Go to ...

Skill Reporter

Informational updates on skill development, technical vocational education and training

Skill Reporter on Google+Skill Reporter on YouTubeSkill Reporter on LinkedInSkill Reporter on PinterestRSS Feed

April 22, 2018

3M India collaborated Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) for skill development in healthcare

New Delhi : With the aim to create a robust and vibrant eco-system for quality vocational education and skill development in healthcare, 3M India Limited and HSSC (Healthcare Sector Skill Council) signed a Memorandum of Understanding at New Delhi.

Ms Debarati Sen, Managing Director, 3M India Region and Mr Ashish Jain, Chief Executive Officer, HSSC, signed the Memorandum of Understanding. The Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) is under the ambit of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship working toward the ‘Skill India’ mission.

Multiple studies have documented the high incidence of infection amongst patients from the use of improperly ‘processed’ surgical instruments. This makes it imperative for hospitals to have a trained work force in sterilization function thereby ensuring reduction in post-operative infections and subsequent complications. To address this need, 3M Healthcare, a global leader for quality monitoring in the device reprocessing space, will be partnering with HSSC to train the CSSD (Central Sterile Services Department) personnel across India.

Speaking at the event, Mr Ashish Jain, CEO, HSSC said, “HSSC aims to facilitate skill development in healthcare benchmarked to global standards ensuring quality and standardization. It is our endeavour to train and skill Indian youth making them employable not only for India but for the world. This partnership between 3M and HSSC is a step in this direction.”

Talking about the partnership, L.C. Das, Executive Director, Healthcare Business Group, said, “3M in India has been present in the healthcare industry for nearly 3 decades and we recognize the need to create standardization which can change the existing practices around hygiene in hospitals. As knowledge partners to HSSC, 3M India with its global expertise endeavour to provide tools and best practices that help individuals, healthcare organizations and trainers to improve performance, productivity and efficiency. We are confident that this synergistic collaboration between HSSC and 3M will deliver impactful results in reducing post-operative infection.”

Note: News shared for public awareness with reference from the information provided at online news portals.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

More Stories From Collaborations