Banyuwangi – Husky-CNOOC Madura Limited (HCML) has conducted HSSE Goes to School at SMAN 1 Giri, Banyuwangi on March 6, 2024. This event is evidence of HCML’s concern for safety, health and environmental education among students. On this occasion, HCML focused on two important aspects of Health, Safety, Security, and Environment (HSSE), which is Safety and Health.

The event began with the presentation of the Safety Campaign, especially the presentation of natural disaster mitigation and early warning. The material presented was not only knowledge-based, but encouraged students to be proactive and responsive to emergency situations that might occur in the school area.

Furthermore, the Health Campaign session focused on the serious issue of the dangers of smoking among students. HCML provides students with an understanding of the dangers and risks of cigarette consumption. This can happen because teenagers tend to have more curiosity and great environmental influence. Through this session, it is hoped that students can change their perception of cigarette consumption and build awareness of the impact of smoking on health and the surrounding environment.

Meanwhile, there were sessions on Basic Fire Fighting Practice and First Aid CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).

Basic Fire Fighting is aimed at providing practical knowledge on how to extinguish fires with traditional tools, namely by using gunny sacks. Through this training, students are expected to be able to overcome fires at home or other places that are minimal with Light Fire Extinguishers (APAR) with traditional methods.

The importance of first aid was also implemented with First Aid CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) training. The purpose of this training is to provide students with the skills to reduce the effects of injury, smallpox, and even death when accidents occur in the surrounding environment.

“HSSE Goes to School organized by HCML is expected to have a positive impact on students’ knowledge and attitudes about safety, health and the environment that are useful for their daily lives,” said HCML HSSE Manager, Rockyanto Sasabone.***