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In view of the increased (but still restricted and closely monitored) access of contractors, suppliers and essential staff onto our campus, as well as the scheduled return of HDR and final-year undergraduate students soon, Curtin Malaysia has worked with the Ministry of Health and other authorities to establish enhanced health and security protocols on campus.

This includes the use of MySejahtera, the Government’s mobile application to assist in managing COVID-19 outbreaks in the country, and MySejahtera Check-In, an extension of MySejahtera that empowers businesses to screen those who wish to enter their premises according to standard operating procedures (SOPs), as well as facilitates self-registration by users before entering premises. This is far more efficient and effective than manual screening methods and we are proud to be the first educational institution to register as a MySejahtera Check-In user.

Therefore, in order to access our campus from Wednesday, 10 June 2020 onwards, ALL staff, students and others authorised by the Management to access the campus need to:

  1. Download the MySejahtera application from Google Play Store, Apple App Store or Huawei Appgallery onto their mobile phones.
  2. Register as MySejahtera users, including completing the health declaration, on the application or via these links: (BM) / (English).
  3. Using the application’s QR code scanning feature, scan the QR code displayed at the campus gate before entry. This will facilitate automatic online registration and monitoring of visitors to the campus.

Please note that it is compulsory to scan your QR code in order to enter the campus, and the University Management reserves the right to prohibit anyone with a possible health risk or does not have prior authorisation from entering the campus.

If you have any queries regarding MySejahtera Check-In or access to the campus, please call the Campus Security Hotlines at 085-630081 / 085-630082.

Kind regards,

Ir. Pieter W Pottas (P.Eng. PEur)
Chief Operating Officer
Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor
Curtin University Malaysia

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The Curtin Malaysia Critical Incident Group announced that following trials of new temperature scanning devices and training of staff on their use, the campus is ready to implement compulsory temperature checks of everyone entering the campus as of today. The temperature checks will be carried out at the campus security checkpoint 24/7 until further notice. Any refusal to be scanned could result in entry to the campus being denied and you may be asked to return another day if you are unwell.

The checks may affect traffic flow at the checkpoint, especially at peak times in the morning and midday. Your patience and understanding would be much appreciated.

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