Perspective Department
To become the largest institutions in the management of tropical forests in a sustainable manner.
To manage and develop forest resources in a sustainable manner and to optimize its contribution to social development - the country's economy.
Sustainable management of timber production forests native land in the Forest Savings Eternal.
    • To manage the state forests Sustainable resource for the sustainable production of forest goods and services as well as the optimal use, in accordance with the needs of the environment.
    • To increase the supply of forest products and services through forestry activities in accordance activity that will improve the quality, productivity and utilization of forest resources
    • To continue to develop steadily technologies that fit the needs of the environment for the maintenance, management and use of forest resources.
    • To preserve and protect the biodiversity of forests, water and soil as well as their use in a sustainable manner.
    • To improve the quality and efficiency of processing factories based forest output and adding downstream activities with high added value.
    • To strengthen human resource development to support the forestry sector.
    • To increase public awareness of the role of forests in relation to the environment and conservation through the learning and dissemination of information.
    • To increase the contribution of the forestry sector to national income, foreign exchange and employment opportunities


    • Stay Protected Forest areas maintain and enhance the breadth. 
    • Implement Criteria, Indicators, Activities and Standards Implementation of Forest Management Newsletter (MC & I) and MS ISO 9002.
    • Carrying out intensive forest management planning and systematic as well as creating a Communication and Information Technology (ICT) latest forestry to improve the forestry sector's contribution to national income.
    • Manage the production area, maintenance and protection of forests based on the class of use, in addition to enforcing the law more effective an efficient forest.
    • Providing a master plan to promote consolation forest beside promote as a destination tourist resorts.
    • Increase the environmentally friendly technology in the employer income as well as the use of forest remnants and factories besides encouraging downstream processing of forest releases.
    • Raising public awareness of the role of forests through the dissemination of information forestry.
    • Encourage and support the farm forests and forestry activities of the city.
    • Implement human resource development programs.
    • Hold adequate infrastructure facilities.


  • Pahang State Forestry Department is committed to providing efficient and effective services in Timber Production Management for the Forest Land In Lastly native Fixed Protected Forest that can be implemented within a period of time, the methods and rules to meet customer desires.   
  • Pahang State Forestry Department believes this can be achieved through the implementation of a work culture that meets the needs of the MS ISO 9001: 2008 at all levels of staff in the implementation of an effective quality management system with a high commitment from top management down to the level of subordinates.
  • Pahang State Forestry Department will periodically identify weaknesses in the organization and taking corrective measures with involves all workers to continuously improve Quality Management System JPSM.
  • All the heads of sections / units will monitor and assess the performance of the real implementation of quality objectives that have been established under the purview of the duties and responsibilities of each and take immediate action if the implementation does not achieve the performance targets.
Constitution, Law and Policy
1. The provisions of the Constitution

Article 74 (2) of the Constitution read with List II of the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution, including forest land issue is under the jurisdiction of the State Government. Accordingly, the State has absolute power in forming or accept any law and regulations governing the forest, manage and develop forest resources.

2. National Forestry Council

To harmonize matters of administration, management and development of forests, the National Forestry Council (MPN) was established on December 20, 1971 by the Council of State Lands (MTN). MPN establishment is not based to any provision in the constitution. MPN is a forum for the Federal Government and State discuss shared problems and issues related to the policy, administration and management of forestry. All decisions passed by the necessary MPN MTN. Duty to implement the decision of the MPN is the responsibility of the State Governments unless he is under the jurisdiction of the Federal Government.

3. The State Forestry Policy, 1978 (Amendment 1992)

The National Forest Policy (DPN) is a guideline to ensure the retention of state forest resources. The National Forest Policy (DPN) has been approved by MPN in 1977 and subsequently endorsed by MTN on April 19, 1978. This DPN has been revised on November 19, 1992 formulating comprehensive approaches in the management, maintenance and development of forest resources to handle challenges faced by the forestry sector

4. National Forestry Act 1984 (Amendment 1993)

This law imposed aim to ensure the implementation and achievement of the objectives outlined in the National Forestry Policy 1978 (Amendment 1992). It is uniform in all countries in Peninsular Malaysia to replace enactments Forests that have been developed previously. This deed was approved by the Council of State Invite as enactment Pahang Pahang State Forestry, 1985 (Amendment 1994) and was proclaimed on December 17, 1993. This enactment into force on February 4, 1994.

