Jakarta, 3 August 2023 - PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa) has successfully defended its ISO 37001 certification - Anti-Bribery Management System (SMAP). Elnusa was certified for the first time with ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System in 2020. This ISO 37001 re-certification was carried out with the aim of increasing the implementation of SMAP in the Company's business environment. The SMAP audit series were carried out for 2 days which took place on 1 & 2 August 2023. PT SGS Indonesia, which acted as the auditor, conveyed the results of the audits that had been carried out. From the results of the audit, no records of major or minor discrepancies were found, but there were several opportunities for improvement (OFI) that could be carried out to improve the anti-bribery management system at Elnusa to make it even better.
The implementation of SMAP based on the ISO 37001: 2016 standard is a progressive step for Elnusa in implementing and continuing to improve the SMAP compliance program. This will support the Company to implement its initial strategy in preventing, detecting and overcoming bribery that may occur. With the completion of the ISO 37001 Re-Certification, of course it is a commitment by the Company's management to continue implementing control of the anti-bribery management system at Elnusa which is implemented in all of the Company's business processes.
The President Director of Elnusa, John Hisar Simamora, on the occasion of closing the re-certification, said that in principle, the implementation, maintenance and improvement of the anti-bribery program has become the company's commitment. "Commitment is shown by implementing a repressive whistleblowing system by following up on reports of bribery and by establishing an institution specifically established to ensure anti-bribery compliance, namely the Anti-Bribery, Ethics and GCG Compliance Function, or what is called the FUKAPEG Team," said John.
John added “As Elnusa officers, we must have a strong anti-bribery culture and be able to implement it in our daily lives. Let's apply "Zero Tolerance, Zero Bribery", in an anti-bribery prevention effort," concluded John.