PT Donggi-Senoro LNG (DSLNG) is highly committed to uphold anti-corruption, anti-bribe and anti-fraud practices in conducting its business and will uphold zero tolerance for fraudulent activities such as corruption, bribery and unfair business practices. This commitment is manifested through the daily working activities of DSLNG employees and shall become their work culture and behaviour. To support and strengthen these efforts, DSLNG has arranged a seminar with the theme of "Anti-Fraud, Bribery, and Corruption Socialization”. The seminar was held offline on Wednesday (17/05/23) at Pondok Indah Office Tower Jakarta and online for employees at DSLNG's Plant on Friday (19/05/23), presented by Amien Sunaryadi to all employees and personnel who work in DSLNG’s premises,. Amien Sunaryadi is the former head of SKK Migas for the 2014-2018 period and a former Deputy Chairman of KPK for the 2003-2007 period, and currently holds the positions as the President Commissioner of PT PLN (Persero) and Chairman of Tax Supervisory Committee appointed by the Minister of Finance. DSLNG's commitment to zero tolerance toward corruption, bribery and fraudulent conducts aligns with its efforts to prevent DSLNG from the corporate criminal liability under the prevailing laws and regulations. One of DSLNG's corporate strategies in eradicating bribery, as stated by Amien Sunaryadi, was to set the tone and key messages from the top management on “4 NO’s”: No Bribery, No Kickback, No Gift, No Luxurious Hospitality, up to the prosecution of violations through Hand Catch Operations (OTT), forensic investigations, and internal and external audits. DSLNG should make these efforts to prevent fraud, intentional negligence to deceive corporations, and deliberate embezzlement that harms corporations and other parties.
PT Donggi-Senoro LNG (DSLNG) again held a routine blood donation activity at the DSLNG Plant, Uso Village, Batui District, Wednesday (3/5/2023). This activity, carried out in collaboration with the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) of Banggai Regency, was welcomed enthusiastically by employees, contractors, and members of the Indonesian National Police and the Indonesian National Armed Forces who were on duty in the DSLNG environment. Before donating blood, prospective donors were examined thoroughly by the health workers to determine whether the prospective donor meets the requirements as a donor. From this blood donation activity, DSLNG managed to collect 256 blood bags.