UEM Edgenta Provides Aid and Assistance Towards Flood Preparedness Efforts
Andrew Raj, Head of Operational Excellence & Health, Safety, Security and Environment of UEM Edgenta with Dato’ Ts. Nor Hisham, Director of Fire and Rescue Operations Putrajaya during the handover ceremony recently, at the Fire and Rescue Station in Putrajaya.
UEM Edgenta distributed essential items to the firefighters.
UEM Edgenta contributed monetary support to the Fire and Rescue Station in Putrajaya and Pantai Dalam, to aid flood preparedness efforts in view of the year-end monsoon season.
KUALA LUMPUR, 23 December – UEM Edgenta Berhad (“UEM Edgenta” or “Company”), the region’s leading Asset Management and Infrastructure Solutions company recently contributed monetary support to the Fire and Rescue Station in Putrajaya and Pantai Dalam, to aid flood preparedness efforts in view of the year-end monsoon season.
 
The contribution is in line with UEM Edgenta’s Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) commitment to positively impact society through philanthropic activities and engagements which benefit local communities where the company has business operations. The RM 40,000 contribution this time around, benefitted approximately 7,000 beneficiaries. The Company had contributed essential items such as raincoats, life jackets and basic provisions of food and necessities to flood victims and frontliners.

Present at the handover of the Company’s contributions were Andrew Raj, Head of Operational Excellence & Health, Safety, Security and Environment of UEM Edgenta, Dato’ Ts. Nor Hisham, Director of Fire and Rescue Operations, Putrajaya and Tuan Wan Mohd Shahril, Head of Fire and Rescue Station, Pantai Dalam.

“Our firefighters have helped the nation at times of crisis and disasters. We are glad to be of assistance and we hope that our contribution will help ease the burden of our firefighters in performing their duties and efforts in preparedness for the upcoming monsoon and flood season. I urge all Malaysians to be on constant alert of the weather conditions and be prepared,” said Syahrunizam Samsudin, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of UEM Edgenta.

Previously, UEM Edgenta had extended medical support to the Veteran of Fire and Rescue Association Malaysia (“PVBPM”) by providing two of its retired members with two units of prosthetic legs, as well as educational assistance to three children of veterans for a period of two years in their respective tertiary educational institutions. The company had also contributed monetary relief to support the efforts of the Selangor State government, to assist victims of the floods through Tabung Ikhtiar Selangor Bangkit and “Care Packs” to the Fire and Rescue Station, Pantai Dalam during Malaysia’s National Day this year.

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