Nakertrans and Energy Agency States 281 Companies Violating PSBB Rules

Reporter : Aldi Geri Lumban Tobing | Editor : Maria Inggita | April 21st, 2020 09:59 PM 21:59 WIB | Dibaca 340 kali
Nakertrans and Energy Agency States 281 Companies Violating PSBB Rules (Foto : Mochamad Tresna Suheryanto / Beritajakarta.id)

Jakarta Manpower, Transmigration (Nakertrans) and Energy Agency found as many as 281 companies violating the Large-scale Social Restrictions (PSBB).

" We have temporarily stopped 34 companies which carry out their business activities during PSBB"

Jakarta Nakertrans and Energy Agency Head, Andri Yansyah stated, company's operational for PSBB are regulated in Gubernatorial Regulation (Pergub) No. 33/2020 concerning the Large-scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) Implementation in Handling Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in DKI Jakarta.

"We have temporarily stopped 34 companies which carry out their business activities during PSBB. Total 203 companies received warnings and guidance for not implementing a complete health protocols, as well as 44 companies that are not excluded but have permission from Industry Ministry to carry out their business activities. We give them warnings and socialization for not implementing health protocols," he asserted, Tuesday (4/21).

According to him, most companies that violate the regulations during PSBB do not limit number of employees working in the workplace.

"They still employ all employees to work and some of them, especially in factories, are unable to maintain appropriate physical distancing between employees," he said.

He explained, health protocols can work effectively if it is carried out with three restrictions namely, restrictions on employee, working hours, and operational facilities. Although the company is equipped with thermal gun, required employees to wear face mask, preparing hand sanitizers, and spraying disinfectant routinely but not doing any restrictions, its efforts to prevent COVID-19 transmission will be not optimal because transmission still may occur.

"During breaks, we also monitor canteen capacity to accomodate workers. When the company don't limit the employees, some of them even eat on the sidewalk," he added.

According to Gubernatorial Regulation No. 33/2020, companies or workplaces whose sectors are not excluded from PSBB rules and have violated the rules may be subject to temporary closure. However, if the company whose sectors are not excluded from PSBB rules but obtained operational permit from Industry Ministry, his side can only give warning, guidance, and make report of it.

"Regarding the sanctions, let the Industry Ministry to decide," he closed.

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