Press Release in Indonesian

Today, Shell Indonesia together with all Shell’s offices around the globe celebrates Safety Day 2010 as a part of its commitment on delivering a high standard of Health Safety Security Environment (HSSE) and encouraging a culture of compliance with regulations, policy, standards, and practice, whenever and wherever Shell operates. In Indonesia, the celebration is aligned with the achievement of one million-hours zero without loss-time injury (LTI) of fuel retail site constructions in Indonesia. During this event, Shell invites parties that have made this achievement possible, including contractors and surrounding community representatives of Shell’s fuel retail sites. 

Armita Indradini, Retail District Manager, PT Shell Indonesia, said “Safety Day at Shell is when all employees and contractors are encouraged to gather together to focus on safety and make plans to take the next steps on the journey towards Goal Zero. It’s a day for sharing ideas and good practices, for working in teams on plans to deliver continuous improvement in safety performance, and to reflect on our personal commitment to safety. Achieving one million man-hours without LTI is a positive testament to the excellent work of our staff as well as contractors in carrying out their work safely and professionally. ”

As one of the world’s leading oil and gas companies employing more than 101,000 people, Shell’s policy on Health, Safety, Security, and Environment (HSSE) is well understood and adhered by all of Shell’s employees, vendors, as well as contractors. Shell has one of the largest fuel retail businesses with 44.000 retail stations in over 90 countries and daily serves millions of customers worldwide.

During this event, Shell also invited neighbors from various retail sites to share their experience on how Shell impacts their daily life, specifically in HSSE matters.

For further information, please contact: 

Fathia Syarif
Manager - Media Relations, External Affairs & Communications
PT Shell Indonesia
Phone: +62 21 7592 4700
Fax: +62 21 7592 4679