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  • MOGSEC 2018

    MOGSEC 2018 is expected to welcome 7,000 quality trade and professional visitors from the Malaysian Oil & Gas Industry who are looking to source for the latest products, services and technology from the market and to connect with new suppliers, business partners and customers...
    2018-10-05 17:10
  • Kopi O' Session with Acting CEO

    MMCOG held a session promoting communication between employees and top management on the 7th September 2018. This is in part of MMCOG's movement to a solution providing mindset catering to demands seeking good team working and growth...
    2018-09-21 16:55
  • CEO Info Session & Raya 2018

    For 2018, in conjunction with celebrating Aidil Fitri, MMCOG aims to stabilize our presence, reinforcing present values while venturing into new opportunities with interested partners both locally and internationally...
    2018-08-13 18:09
  • MMCOG at MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2017

    This year the Malaysian Gas Association (MGA) & The Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council (MOGSC) Industry Gala Dinner was held at the Grand Mahkota Ballroom of Istana Hotel Kuala Lumpur. The theme was A'la P. Ramlee and Saloma...
    2017-11-14 17:26
  • CEO TOWNHALL SESSION 2017

    The recent CEO Townhall Session for the year 2017 witnessed its first engagement between MMC Oil & Gas (MMCOG) staff with its newly appointed Chief Executive Officer, En. Rashid Bin Muhamad...............
    2017-08-24 11:06

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SOCSO Health Screening Program at MMCOG

MMCOG held its first collaboration with SOCSO on the 19th of August 2015 for a one day health screening session. The event was attended by eligible staffs (age 40 and above) registered and insured under the program.

Social Security Organization (SOSCO) Health Screening Program (HSP) is a new benefit provided by SOCSO with the purpose of promoting healthy lifestyles and identifying high risk groups of workers with non-communicable diseases. The real drive behind the health screening program is due to the rising number of workers who are certified to be invalid due to lifestyle diseases (34% from invalidity pension reported and 49% from survivors` pension reported).

With the health screening program, workers will be able to identify their risk to such diseases and seek proper treatment to avoid sickness and complications. Such intervention would stimulate a positive impact which promotes retention of experienced workers and increase of productivity which will directly create a vibrant business environment and stimulate the nation’s economy.