In order to disseminate knowledge on Risk Management to all employees, the HR and Organizational Development Section (PSDMO) of PT DAHANA (Persero) held a sharing session which was packaged in the Sitting Together Sharing Knowledge (DBBI) event on the Implementation of Risk Management, through a virtual meeting on Thursday, 18 November 2021.


Speakers on this DBBI program consisted of Rikrik Indrya S (Assistant Auditor), M. Helmi Faisal (Staff for Business Planning & Development), and Danny Armeidian (Assistant Manager for System Development). Rikrik described about what risk is, ways to recognize risk, the importance of risk management, and who owns the risk.


“Everyone in an organization is a risk owner, therefore, everyone must carry out risk management to achieve organizational goals, and everyone is responsible for risk management,” said Rikrik.


Meanwhile, Helmi, the second speaker explained about Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) ISO 31000 applicable in SOEs, risk management processes, and the challenges and keys to successful ERM implementation. In his presentation, Helmi explained about the process of risk management starting from risk identification, risk measurement, risk evaluation and mapping, risk response, and risk monitoring and reporting.


In view of management implementation, Helmi also said that DAHANA should first set the company targets in the Company’s Long Term Plan (RJPP), Key Performance Indicators (KPI), and Company Work Plan and Budget (RKAP), then carry out the risk assessment and mitigation process , plan risk management together with monitoring by the risk management unit, result which will be audited internally by the Internal Supervisory Unit (KPI).


Meanwhile, Danny Armeidian gave description about the Refreshment of the Anti-Bribery Management System (SMAP) and the Security Management System (SMP), to the DAHANA Risk Management Roadmap. Up to date, DAHANA has implemented ISO 37001 regarding anti-bribery management, as an effort to strengthen the company’s image in front of stakeholders and to implement good corporate governance (GCG) based company management.


As a company engaged in industry of high-energy material or explosives, DAHANA is listed as a National Vital Object, thus requiring risk-based asset security. Furthermore, Danny also explained the risk management structure at DAHANA, which was chaired by the President Director, and carried out in practice by Risk Officers at the work unit, joint operations, and project levels. This team has also provides a risk management roadmap that is targeted to be well integrated by 2026.


“It is our hope that by 2026, all DAHANA personnel will be aware and able to manage risks,  while risk officers will be able to fill out the risk form properly,” said Danny.