KUALA LUMPUR: Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia has struck a deal with the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Malaysia to develop safety and defensive driving training programmes and to share technical knowledge and skills for product development.
They signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today. The agreement is valid for a year.
The training programmes are designed for Mitsubishi corporate customers to let them identify hazards and take control measures while driving, as well as to acquire proper driving skills and techniques while using Mitsubishi cars at their workplace.
The programmes are recognised by Department of Occupational Safety and Health Malaysia.
“Through this partnership, the combination of shared skills, knowledge, expertise and experience between the institute and Mitsubishi Motors will equip our corporate customers with industry-ready technical skills, as well as reduce the risk of road accidents at their workplace,” said CEO Tomoyuki Shinnishi.