Enjoying a new lease on life with Socso’s help


  • Nation
  • Sunday, 03 Jul 2016

Sivarathan Sivapalan, 48, who successfully enrolled into the SOSCOs Return To Work Program. Here, he is showing his artificial left leg, after he was amputated from being diagnosed with diabetes. He is currently working as a Sales Associate at the 7-Eleven Kinrara Puchong store.

PETALING JAYA: Sivarathan Sivapalan’s job as a security guard came to a sad end when he was diagnosed with diabetes.

The disease made it difficult for him to stay on the job and he was fired after working for 14 years. Later, his left leg had to be amputated.

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