For Its Excellent Safety Management System, TRAC Bus Is Awarded SMKPAU Certificate

One of TRAC’s services, Trac Bus, developed by PT United Automobil Sembilanpuluh Utama (UAS), has been certified by the Ministry of Transportation of Indonesia (Kemenhub).

The certificate was presented to the President Director of UAS, Halomoan Fischer, by the Director of Road Transportation Facilities at the Directorate-General of Land Transportation, represented by the Head of Safety Management Department, Heri Prabowo, at the Kemenub Building in Jakarta (19/01).

TRAC Bus was awarded with the certification due to its day-to-day implementation of excellent safety management, which fulfilled the requirements set by the Public Transportation Company Safety Management System (SMKPAU) standard.

SMKPAU itself is a safety management system (SMS) set out in Regulation of the Minister of Transportation Number 85 of 2018 concerning Safety Management System (SMS) of Public Transportation Company (PAU).

As a bus rental service provider, TRAC has been recognized for its satisfactory implementation of safety management in its business operations, minimizing the risk of road accidents. There are 10 types of SMKPAU requirements successfully met by TRAC Bus as a public transportation company:

  • Commitment and Policies,

  • Governance,

  • Risk and Hazard Management,

  • Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair,

  • Recordkeeping and Data,

  • Capacity Building,

  • Emergency Management,

  • Internal Reporting of Accidents,

  • Monitoring and Evaluation, and

  • Performance Measurement

“TRAC Bus continues its commitment to SMKPAU implementation, ensuring that our operations are in line with the laws and regulations. Road traffic safety also continues to be our responsibility, as demonstrated by a range of initiatives, such as cost leadership strategies and the ‘Indonesia, Let’s Keep Our Roads Safe’ campaign (Indonesia, Ayo Aman Berlalu Lintas)’”, expressed Halomon Fischer, who was joined by the Head of the Corporate General Affair, Social Responsibility, Health Safety Security and Environment (CGASRHSSE) Division, Happy Putro, and the UAS Branch Manager, Bill Edbert.