Health & safety

At Coca-Cola Amatil, we believe all injuries are preventable, and that our goal of Zero Harm is achievable.

Achieving this requires unwavering commitment from leaders, employees and contractors who come to work at Coca-Cola Amatil.

Our Safety Guiding Principles outline the meaning of zero injuries and demonstrate Amatil's commitment to driving safety for all employees and contractors, one day at a time. Speak up if you notice someone working in an unsafe way or observe an unsafe work practice.

Our Guiding Principles: 

  • We believe that all injuries and occupational diseases are preventable.
  • We display proactive safety leadership.
  • There is no task so urgent and no service so important that we cannot take the time to do it safely.
  • We are accountable for our own actions and for the safety of each other.
  • We are responsible for identifying and correcting At-Risk behaviours and unsafe conditions.
  • We will promote and celebrate excellence in Health, Safety and Wellbeing.
  • Our commitment to safety extends beyond work to family, friends and communities.

The priority to manage Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) is equally important with other CCAI’s business activities. All individuals are expected to contribute in creating safe workplace, as well as safe working behaviors. We strive to continually improve OHS performance and commitment by ensuring compliance to relevant legislation and adherence to Coca-Cola Amatil's OHS standards.

Our people

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As a leading beverage company that upholds the best service for each customer, Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia (Amatil Indonesia) has made another achievement by winning 5 awards at the Contact Center World Top Ranking Performers 2020 - Asia Pacific Region (or abbreviated as CCW Asia Pacific Awards 2020) which will be held virtually on November 5, 2020.

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Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia (CCAI) Semarang, Central Java received Zero Accident Awards 2000 from the Indonesian Ministry of Manpower, Thursday, October 8, 2020.

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Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia initiated the Bali Beach Clean-up program in 2007.