The C&CA plays a central role in the industry. We are the liaison between the industry and the Government, we develop standards for which industry players need to adhere, we organize and conduct training and conferences for the industry advancement and above all, we promote the usage of cement and concrete
C&CA Office Bearers for 2022-2024
Sharuddin Omar Hashim
Choong Ju Tang
Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) Dialogue Session 2022 held on 25th August 2022
Ministry of Works (MOW) Dialogue Session 2022 with Construction Industry held on 6th October 2022
Concrete Road Workshop on "Concrete Road Applications and Its Benefits to Sarawak" held on 20th March 2023
Announcement of Simen Rahmah Scheme for Affordable Housing on 18th April 2023.
Cement and concrete are essential building materials in modern living, used to construct homes, buildings and infrastructure. At C&CA, we recognize the importance of sustainable development, with our members committed to continually improving sustainability throughout their operations.
Our industry ensures our operations meet the required standards and regulations for good manufacturing practices. Our member companies have made reinvestments i.e. installing new generation emission control systems, etc. to meet the Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations 2014. At each plant, the system is operated and supervised by employees certified as Competent Person by the Department of Environment Malaysia
Low Carbon Cement
Buildings constructed with cement and concrete are known to be durable, safe, and resilient. In addition to conventional cement, our member companies have introduced low carbon cement and concrete, to support the construction sector's transition to sustainable construction. They also focus on reducing operation emissions by taking measures to improve energy efficiency, substitute traditional fuels with lower carbon alternative fuels, and increase the use of alternative raw materials.
Human Capital in the Limelight
Human capital which is held in high esteem by all organizations, have resulted in a thriving/flourishing talent management programmes for different and various levels of employment. The cement industry has been advocating diversity and inclusion the Malaysian way, through the employment of different ethnic groups in their organizations.
Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) has become an integral part of the cement industry. Stakeholders are kept abreast of the ever-changing requirements of HSSE through continuous engagements. The industry is instilling a culture where HSSE becomes the driver to our path of economic success.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
The industry is investing in the young generation within the communities, to nurture them as future leaders. Smallholders/entrepreneurs within the communities, are provided with training to produce high quality and competitive products, as well as services for the betterment of their lives.
Anti-Bribery and Corruption
The industry uphold the highest standards of ethical behavior and business practices with zero-tolerance approach taken for any form of bribery or corruption. We remain committed to fostering a culture of transparency, accountability, and integrity, and will continue to work towards promoting these values in all aspects of our operations. Our members conduct our businesses in accordance with all relevant laws and regulations, and guidelines issued by relevant authorities.
Strong business ethics is essential for building trust and long-term relationships with stakeholders, maintaining a positive reputation, and achieving sustainable success in the modern business landscape. Fairness, transparency, accountability, honesty, and respect for all stakeholders are upheld. Member companies adopt robust governance frameworks, codes of conduct, policies, and standard operating procedures, in line with best practices.
MS EN 197-1, Cement – Part 1:
Composition, specifications and conformity criteria for common cement
MS EN 197-2, Cement – Part 2:
MS EN 196-1, Methods of Testing Cement - Part 1:
Determination of Strength
MS EN 196-2, Methods of Testing Cement – Part 2:
Chemical analysis of Cement
MS EN 196-3, Methods of Testing Cement – Part 3:
Determination of Setting Time and Soundness
MS EN 196-5, Methods of Testing Cement – Part 5:
Pozzolanicity Test for Pozzolanic
MS EN 196-6, Methods of Testing Cement – Part 6:
Determination of Fineness
MS EN 196-7, Methods of Testing Cement – Part 7:
Methods of Taking and Preparing Samples of Cement
MS EN 196-8, Methods of Testing Cement – Part 8:
Heat of Hydration – Solution Method
MS EN 196-9, Methods of Testing Cement – Part 9:
Heat of Hydration – Semi-adiabatic Method
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