Whistle Blowing System

One of the company’s effort to strengthen its GCG performance is to create a policy that encourages internal and external parties to report any event of a breach of regulation, such as corruption, to the company. In addition to indications of corruption, in accordance with the whistleblowing system guidelines issued by KNKG, the whistleblower can also report matters related to allegations of fraud, dishonesty, violations of the law, violations of taxation, violation of corporate ethics, acts that endanger the health and safety of employees or jeopardize the safety of the company, acts that may cause harm to the company's financial and non-financial condition, and violations of standard procedures.

Whistle Blowing Mechanism

  1. Submit Violation Report
    The whistleblower is required to submit a report in the form of a letter, attached with the necessary supporting documents. The whistleblower may contact the Corporate Secretary Division of the company through a written letter or email.
  2. Protection for Whistleblowers
    The company maintains the confidentiality of the identity of the whistleblower, with an aim to provide protection for the whistleblower and their family members from any possible act of reprisal from the reported party. Information on the follow-up of the report will be submitted in confidentiality to the whistleblower that has given complete identity.
  3. Report Handling
    The Corporate Secretary will forward any incoming report to the Internal Audit. The Internal Audit will conduct an investigation related to the report. If the results of the Internal Audit investigation indicates the accuracy of the report, then the results of the investigation will be submitted to the BOD. Further, the BOD will decide either to exact an administrative sanction or resort to a penal sanction to the parties concerned.