22 Sep 2020
Batu Bara (28/8) - In order to support the handling of COVID-19, PT Indonesia Asahan Aluminium (Persero) or INALUM provided consumable medical supplies (BMHP) to the Batu Bara Regency Government through the Health Office and Batu Bara Hospital on Friday (28/8) in the hall of RSUD Batu Bara Regency, North Sumatra.
The handover of assistance which was a voluntary donation from INALUM employees was carried out by the Head of SPSI INALUM, Edi Mugiono accompanied by the Secretary of SPSI INALUM, Firman Usman to the Secretary of the Batu Bara Regency Health Office, dr. Deny Syahputra accompanied by the Director of Batu Bara Hospital, dr. Guruh Wahyu Nugraha and witnessed by the Head of Puskesmas in Batu Bara Regency.
"The consumable medical materials that we submit are a form of INALUM's social concern for health workers in Batu Bara Regency, where these officers are at the forefront of prevention and handling of the COVID-19 virus," said Edi Mugiono as Chair of SPSI INALUM on the occasion. the.
The distributed medical supplies consist of 2,000 pieces of Hazmat clothes, 2,000 pairs of cover shoes, 1,000 pairs of sterile gloves (pairs), 500 pcs of Google (safety glasses) and 200 medical masks. pcs.
"These items are contributions of INALUM employees, both from the Kuala Tanjung Smelter, and PLTA Paritohan. The contributions of all employees are coordinated by SPSI INALUM colleagues, "explained Edi.
Furthermore, the funds collected from the donations of INALUM employees, said Edi, almost reached Rp. 1 billion which was also distributed in the form of providing food packages to the community and consumable medical materials for health workers which were given to the Tebing Tinggi Pane Collection Hospital and Bhayangkara Hospital.
On the same occasion, the Director of Batu Bara Hospital, dr. Guruh Wahyu Nugraha is grateful for the help of a package of consumable medical materials from INALUM. "Hopefully this assistance can be useful for the medical team at RSUD and Puskesmas and increase the confidence and enthusiasm of medical personnel to work optimally in preventing COVID-19," he hoped.