In a bid to promote health and safety and economic recovery, The Medical City (TMC) Iloilo is hosting a free webinar series via Zoom tailored to different industries starting this October until December.
Entitled “Creating a Safe Wakanda”, the said webinar series will tackle topics on infection prevention and control measures that could be beneficial to different businesses in Iloilo.
The webinar will feature infection control experts who will be providing important and critical inputs specifically tailored to the needs of each industry and business.
The following schedules are already set for those companies who want to pre-register:
- October 22, 2020 – BPO Companies
- October 29, 2020 – Hotels and Restaurants
- November 12, 2020 – Malls, Banks, and Restaurants
- November 26, 2020 – Gyms, Spas, Salons and Wellness Centers
- December 10, 2020 – Utility Companies, Factories, and Fieldwork
This is open to all employees especially to management personnel, Human Resource practitioners, Safety Officers, Company Physicians, nurses, and Team Leaders.
These webinars are FREE OF CHARGE and will be held via Zoom Meeting. Limited slots will be available for each session.
To pre-register, click this thru this link: https://tinyurl.com/SafeWakandaPreReg or contact (033) 500-1000 loc. 50039 / 0915 1868 464 / 0933 0646 284. You may also email TMC Iloilo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Webinar details including Meeting ID, Password and meeting link shall be provided once pre-registration has been completed.
“It is a great opportunity for our medical experts in infection control to actually share our learning based on research and actual clinic experiences. We are privileged to be given this chance to give back and be part of the efforts to help rebuild our local economy”, TMC Iloilo Chief Medical Officer Dr. Debbie Noblezada-Uy noted.
“As our way of giving back to the support of the Ilonggos and our contribution to bring in economic recovery, we are initiating this webinar series”, said TMC Iloilo Chief Executive Officer Dr. Felix Ray Villa.
“We hope that through this initiative, we will be able to help businesses in Iloilo City recover and bring back the vibrant economy of this city. Let us help one another in keeping Iloilo City, the City of Love and now known as the Wakanda of the Philippines safe,” Dr. Villa added.