Bogor, 22 February 2020 - PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa), a subsidiary of PT Pertamina (Persero), continues to enhance the culture of work safety in various lines of operational activities. Taking the moment at the national health and safety (K3) month, Elnusa held a Defensive & Responsible Driving Festival or EDRD Festival, at Sentul Circuit, Bogor, today (22/02).
“Elnusa has successfully recorded 40 million more safe working hours in 2019. There were no work accidents or lost work time due to accidents. Today’s event is one of our efforts to continuously improve safe work culture, especially in safe driving of a tanker, “said Hery Setiawan, Elnusa Finance Director in his official statement, Saturday (22/02).
The event, which carries the theme “Beyond Safety with Our Family,” is an appreciation event for the tankers of Elnusa’s subsidiary, PT Elnusa Petrofin (EPN). As an energy service company whose fuel transportation is one of the services, tankers are the spearhead of distribution. “Therefore, in order to improve the safe driving skills of the tankers, we held this activity,” continued Hery.
Aside from competing for the tankers themselves, Elnusa also invited several transportation companies to take part in the competition. Coverage of participating tankers crew members from various regions of Indonesia.
Hery added, safe driving when distributing fuel is the key to the quality of Elnusa’s services. The quality of the human resources of the tankers depends on the quality of the services. For this reason, improving the quality of human resources needs to be managed through various efforts so that the distribution of fuel to all regions in Indonesia can take place properly and safely.
In addition to the safe driving competition, the festival also presents dialogue by inviting work safety experts, various interesting activities and entertainment. “With this festival, it is hoped that the workers and invitees who are present can increase their knowledge of work safety in driving. So that it supports the culture of safe driving in Indonesia, “concluded Hery. ***