ASEC is committed to promote the importance of first aid in the community and believes that there is no better place to start than in our schools. Every teacher in Malaysia should have access to vital first aid knowledge and with the ‘First Aid in Schools Program’ this is possible.
The First Aid Schools Program is a FREE program run by ASEC providing basic first aid training to school students across all states and territories in Malaysia. We aim at least to focus on 12 schools per year nationwide.
As a one of the largest Occupational First Aid Training Organization in Malaysia, it is time for ASEC to contribute to the society; and that is by organizing FREE CPR + AED Training & Certification for the general public.
This training is held once every month with the hope that it will increase awareness on how to help during cardiac emergency.
Click here for more information on the training.
Date : 8 January 2015
Time : 9.00am – 2.00pm
Venue : Joy Garden, Semenyih, Selangor, Malaysia
As part of ASEC CSR project, 10 ASEC’s staff sacrificed a Saturday morning on August 8 to visit and bring cheers to senior citizens at the Joy Garden located in Semenyih.
The programme began at 9.00am with a welcome speech and briefing about Joy Garden. After the briefing, we start with cleaning and repairing activities, and we mingled around with the senior citizens.
Our presence on that day brought much happiness to the senior citizens who are always looking forward for someone to visit them and spend time listening to them.
The event has been very meaningful to ASEC employees as it help us make a difference to the old folks home. This also demonstrated the values of teamwork, passion and committed to make this ASEC CSR event a great success.