Indonesia’s leading container terminal – the Jakarta International Container Terminal (PT JICT) – has just complied with the ISO 14001-2015 on Environment Management System and ISO 45001-2018 on Health and Work Safety Management (SMK3).
The two certificates were issued by the international certification board of MSC Indonesia after getting approval from Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ). The MSC Indonesia is the official representative of JAS-ANZ.
These certificates prove the JICT commitment on the aspects of health and safety of all employees and stakeholders doing business in JICT. In addition, this is an evidence of JICT sustainable efforts building risk-based management system.
Commending this achievement, JICT President Director Ade Hartono voices appreciation to all parties, especially the internal department that has continuously building the aspects of health and safety system.
“But, of course, this is not only an achievement of a certain party, but all parties. These ISOs prove a hard work of all elements in this company,” Ade said on the official delivery of these ISO certificates at JICT Office, recently.
“Our commitment is to continue create work safety, safe work environment, healthy work environment, and create zero accident in operation,” Ade said further.