Sarawak Energy Recognised at CMEA and NIOSH Events

KUCHING, 19 DECEMBER 2018, WEDNESDAY: Sarawak Energy’s commitment to environmental management and occupational health and safety at the workplace was recognised at state and national level awards ceremonies in December.

Sarawak Energy received five awards altogether from the 8th Sarawak Chief Minister Environmental Award (CMEA) presentation ceremony and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) 25th Anniversary dinner. 

At the CMEA held in Kuching on 12 December, the Murum Hydroelectric Plant and Batang Ai Hydroelectric Plant were presented with a Gold Award each under the Large Enterprise Category in the Mining and Resource Extraction sector.

Another Gold Award was presented to Mukah Coal Power Plant while Sejingkat Coal Power Plant received a Merit Award. Both awards were under the Large Enterprise Category in the Manufacturing Sector.

Sarawak Energy was also presented with an Appreciation Award by NIOSH in recognition for emphasising the importance of occupational health and safety at the workplace and project sites as well as contribution towards Health, Safety and Environment Excellence. The award which was presented at NIOSH’s Silver Jubilee celebration dinner held in Selangor on 7 December, 2018, was also for Sarawak Energy’s contribution to NIOSH.

Group Chief Operating Officer Lu Yew Hung (third left) receiving the award for Mukah Coal Power Plant from Assistant Minister of Urban Planning, Land Administration and Environment Datu Len Talif Salleh (second left) at the Chief Minister Environment Award.

Sarawak Energy team posing for group photograph with all the four awards received at CMEA.

Human Resources Minister M Kula Segaran presented NIOSH Appreciation Award to Sarawak Energy Senior Manager for Health, Safety, Security and Environment Effendy Syaiful Abdullah (third left).