Whistleblowing System
Fraud Prevention

Whistleblowing System



Whistleblowing is a disclosure of violations or a disclosure of acts against the law, acts of fraud, unethical actions/immorality or other actions that can harm the Corporate or parties with interests towards the Corporate (stakeholders), carried out by employees/management of the Corporate.

The Whistleblower is the party that carries out whistleblowing.



The Corporate committed to provide support and protection to every informant (whistleblower), as well as maintaining the confidentiality of the whistleblower's identity and reports submitted.



1.   1. All external and internal parties can send a report of any violations that occur to this e-mail:


2.   Each report submitted via the email will be sent to:

      ►  TheAnti Fraud Officer (the responsible persons for whistleblowing systems)

      ►  The President Director (as internal audit supervision director)

3.   If the informant has evidence in the form of data, information, or initial indications of the occurrence of a violation,

      then it can be included in the report.

4.   Every informant must have a strong reason for submitting a violation report or potential violation and must have

      good faith (not a defamation, not for personal gain or other motivation).



Types of violations that can be reported through a whistleblowing system include, but are not limited to the following violations:

1.    Actions of fraud.

2.    Acts/practices of gratification.

3.    Significant operational error.

4.    Associated with actions taken accidentally or unwittingly so that they can result in financial or non-financial losses

        for the Corporate.

5.    Conflict of interest related to the act of misusing the name, asset facilities, or good relations of the Company for

        personal interests in any form including reception of money, goods, and facilities from certain parties without

        permission from the Director related to and/or contrary to the Corporate Policy.

6.    Violation of the code of ethics or code of conduct applied in the Corporate.

7.    Violations of the Corporate’s provisions, covering all forms of violations of the Corporate’s significant internal

        provisions and violations of applicable external provisions.

8.    Acts that violate ethics and morals, related to acts that are not commendable which can harm the Corporate’s good

        name, in the form of ethnicity, religion, race, and inter-group, conflict of interest harassment, Corporate data use,

        misuse of assets/inventory, including non-compliance with related regulations and other matters concerning ethics.

9.    Acts that violate criminal law and civil law or other laws and regulations, such as falsifying the signature of the

        authorities, drug use, destruction of goods and others.

10.  Actions that endanger the safety and work environment, the security of the Company, including endangering the

        assets of third parties/customers.