On behalf of the Ministry of Manpower, I greatly welcome these initiatives as these videos can be used as a reference on the implementation of HIV prevention programmes and contribute to strengthening the application of the Manpower Ministerial Decree No. 68/2004."Dr Ghazmahadi, Director of OSH Inspection of the Ministry of Manpower
Meanwhile, Dr Ghazmahadi, Director of OSH Inspection of the Ministry of Manpower, highlighted the importance of innovative HIV prevention programme. He also called for more participation from the enterprises.
“On behalf of the Ministry of Manpower, I greatly welcome these initiatives as these videos can be used as a reference on the implementation of HIV prevention programmes and contribute to strengthening the application of the Manpower Ministerial Decree No. 68/2004.”
Best practices at the enterprise levelThe best practice videos feature various initiatives and programmes conducted by three multinational companies: PT Pertamina Persero, Hazama Ando-WIKA Joint Operation and Star Energy Geothermal (Wayang Windu), Ltd. These companies represent HIV high-risk sectors, such as mining, construction, gas and oil as well as transportation sectors. These sectors are known for their high-risk type of workers: Mobile men with money.
These videos document the implementation of non-discriminatory policies and integrated HIV/AIDS prevention programmes for both the employees and surrounding communities. They also feature how the companies can dedicate their company social responsibility (CSR) programme to HIV/AIDS related activities in order to create inclusive communities.
Promoting non-discriminatory workplace and community: PT Pertamina Persero
Promoting non-discriminatory workplace and community: Star Energy Geothermal (Wayang Windu), Ltd
This national company has focused its internal HIV prevention programme through an education programme, voluntarily testing programme and the involvement of trade union. At the community level, the company initiated a mapping of key population covering 13 villages in Pangalengan, West Java, which is also known as a tourism area. The findings were used as a reference for and the development of HIV prevention programme in the forms of information dissemination and the availability of rapid test kits. This initiative has been replicated by the Provincial Government of West Java to other regions.
Promoting non-discriminatory workplace and community: Hazama Ando – WIKA Joint Operation
Internally, the company has developed a written non-discriminatory policy, conducted education programme through peer educators as well as voluntarily testing programme. At the community level, the company initiated the establishment of Community Cares for AIDS (WPA) programme in 2018 covering two surrounding villages in Wonogiri, Central Java: Pondok Sari Village and Pokoh Kidul Village. The WPA programmes aim to raise the awareness about HIV, share knowledge and conduct community training. These activities. The villages have taken ownership of the programme by allocating village fund to conduct their own HIV prevention programmes.