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MSIG资助Sujana Mohd Rejab为截肢者制作3D打印义肢

 

吉隆坡,马来西亚 - Media OutReach - 2019年10月14日 - MSIG保险(马来西亚)有限公司(简称"马来西亚MSIG")与善心人士Sujana Mohd Rejab携手合作,协助他为三名车祸伤者设计并制作电子操控义肢。

Sujana原本是一位老师,目前在霹雳州经营3D打印业务。他在网上研究并透过自学方式学习如何制作义肢,也投资了一些电脑辅助设计(CAD)软件以及3D打印机。近年来,他为穷困孩童制作了50件义肢,但这些都是手控义肢,因为更大型、较复杂的电子操控装置成本要昂贵得多。

 

配合本公司对于联合国永续发展目标(SDG),尤其是SDG3(确保所有年龄层皆享有良好健康生活并促进他们的福祉)的企业支持,以及身为马来西亚首屈一指车险公司,秉持锲而不舍提倡道路安全意识的精神,MSIG并决定提供额外支持与资源给Sujana,以便他可以为三名车祸伤者量身定制义肢。MSIG相信这项善举不仅将改变三名直接受惠者的生活,亦可提醒马来西亚人警惕马路如虎口,牢记道路安全最重要。

 

在此领域建立起名声后,Sujana陆续收到许多需要援助的要求,他从中挑选出这三位幸运的受惠者。他们是来自柔佛州的27岁清洁工En. Mohamad Safian bin Abdullah,他于7年前的摩托车祸中丧失了右前臂, 以及来自森美兰州的63岁前教师En. Mukhtar bin Mahmud,他在两年前的车祸中丧失了右前臂。

 

制作义肢的过程复杂且耗时。首先,Sujana需与受惠者见面,测量精准的尺寸,并将资料输入电脑。过后,Sujana开始使用3D打印机制作必要的部件,并组装这些部件为完整的义肢。随后,双方需会面进行"安装",以测试有关义肢,然后再作进一步改良与修饰,以符合受惠者的需求。整个过程可能费时好几个月,尤其是Sujana需要亲自与来自国内不同地区的受惠者会面。

 

MSIG是第一家直接赞助他组装所设计电子操控义肢的企业机构。他期望类似MSIG的其他企业亦给予支持,让他帮助更多有需要的人。

 

马来西亚MSIG首席执行员蔡锡源先生表示:"我们很荣幸能够与Sujana Mohd Rejab在此项目中合作。他的善举激励人心,充满创意,且热心助人,而我们则很荣幸能够帮助他完成助人为乐的理想。"

 

他补充说:"我们期望借着对Sujana的支持,唤醒马来西亚的公路安全意识。2018年发生了共548,598起车祸,数据高踞本区域第二,比2015年增加了12%,敲响公路安全警钟。身为马来西亚首屈一指的车险公司,我们全心全意促进公路使用者提高警惕并小心驾驶。公路车祸的后果不堪设想,可能夺命,即使生还,亦可能严重损害受伤者的生活。我们期望透过支持Sujana的善举,受惠者的生活素质可大幅改善之余,更希望这也提醒国人注意公路安全,避免陷入不幸境况。"

MSIG保险(马来西亚)有限公司简介

MSIG 保险(马来西亚)有限公司(简称"马来西亚MSIG")是三井住友保险公司的子公司,也是全球十大**普险集团之一 MS&AD保险集团控股公司(MS&AD)之成员。

 

马来西亚MSIG在普险方面拥有超过 100 年经验及在全国各地设有20间分行,是其中一家领先的火险、工程和汽车保险公司,也是最大*的海运保险公司,为个人和商业需求提供广泛的产品与服务。

 

马来西亚MSIG屡次得奖,显示其专业知识备受认同。信手拈来即有在InsuranceAsia News 新闻卓越奖荣获2018年"马来西亚杰出财物与伤亡保险公司"奖项*。马来西亚MSIG因着财务强劲增长,在产品创新作出投资,增强业务与索赔管理系统的数码化能力,并且极力主张客户服务至上,成为业界佼佼者而受到表扬。我们致力于提供卓越的客户服务,也让马来西亚MSIG于2015年获评选为亚洲保险业大奖的"年度最佳普通保险公司",表扬其在提升企业风险管理方面的客户体验和行业领导地位所作出的努力。

 

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*As of Dec 2018201812

**Fortune Global 500, 2018.

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