Jakarta, 8 October 2020 - PT Elnusa Tbk (ELNUSA), a leading company providing energy services, has regained it's International Organization for Standardization (ISO) series Integrated Management System certification in early October 2020. Audit process This external re-certification has been completed and is valid for the next three years. This certification is a form of ELNUSA's consistency in improving performance and implementing services with the best standards for all ELNUSA service users and other stakeholders.
ELNUSA Head of Corporate Communications, Wahyu Irfan said, "The re-achievement of the Integrated Management System ISO series certification is a form of Elnusa's commitment to continue to provide well-standardized energy services. Besides, this is part of continuous improvement efforts and continuous improvement in business processes. The
achievement of this ISO series re-certification includes ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management Systems, ISO 14001: 2015 Environmental Management Systems, ISO 45001: 2018 Management Systems Occupational Health and Safety, and ISO 55001: 2014 Asset Management System, and ISO 37001: 2016 Anti-Bribery Management System.
"Based on the external auditor's assessment, it is concluded that ELNUSA has run the ISO series management system well. No major findings in the system. So that ELNUSA has the right to get the existing ISO series certification again. " Revelation added.
Elnusa also consistently implements good corporate governance (GCG) in carrying out company activities. This is proven by obtaining the ISO 37001: 2016 Anti-Bribery Management System (SMAP) certification. Obtaining this certification is Elnusa's high commitment to running a professional business, by GCG and as an effort to prevent potential bribery that may occur in the work environment.
Wahyu added, "This ISO-based anti-bribery management system will serve as ELNUSA's guide in implementing and improving various steps to prevent, detect, and overcome bribery."
ELNUSA hopes to continue to increase the credibility of customers and other stakeholders and is committed to continuing to run a business with the principles of good corporate governance. "Hopefully the re-achievement of various ISO series is expected to further increase customer and public trust in ELNUSA in the future", Wahyu concluded.*