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There is no cover under this Policy if You or Your Authorised Driver is under the influence of alcohol or intoxicating liquor, narcotics, dangerous drugs or any other deleterious drugs or intoxicating substance to such an extent that You or Your Authorised Driver are incapable of having proper control of Your Car. Don’t drink and drive!
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Plant re-start procedures following COVID-19 shutdown

It is important to have a proper procedure to re-start plant facilities following the long shutdown to detect hidden hazards or abnormal conditions that might have developed when they were left idle and unattended during the shutdown period. These conditions could have developed due to or promoted by weather, humidity, moisture, water leaks, rodents, birds etc. When restarting idle facilities, consider the following measures before, during, and after start-up.
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COVID-19 Test Fund – Financial Assistance Programme

The RM 8 million Covid Test Fund (CTF) has been pledged by the insurance and takaful industry in support of the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) efforts to conduct more COVID-19 tests for Malaysians. Insurance policyholders and takaful certificate holders of group/individual medical and health insurance policies and takaful certificates who have been referred by registered doctors to undergo COVID-19 tests are eligible to claim from the CTF.
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Are you ready to Work-From-Home?

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently announced that the coronavirus has officially reached 'pandemic' status. This have alert many countries to put their nation into Lock down which include our country Malaysia. Some global companies such as Google and Apple have rolled out mandatory work-from-home policies to amid the spread of Covid-19. For us who will be working from home for the first time, how to stay on task in a new environment and being productive?
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Protect Yourself from Covid-19 infection

There are growing concerns about Novel Corona Virus (nCoV) in Malaysia, with some confirmed cases quarantined in Sungai Buloh, Langkawi and Johor as of 29 January 2020 according to the latest report by the Ministry of Health (MoH).
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“BALIK KAMPUNG” Checklist. Have you forgotten something?

It’s that time of the year again, where many of us head back to our respective ‘kampungs’ for Chinese New Year. Hitting the road at an ungodly hour is the normal practice and getting stuck in traffic tests your patience and concentration. As a greater number of cars are expected to populate the roads, so does a greater risk for accidents to happen.
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