydraulic system reliability
and removal process of the ingested contaminants.
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Reference:
1.
Bolton, W. 1997, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems, Butterworth
Heinemann, New York
2.
Andries Barnard, 2001, Hydraulic Systems-Operation
Troubleshooting for Engineers and Technicians, Elsevier
3.
Brendan Casey, website
and
Dari Meja Human Capital
( Eksekutif HR )
Sukan Staff UniKL MIMET
Karnival Sukan Staff UniKL MIMET telah dianjurkan oleh Kelab
Kakitangan MIMET pada bulan November dan Disember 2011.
Tujuan utama penganjuran ini adalah bagi mengeratkan lagi
hubungan sesama staf selain dari ingin mencungkil bakatbakat baru di dalam bidang sukan untuk diketengahkan
pada Kejohanan Sukan Staff UniKL yang akan dating.
Beberapa acara sukan telah dipertandingkan iaitu Futsal (
Lelaki / Perempuan ), Bowling, Badminton, Ping Pong, Sepak
Takraw, Bola Tampar, Dart, marathon dan Tenis. Kejohanan
telah berlangsung dengan meriahnya. Pada kejohana kali ini,
Anugerah Olahragawan telah jatuh kepada En. Daud Saari
mankala Olahragawati telah jatuh kepada Cik Noorhanita Abd
Rani.
Khidmat Masyarakat
~Kg. Permatang Raja, Pantai Remis
Bagi memenuhi hasrat untuk menyumbangkan khidmat
bakti kepada masyarakat setempat, UniKL MIMET telah
mengorak langkah dengan meneruskan lagi pengajuran
aktiviti tersebut. Kali ini program Khidmat Masyarakat telah
diadakan di Kampung Permatang Raja, Pantai Remis, Perak
pada 19hb Disember 2011. Seramai lebih kurang 50 orang
staf diketuai oleh Dekan UniKL MIMET, Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd
Mansor Salleh telah mengambil bahagian. Beberapa acara/
aktiviti telah diatur seperti membersihkan persekitaran Tanah
Perkuburan dan mengecat semula batu nisan, membersih
persekitaran Sekolah Agama dan Masjid. Program diteruskan
dengan aktiviti solat Zohor berjamaah dan ceramah Agama
oleh ustaz Muhammad Zaki Zakaria. Sebelum itu, satu
pertandingan memancing ikan telah dijalankan bersama
penduduk kampong dan di sebelah petang telah diadakan
acara sukan rakyat serta perlawanan persahabatan seperti
Bola Sepak, Sepak Raga Bulatan. Majlis telah diakhiri dengan
penyampaian hadiah oleh YB. ADUN Terung.
Appreciation Night 21.03.2012
Bagi memastikan staff UniKL MIMET sentiasa merasa seronok
berkhidmat dengan UniKL, maka satu Malis Penghargaan
telah diadakan pada 21hb Mac 2012 bertempat di VIRGO
Batik Resort, Teluk Batik. Objektif program tersebut adalah
bagi menghargai sumbangan staf yang telah berkhidmat
dengan cemerlang sepanjang tahun 2011. Pelbagai acara
telah dijalankan pada malam tersebut termasuk acara cabutan
bertuah.
Hari Keluarga 2011 26.11.2011
Program Hari Keluraga UniKL MIMET 2011 telah diadakan di
Taman Air Bukit Merah Resort pada 26hb November 2011.
Program tersebut telah berjaya mengeratkan hubungan
di antara staf serta ahli keluarga masing-masing. Pelbagai
aktiviti telah dijalankan sepanjang program tersebut
MIMET AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun 2012
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Ceritera Maritim
( Amin Arof. Assoc. Prof, MET)
CABOTAGE POLICY
Cabotage Policy is probably the most debated policy
involving the maritime industry this year. The intention of this policy is noble and could be seen as highly
desirable in order to protect the interest of Malaysian
shipowners. Certain quarters in Sabah and Sarawak
however, believed that the policy is the culprit behind
the significant price differences in the pricing of goods
and products in Sabah and Sarawak as compared to
the states in the Peninsular. Although the truth of such
accusation would require a deeper investigation, it
has nevertheless put the Cabotage Policy that was in
existence since the 17th century in the limelight once
again.
