Bagi memberikan kemudahan kepada majikan untuk melaksanakan ujian saringan COVID-19 di kalangan pekerja, Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (PERKESO) akan melaksanakan Program Ujian Saringan COVID-19 Fasa  Pemulihan.

Melalui program ini, PERKESO akan membekalkan Rapid Test Kit (RTK) Antigen kepada majikan dan pihak majikan bertanggungjawab untuk menyelaraskan ujian saringan COVID-19 dengan klinik atau hospital yang dipilih oleh majikan. RTK Antigen ini akan dibekalkan kepada majikan berdasarkan bilangan pekerja yang aktif mencarum dengan PERKESO dan kos ujian saringan COVID-19 perlu ditanggung oleh majikan.

Sebarang kemaskini berkenaan pelaksanaan program ini akan dikemukakan oleh PERKESO melalui Portal PSP ( dari semasa ke semasa. Sebarang pertanyaan boleh diajukan melalui emel atau talian hotline 1-300-22-8000 atau 03-4264 5089.

Soalan Lazim Berkenaan Program Ujian Saringan COVID-19 Fasa Pemulihan boleh dirujuk di sini - 07/09/2021

The pandemic has dramatically accelerated work digitization and remote work, where people started working at home for the first time. As new COVID-19 cases continue to emerge and affecting the socio-economy, employers should emphasize the health aspect of employees. 

Staying at home for prolonged periods of time can pose a significant challenge for remaining physically active. Physical inactivity is one of the leading risk factors for death worldwide. It is a key risk factor for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cardiovascular diseases, cancer and diabetes. 

Activ@Work Challenge, an initiative by PERKESO aims to encourage employers to help their employees to stay active, even when working from home during this pandemic! Collecting reward while being active, this program can make physical activity an interesting and engaging physical activity.

This is a 3-month challenge starting from 1st July to 30th September 2021. Visit our website at for more information on the challenge. Contact our team via Hotline at 03-4264 5089 (Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 1.00pm) or email to us at

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The SOCSO Workers' Health Promotion Seminar 2014



Employees are the most prized asset that a company has. They determine the success of the venture, productivity and sustainability of the business. The government and businesses had long realized the importance of maintaining employees health, thus the medical benefits provided throughout their employment. However, with the changing of demographics and disease pattern, the approach to maintain employees’ health will also need to adapt towards employees’ wellness.


The goal of the Workers’ Health Promotion Seminar 2014 is to highlight the importance of encouraging employees to take proactive steps towards maintaining their own health. This can be by undertaking various activities such as exercise, healthy diet, workplace health initiatives and many others. However an integral part of taking steps to maintain one’s own health is to know their own health status. This is where health screening plays an important role.


The majority of the stake holders invited during the seminar are employers, health care providers and employees representative. There will be papers presented to highlight the status of health and health screening trend among Malaysian employees, workplace health interventions and perspectives shared by caregivers and employers. At the end of this seminar, we will hold a forum with the stakeholders to the further discuss on issues of health screening and employee’s health initiatives.


It is hoped that this inaugural Workers’ Health Promotion Seminar will be able to bridge the gap between employers, healthcare providers and employees to take the initial steps towards sustaining health among Malaysia employees. It is within this pretext that the seminar is themed.





Employees' Health Care


Datuk Hj Shamsuddin

Employees’ Health Condition in Malaysia


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Victor Hoe

GPs Role in Wokers' Health


Dr. Ganabaskaran

KOSPEN framework


Dr. Zainal Ariffin

Sharing Experience_The NKF LifeCheck Health Screening


Puan Maznifah Fatah

The SOCSO Health Screening Program, Trend and Usage


Dr. Azlan Darus