EACS Corporate member of Profit & Non-profit organisation whose mission is to promote excellence in standards and Training
IQM had collaborated with many organizations and governmental agencies like SIRIM, Department of Standards Malaysia (DSM), MAMPU, NPC, and other NGO's like the COSTAM (Confederation of Scientific and Technological Associations in Malaysia) which had 32 other organizations as members.
IQM sits on the Malaysian Standards and Accreditation Council (MASAC), the policy council of DSM, several national organizations at SIRIM to draft the various ISO standards. IQM (and MRCA, its other registration arm) work closely with MAMPU to register quality consultants and practitioners, quality auditors (much like IRCA in UK) to ensure certain measures of control for our quality practices in the country.
Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management (MIHRM) was established in 1975 as Malaysia’s first professional body promoting the practice of Human Resource Management. As the leading and independent body for Human Resource Management in Malaysia
MIHRM has trained more than 20,000 competent HR professionals and practitioners in both the private and public sectors. The wide array of professional training courses, public programmes, consultation and support for organizations and individuals has put MIHRM at the forefront of the industry as the sole authority on Human Resource Management in the country. This is consistent with its reputation as the only professional body authorized to certify HR practitioners in Malaysia.
MIHRM is also affiliated with the World Federation of People Management Association (USA) and Asia Pacific Federation of Human Resource Management (APFHRM) and other reputable regional Human Resource Management Associations.
Inaugurated as a voluntary society on 29 January 1966, the Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM) was incorporated as a limited company on 28 March 1975. As the national management organisation, MIM’s primary role is to promote management skills across Malaysia, exposing Malaysian companies to management best practice from all corners of the globe. It also acts as an important bridge between the private and public sectors.
Independent, non-political and not-for-profit, MIM serves as a platform for the free exchange of management ideas and experience, bringing together managers and organisations from all walks of life. It is also a development centre, committed to enhancing and maintaining professional management standards.
ISQEM is a fully international professional association with members from across the world including UK, USA, Europe, Asia, Africa, India, Middle East, Far East, and South America, who have joined together to ensure that the three main key areas of management Safety, Quality and Environment are being raised and improved worldwide.
The Association is non-profit making, and contributes to the enhancement of safety quality and environmental management on a global scale.
The Malaysian Society for Industrial Safety & Health was registered on the 27th April 1971.Since its formation and registration, the Society has all the time been a non-profit, non-governmental and non-political organisation. In 1991 the Society was renamed as the Malaysian Society for Occupational Safety and Health where the Patron of the Society is the Honourable Minister for Human Resources Malaysia.
The Malaysian Society for Quality in Health or better known as MSQH is a professional not-for-profit organization registered under the Registrar of Society (ROS) in 17th October 1997. It was the brainchild of the Ministry of Health Malaysia in collaboration with the Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia and the Malaysian Medical Association.
MSQH is dedicated to improving the quality of the nation’s health care through voluntary accreditation. The Malaysian Hospital Accreditation Standards are intended to stimulate continuous, systematic improvement in an organization's performance and the outcomes of care.
MSQH has successfully signed a Memorandum of understanding on 19th November 2009 with STANDARDS MALAYSIA where MSQH is recognised as the sole accreditation body and standards within organisation for further health care facilities and services in Malaysia.
MSQH is also recognised by the Ministry of Health Malaysia as the national accreditation body for health care facilities and services.
MSQH is awarded the ISQua Accreditation certification on Standards and Organisation for the second cycle from July 2012 to May 2016.