Friday, February 11, 2011
Takaful Insurans Islam Taib Benefits Presented To Fire & Rescue Dept Personnel
Bandar Seri Begawan - The Acting Minister of Home Affairs, Pehin Datu Lailaraja Major General (Rtd) Dato Paduka Seri Awang Haji Halbi bin Haji Mohd Yusof, yesterday witnessed the presentation of Takaful Insurans Islam Tail) benefits for the Fire and Rescue Department's personnel. It was held at the surau of the Ministry of Home Affairs, according to a press release.
The ceremony also saw the presentation of a Takaful benefit facility for deaths and death compensation benefits for the beneficiary of a Fire and Rescue Department personnel who passed away on January 19 this year.
It was presented by Dato Paduka Sa Bali Abas, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Home Affairs, and Hj Osman Hj Md Jair, the Managing Director of Insurans Islam TAIB Sdn Bhd.
The Government of His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, through the Ministry of Home. Affairs and the Fire and Rescue Department,
has a big responsibility to provide safety, security and harmony for all employees. In relation to this, all officers and personnel from the Fire and Rescue Department have been provided with a life insurance coverage package since October 1, 2009, funded by the government.
The coverage called "PelanTakaful Berkelompok" will help protect interests and lessen the burden on financial difficulties should the unexpected happen to an insured employee.
It also serves as a show of appreciation for the sincere, excellent and professional services provided to the country, taking into account the sacrifices made to perform duties given such high-risk job and tasks for the sake of the people.
Yesterday's programme began with a tahlil and Surah Yassi in recitation by Ustaz Hj Adanan Hj Ahmad, the Fire and Rescue Department's Head of Religious Teachers.
It was also attended by the Acting Permanent Secretary and Deputy Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Home Affairs. Also present were other senior officers and staff members from the ministry, Fire and Rescue Department, as well as the National Disaster Management Centre.
Courtesy by: Borneo Bulletin