KUCHING, Sept 8: Sarawak Energy Berhad and Pustaka Negeri Sarawak signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today, formalising a two-year collaboration to develop a digital resource centre and mutually beneficial programmes, as well as foster a closer working relationship.
According to Sarawak Energy in a statement today, signing on behalf of Sarawak Energy was its Senior Vice President for Corporate Services Siti Aisah Adenan, while Sarawak State Library was represented by its Acting Chief Executive Officer Japri Bujang Masli. The signing was witnessed by Sarawak Energy Senior Vice President for Land, Legal and Company Secretary James Paul and Sarawak State Library Deputy Chief Executive Officer Wan Mazli Wan Razali.
The signing ceremony between both parties took place in a virtual setting and was attended by heads of department, senior management team and staff from Sarawak Energy and Sarawak State Library.
Speaking during the ceremony, Siti Aisah said Sarawak Energy is pleased to sign the MoU with Pustaka to formalise both party joint development of the e-Resource Centre, named PUSTAKA@SARAWAKENEGRY, for employees.
“Since the Covid-19 pandemic, Sarawak Energy has transformed the way we learn by moving from conventional classroom-based events to online self-studies and subscriptions courses.
“With the establishment of this e-resource centre, our people will be able to access vast collections of digital content and information with ease to enhance their knowledge in line with our progressive digital and online learning culture and talent management excellence key focus area,” she said.
She added that digital standard engineering materials will be made available to the public by the State library, aligned to Sarawak Energy’s Corporate Social Responsibility social investment pillar of education and young people.
Meanwhile, Japri Bujang expressed his hope for Sarawak Energy employees to take advantage of and fully capitalise on the digital resource centre as well as any services that can be offered by the State Library to develop themselves for self-knowledge.
“By developing a digital resource centre, we can contribute towards building a more informed and knowledge-based society by creating a place where minds meet, ideas interact and also provides a platform for accessible information, knowledge, cultures and technologies not restricted by geographical boundaries,” he said. —DayakDaily