19.6 Million Manhours Free Lost Time Injury (LTI)
since late of 2014 to first quarter of 2018
One of the most critical factor in the technical aspect of mining activity is Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), which is conducting mining activities in a safe manner and free from any event of incident that may trigger loss, not only to the employees and equipments, but also to the community and environment.
OHS is everyone’s responsibility. MHU and the relevant parties determine to create a healthy and free-from-injury working environment, as well as to undertake operation activities based on safety principles.
Regarding of the spirit of “Safety is not a gadget but a state of mind”, MHU enforces MHU Safety Management System (MSMS). The system has already adopted the OHSAS 18001, Mining Safety Management Systems (SMKP) and OHS Management Systems (SMK3). The Contractor Safety Management System (CSMS) is a part of the MSMS, to monitor and to assess the performance of MHU’s contractors within the implementation of the particularly Mining Safey Management Systems (SMKP) that consist of both OHS Management System and Operations Safety Management System refers to the government regulations.
MHU consistently works towards increasing the employees’ awareness and competence in the area of OHS. A number of trainings and awareness programs have been conducted to encourage, to promote and to enhance, in order to ultimately reach a situation where safety becomes the mind-set of everyone in the company. Safety culture is the end goal of the well-developed mindset.
Incident prevention program is also created through Golden Rules standards, known as M-9. These standards are critically to prevent breaches of applicable regulations at MHU working area. At the same time, MHU applies a number of policies as well as provides facilities and infrastructures in order to meet mining safety standards.