PT Freeport Indonesia held its first Occupational Health and Safety Conference as part of its commitment to Safe Production.
The international conference focused on strategies for planning and improving occupational safety and health at PTFI, in particular, as well as at other Freeport-McMoran operations around the world.
"Our commitment in the 2020 PTFI Occupational Safety Conference can be realized through the behavior of every employee. Safety must be the main foundation for employees and companies in carrying out all production actions,"
Tony Wenas, President Director-PTFI.
Although PTFI faces unique and unusual challenges dues to its remote location, PTFI still is able to implement occupational health and safety values and goals in line with all Freeport-McMoRan operations.
At the conference, Zulkifli Lambali, Mine Manager-PTFI, stressed the importance of always working to reduce the risk of work accidents and focus on Safe Production with the goal of zero fatalities.
Mark Johnson, Director, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, expressed the same expectations.
"It’s a great opportunity for us to build a program to create a shared vision and common goals for all PTFI divisions and departments," Johnson said. "This conference for the management team allows us to agree on the values and build the occupational health and safety foundation at PTFI."
The first OHS conference conducted by PTFI was attended by PTFI Senior Management, Freeport Mc-Moran Health & Safety team, representatives of MIND ID, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, PT Aneka Tambang, PT Bukit Asam, and PT Timah.
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