Mahmud (second left) presents a certificate to Maximillan, as Dr Tham (right) looks on.
MIRI: MKI Engineering Services (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd (MKIE) recently collaborated with Fajar International Collage (FIC) to fulfil the vision of its chief executive officer Dr Peter Tham to expose fresh graduates to real working environment, so that they could learn how to adapt to a totally new environment.
One FIC candidate, Maximillan Assau, had attended a six-month Diploma Occupational Safety and Health internship programme, throughout which he had the opportunity to handle documents, practical works and issues related to safety and health.
He was also given the chance to work at job site during shutdown.
MKIE chairman Mahmud Matusin said: “The company has a vision of its own — to be an excellent service provider in oil and gas industry in Sarawak. Its mission is to be the centre of excellence for young fresh graduates by providing on-the-job training and experience for onshore, offshore and workshop facilities, which are conducted in collaboration with government and non-government education institutions.”
MKIE was established in early last year as a Malaysia-incorporated Bumiputera company.
The company, involved in the oil and gas sector and providing service maintenance on all types of valves, is also registered as a Petronas-licensed vendor.
The company has also forged a memorandum of understanding with Advanced Technology Training Centre (AdTec) in Bintulu to support Sarawak talents.
It continues to promote and sponsor young talents for Sarawak’s innovation and technology through its corporate social responsibility.
For more information on MKIE, email to firstname.lastname@example.org.