|The International Institute For Sustainable Development (IISD)||International Tropical Timber Organisation (ITTO)||Ramsar Convention on Wetlands||Asean Social Forestry Network|
|Food And Agricultural Organization Of The United Nation||World Forest Institute||The World Conservation Union (IUCN)||International Institute of Tropical Forestry (IITF)|
|CITES||UN/ECE Timber Committee|
The Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia is responsible for the management, planning, protection and development of the Permanent Reserved Forests (PRF) in accordance with the National Forestry Policy (NFP) 1992 and the National Forestry Act (NFA) 1984.
Forestry Department Headquarters
The Forestry Department Headquarters is responsible for the formulation of forestry policies, providing technical advice and assistance to the State Forestry Departments with regard to forestplanning, management and development, forest harvesting and wood-based industries, forest operational studies as well as training and human resource development. The Forestry Department Headquarters has two (2) Deputy Director-Generals namely the Deputy Director-General (Policy and Planning) and Deputy Director-General (Operations and Technical), each responsible for six (6) divisions respectively. In addition, a Unit and another Division are directly accountable to the Director-General of Forestry.
Policy And Planning Sector
The Deputy Director-General of Forestry (Policy and Planning) is responsible for forest planning and economics, forest resource management, silviculture and forest biological conservation, forest eco-park and state forest park development, international forestry affairs as well as forest plantation and protection.
Operations And Technical Sector
The Deputy Director-General of Forestry (Operations and Technical) is responsible for administration and finance, forest engineering, technical and wood industry, forest enforcement, forestry training and human resource development as well as information technology systems development.
State Forestry Department
The State Forestry Department is responsible for the administration and regulation of forest harvesting, forest revenue collection and development of the state forest resources. The Department also plans and coordinates the development of wood-based industries. The State Forestry Department is divided into Forest Operations and Forest Development Divisions and supported by District Forest Offices.
Forest Operations Division
Responsible for administration, forest law enforcement, forest revenue collection as well as to coordinate and maintain liaison with the Forestry Department Headquarters, other state departments and agencies.
Forest Development Division
Responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring of forest management and development activities, including biodiversity conservation, ecotourism development and forest rehabilitation as well as the preparation and implementation of the State Forest Management Plan.
District Forest Office
Responsible for administration, controlling forest harvesting, forest revenue collection and forest law enforcement. The office is also responsible for implementing forest management and development activities including the management of forest eco-park and state forest park.
|1||Akta Perhutanan Negara 1984|
|2||Akta Industri Berasas Kayu (Kekuasaan Badan Perundangan Negeri) 1984|
|3||Akta 105 - Akta Lembaga Perindustrian Kayu Malaysia (Pemerbadanan) 1973|
|4||Akta Had Masa 1953|
|5||Akta Kontrak Kerajaan 1974|
|6||Akta Kualiti Alam Sekitar 1974|
|7||Akta Orang Asli 1954|
|8||Akta Pemuliharaan Hidupan Liar 2010|
|9||Akta Tatacara Kewangan 1957|
|11||Dasar Perhutanan Negara 1978 Pindaan 1992|
|12||Dasar Perhutanan Negara|
|13||EIBK PERAK 1987|
|15||EIBK Perak (PINDAAN) 2010|
|16||Enakmen Hutan (Penubuhan Hutan Simpan dan Pindaan) 1984 - Sabah|
|17||Enakmen Hutan Perak Pindaan 2015|
|18||Enakmen Hutan Selangor (Pindaan) 2018|
|19||Enakmen Mineral Perak 2003|
|20||Enakmen Perhutanan Negeri Perlis 1951 (Ibu)|
|21||Kaedah Hutan Negeri Kelantan 1986|
|22||Kaedah-kaedah Hutan Johor|
|23||Kaedah-Kaedah Hutan Perak (Pindaan) 2016|
|24||Kaedah-kaedah hutan Perak 1988|
|25||Kaedah-Kaedah Hutan Perak Pindaan|
|26||Kaedah-kaedah Tanah Putrajaya 2002|
|27||Kanun Tatacara Jenayah CPC- BI|
|28||Panduan Pengendalian Kertas Siasatan Bil.1-2011|
|29||Pekeliling KPPSM Bil. 3-2018 -Geospatial|
|31||Sabah Forest Enactment 1968|
|32||Sabah Forest Rules|
|33||Sarawak Forest Ordinance 20154|
|34||Sarawak Forest Policy|
|35||Sarawak Forest Rules|
|36||Tarikh Kuatkuasa APN DI PUTRAJAYA 2017|
|37||Tatacara Menjalankan Pendakwaan Di Mahkamah Bil. 3-2009|
|38||Tatacara Pengendalian Operasi Penguatkuasaan Hutan Bil.2-2009|
|39||Tatacara Siasatan JPSM|
Public Service Counselling Associates (AKRAB) is a specific name for officers and staff appointed as AKRAB members upon completion of the Basic Counselling Skills Enhancement Programme (PPKK). Circular No. 18 for 2005 stated the application of psychology in human resource management. AKRAB must be trained at two (2) levels of PPKK. The name AKRAB is a combination of basic compulsory values for a counselling associate, namely Honesty (Amanah), Commitment (Komitment), Rational (Rasional), Morals (Akhlak) dan Smart (Bestari).
AKRAB has the concept of “friend helping friend” in building team spirit, closeness as well as building each other’s potential respectively. It is also a support group that emphasises upon humanistic relationships.
The robustness of an organisation depends on the commitment and expertise contributions of its members. Without the commitment of the members, the activities of the counsellors will be seen as a burden. Thus, it is hoped that the formation of AKRAB within the organisation will establish a working group that has a strong commitment to the organisation.
• To create competent officers;
• To create a harmonious working environment;
• To help reduce problems incurred by the officers; and
• To increase empathy among members of the organisation.
“MAKING AKRAB AS THE MOVER TOWARDS HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT”
• To dispense guidance services to members of the organisation;
• To assist officers in need of help in dealing with personal problems;
• To act as an intermediary between officers and Psychology Officers in suitability problem screening; and
• To establish a good relationship with the management of human resources party in the agency to facilitate the implementation of AKRAB activities.
• To share knowledge and Information;
• To support changes;
• To strengthen the spirit;
• To share problems;
• To have teamwork culture; and
• To set changes.