ILKO has certified the importance it places on the environment and on occupational health / 12 December 2012
ILKO attaches great importance to its environmental management system and to all occupational health and safety issues, throughout all of its operations, in accordance with its “High Quality Policy”. As a result, ILKO established an occupational health and safety system, and an environmental management system, as soon as it began operations in 2012, receiving both an ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certification and an OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety certification.
ILKO’s Founder, Mr Mustafa Öncel, was honored with a plaque for his contributions to the sector / 20 December 2012
The Drug Industry Employers Union (IEIS) organized a special night to honor those people who have brought the pharmaceutical industry to these successful days. During that night, Selçuklu Holding’s Honorary President and ILKO’s Founder, Mr Mustafa Öncel, received a plaque.
ILKO attended the Career Fair at Yeditepe University’s Faculty of Pharmacy / 05 December 2012
ILKO met with many young people during the Career Fair held at the Yeditepe University’s Faculty of Pharmacy on December 5, 2012. Throughout the day long event, both the ILKO stand and the ILKO presentation attracted a great deal of attention.
With sponsorship from ILKO, the first Turkish Nursing Home Doctors’ Geriatric Neuropsychiatry Training Course was held / 02-04 November 2012
From November 02-04, 2012, the Turkish Nursing Home Doctors’ Geriatric Neuropsychiatry Training Course, sponsored by ILKO, was held at the Şanlıurfa Dedeman Hotel under the leadership of Asst. Prof. Dr. Mustafa Cankurtaran who works at the Hacettepe Internal Medicine and Geriatrics Unit. During the course a range of subjects were discussed, including current issues related to dementia in nursing homes and proposals for solutions, nutritional support for the patients with dementia, case studies on the use of antipsychotics in nursing homes and case studies on the use of antipsychotics in prisons.