Beginning physical classes with ‘Safer Schools’


Under its Safer Schools campaign, Carlsberg Malaysia distributed 622 facial recognition infrared thermometers worth RM1.6mil to 300 SK, SJKC and SJKT schools nationwide.

Carlsberg Malaysia completes distributing thermometers and disinfection services to benefit 300 schools nationwide for the second consecutive year

PHYSICAL classes in school have begun. With Carlsberg Malaysia’s Safer Schools campaign, parents, teachers and students are able to have peace of mind as a safer learning environment has been provided for them.

Running for the second consecutive year, the Safer Schools campaign is a testament to the brewer’s commitment to reach out to the community in need.

Carlsberg Malaysia has completed distributing all 622 facial recognition infrared thermometers worth RM1.6mil to 300 SK, SJKC and SJKT schools nationwide as the country continues to combat Covid-19.

“We have always believed in giving back to the communities we operate in, which is why we took matters into our own hands when the pandemic struck,” said Carlsberg Malaysia managing director Stefano Clini.

“We are proud to say that we saw an overwhelming response to Safer Schools 2021 – we received over 400 applications for the infrared thermometers.

‘We received encouraging words and positive reviews from schools and consumers on the Safer Schools campaign,’ said Carlsberg Malaysia managing director Stefano Clini.‘We received encouraging words and positive reviews from schools and consumers on the Safer Schools campaign,’ said Carlsberg Malaysia managing director Stefano Clini.

“In trying times like this, we want to do our part in being an exemplary responsible corporation to others by staying true to our commitment of giving back to society via our Safer Schools campaign, a step up in response to address public fears over the Covid-19 outbreak.

“With all the encouraging words and positive reviews received from schools and consumers, this shows that the campaign has been successful in aiding primary schools to combat against the virus,” Clini added.

In November last year, the brewer bagged the Company of the Year title under the manufacturing of beverage sector for the second time at the 6th edition of the Sustainability and CSR Malaysia Awards 2021.

Carlsberg Malaysia’s Covid-19 relief programme – Safer Schools – was recognised as an exemplary project in providing meaningful intervention and solution for communities involved.

Notably, the Safer Schools campaign received a great number of positive feedback from the schools and the parents as they found the infrared thermometer and disinfection services highly helpful in curbing the spread of the pandemic, by ensuring that everyone entering the school compound is safe and adheres to the SOPs set by the government.

Carlsberg Malaysia’s Safer Schools 2021 campaign received over 400 applications from schools nationwide for infrared thermometers and disinfection services.Carlsberg Malaysia’s Safer Schools 2021 campaign received over 400 applications from schools nationwide for infrared thermometers and disinfection services.

“The Safer Schools campaign made it easy to check temperature and take steps to protect our teachers, staff and visitors from any possible infections,” said SJK(T) Persiaran Raja Muda headmaster Thamilarasu Subramaniam.

“It is also really helpful for the smooth operations of the school, which has 36 teachers and 610 pupils studying in 16 classes.”

The school’s parent-teacher association president Utiyasoorian Balaraman added: “The facial-recognition infrared thermometers were helpful to efficiently monitor the temperatures of pupils, teachers, staff, parents and visitors upon their arrival, and to ensure the school could practise precautionary safety measures during the endemic phase of Covid-19.”

The Safer Schools campaign also introduced a catchy Safer Schools song via a music video. This song tells about the measures and SOPs one needs to comply with in order to fight the spread of Covid-19 in a fun and light-hearted manner.

The brewer aims to address public anxiety through this song by focusing on the positive measures everyone can take to jointly fight the pandemic.

The music video, which is made so simple that the song and dance can be practised and performed with peers and teachers at school, is a simple stress-reducing workout to learn about the importance of personal hygiene and pandemic defence measures, and ultimately promote good physical and mental health.

Delivered in a mix of four languages – Bahasa Malaysia, English, Mandarin and Tamil – the music video features simple dance moves to inject fun and interactivity to the teaching of personal hygiene and protection measures against Covid-19, which are performed by local artistes and social media influencers Elica Paujin, Han Xiao Aii and Rabbit Mac.

Article type: free
User access status:
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights
   

Next In Starpicks

Effectively integrating ESG values into developments
Drive for rewards on PLUS highways
Flagship of the year HONOR Magic4 Pro to launch June 1
OPPO Find X5 Pro 5G: The best flagship of 2022 with its dynamic NPU – MariSilicon X
Better career advancement with internationally accredited master programme
MOTAC’S FIRST OPEN HOUSE IN TERENGGANU A HIT
Government of Western Australia Officially Supported Sunway College AUSMAT June Intake
Terima kasih, Cikgu!
We give it all we got
An immersive customer experience awaits at TMT’s latest Megastore

Others Also Read