Sepangar Bay Port, Sabah. Is The Cargo Available
Sufficient To Attract Foreign Ships?
The term “cabotage” is a Spanish word which refers to maritime
trade along a country’s coastlines. In a layman term, it is a policy
that reserves the shipment of cargo from one domestic port to
another to local shipowners only. The main aim of such a policy is
A Domestic Container Ship. Can It Sustain Without A
Cabotage Policy?
to develop national ownership of shipping and acts as a platform
for local shipping companies to gradually expand and reach out
into international waters. It is policy that is still practiced by many
nations including developed countries such as the United States
and Japan. For some nations, the policy is strictly implemented
that no foreign-owned vessels are allowed to operate within their
national waters and only local crew are allowed to serve onboard
ships involved in the cabotage trade.
In Malaysia, the cabotage policy was introduced in 1980
through the amendment of Merchant Shipping Ordinance
(MSO) 1952. Unlike some countries, the policy adopted
in Malaysia is a liberal one as Malaysia also allows foreign
vessels to operate within our domestic sector through the
granting of an exemption issued by the Domestic Licensing Board. According to the Ministry of Transport, the
policy has successfully encouraged more locals to venture
into shipping. By numbers alone, Malaysian vessels have
increased to 4291 with a total gross tonnage of 9.9 million
tonnes in 2009 from a mere 622 ships with only 1.3 million
tonnes in 1984.
Despite the success achieved by shipowners, the predicament of certain quarters in Sabah and Sarawak should
not be left unanswered. Although their accusation on the
cabotage policy may not be true, it could well be one of the
contributory factors to the higher prices of goods in Sabah
and Sarawak. Hence, it would be interesting to see a serious
examination on the issue by neutral parties particularly
among the academicians.
References:
Abdul Rahim Abdul Aziz (2009), Cabotage Policy Will Be
Reviewed at http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/101051
(Accessed Apr 5th, 2012)
Government of Malaysia (2011), Merchant Shipping Ordinance 1952 (As At 20th October 2011), International Law
Book Services, Petaling Jaya.
Foto AHOY!
TEKUN...
En. Hazli bersama
sama penduduk Kg.
Permata Raja, Pantai
Remis membersihkan
Tanah Perkuburan
Islam semasa program
Khidmat Masyarakat
UniKL MIMET - Kg.
Permatang Raja.
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Berita Bergambar
10 TAHUN
Kemeriahan Sambutan
UniKL Peringkat UniKL MIMET
MIMET AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun 2012
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[email protected]! (Engr. Rasyidah Othman)
Let’s ask the researcher!
Are We Producing WASTE
Instead of MARINE VESSEL?
Introduction
Last year, we have discovered what is meant by lean shipbuilding. Let’s recall little bit about it. The principle of lean
shipbuilding is to eliminate or reduce waste during the production of ships, offshore structures and floating plants (1).
Lean shipbuilding has become sort of a compulsory tool for
world-class shipbuilders (such as Hyundai Heavy Industries,
Samsung Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine
Engineering and STX Shipbuilding) in order to remain competitive and to sustain their reputation (2).
We can conclude:
Profit
Figure 1 below is a pie chart that represents amount of activities performed
during the construction of a boat.
Source: Othman, Rasyidah. Lean Production as Efficiency Improvement Tool in a Boatbuilding Process.
Waste
Question:
What this means to our customer?
Answer:
Question:
So now, how are we going to know whether we are produce
waste or product/ service instead?
Answer:
Firstly, we need to go back to the principle function of
production department. In a shipyard, the production
department is responsible for the actual construction which
is to convert the resources into marine vessel that is fit for
purpose within the allocated time, budget and required
performance (in most economic and efficient manner) (3).
Secondly, we have to understand the term used in
manufacturing: value added activity. Value added activity
is the actual, necessary and effective production activity
that changes the physical resources to become a product/
service.
