KUALA LUMPUR: TNB Janamanjung Sdn Bhd (TNB Janamanjung) is the first power station in Malaysia to receive the Business Continuity Management ISO 22301:2012 certification.
The certification, recognised by the Malaysia Book of Records, is an extension to the Publicly Available Specification for Asset Management (PAS 55-1: 2008) received in 2013, said Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) in a statement here today.
The certification is the result of more organised, effective and systematic practices in respect of risk management, business impact analysis, efficiency in preparations for reviving of operations and reduction in interruption impact on operations.
“Training and implementation of these practices which began from April 2014 has enabled TNB Janamanjung to portray a more effective and comprehensive management of risk, crisis management and revival planning.” said TNB Janamanjung managing director, Shamsul Ahmad.
TNB Janamanjung is Malaysia largest power station and spread over 325 hectares, and has at present a capacity of 2,100 megawatts (MW).
From this month, the power station’s capacity will be enhanced to 3,100MW after the Manjung 4 power plant begins operations. -- BERNAMA