Foreign Worker Hostel Management Services

Foreign Workers Hostel Management Services provider in Malaysia, with conducive accommodation / hostels to the foreign workers to stay and work in Malaysia.

Foreign Worker Hostel Management Services are provided in accordance with the Responsible Business Alliance’s (RBA) code of conduct and the Workers’ Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Act of 1990 (Act 446) that came into force on September 1, 2020″.

Our dedicated Hostel Management Team ensures that workers are located in a safe, clean, and comfortable living environment.

Most of our hostels / houses are located within the vicinity to grocery stores, food courts, shops, banks and launderette outlets.

Our hostel services:

  • Proper and comfortable Hostel / House
  • TV
  • Cabinet
  • Electricity
  • Water supply
  • Bedding
  • Kitchen with sink
  • Cooking equipment
  • Refrigerator
  • hostel maintenance.
  • 24-hours security guard.
  • 24/7 dedicated supervisor
  • Transportation in case of emergency.

Minimum Standards of Housing, Accommodation and Workers' Facilities Act 1990 [Act 446]

  • When does this Act come into force?

    This Act came into force on 1 June 2020.

  • Who does this Act apply to?

    This Act applies to:

    1. Employer
    2. Centralized accommodation provider

    in all employment sectors throughout Peninsular Malaysia and the Federal Territory of Labuan.

  • What is the purpose of this Act?

    Act 446 aims to:

    i) Covers all employment sectors;
    ii) Set the minimum standards of housing and facilities, workers in line with international standards
    iii) Deal with forced labor elements
    iv) Protect the rights and welfare of workers related to accommodation
    v) Increase control in terms of worker safety and health
    vi) Create more systematic and, conducive worker accommodation for the purpose of national development planning

  • What are the main requirements that employers or centralized accommodation providers must comply with in relation to accommodation provided to employees?

    All accommodation and centralized accommodation provided must obtain an Accommodation Certificate from the Director General of Manpower.

  • Does housing in estates and mines in the District Council area need to obtain a Certificate of Accommodation?

    No need.

  • What is the effect if employers and centralized accommodation providers operate without an Accommodation Certificate?

    Employer

    can be fined not more than RM50,000

    Centralized Accommodation Provider

    fine not exceeding RM50,000 or imprisonment not exceeding 1 year or both.

  • How do employers or centralized accommodation providers apply to obtain the Accommodation Certificate?

    A. BEFORE APPLICATION AT JTKSM

     i. Documents that need to be prepared:
    a) If building an accommodation building;

    • Certificate of Completion and Compliance ( CCC) from PBT.

     b) If a temporary building or a non-residential building;

    • Approval of a Building Permit for a limited period from the PBT,
    • Approval to Change Building Conditions or Building Modification Approval from PBT.

     c) If the building is rented;

    • Approval or permission from PBT (if applicable).

     

    B.  APPLICATION AT JTKSM (STATE OFFICE OR DISTRICT OFFICE NEAR THE ACCOMMODATION)

    i)  2 copies of the Application Form (AC1) can be downloaded from the website http://jtksm.mohr.gov.my/

    ii) Processing on behalf of the Director General of Manpower as in the following table:

    CATEGORY OF APPLICANTS

    NUMBER OF WORKERS IN ACCOMMODATION

    PROCESSING FEE RATE

    Employer

    10 people or less

    RM100

    More than 10 people

    RM300

    Centralized Accommodation Provider

    500 people or less

    RM2,000

    More than 500 people

    RM5,000

    iii) Company Registration (SSM)
    iv) Documents to be attached (whichever is applicable): 

    1. Certificate of Completion and Compliance ( CCC)
    2. Approval of Building Permits for a limited period
    3. Approval to Change Building Conditions (if relevant)
    4. Building Modification Approval (if relevant)
    5. Building Lease Agreement For rented buildings
    6. Floor plan
    7. Pictures of the outside of the building and inside the building (Bedroom, living room, kitchen, toilet and bathroom

  • What types of buildings can be used as accommodation and centralized accommodation?

    i) Terrace House
    ii) Shop House
    iii) Bungalow
    iv) Apartment/flat
    v) Village house
    vi) Office shop
    vii) Cabin
    viii) SoHo/SoFo
    ix) and others allowed by PBT