PALEMBANG – The Company of Semen Baturaja (SMBR)
and the Attorney General Office of South Sumatra have signed a memorandum of
understanding concerning the handling of civil law and state administrative
procedure law in the latter’s office building on Wednesday, 22 April.
of the memorandum was performed by the General and Human Resources Director
Amrullah who represented the management of SMBR accompanied by the Vice
President Corporate Secretary, Basthony Santri. The Head of South Sumatra
Attorney General Office, Dr. Wisnu Baroto Sh.H.,M.Hum, along with others, have
also attended the ceremony. The memorandum of understanding signed among SMBR
and the Attorney General Office of South Sumatra is a collaborative arrangement
concerning the handling of civil law and state administrative procedure law
within the scope of providing legal assistance, providing legal consideration,
and other legal actions that are necessary for SMBR. Other than that, the
memorandum also serves as continuity for another memorandum that was previously
been signed by SMBR and the Attorney General Office of South Sumatra.
current pandemic, the signing process was done in accordance to the Covid-19
prevention procedure. All party involved are required to wear face mask and
apply physical distancing when present on the Attorney General Office of South
Sumatra. With the signing of this memorandum, it is hoped that SMBR will be
able to continue in preserving their company as one of the country’s assets and
national vital object.
During the current pandemic, the signing process was done in accordance to the Covid-19 prevention procedure. All party involved are required to wear face mask and apply physical distancing when present on the Attorney General Office of South Sumatra. With the signing of this memorandum, it is hoped that SMBR will be able to continue in preserving their company as one of the country’s assets and national vital object.
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BATURAJA – The Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic
has spread in more than 282 cities in Indonesia. This number keeps on
increasing, despite the lowering curve on positive cases and the increase of
cases of recovering from Covid-19. As per 26 April 2020, it has been listed
that there are 129 positive cases of Covid-19 in the province of South Sumatra
spread in different regions of the province.
attempt to prevent the Covid-19 infection, PT Semen Baturaja (SMBR) has
distributed a number of relief supports in the form of medical equipment to the
Task Force for Handling Covid-19 Disaster of Ogan, Komering, Ulu (OKU) Region
on Monday, 27 April. The relief support was directly given by the Vice
President Operation I of Semen Baturaja, Eko David Irawan, to the Head of OKU
region, Kuryana Aziz, on the latter’s house.
Baturaja, who has been appointed as the coordinator of the Task Force for
Covid-19 Disaster of OKU, has distributed relief in the form of 100 pieces of
medical protective equipment, 2500 pieces of medical face masks, 10.000 pieces
of handscoon, 100 liter of hand sanitizer, and 1000 pieces of cloth face masks,
“We, alongside all of the State-Owned Business Enterprises in South Sumatra, are
working together with each other and gave our full support especially to the
government in their many efforts to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, mainly
in the OKU region,” said Eko David Irawan.
the company’s CSR, the medical equipment donations also came from the Semen
Baturaja Employee Union and Bayt al-Mal of Semen Baturaja Employee. “It is a
form of consideration from the employees of Semen Baturaja who have donated in order
to help preventing the spread of Covid-19,” he added. Going further, Eko David
hoped that the donated relief support to be immediately distributed, especially
for medical workers or people of OKU region.
Previously, Semen Baturaja along with other 46 State-Owned Business Enterprises had provided relief support to help manage Covid-19 in the form of medical equipments to the government of South Sumatra province. Other than the donation, Semen Baturaja has also directly contributed to the preventive measure against Covid-19 through disinfectant spraying on several public areas in OKU region back then on 26 March. “We even deployed teams from Semen Baturaja to help doing tracing and spraying disinfectant on the houses of both people and patients under Covid-19 surveillance in OKU region,” as Eko David mentioned.
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Applying the Various
Preventive Measures in Accordance with the Protocol Standard set by the Central
PALEMBANG – The current spreading of Coronaviruse
Disease 2019 (Covid-19) has worsened. As of 5 April 2020, a number of 2273
positive infection case has been listed in Indonesia. Currently, there are at
least 44 patients under surveillance that are undergoing treatment with 16 of
them declared infected in South Sumatra. The government continues to warn its
people to always be cautious with Covid-19 transmission by reducing group
activities and maintaining cleanliness and health. In the attempt to hasten the
handling of Covid-19, the government has also set up a large-scale social
Baturaja (SMBR) is one of the State-Owned Business Enterprises operating on
South Sumatra which has had taken several measures to prevent the spread of
Covid-19 as per the protocol standard set by the Central Government, such as:
Organizing socialization to educate
about the transmission and prevention of Covid-19 to employees of SMBR that
were being directly taught by the Boards of Direction and Management and the
Management of Siloam Sriwijaya Hospital who collaborated with SMBR.
