DSLNG participated in the Job Fair event organized by the Banggai Regency Government through the Manpower and Transmigration Office on 14-15 February 2023 at Graha Pemda Luwuk by presenting a booth that was enlivened by visitors looking for job opportunities. DSLNG participated in the event to open opportunities for the people of Banggai Regency who wish to join DSLNG. Until now, DSLNG, which has fourteen business partners at the DSLNG Plant, has absorbed seventy percent of local workers in Banggai Regency. In the Job Fair, DSLNG also promotes a registration system through a barcode scan system as part of education to reduce carbon footprints.
For the third time, DSLNG is again holding the Operator Program Apprenticeship (OPA), which provides space for local youth to learn to become world-class LNG operators. At the OPA 2023, 8 youths from Banggai Regency were selected from hundreds of applicants after undergoing a series of tests. In implementing the OPA 2023, DSLNG cooperates and collaborates with the Cepu Migas Human Resources Development Center (PPSDM), which is accredited and certified in conducting training, and is supported by adequate facilities and infrastructure. Later, the OPA participants will undergo training at PPSDM Migas Cepu for five weeks and continue with an internship at the DSLNG Plant in Uso Village, Batui District, Banggai Regency, until January 2024. From this program, participants are expected to be able to understand matters related to conducting safe production operations, controlling the gas supply system, controlling the production process in terms of separating LNG, LPG, and condensate fractions, controlling LNG and condensate storage, and loading them onto ships. Besides, they are also expected to understand the importance of teamwork and solving technical problems. It is hoped that the OPA program will positively impact the advancement of human resources in the Banggai region.
Empowerment is the key word in the implementation of DSLNG's CSR programs, with focus on human resources' capacity building