During the Pandemic Period, PEPC Again Received an Award from the Indonesian Minister of Manpower

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Jakarta - PT Pertamina EP Cepu (PEPC), as the executor of the Jambaran Tiung Biru (JTB) Unitized Gas Field development project, again received an award from the Minister of Manpower of the Republic of Indonesia, Ida Fauziyah during the K3 Award 2020 Awarding moment in Jakarta at Thursday (8/10).

The award presentation which was held online involved many participants from all regions of Indonesia. Even though the 2020 K3 Award Awarding Ceremony was conducted virtually, it did not reduce its appreciation value. This award event always has added value which encourages the recipients.

PEPC, represented by the Acting VP HSSE PEPC, Defrinaldo received an award in the category of safe working hours. The period is 23 October 2017 to 31 October 2019. In the JTB Unitization Gas Field Development Project itself, to date it has reached more than 21 million safe working hours. This achievement can be obtained because of the high application of a culture of discipline by each employee in the PEPC environment. PEPC regularly campaigns for safe, efficient and productive work activities.

According to Defrinaldo, who is familiarly called Aldo, this award is concrete proof of the government's recognition that PEPC has good values that drive its operations, so that it can become a classy company. "In very limited conditions, experiencing lockdowns on various sides due to the pandemic, Alhamdulillah, PEPC and the RJJ and PDSI Consortium as Drilling Contractors are still able to prove themselves with a good and measured commitment to hard work so that they get the Zero Accident Award from the Ministry of Manpower of the Republic of Indonesia" Aldo.

"This award can be a driving force and encouragement for us to complete the National Strategic Project (PSN), which we are all proud of. This is proof of the commitment of the PEPC Managing Director who was conveyed to be implemented by the GM Gas JTB Project in an extraordinary way, as well as the commitment of the RJJ Consortium Partners in carrying out the mandate to build PSN. Congratulations to all of us, let's remain steadfast in Spirit to Zero, Zero Accident We are working safely, "said Aldo.

In his remarks, the Minister of Manpower stated that the number of work accidents in Indonesia in 2019 reached 130,923 cases. Even though the cases have dropped from 2018, efforts to create safe work locations are a shared responsibility. "A safe and healthy work area is a manifestation of the Sustainable Development Goals point 8, Decent Work and Economic Growth," said Ida Fauziyah.