Disaster Alert Bag!
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The first preparedness that must be done is to know the mitigation steps for each type of disaster. You need to anticipate disasters by having the skills to evaluate situations quickly and take the initiative to protect yourself. You need to understand the dangers that lurk around the area where you live. Make a disaster anticipation plan with your family, and do joint exercises to implement the plan. This plan should include identifying assembly points, knowing important contact numbers, evacuation routes, and locations to turn off water, gas and electricity. In addition to understanding disaster mitigation, preparation that is no less important is preparing a Disaster Preparedness Bag (TSB). Disaster Alert Bag is a bag that must be prepared to anticipate the occurrence of disasters or other emergency conditions. Criteria for Disaster Preparedness Bags Disaster Preparedness Bags are our way to survive when aid has not arrived or is being evacuated to other places. Disaster Preparedness Bags must be made of water-resistant or waterproof materials. The contents of this bag are basic necessities for at least three days. In addition to food, drinks, medicines, clothes, flashlights, powerbanks, batteries, cash and masks, also prepare important documents such as ID cards, diplomas, birth certificates and other documentation in preparation if you have to leave the house immediately.
Avoiding The Dangers of Modifying Your Car
Car modifications come in all shapes and sizes but there remains a worrying trend that poor decisions are making the practice dangerous for some.
The worst thing that can happen is your car parts breaking down in the middle of driving. This can cause serious danger even to the vehicles around you. Modifications can interfere or disrupt the system.
Make a bed in the back seat. It’s perfectly legal to sleep in your car, as long as you stick to a couple of rules: You must be safely parked. In a crash, if you're not wearing a seat belt, could cause severe injury or death.
There are benefits to window tinting, tindow tint blocks harmful UV Ray. According to experts, 40% tint is an excellent option as it blocks the harsh glare, UV rays, and heat to make your driving experience safer. Dark window tints are a clear danger and illegal according to the law. (Article 277 Law No. 22 of 2009 concerning Road Traffic and Transportation, Republic of Indonesia).
What happens if your windows are too dark?
This reduces your visibility as you drive, especially at night or when it is raining; this will make it more dangerous for you to drive and could potentially result in an accident.
Vehicles that are modified without taking into account the Indonesian National Standard (SNI) have the potential to endanger the driver, passengers and other road users.
What is Insurance Policy?
Policy is an insurance term which means a contract or agreement between an insurance company and the insured. Insurance policy describes all the rights and obligations between the two parties. The insurance policy will be valid written evidence in the agreement made by the insurer and the insured.
With the existence of an insurance policy, both parties who enter into the insurance agreement will be bound and have their respective responsibilities as agreed from the start. Insurance policies are very important in the insurance service itself, because the policy will protect every right and obligation of the customer and the insurance company.
Claim Submission & Operational Working Hours Related to Work From Home
Taking into account the increasingly worrying development of covid 19, the management of Sahabat insurance feels the need to take the following policies:
- Work From Home & operational working hours for Sahabat Insurance employees:
- WFH (Work From Home) for all employees at the Jakarta head office from Monday 30 March 2020 to 03 April 2020.
- Adjusted operational working hours for the head office and all branch offices outside Jakarta to 09.30 – 15.30 local time.
- For filing and reporting claims, during the implementation of the WFH policy at the head office, the following policies are taken:
- Claim submissions will still be served on every working day with operating hours: 09.30 – 15.30 wib.
- Claim reports can be sent through the following means:
Email: [email protected]
Office Phone: 021 50508080
Claim Hot Line Number: 0811 1338 355
CS Claim Number: 0811 8678 355
Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
Friends of Insurance Management
Eid Al Fitr Holiday Announcement
Thank you for being our valued customer.
Following government regulation about National Holiday on Eid Al Fitr 1443 H
We will be closed from April 29 until May 6, 2022.
We will open on May 9, 2022.
Don’t worry! For claim and services please call
Sahabat Insurance Customer Care 021-50508080