Join us online on 19 May, at 10:00 CET to our 3rd webinar around Tackling Covid19 with Workplace Innovation: The Republic of North Macedonia Experience.
Ilcho Efkoski, from the Community Development Institute in Macedonia, will explore the lessons learnt during the pandemic and how Covid19 challenges were tackled through workplace innovation. The focus will go on the Health & Safety perspective and how companies had to adapt the workplace to the new situation.
As the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, social distance became one of the main means to fight transmission of Sars-Cov-2. Working systems were adapted to the use of technologies that monitored social distancing, to measure how closely and for how long individuals come into contact by monitoring the time in signals between units. These devices can also trigger alerts and real-time feedback via large base or cloud platform to identify those at risk of COVID-19.
The Organisation & The Speaker
Community Development Institute
CDI is the Macedonian umbrella association for sustainable development, education and social services .
The Community Development Institute is a sustainable civil society organization that works on building a democratic and multiethnic society through strengthening the capacities of individuals, organizations, and institutions.
Dr. Ilcho Efkoski
Dr. Efkoski is an Occupational medicine doctor at the PZU Medical Centre Tetovo in Republic of Macedonia.
He graduated at UKIM – Faculty of Medicine in Skopje the academic year 1998, and after first year he transferred to Trakia University in Stara Zagora Bulgaria In 2010 he started his specialization of Occupational medicine again at UKIM – Faculty of Medicine in Skopje, and finished in 2014. In 2015 he got a diploma in Bergen Norway as Seafarer’s doctor. He has been working as General Doctor at Intermed Hospital (2004-2007), was Chief Medical Officer / MD Occupational medicine at Promedika Medical Center Skopje, General Manager since 2008 and present MD Specialist for Occupational medicine at PZU Medica Centre Tetovo since 2014.
Constantly striving to gain new knowledge and experience, and surpassing the educational opportunities offered to doctors, he has completed numerous continuing medical education courses offered by the American Medical Association, John Hopkins University School of Public Health, ILO, EU-OSHA, IAAE, HSE, Ministry of Health of Canada and others.
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