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Pasir Gudang chemical poisoning: Injured students, teachers to get advice



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Johor Bahru: Students, teachers and school staff around Pasir Gudang hotels, who are still traumatized by the incident of chemical pollution in Sungai Kim Kim earlier this month, will provide advice, said Education Minister Maszlee Malik on Sunday (31 March).

Dr. Maszlee said consultation service, which will be conducted by school counselors in collaboration with the Department of Social Welfare and psychiatric wards Sultanah Amin hospital will begin on Monday.

"Advice from natural disasters is to assist those who injured the incident," he told reporters after the event.

Previously, Dr. Maszlee, which also Simpang Renggam MP surveyed after a disaster in Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Pasir Gudang 1, Pasir Gudang.

He said that there is no specific timetable has not been established for counseling sessions, but for a start, it will be held over the next two to three weeks, depending on the level of injury suffered by the victims.

A total of 2510 students were affected by the incident, 400 depicted in the hospital. All of them were confirmed recovered.

Meanwhile, the planned National Toxic Waste Management Committee will be established by the Government to develop a standard operating procedure for chemical contamination disaster.

Department Director General Environment Ahmad Kamarulnajuib Che Ibrahim said the scope and responsibilities of the new committee had been prepared for, prompted the Ministry of Energy, technology, science, the environment and climate change for adoption.

Among its functions with the & # 39 is a decision on all matters relating to the management of toxic waste in the future.

State Religious Affairs and Chairman of the Education Committee Aminolhuda Hassan said he was convinced that teachers in all 111 schools in Pasir Gudang hotels, which remain closed from March 13 can cover the syllabus for the exams.

He said that teachers were professional and well trained, and they know how to speed up the teaching of the curriculum for students.

"I am also sure that the students can follow the process of teaching and learning, as usual, despite the fact that they might have a little race-to-face exams," he told reporters after visiting SMK Pasir Gudang 2, in Sunday.

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