“Managing Infection Control in Indonesia – Selecting the Right Gloves”

8 November 2022
10:00am – 12:20pm (Indonesian Time)


About MRC Webinar

The Malaysian Rubber Council (MRC) is an agency under the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities, Malaysia tasked to undertake the market promotion of quality Malaysian rubber and rubber products in world markets.

Over the years, MRC has been actively organising educational seminars in various countries all over the world to educate and disseminate information among industry members, associations, and relevant organizations in those countries on specific topics and issues such as infections control and earthquake protection mechanism. MRC seminars feature local and international industry experts.


“Managing Infection Control in Indonesia – Selecting the Right Gloves”

Date: 8 November 2022 (Tuesday)
  • 10.00AM – 12.20PM (Indonesian Time)
  • 11.00AM – 1.20PM (Malaysian Time)
Venue: Online
Fee: Complimentary

Who Should Attend

This webinar presents an excellent opportunity for professional and healthcare medical practitioners, professors, and students from universities, relevant organizations and regulatory authorities, to know more on the development of infection control in a healthcare setting and to create awareness on the importance of proper use of medical gloves for infection control.


Enhancing medical professionals and healthcare practitioners in Indonesia with proper information on rubber medical gloves.

Advocating correct methods in using rubber medical gloves.

Encouraging the selection and usage of quality medical gloves as part of the efforts to manage hospital-acquired infections effectively.

Webinar Speakers

More about the speakers.

Madam Costy PanjaitanMadam Costy Panjaitan
Madam Costy Panjaitan
Madam Costy PanjaitanInfection Control Practitioner
Indonesian Hospital Association (PERSI)
Madam Costy Panjaitan, a representative from Indonesian Hospital Association (PERSI) is also affliated with Indonesian Society of Infection Control (INASIC). She has completed various courses on Infection Prevention Control with Asia Pacific Society of Infection (APSIC), World Health Organization (WHO) and Center for Disease on Control and Prevention (CDC). She works experiences as an infection prevention control practitioner in cardiac emergency unit since 1979. She also has experience in working with St Vincent Hospital Sydney, Singapore General Hospital & Queen Mary Hospital Hong Kong. She is currently actively involved in public relations and foreign affairs for INASIC and PERSI as an infection control practitioner.
Dr Mohamad Saifudin HakimDr Mohamad Saifudin Hakim
Dr Mohamad Saifudin Hakim
Dr Mohamad Saifudin HakimResearcher & Lecturer, Faculty of Medicine
University of Gadjah Mada
Dr Mohamad Saifudin Hakim started his medical studies at the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta Indonesia in 2003. After two years of clinical internship, he obtained his medical degree in 2009. He completed his master’s degree in the Research Master Program of Infection and Immunity, Erasmus Medical Center (EMC) Rotterdam, the Netherlands in 2013. Currently, he is a PhD student at the Postgraduate School of Molecular Medicine, Erasmus Medical Center (EMC) Rotterdam. His PhD research focused on virus-drug-host interactions, especially the hepatitis virus. He is also an academic staff at the Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta Indonesia.
Dr Eng Aik HweeDr Eng Aik Hwee
Dr Eng Aik Hwee
Dr Eng Aik HweeTechnical Trainer
Latex and Latex products
Dr Eng Aik Hwee obtained his doctorate in Functional Materials Engineering from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology in 1994. With more than 30 years of experience in medical gloves and glove materials research, he was instrumental in commercialising several new medical gloves including a Class III medical glove, where he was the R&D technical leader. Dr Eng frequently travels to many countries such as China, India, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Japan to give educational talks on medical gloves and infection control under the MREPC’s educational programmes. He is an inventor of 5 patent applications of which 2 have been granted; has co-authored review chapters of 4 books; and 35 journal articles. He is a fellow member of Malaysian Institute of Chemistry and a member of various technical committees. Currently he is a technical trainer focusing on medical rubber gloves and the related subjects.



What is the cost of participation for the webinar?

The webinar is offered to all participants on a complimentary basis.

How do I join a MRC webinar?

You may register for MRC webinar via the link provided in the invitation flyer. Once you have registered successfully, you will receive a confirmation email and reminder email with link for the webinar Please open the link in your browser at the scheduled date and time

Who can attend the webinars?

The topic and country of focus for each webinar will be indicated on our website and invitation flyer. All professionals, academia and related organisations in the targeted industry are welcome to participate.

How long is the webinar?

MRC webinar is usually 2.5 to 3 hours long depending on the number of speakers

How far in advance do I need to register for the webinar?

The earlier the better, we recommend that you register at least one week before the webinar.

Can I invite my colleagues / acquaintances from the same industry / field to attend the webinar?

Yes, you are welcome to forward the invitation flyer to your colleagues and acquaintances that are involved in relevant industry/field.

Can I ask questions during the webinar?

Yes, there will be a LIVE Q&A session at the end of the presentations. Participants can ask questions by submitting their questions via the Chat Box function.

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