At NTPM, we celebrate the spirit of caring about our employees’ welfare, the community around us, the society at large and the environment.
Health & Safety
NTPM is committed to continuous improvement in fostering health and safety of employees and contractors within our sites. Work or non-work related injuries and accidents are reported at all operational facilities.
At NTPM, we practice the Health & Safety policy, in good compliance to OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) that outlines our safety measures.
With the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) certification, NTPM strives further to offers its employee a clean and healthy working environment to its employees.
NTPM is committed to fostering good relations among the employees.
NTPM embraces the principles of equal employment opportunity for all races and strives to provide a working environment that is free from any forms of discrimination. NTPM abides to the labour and employment law wherever it operates.
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NTPM is committed to be a constructive contributor to the communities.
It has been NTPM culture in contributing constructively to the community. All these years, we have been actively participating in nationwide governmental programs and non-governmental programs.
Some examples of the areas in which NTPM is committed to be a corporate social responsible company as below:-
“Hayatilah Rukun Negara”
In conjunction with the National Day celebration, NTPM partners with the Ministry of Information, Malaysia in launching the PREMIER Rukun Negara box tissue. A specially design PREMIER facial box tissues packaging that carries the Malaysian "songket" fabric is launched in the consumer market.
This event was launched by YB Dato Seri Chia Kwang Chye, Deputy Minister of Information, Malaysia, with the aim of inspiring the spirit of patriotisms among Malaysians.
In conjunction with this event, some of the major activities held are the 'Patriotic Song Writing Competition' and in association with the local radio station an open air concert where famous Malaysian artistes were present to make the event a successful one.
Education Talks – Feminine Health
Considering the importance of feminine health awareness, over the years, NTPM has conducted more than 300 sessions of educational talks on feminine hygiene and health in both primary and secondary schools nationwide.
Targeting at teenagers, these educational programs are specially designed with relevant contents on health and hygiene practices at puberty stage.
Interested in hosting an educational talk in your school? Do write to firstname.lastname@example.org