Security Code Of Conduct

Security Code Of Conduct

It is very important for us, PT. Manito World (Co. Ltd.), to provide a maximum service to our customers. One of the requirement enrolled by our Buyers, is Security Standard or Custom-Trade Partnership against Terrorism, or C-TPAT in short. This security standard is supply chain security standard or merchandise delivery from exporter country to the destination country. PT. Manito World would thrive that Supply Chain Security are well maintained, which certainly starts from the Supplier, PT. Manito World. We always give a full attention to cooperate with our principles and our suppliers in the matter of Supply Chain Security, in quantity, quality, or in security. This code of conduct consists of basic requirement for us to fulfill in order to establish a strong and secure supply chain security. Several basic security requirements are, as follow:

Physical Security

The whole building is built from materials that can prevent unwanted entry and protect the company or facility of disturbances coming from outside, such as:

  • Have a wall or a fence outermost adequate with razor wire on top of it.
  • All gates / doors and also windows companies have a key, or good locking mechanism (for the window could only be opened from the inside and also installed a trellis. The key is given to those who have to use the facility or specific areas. Hand-received key recorded and controlled ,
  • Separation of cargo items of high value and hazardous in Warehouse 2 with secure, locked or otherwise in a fenced area.
  • Provide facilities and outdoor lighting in the parking area.
  • Separation of the parking area between the parking area employees, visitors, and the parking area of the transport vehicle (Container, trucks and so on).
  • Have a communication system internal / external communication in place to contact internal security personnel or local law enforcement police.
  • CCTV and alarm system

Physical Access Control

Access control to prevent entry without permits or are not allowed to all the company’s facilities, maintain control of employees and visitors, and protect company assets. The company’s physical access control is done in several ways, namely:

  • Identify all employees, visitors and vendors.
  • Procedures to recognize and deal with suspicious activity performed by a person.
  • procedures for checking parcels, letters and inspection procedures during power outages

Security Procedure

Steps to handling incoming & outgoing goods should include protection against the introduction, or loss of foreign legal or illegal. Security controls include:

  • Having a designated security officer to supervise the introduction / removal of cargo.
  • Appointment items properly marked, weighed, counted and documented.
  • Procedures for container seal.
  • Procedures for detecting and pelaporam shortages and overages.
  • Procedures for recording security and timely delivery of goods.
  • Procedures container storage, container inspection
  • Procedures IT
  • Selection of a business partner.
  • The procedures for reporting and handling of the detected or suspected by the company then, security management, customs and police.
  • document control procedures.

Personnel Security

Companies must conduct document screening and interview prospective employees include periodic background checks and application verification.

Education and Training for Security Awareness

Awareness of safety should be disseminated to employees including internal conspiracies, maintaining the integrity of the product and determining and addressing unauthorized access. This program will encourage active employee participation in security controls.

Brand Protection

  • Prohibition of taking pictures without permission management
  • Restrictions and control access
  • Control access to customer information
  • Monitoring product storage
  • nondisclosure agreements made by employees

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