In order to ensure ethical, healthy, and integrity-based business practices, as well as to continue ensuring transparency and openness of information, especially related to the reporting of violations committed by employees or management, Indonesia Power has established and implemented the Violation Reporting System (WBS) Policy based on Joint Decree of the Board of Commissioners and Directors No. 250.K/010/IP/2019 and 020.SK/DEKOM-IP/2019 regarding the Violation Complaints Management Policy (Whistle Blowing System) at PT Indonesia Power.
The WBS Policy serves as a communication channel for employees, customers, business partners, and other parties to report incidents suspected to be related to fraudulent or criminal activities, policy violations, and ethical code violations involving all levels of Indonesia Power. With this policy, it is expected that all parties will be encouraged to report violations without fear of becoming victims, discrimination, or suffering losses.
The scope of the WBS Policy covers violations of the Code of Conduct that can harm the Company's finances or create negative reputations for Indonesia Power. Any internal or external party may report violations, including the Board of Commissioners, Board of Commissioners Committee, Directors, and all employees as well as other stakeholders who have a working relationship with Indonesia Power. The parties that can be reported as violators include the Board of Commissioners, Board of Commissioners Committee, Directors, and all employees of Indonesia Power.
Reports that can be submitted through the WBS include violation reports covering unethical/unmoral actions or other actions that can harm the Company or stakeholders committed by employees, Directors, Board of Commissioners, Board of Commissioners Committee in accordance with the Company's Code of Ethics.
The WBS Policy is continuously being socialized to both internal and external parties so that its implementation is supported effectively by all parties. Internal socialization is carried out through various media, including workshops, intranet, bulletins, banners, Indonesia Power magazine, and Annual Reports.
The Mechanism of Reporting Violations
Reports of indications of fraud, criminal acts, violations of company policies, and violations of the code of ethics involving all levels of Indonesia Power can be submitted through the website or official email or letter. Indonesia Power provides the widest possible opportunity for reporting violations, both from internal parties of Indonesia Power and external stakeholders, with or without clear identities, and supporting evidence of indications of violations.
Indonesia Power is committed to maintaining the confidentiality of information from reporters and alleged violators as an application of the principle of confidentiality. The identity of the reporter is only known to the violation management team unless the reporter allows their identity to be disclosed.
Reports regarding alleged violations can be submitted through:
Company website: www.indonesiapower.co.id
Official letter to the company:
Board of Directors of PT Indonesia Power
Attention: Complaints Management Team of PT Indonesia Power
Jl. Jenderal Gatot Subroto Kavling 18, Kuningan Timur, Setiabudi, Jakarta Selatan 12950
Official letter submitted through the Drop Box available in the main lobby of Indonesia Power's headquarters.
Text or phone call to the number 08119798888