5. Forest Rules 1987

This method is organized as guidelines and procedures for the implementation of the State Forestry Law (APN) where he guided Section 111 APN 1984 (Amendment 1993). This method has been proclaimed on December 17, 1987 and came into force on January 1, 1988.

6. berasas Wood Industry Act 1984

This law enacted to enable the Federal Government to delegate powers to the State to manage aspects of the wood-based industries. This deed was approved by the Council of State Invitation on 29 November, 1985 as enactment Wood Industry based on 1985 and was delivered on July 31, 1986. This enactment force on January 1, 1988.

7. Rules based Wood Industry 1987

This method is organized as a guide and implementation procedures based Wood Industry Act 1984. This method was delivered on December 31, 1987 and is valid on January 1, 1988

8. Legal Other Related

    • National Land Code, 1965;
    • Penal Code (FMS Cap.45), 1948 (Amended 1993);
    • Criminal Procedure Code (FMS Cap.6), 1903 (Amendment 1995);
    • Evidence Act, 1950 (Amended 1993);
    • Financial Procedure Act, 1967 (Amended 1993);
    • Water Supply Enactment, 1935;
    • Soil Protection Act, 1960;
    • Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 (as amended 1976 & 1988);
    • Malaysian Timber Industry Board Act, 1973;
    • Environmental Quality Act 1974 (Amendment 1995);
    • National Parks Act, 1980 (Amended 1983);
    • Research and Development Authority Act, Forest Malaysia, 1985;
    • Mining Enactment 1926;
    • Local Government Act, 1976;
    • Occupational Safety and Health Act, 1994;
    • The National Biodiversity Policy, 1998;
    • Aboriginal Peoples Act, 1954;
    • Employees Social Security Act, 1969;
    • Workmen's Compensation Act, 1952;
    • Operational Relations Act, 1967;
    • Trade Unions Act, 1959 (Act 262);
    • The Employment Act, 1955;
    • Employees Provident Fund Act, 1991;
    • Factories and Machinery Act, 1967;
    • Fisheries Act, 1985;
    • Act of the National Human Rights Commission of Malaysia, 1999;
    • Act on International Trade in Endangered Species, 2000;
    • Lands Conservation Act, 1960;
    • Pests Act, 1974;
    • Water Act, 1920;
    • Wildlife Conservation Act, 2010;
    • Enactments State Forest
Here is a summary of information staffing Pahang Forestry Department until December 31, 2013: -

Services Team Position Filling Availability
Management and Professional 26 24 2
Support 1,555 1,325 230
Overall total 1,581 1,349 232

Pahang Forestry Department (JPNP) has been established since the beginning of 1900 to manage and administer all forests are found in the state of Pahang. The role and tasks have become more complex JPNP in line with the needs and aspirations of the people who want optimum benefits from forest resources.

This sector plays an important role in socio-economic development, conservation and protection of the environment and biodiversity. Therefore, it is important forest harvesting is carried out in accordance with the proper planning and proper. This will ensure the collection of forest products and providing job opportunities in the forestry sector perpetuity.

To achieve this, the organization JPNP divided into four (4) categories: -

i. Management and Results

Responsible for the planning, organizing and administering matters related to services, personnel, finance, storage, management and development of human resources, information technology and revenue collection.

ii. Forest Development Division

Responsible for planning and controlling development activities of natural forest resources and forest plantation, forest management and resource planning, infrastructure development, development of employment and training. This part consists of Unit Silviculture, Forest Management Unit, Unit Forest, Forest Planning Unit, Unit of Forest Engineering, Forest Development and Training Centre, Forest Farm.

iii. Forest Operations Division

Responsible forest harvesting licenses, issuance of permits, licenses wood-based industry and law enforcement, as well as regulations related to forestry.

iv. District Forest Office Administration

Responsible for ensuring that the work on the ground running regularly and on schedule. It involves the control of forest harvesting and wood-based industries, revenue collection in the Central Investigation Department of Forests, forest law enforcement in addition to carrying out forest development projects. Other assignments include financial and personnel management, store and record forest harvesting. Administration officials at the State Forest District is divided into seven (7), Kuantan / Town / Maran, Rompin, Waterville / Bera, Jerantut, Lipis, Bentong and Raub / Cameron Highlands


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