Synergy Between BNNP Papua and PTFI to Create a Drug-Free Work Area
07 February 2024
The Head of the Papua Provincial National Narcotics Agency (BNNP) recently made a work visit to PT Freeport Indonesia on Thursday, January 26, 2024. This visit was aimed for coordination and synergy for the Prevention, Eradication, Abuse and Illegal Trafficking of Narcotics (P4GN) in the PTFI operational area.
"The BNN program, namely BERSINAR or "Bersih Dari Narkoba or Clean from Drugs" in the PTFI work environment, is a collaboration between BNNP Papua, BNNK (Mimika Regency), Mimika Police Narcotics Unit and PTFI Management," said the Head of BNNP Papua, Brigadier General Pol. Norman Widjajadi, S.I.K. He hopes that this collaboration between BNN & PTFI can continue to be improved further.
The BERSINAR program also supports PTFI's policy of having Zero Tolerance towards narcotics. Apart from being a criminal act according to Law Number 35 of 2009 concerning Narcotics, this act is also a violation of Article 29.24 of the PTFI Industrial Relations Guidelines 2022-2024.
To strengthen anti-drug measures in the company area, one of the steps taken is implementing Narcotics Test Policies and Procedures in PT Freeport Indonesia Work Areas SOP-4.02-PTFI-001. These Policies and Procedures apply to PTFI employees and all contractor companies including guests in the PTFI Work Area, as well as employee candidates.
Accompanied by Police Commissioner Alfian, as Director of Narcotics Research at the Papua Police, the BNNP group also visited the Grasberg open pit mining area.
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