Organizing another Covid-19 handling
socialization to employees of SMBR and external party through various contents
in social media, banner, poster, and flyer scattered around the work area of
Publishing the SOP of vigilance in
treating Covid-19 infection for employees of SMBR and their family.
Mandating the body temperature
measuring and sterilization within the sterilization
chamber for employees and guests entering the area inside the office and
plant of SMBR.
Providing necessities that help to
maintain cleanliness and health in company’s environment such as hand sanitizer
for every employee while also placing it in public area, distributing face
mask, and forming Hotline Centre along with unit rooms for medical purpose in
each site for employees who need treatment.
Sterilization of work area by
periodic disinfectant spraying.
Applying the Work From Home (WFH)
policy for employees whose age are over 50 years old and mothers with
pregnancy. Those who are included in the WFH category are perceived to be more
vulnerable to Covid-19 compared.
Applying the Physical Distancing
policy on all work activities by restricting activities that require the
gathering of mass of people, such as ceremony, morning exercise, and meetings,
to only include up to ten people at maximum.
Optimizing the usage of Video
Conference as a mean of communication and coordination meeting between site in
order to minimize the need of work trip,
Limiting the number of external party
or guest visiting SMBR.
The accepting and distributing of
document or letter work will be required to be in the form of softcopy and sent
SMBR is also
part of and playing an active role within the Task Force of Covid-19 Handling
both in the province of South Sumatra and the Ministry of State-Owned Business
Enterprise. SMBR also supports the government in managing the spreading of
Covid-19 to prevent it from proliferating any further.
example, SMBR together with the Regional Government of OKU have done
disinfectant spraying on many public areas in OKU region starting from 26 March
then. “Other than that, we are also currently have coordinated with the other
State-Owned Business Enterprises in supplying the numerous necessities like protective
equipment for medical workers, face masks and hand sanitizers for people who
need it,” as stated.
and policies that have been utilized by the company under the preventive
measure of Covid-19 were done with the aim to ensure the well being of every
employee, and protecting them from the risk of COvid-19 infection while also
allow them to still work safely and comfortably. “We are predicting that there
would be a 20% decrease in cement sale throughout Semester I-2020 due to
Covid-19,” as noted.
noticeable on February where the sales number of SMBR has been reconciliated by
14% in conjunction with the 12% reconciliation of the cement demand in South
Sumatra. Even so, companies remain confident that there would be growth in
sales during the entirety of 2020 through reinforcement in the growth of
property and infrastructure sectors that has become the main sector of cement
attempt to alleviate the decrease of demand for cement that is being
exacerbated by Covid-19 pandemic, SMBR has prepared several strategies to push
for its productivity in 2020, such as: the diversification of underlying cement
product, doing cost efficiency in several product lineups, and also by applying
marketing strategies focusing on the sale of cement in SMBR-based markets.
SMBR is also hoping for a growth on cement demand within the retail sector in relation with the potential stimulus or incentive from housing provided by government, in following what had once been stated by the minister of Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing of Republic of Indonesia, Basuki Hadimuljono. In addition, it is also hoped that the first phase of village fund distribution on May could further push the sales number of SMBR cement.
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PALEMBANG – Semen Baturaja, together with other
45 State-Owned Business Enterprises of South Sumatra that are included in the
South Sumatra State-Owned Business Enterprise Task Force for National Disaster,
have donated medical equipments to the government of South Sumatra. The relief
support provided consisted of accumulated funds from the entire State-Owned
Business Enterprises of South Sumatra in the form of medical equipments, such
as: protective equipment, handscoon, hand sanitizer, temperature scanner,
oxygen spray, and multivitamin. The relief was symbolically presented by Pusri,
acting as the coordinator of South Sumatra State-Owned Business Enterprise Task
Force for National Disaster, and was accepted by the governor of South Sumatra,
Herman Deru, in South Sumatra’s National Board for Disaster Management post on
Thursday, 9 April.
During the implementation, the relief accepted from the Task Force for the National Board will have been distributed to places that need it, including hospitals. As a state-owned company, Indonesia’s State-Owned Business Enterprise will always continue to work with the government in managing the Covid-19 disaster, one of which is through the formation of Task Force. We all swore that we will thrive over Covid-19!
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