Our operation resumed fully!

01.01.2023 Update
We are now available to meet face to face!
Please schedule an appointment with our team for business meetings!

Malaysia reopened its borders on 1st April 2022 as part of the national move to transition into the Endemic Phase. All economic sectors in Malaysia have been normal.

From 1st August 2022, all travellers are allowed to enter Malaysia regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status and do not require a pre-departure or on-arrival COVID-19 test.
The Malaysian government enforced no quarantine orders related to COVID-19 upon arrival. 
*Please note that travel restrictions and advisories may change at short notice. Kindly cross check with official Government website prior travelling.

Some of country measures that still in place (last update on 1st May 2022)

  • Wearing a face mask is optional, but encouraged to wear a mask in crowded places and for high-risk individuals.
  • Physical distancing is no longer required but encouraged when not wearing a mask.
  • MySejahtera check-in is no longer required. However, premises still need to check the risk status of visitors on MySejahtera.
  • Entry to premises is allowed regardless of vaccination status, except for those with ‘High Risk’ status or under Home Surveillance Order.
  • By default, COVID-19 positive cases are required to quarantine for 7 days. However, under Test and Release, they will have an option to undergo a supervised RTK-Ag test on the 4th day. If tested negative, they may be released from quarantine.
  • COVID-19 insurance is no longer required for all travellers entering Malaysia.

We stand with you all during this time of uncertainty. We are grateful for all of our first responders, healthcare staff, and everyone around the world working to contain COVID-19.

News relating to Malaysia Covid situation: https://www.thestar.com.my/tag/covid-19+watch

Should you have any questions or requests, please write to info@my.tuv.com.

Stay safe, stay healthy!

TÜV Rheinland Malaysia team

06.05.2020 Update
Good news! We now resume operation fully!

Following Government's announcement on Labour Day stating private sector allow to resume operation and MITI approval given to TÜV Rheinland Malaysia, our laboratories and sales activities are now available at your service. 
Please be informed that we are adhering strictly to SOP set by local authority and TÜV Rheinland group.

To ensure the safety of our employees, following internal measures are in place:

  • Temperature check and record on daily basis for all employees that enter office.
  • Sanitizer and mask provided to employees.
  • Control on number of employees that work in office daily so that 2 meters distance can be applied.
  • Social distancing practice of 2 meters internally (applies to seating arrangement as well)
  • All meetings and discussion to be conducted via teleconference tool. 
  • Employees able to conduct works remotely still remains "Work from home".
  • Official travel to or from risk areas is prohibited
  • Employees are asked to stay at home if flu-like symptoms are present, to contact a doctor and inform their employer.
  • Hygiene precautions within TÜV Rheinland's premises have been significantly tightened. Door handles and handrails, for example, are disinfected several times a day and additional disinfectants are available in all areas.

17.03.2020 Update
On March 16th, Malaysia Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has declared that the entire country will be on a Movement Control Order starting from March 18th to 31st to deal with the rise in Covid-19 cases. This order includes private premises that need to close within the said period.
Official government announcement: Click here

In compliance with Government directive, TÜV Rheinland Malaysia will temporarily close our Shah Alam office and laboratories operations until 31st of March 2020.

26.03.2020 Update
Following Malaysia Government announcement on March 25th about Movement Control Order (MCO) extension for another two weeks, TÜV Rheinland Malaysia will continue to close our Shah Alam office and laboratories operations until 14th of April 2020.

Malaysia Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said he was briefed by the National Security Council and Health Ministry as the trend showed new Covid-19 positive cases had spiked. 
Official government announcement: Click here

13.04.2020 Update
Following Malaysia Government announcement on April 10th about Movement Control Order (MCO) further extension for another two weeks, TÜV Rheinland Malaysia will continue to close our Shah Alam office and laboratories operations until 28th of April 2020.
Official government announcement: Click here

23.04.2020 Update
Following Malaysia Government announcement on April 23rd about Movement Control Order (MCO) further extension for another two weeks, TÜV Rheinland Malaysia will continue to close our Shah Alam office and laboratories operations until 12th of May 2020.
Official government announcement: Click here

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We Care About You

The health, safety, and well-being of our employees, partners, stakeholders, and the community is our primary concern at TŰV Rheinland Malaysia. We are monitoring closely and keeping our people informed on the latest developments on the COVID-19 situation and are updating our advisories and guidelines as required. We have established and is implementing strictly our internal guidelines in accordance with the government directives including WHO in addition to the protocols of TŰV Rheinland Group.

Should you have questions or clarifications, please feel free to email us at info@my.tuv.com.
Rest assured that we will keep you updated on the developments on this matter.

Meanwhile, you may refer updates from Minister of Health Malaysia. Please click here

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