PT L’Oreal Indonesia: Covid-19 solidarity action
1. Hand Sanitizer Donation
L’Oréal Indonesia’s plant located in Jababeka Industrial Estate has produced Garnier hand sanitizers since early April 2020 and will also produce another line of hand sanitizer under the brand L’Oréal Paris. The first production batch of 420,000 units will be given to essential and salon workers, online ojek drivers, journalists, and medical professionals who are working on the frontlines every day, as well as underprivileged women-headed households, donated through its business partners and NGOs such as Yayasan Dokter Peduli (DoctorSHARE), Yayasan PEKKA, and Jababeka Industrial Estate.
2. Donation of hygiene and personal care products
A total of 673,000 units of personal care products including face wash, shampoo, and moisturizer will be distributed through the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM), non-profit organizations such as DoctorSHARE and PEKKA, as well as though the Jababeka Industrial Estate where L’Oréal factory is located.
3. Providing grants for COVID-19 research in Indonesia
Research grant will be allocated to Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology to support research on the whole genome sequencing of COVID-19 in Indonesia. This research is an initial step toward the development of COVID-19 vaccine that is suitable for Indonesian people through data and sample collection from the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
4. Supporting salon business partners
As solidarity to our business partners, the company provides safety and hygiene training, support them to implement social commerce by selling retail product and distributes alcohol-based hand sanitizer. These efforts are aimed to help small and medium salon partners to revive their business post pandemic period.
5. Module and online class #safetogther
In order to ensure that all Group employees are aware of these new measures before they return to their workplace, L’Oréal has developed a dedicated e-learning program, #safetogether, Created in house and in record time, this module will help all employees understand and adopt the new measures that will protect them and their colleagues on a daily basis. In order to enable as many people as possible to benefit from this e-learning, L’Oréal has made a version of this module available for the general public via https://together.na.