Abipraya's Brantas Commitment Prevents Narcotics Spread

09 May 2019


PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) held a urine test for all its employees on Monday (6/5) morning at the Head Office. The full supportive program of the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) is housed in the multipurpose room of the Abipraya Brantas Headquarters on Jalan DI Panjaitan, Cawang, East Jakarta.
The activity held right on the first day of Ramadan this time is a form of Brantas Abipraya's commitment in preventing the spread of narcotics. About 350 people from Abipraya took the test.
Also present was Director of Finance and HR of PT Brantas Abipraya, Suradi accompanied by Director of Operations II Widyo Praseno. Hopefully, by holding this urine test, Abipraya's Brantas work environment is free from drug abuse.
"We do this inspection not only at the Head Office but also at Abipraya's projects. We have encouraged this in Abipraya's environment as evidence of high commitment in combating the dangers of drug abuse and circulation. This activity was also carried out in reference to Abipraya's Brantas Collective Labor Agreement (PKB) with the Braya Workers Union, "Suradi said in his speech.
Representing Abipraya's MillenilalsPT Brantas, Ari Rama Nugraha Kirana felt the activity was very beneficial. "I thank Brantas Abipraya for providing opportunities for employees to find out whether we have misused or indicated the use of narcotics," he said.
Ari continued, the activity is certainly very beneficial for millennials, given the dangers of narcotics abuse can be found anywhere in the world of association and the world of work.
Reinforcing its commitment in preventing the spread of Narcotics in the work environment of PT Brantas Abipraya, Abipraya had also conducted urine tests for Abipraya Individuals and counseling on the prevention of drug hazards in several Abipraya projects such as the Tapin Dam Project located in South Kalimantan, the Keureuto Dam Project in North Aceh, The Project for the Construction of the Pasar Minggu High-Level Flats located in Jakarta, the Paspampres High-Level Flats Development Project and the Upper Market Development Project in the City of Bukittinggi.