Kenyataan Akhbar

Perkeso Promotes Advocacy & Accident Prevention Program And Health Screening At EXIM Bank

6 April 2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday (6 April 2017) – Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) in collaboration with Social Security Organization (SOCSO) today conducted an advocacy & accident prevention program and health screening through their mobile clinics which aims to educate on best safety and health practices at work.

“Safety awareness at work which includes prudence driving is an importance aspect that needs to be inculcate by all. Program is an initiative that provides opportunities and facilities to EXIM Bank staff that are eligible for a medical examination. This program is expected to increase and encourage more staff to use their HSP voucher provided by PERKESO as well as to disseminate information relating to job safety”, said President and Chief Executive Officer Puan Norzilah Mohammed.

According to Norzilah Mohammed again, employees of EXIM Bank is the main asset of the company hence they are committed to the welfare of its employees and have made every effort to promote awareness and creating a work environment that is safe and healthy, making it as an EXIM Bank Shared Values.

“The combination of standard work practices compliance, the safety and healthy work environment will make the job safer, increase productivity while reducing the risk of accidents in the workplace”, added Norzilah.

Also present were Social Security Organisation (SOCSO) director of Kuala Lumpur, Tuan Haji Salijan Saigon and EXIM Banks Senior Management personnel.

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