Sanggar Sarana Baja is committed to continuing to prioritize the principles of Safety, Health, and Environment (K3L) in every operational activity. For us, the principles of HSE are not only a form of responsibility to stakeholders but also a culture that must be understood and applied by all parties, especially employees both at headquarters and in the field.
Wherefore our company strives to mitigate adverse risks by continually implements and improves SSB Integrated Management System consistently while bound to the fulfillment of obligations such as: statutory and regulatory requirements, customer requirements, international regulatory standards: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 (ISO 45001), SMK3, SMKP, 37001, 50001, and 31000.
In order to improve performance and adherence to the implementation of GCG principles, the Company has prepared GCG Implementation Guidelines (GCG Charter) which is the main guideline for GCG implementation within the Company including its stakeholders. GCG Charter is enacted and signed jointly by the Board of Directors and Board of Commissioners. GCG Charter is a codification of the principles of GCG, prevailing laws, corporate values, vision, mission and best governance practices and contains strategic directives of the Board of Directors and Board of Commissioners related to the principles of management of the company as well as an umbrella in the formulation of policies and regulations other technicalities in the Company.
All regulations, decisions or policies issued by the Company should refer to GCG Charter as a standard and basic guidance in its formation. GCG Charter enforcement is also to ensure that every policy in the Company is structured with an approach aimed at encouraging management to check and balance on each business processes at each level or function of management based on GCG principles.
Since 2011 the Company has enacted Code Conduct ("COC") as one of the commitments of the Company in the implementation of GCG. The Guidelines contain a set of commitments consisting of SSB business ethics that are structured in accordance with the core values and characteristics of the Company's leadership to influence, shape, manage and adapt behavior so as to achieve consistent outcomes that are consistent with the corporate culture in achieving vision and mission of the company. The COC applies to members of the company, which includes all employees, Directors and Commissioners of SSB and to be exercised also by all of the Company's stakeholders.
In addition to being regulated in the Company's Articles of Association, the duties and authorities of the Board of Commissioners and Board of Directors are clarified and detailed in the Board Manual governing the specific GCG practices for the Board of Commissioners and the Board of Directors. This Manual contains an agreement between the Board of Directors and the Board of Commissioners on the duties, authorities and responsibilities of each of the Company's organs to improve the quality and effectiveness of the Company's inter-organ relations, to apply GCG principles and to build self-reliance in making decisions and to carry out their duties and responsibilities each in line with the expectations of shareholders and other stakeholders.
The Company is committed to managing risks comprehensively and integrated in an effort to protect and enhance value for all stakeholders. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) manages corporate risk thoroughly (enterprise wide) starts to run with evaluation and socialization.
The Board of Directors is the main responsibility in managing the risks in a comprehensive manner related to the Company's operations. The Risk Management Policy consists of an implementation framework as well as a risk management guide as a reference for implementation in all functions and subsidiaries. The Company is guided by ISO 31000: 2009 as a risk management approach.