Issue #298 - 11 April 2022
Realigning Health and Wellbeing Priorities
As the focus now shifts towards post-Covid-19 recovery, it is instrumental for us to realign health and wellbeing priorities towards enhancing and ensuring resilience. The pandemic has highlighted our interdependence – with economic and social impacts affecting a country’s gross domestic product (GDP), bare stark weaknesses in the health care system and how society was hit with a disproportionate burden of infection, with reversal of the development gains we had a few years ago.
Imperatively the BMCC believes that in order to achieve a new normal - requires a coordinated, coherent and cohesive approach towards health and well-being. For that, the BMCC has taken an inclusive effort to kickstart the conversation on realigning health priorities through exclusive webinars with prominent individuals in the healthcare industry.
In terms of a collective approach to dealing with the pandemic, Malaysia has done a fairly good job in coming together as a nation, as stated by Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah, the Director General of Health Malaysia at the exclusive briefing of BMCC Government Dialogue Series entitled “Covid-19: Two Years on”. He elaborated that the nation has seen an impressive vaccination rate which has resulted in less severe implications and prevents hospitalisation or life risks within the communities – which subsequently has reduced the burden on the healthcare system, who can now focus on ensuring an adequate, efficient response to critical cases. The need for realignment of health priorities is not only limited to the country level though, as shared by Jonathan L. Pan, the Vice President & General Manager of GSK Pharmaceuticals Malaysia at the BMCC CEO Insights Series entitled “Making Health a Priority” – the focus also includes taking into account the perspective of a company and an individual. He believes that companies can continue to thrive by adopting a positive approach to employee wellbeing through sharing of healthy habits and offering support. The BMCC will look to continue highlighting the importance of health and well-being as the nation moves towards endemicity and would like to call upon distinguished members to share on their respective feedbacks on the matter. To be in touch, send your ideas and thoughts to email@example.com.
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|Energy Outlook 2022 | Malaysia's Energy Transition Outlook|
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Energy Outlook 2022!
Led by the BMCC Energy Committee, join this virtual forum which brings together industry players and policymakers to share and discuss on their collective net-zero ambitions and developments, as well as the drivers and challenges in guiding the national policy-making on the deployment of clean energy transition.
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Date: Tuesday, Apr 12, 2022
Time: 3.00 p.m - 4.45 p.m
|Recap on BMCC CEO Insights Series | Making Health a Priority|
The BMCC had the honour of hosting a CEO Insights Series featuring Jonathan L. Pan, the Vice President and General Manager Malaysia of GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical Sdn Bhd. (GSK) where he shared his insights on the importance of health and well-being in the new normal - where he highlighted the significance of realigning health policy priorities to anchor on country, company and individual perspective.
The webinar was chaired by Jennifer Lopez, Chief Executive Officer of the BMCC. We would like to thank our speaker for his sharing and to the participants of the webinar. In case you missed out on the webinar, click the button below to watch it in our YouTube channel.
|BritCham Singapore | (Webinar) What You Need to Know to Help Decarbonise Your Organisation|
The British Chamber of Commerce Singapore is organising a webinar entitled "What You Need to Know to Help Decarbonise Your Organisation" - where it will allow for businesses to focus on less carbon-intensive sources of energy and discuss the opportunities to enable mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from their operations.
Date: Thursday, Apr 14, 2022
Time: 4.30 p.m - 6.00 p.m
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Anti-money laundering legislation and regulations are strict and increasingly enforced and remaining in compliance through proper prevention controls is necessary. Countless businesses, large and small – from corporations to third-party contractors – have learned this lesson the hard way.
Joining this free webinar will give you an overview of practical and effective ways to complete training requirements while also keeping you up to date on anti-money laundering best practices, global sanctions, regulatory changes and more.
Limited to 50 seats, online registration is now open.
Date: Thursday, Apr 21, 2022
Time: 11.00 a.m - 12.00 p.m
|Michael Page | Launch of Talent Trends 2022 Report, The Great X|
Human capital is one of the most in demand natural resources on the planet and demand is outstripping supply, with many individuals placing increased importance on company culture, sense of purpose, and leadership ahead of the company brand and promotions today.
Join the virtual launch and have a first look at the Talent Trends 2022 report - The Great X.
Date: Wednesday, Apr 20, 2022
Time: 4.00 p.m - 5.15 p.m
|KPJ Healthcare Bhd | Health Tourism|
In ensuring patient safety, KPJ Group of Hospitals have embarked on many initiatives to improve the Quality of Care to customers including the certification of Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH), which is internationally linked to the international Society in health care (ISQua).
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