Health, Safety and Environment

Health, Safety and Environment

The Company is committed to carrying out mining safely. Therefore, the Company has established a Health, Safety and Environment (“HSE”) policy as its guideline for all employees carrying out operational activities.

In line with progress in the field, the Company is pioneering the application of work systems directed toward health, and safety and environmental management in accordance with OHSAS 18001 accreditation standards for occupational health and safety, as well as ISO14001 accreditation standards for environmental management.

The Company has established a general policy for HSE, which is, “All personnel employed by the Company are expected to understand, support and assist in the application of the policies and principles of occupational health and safety as follows:

  • Value life above all else and manage risk accordingly.
  • Do not compromise our safety and health values for profit or production.
  • Relentlessly pursue and continually improve safety and health systems and processes to achieve an incident free workplace.
  • Enforce the standard that working safely is a condition of employment.
  • Ensure that all employees, contractors and others are well informed, well trained and committed to the improvement of safety and health processes.
  • Accountable for conforming with and continuously communicating our safety and health principles.
  • Adopt safety as our primary corporate value and are committed to ensure that our employees adopt safety as part of their working culture and way of life.



  • Received Award from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources with regards to the management of the area impacted by earthquake and tsunami in Palu.
  • Received Award from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources in mining safety management, due to no mining accidents with fatalities, occupational hazards, occupational illnesses and disease-related incidents of labor.
  • Reclamation Guarantee settlement towards CPM’s operation area.
  • Appointed location of 60 hectares area for critical watershed rehabilitation as DPM’s commitment to the environment protection.
  • Part of Emergency Response Team to evacuate fire victims in isolated village (Pinogu).
  • Part of Emergency Response Team with Indonesian National Army (TNI) during forest fire due to illegal mining activities.
  • Rehabilitation activity with local community and local government