Management and Science University (MSU) has become the first university ever in Malaysia to initiate a comprehensive collaboration with Malaysia’s Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM) in combatting COVID-19.
The University ran the MSU Public Sanitization Campaign on February 26, there days ahead of its students returning to campus beginning March 1.
Such proactivity indicates a high commitment to ensuring health and safety for all, said JPBM Director YS PKPjB Norazam Khamis; who led two teams of a combined twenty from the Shah Alam Section 15 and the Kota Anggerik stations carrying out disinfection of MSU’s U-Plaza, U-Concourse, The Hub, Cinnamon Café, Library and Resource Centre, and lecture halls.
MSU President, Professor Tan Sri Dato’ Wira Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid, said that committing to health and safety on campus is crucial to ensuring uninterrupted continuity and quality in the University’s teaching and learning through the blended mode of delivery.
Such a commitment has led MSU to offer the University’s private specialist hospital MSU Medical Centre (MSUMC) as a future vaccine centre.
Situated adjacent to the MSU main campus in Shah Alam Section 13 and the University’s student accommodation The Residence, MSUMC is the first hospital in Malaysia purpose built by a private university.