Usually, for other manufacturing industry uses automation
process, the percentage of operation or value added
activities is about 10% (4). However, from my research done
in 2008, a local shipyard is producing higher percentage of
operation or value added activities, which is 37%. This is
because the nature of conventional shipbuilding industry
is a labour intensive industry that uses labour (workers) to
transform the raw material into the marine vessel. However,
other than operation, they are many other elements or
activities that need to be eliminated or reduced because
there are categorised as non-value added.
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This means we are charging the customers for the unwanted activities. For
example, if the price of the boat is RM100,000. Out of this figure, the value
added cost to produce the boat is only RM37,000. The balance of RM63,000
is for the unnecessary activities that we are charging the customer. If the
customer has other option, definitely they will run to our competitor. So,
that is the reason we need to find ways to eliminate or reduce our waste.
Those who can reduce waste, they will alleviate their company to become a
competitor in their business arena.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
1. Othman, Rasyidah. Lean Production as Efficiency Improvement Tool in a Boatbuilding Process. Thesis M Sc. Shah Alam : UiTM, 2009.
2. Industrial Center. Korean Shipyards. [Online] 05 October 2010. [Cited: 22 July 2011.]
http://industrial-center.com/Koreanshipyards.html.
3. Othman, Rasyidah. Marine Vessel: Production Planning, Scheduling and Control
(Draft). Lumut : UniKL MIMET, 2011.
4. Heizer, Jay and Render, Barry. Principles of Operations Management. New Jersey :
Prentice Hall, 2006. 0-13-198196-X.
Laman Nurani (sumber internet)
JADUAL HARIAN MUKMIN DI BULAN
RAMADHAN
Diriwayatkan daripada Abu Hurairah r.a katanya: Sesungguhnya Rasulullah s.a.w bersabda: Sesiapa yang
melakukan sembahyang malam pada bulan Ramadan kerana keimanan (kepada Allah) dan mengharapkan
keredhaan Allah semata-mata, maka diampunkan segala dosanya yang telah lalu *
(Riwayat Bukhari dan Muslim)
4.00 PAGI
4.00 PETANG
4.30 PAGI
5.30 PETANG
1. Bangun tidur dan baca doa bangun tidur.
2. Berniat untuk melakukan sebanyak mungkin
kebaikan pada hari ini.
3. Mandi dan membersihkan diri.
4. Mengambil wudhu’ dan memakai pakaian yang
suci dan wangian.
1. Solat sunat Taubat 2 rakaat.
- Angkatlah tangan memohon ampun kepada ALLAH.
Menangislah menyesali dosa-dosa lalu.
2. Solat sunat Tahajjud 2/4… rakaat.
– Selepas sembahyang, angkatlah tangan berdoa
kepada ALLAH.
3. Solat sunat Hajat 2 rakaat.
- Ketika sujud terakhir sertakan di dalam hati segala
hajat DUNIAWI & UKHRAWI.
4. Solat sunat Witir 3, 5, 7, 9 ATAU 11 rakaat.
5. Perbanyakkan berdoa kepada ALLAH dengan penuh
rasa kehambaan, rendah diri, agar ALLAH ampunkan
dosa-dosa kita dan menerima amalan kita.
6. Baca dan tadabburlah al- Quran.
7. Berzikir.
5.15 PAGI
1. Makan sahur
2. Bersiwak / mengosok gigi dan membersihkan mulut.
5.30 PAGI
1. Bersiap menunggu waktu Subuh dengan membaca
Al-Quran atau berselawat/berzikir.
2. Solat sunat Subuh, sembahyang Subuh berjemaah
dan berwirid atau membaca ma’thurat.
3. Baca dan tadabburlah al-Quran.
10.00 PAGI
1. Sembahyang sunat Dhuha 2/4/6/8 rakaat.
2. Bersedekah harta/tenaga.
3. Baca dan tadabburlah al-Quran walaupun beberapa
ayat sahaja.
12.45 TENGAHARI
1. Bersiap untuk solat Zohor.
2. Menunggu waktu sembahyang dengan
berselawat/berzikir
3. Solat Zohor berjemaah.
4. Laksanakan juga solat sunat Rawatib.
5. Baca dan tadabburlah al-Quran.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Bersedia untuk solat Asar.
Laksanakan solat sunat Qabliyah.
