- All businesses that are operating have to submit a daily report to MITI.
- The report will consist of questions regarding social distancing, sanitising products and more.
- This will start from 20th May 2020.
Hello, our dearest foodies! More businesses are opening up and we are slowly returning to the new ‘norm’. While there are some of us who are business owners and returning back to work. Be it in any field of business, here’s a piece of news to take note of! Starting from 20th May 2020, all business owners who have already returned to operation must submit a daily report to MITI (Ministry of International Trade and Industry).
Business Owners Must Submit A Daily Report To MITI
In a blink of an eye, two months have already passed since the first day of the movement control. While some of us are enjoying the time at home, others have already started to feel bored. That’s why when our government announced that most businesses can return back to normal, many of us have cheered for it. While you can now see your colleagues at work, business owners are now required to submit a daily report to MITI.
To ensure that all businesses are following strict SOPs, it was announced that operating businesses must submit a daily report. If you’re a business owner and you’re wondering how to do this, let us guide you.
1: Visit the MITI website and create an account.
2: Select ‘Borang Notificasi’ and select ‘Laporan Harian Pematuhan SOP’
3: Fill up the form and remember to save!
This Daily Report Submission Starts From 20th May 2020
While each state in Malaysia has its own procedures and regulations, this daily report submission is compulsory for all business owners. So if you have a friend or family who is a business owner that is currently operating, do let them know about this because it is starting from 20th May 2020! Anyways, we hope everyone stays safe at work and see you in the next post.
Link(s): Official MITI website
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