THE THIRD SERIES OF INDONESIA SUSTAINABILITY SEMINAR 2018
October 25, 2018
PT.PIPA was invited to speak at the third series of Indonesia Sustainability Seminar 2018 organised by MVB Indonesia to talk about ethical employment and integrating sustainability into management practices.
MVB Chairman, Alistair Speirs, opened the seminar by explaining the Most Valued Business Indonesia 2018 programme. The seven critical values that MVB promotes are essential to reach the goal to become a sustainable organisation and/or company. It is important to correctly define a company’s core corporate values to guide it along to becoming a better business and a more engaged partner in the community. He encouraged every member and guest at the seminar to do “something” based on the areas of expertise made available by MVB Knowledge Partners so they can truly say they are making real progress to sustainability.
August’s seminar, the last in the 2018 series, was titled “Being an Ethical Employer and Integrating Sustainability into Management Practice”. Speakers discussed ways to reach sustainability from the perspective of an expert in water efficiency, sanitation and hygiene, a waste management campaign, and some excellent examples of good corporate practice.
The seminar then continued with a speech by Didier Perez, General Director PT. Pran Indo Permata Abadi (PIPA). As a water efficiency expert in Indonesia since 1996, Didier Perez explained the importance of water loss management and network optimisation to achieve water efficiency in business.
More info on the seminar can be found on the following article from NOW Jakarta:
Established in 2015 in Singapore, The World’s Most Valued Business (MVB) is an independent organisation committed to empower “Sustainability” and “Best Business Practices” through highlighting, encouraging, and publicising businesses that are genuinely trying to do the right thing.
To be part of MVB, companies need to demonstrate the highest standards in seven critical value areas as follows: Sustainability, Best Possible Business Practices, Ethical Employment, Safety and Security, Customer Service and Respect, Environmental Friendliness, and Corporate Values.
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