Hospitals not maintained for three years
> Concessionaires did not carry out preventive services
PETALING JAYA: The AuditorGeneral’s Report 2015 Series 2 identified that the Health Ministryappointed concessionaires have failed to carry out planned preventive maintenance between 2013 and 2015 in all hospitals visited, which cater to 30 ministry-owned assets. Saying that maintenance for such services were less than satisfactory, AuditorGeneral Tan Sri Ambrin Buang said as at May 31, there was no evidence of any suspended payment fees worth RM1.13 million upon 95 assets which were not utilised, damaged or disposed.
“In addition, there were differences in procurement value between RM90 and RM9,620 for 24 assets at Sibu Hospital,” he stated in the report. He also pointed out that 43 assets worth RM50,203 at Hospital Sultan Abdul Halim and Hospital Sibu were categorised as V4L (Asset Not Found) with no register maintained in order to record those assets for monitoring purposes. “While in Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Hospital, no assets were classified as V4L in the master list.”
... Education Ministry Co-Curricular and Arts division director Rozainum Ahmad (fourth from right) together with the national contingent which will be competing at the World Robot Olympaid 2016 in India after the handover of the Jalur Gemilang ceremony at SJK(C) Yuk Chai, Kuala Lumpur, yesterday.