A message to all employees and their families this week: It’s time to get a bit more friendly and to treat all people with respect.
This week, the day is a day to remember those lost, those in need and those who have suffered a loss in the past.
The day will also be a day for those who lost their jobs due to the earthquake.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation has said it is taking action against those who are violating safety guidelines and that anyone found guilty of breaking safety regulations will face a fine of up to RM1,000.
The government has also launched an investigation into the safety of its airports and airports are also considering a ban on mobile phones and tablets on board.
The ministry has also issued a public appeal for people who feel they are being bullied, to report it to the police.
The country has seen a rise in the number of cases of suicides and domestic violence and many of these are committed by wives or partners of people who were killed in the disaster.
The death toll rose to 538 in a matter of hours on Sunday when the government announced that the death toll was expected to rise to 6,000 by Sunday night.
More to come