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Home»Newswire»PT Coates Hire Indonesia Launches the Take 5 Program as Its Commitment to Safety on Its 25th Anniversary

PT Coates Hire Indonesia Launches the Take 5 Program as Its Commitment to Safety on Its 25th Anniversary

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BALIKPAPAN, Indonesia, April 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Today, PT Coates Hire Indonesia and its partner company PT Coates Service Indonesia (collaboratively "Coates Indonesia") marked their 25th year in Indonesia. Coates Indonesia has extensive experience in servicing the mining, oil and gas industries, as well as segmented construction industries. Some big names like Schlumberger, Halliburton, Petrosea, Leighton/Thiess and KPC Coal Mining and Energy, have trusted their equipment services in Coates Indonesia.

At the 25th Anniversary celebration, James Naylor, Coates Hire's Executive General Manager – West, said: "These 25 years were achieved through dedication and hard work of our employees, and the support from our partners, suppliers and customers. We believe our growth and expansion in this market will continue through greater efficiencies and effectiveness combined with our service quality."

"Managing employee safety is our top priority. While we treat our employees as the greatest asset in the company, safety itself is Coates Indonesia's core value in our workforce. In Coates Indonesia, we always put quality service and safety first as our strategy to success," emphasized Stuart Wesley Brown, President Director of Coates Indonesia.

Along with the 25 years' existence in Indonesia, Coates Indonesia has just launched the Take 5 program as its commitment to safety. The program provides a risk assessment card that is used as a quick hazard analysis, with an aim to improve safety behavior and job risk management among Coates Indonesia's employees and contractors. With the Take 5 program, Coates Indonesia intends to be a role model for Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) implementation, especially in mining and oil & gas as these are its core business industries in Indonesia.

Throughout Coates Indonesia's history, the company takes great pride in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), such as supporting local orphanage for toilet and watering system, donating equipment for local technical colleges' practical training studies and generators for hospital at Lombok, offering internships and work opportunities for school leavers, participating in community anti-drugs campaigns, and supporting community beach cleanup programs in Balikpapan.

Coates Indonesia will keep on its business expansion with new strategies, including the extension to the infrastructure industry this year. It will also continue its efforts in local community projects.

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