PUSPAKOM merupakan pemeriksa kenderaan yang disahkan mempelawa warganegara Malaysia yang berminat dan berkelayakan untuk mengisi jawatan kosong sebagai Pemeriksa Kenderaan (Vehicle Examiner). Calon-calon mestilah mempunyai kelulusan Diploma dalam Mechanical/Automotive atau setaraf. Fresh graduates juga digalakkan memohon. Calon yang layak akan mengikuti kursus sebulan di akademi Puspakom dan juga latihan kerja (OJT) selama 1 hingga 6 bulan di kawasan Lembah Kelang. Terdapat lebih 100 kekosongan yang ditawarkan, bagi lepasan Universiti yang masih mengangur jangan lepaskan peluang ini. Untuk maklumat lanjut sila baca keterangan lanjut di bawah;
PUSPAKOM SDN BHD is an authorised Vehicle Inspection body. As part of our expansion plan, we invite the suitable candidates for the following position/s:-
VEHICLE EXAMINER (Pemeriksa Kenderaan)
(Johor, Kedah, Kuala Lumpur, Kelantan, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Penang, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Sabah, Selangor, Sarawak, Terengganu, Labuan, Putrajaya)
- Perform vehicle inspectionin compliance to the Act, Standard Procedures and Rules & Regulations
- Prepare inspection reports.
- Ensure all equipment and tools for inspection purposes are in good conditions and well maintained.
- Perform any other duties as & when required by the Management.
- Candidate must possess at least a Diploma, Advanced/Higher/Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical/ Automotive) or equivalent.
- Candidates must have at least 2 credit and 1 passed in Bahasa Malaysia, English and Mathematic subject in SPM.
- Must have a valid driving license ‘B2 & D’.
- Preferably Males candidates.
- Required language(s): Bahasa Malaysia, English.
- Willing to be relocate at any branch nationwide.
- Fresh graduates/Entry level applicants are encouraged to apply.
- 100 Full-Time positions available.
- The selected candidates will be send to Puspakom Academy for 1 month training
- Must be ready for VE Trainees (OJT) at Klang Valley for another 5 months (min – 1 month / Max – 5 months)
Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online.
PUSPAKOM SDN BHD
Level 3, Wisma DRB-HICOM,
No: 2, Jalan Usahawan U1/8, Seksyen U1,
40150 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Vehicle Safety Checks – Keep Your Car Roadworthy
All drivers in the U.K. have a responsibility to make sure their vehicle is fit for the road. Regardless of who the owner is, it is the driver who is liable to fine or prosecution. It is thought that one third of commercial vehicles on Britain’s roads have incorrect tyre pressures or defective tyres.If you use the following system you will be safer on the road and not fall foul of the law. Try using this acronym to ensure you stay free of incident.
F.L.O.W.E.R. F. Stands for fuel. Make sure you have enough fuel before a journey. Running out of fuel is currently the biggest cause of vehicle breakdown. A good tip would be to never let your fuel gauge fall to less than a quarter of a tank.
L. Switch on all your lights and walk round the vehicle. Put the hazard warning lights on to check all indicators work. Even in daylight, a police check finding defective lights could result in penalties.If you carry spare light bulbs then replacement is often simple and instant.
O. Oil. Without sufficient oil an engine could seize, resulting in thousands of pounds of damage. Check your oil level with the engine switched off and parked on level ground using the oil dipstick, and top up as necessary. Tip: Wear latex gloves when checking the oil. Don’t wait till the oil warning light comes on, by then the situation could be critical.
W. Water or coolant. Check levels of windscreen washer fluid and engine coolant- make sure the engine is cold before this. Never open a radiator cap when the engine is hot. Use the correct anti-freeze in the coolant and screenwash in the washer tank. Regular checks will mean a leak will be spotted earlier and lessens the risk of serious engine damage. If either the oil filler cap or radiator cap show signs of emulsion forming under them, then possibly the engine has a cylinder head problem. Take to the garage and have it checked out.
E. Electrics. Make sure all warning lights go out when the engine starts. The heaters and demisters, windscreen wipers and all other switchgear should operate normally.In the winter start the engine before switching on the lights, wipers, heaters etc. This will put much less strain on the battery, and prolong it’s life.
R. Rubber, or tyres. Check all tyres- including the spare for any cuts or bulges on the sidewalls. Tyres should have a minimum of 1.6mm tread on the full circumference and central three quarters width. Remember to check pressures when tyres are cold. Here is the best winter driving tip I ever heard: If your windscreen is covered in ice or frost, pull the wipers away from the screen and clean all ice and frost from them, then clean the windscreens. This will ensure wiper blades don’t tear, and the wiper motor won’t burn out. All this saves you money!