Solat Asar berjemaah.
Berwirid atau membaca ma’thurat.
Baca dan tadabburlah al-Quran.
1. Membeli barang-barang keperluan
berbuka dan sahur tanpa berlebih-lebih
serta tidak membazir dan boros.
2. Ingatlah walaupun Syaitan dirantai
tetapi nafsu masih ada dalam diri kita!
6.30 PETANG
1. Siap sedia anak isteri untuk berbuka
puasa.
2. Memperbanyakkan doa sebelum
berbuka kerana di waktu itu adalah saat
dimustajabkan .
3. Berbuka puasa dengan makanan yang
manis seperti buah kurma & jangan
terlalu banyak.
4. Solat Mahgrib Berjamaah.
8.00 MALAM
1. Solat Isya’ berjemaah dan diteruskan
dengan solat Tarawih
2. Bacalah Al-Quran dengan
penuh tadabbur, seeloknya
baca dengan bertadaarus (seorang
baca, yang lain menyemaknya),
cuba khatam-kan Al-Quran.
11.00 MALAM
1. Memperbanyakkan istighfar sebelum
tidur.
2. Berniatlah untuk puasa esok hari .
3. Tidur awal agar dapat bangun awal
untuk beribadah.
4. Bacalah doa tidur.
5. Ingatlah tidur adalah mati yang
sementara, kemungkinan kita dipanggil
ALLAH ketika tidur.
http://hjmizan.blogspot.com/2010/08/jadual-harianmukmin-di-bulan-ramadhan.html
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SHORT COURSES AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering Technology (UniKL MIMET)
No.
CODE
SHoRT CouRSES ANd PRoFESSIoNAL
EduCATIoN For 2012 UniKL MIMET
COURSE NAME
CATEGORY
DURATION
(DAYS)
MARINE CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
1
MCT 001
D.I.Y BOATBUILDING – Stitch and glue technique
Marine
3
2
MCT 002
INTRODUCTION TO FIBERGLASS WORKS
Marine
2
3
MCT 003
WELDING FOR BEGINNERS
Marine
2
4
MCT 004
INTRODUCTION TO VACUUM INFUSION PROCESS
Marine
3
5
MCT 005
FIBERGLASS BOATBUILDING
Marine
4
MARINE DESIGN TECHNOLOGY
1
MDT 001
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD)
Marine
3
2
MDT 002
BASIC COMPUTER AIDED SHIP DESIGN (CASD)
Marine
3
3
MDT 003
SHIP PROPELLER DESIGN
Marine
5
4
MDT 004
SMALL BOAT DESIGN AND LOFTING
Marine
3
5
MDT 005
SHIP STABILITY AND WEIGHT ESTIMATION
Marine
3
6
MDT 006
SHIP DRAFT SURVEY
Marine
2
MARINE ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
1
MET 001
INTRODUCTION TO MARINE DIESEL ENGINE
Marine
3
2
MPT 001
INTRODUCTION TO PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY
Marine
3
3
MET 002
SHIP EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
Marine
5
MARITIME OPERATIONS
1
MOT 001
INTERNATIONAL LAW OF THE SEA
Maritime
3
2
MOT 002
INTRODUCTION TO SOLAS
Maritime
3
3
MOT 003
CARGO HANDLING
Maritime
3
4
MOT 004
SHIP CHARTERING AND PRACTICES
Maritime
3
APPLIED SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY
20
1
AST 001
BASIC PNEUMATIC
Mechanical
3
2
AST 002
ADVANCE PNEUMATIC
Mechanical
3
3
AST 003
PRACTICAL PRECISION ALIGNMENT WORKSHOP
Mechanical
5
4
AST 004
INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY, ISO 9000, TQM, SIX SIGMA
AND SPC
Quality Control
2
5
AST 003
HYDRAULICS APPLICATION
Marine
3
MIMET
Note: For further information on
Short Courses And Professional Education Training Calendar 2012 UniKL MIMET
Please
AHOY! #9 Mei - Jun
2012contact Mr.Bakhtiar at 05-6909055 / 012 902 2316

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