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Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC) - Form F and Form F1 PDF Print E-mail
Written by ACEM Secretariat   
Thursday, 13 March 2008
Procedure to Purchase Form F/F1:

  1. By a registered PE (Civil & Structural).
  2. A maximum of 10 copies is allowed to be purchased at any one time.
  3. The name and PE No. of each purchaser will be recorded. PE stamp with signature or authorised letter with PE stamp with signature is required to be furnished to make a purchase. Please use the BEM Purchase Form.
  4. Each copy of Form F/F1 consisting of 4 sheets costs RM 30.00.

Conditions for Use:

  1. Form F/F1 is not transferable to another PSP for use.
  2. Purchased Forms are not returnable.
  3. If any unused form is discovered to be missing, it is the duty of the PSP to inform BEM in writing immediately.
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