Faculty of Public Health - Andalas University - OCS, 13th IEA SEA Meeting and ICPH - SDev

Font Size: 
CORRELATION BETWEEN THE ROLE OF SUPERVISOR AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (OHS) TRAINING ON ACCIDENTS HEAVY DUMP AT PT. PAMAPERSADA NUSANTARA, KCMB DISTRICT
Julian Dwi Saptadi

Last modified: 2018-08-23

Abstract


CORRELATION BETWEEN THE ROLE OF SUPERVISOR AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (OHS) TRAINING ON ACCIDENTS HEAVY DUMP AT PT. PAMAPERSADA NUSANTARA, KCMB DISTRICT

 

Julian Dwi Saptadi

 

Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Yogyakarta 

*Julian Dwi Saptadi, julian.saptadi@ikm.uad.ac.id, Phone: +62-8575-345-3577

 

 

Background

A working accident usually happened and caused of financial losses on the mining process of PT. Pamapersada Nusantara is a heavy dump truck accident in hauling process from front loading to disposal area, about 2 kilometers distance. Incident or accident happened cause of potential risk or hazard, such as speeding, sliced road surface, the unsafe distance between vehicles, avoiding traffic sign on hauling road, unsecure over taking

 

Materials and methods

Research method applied is observational analysis research, using a cross sectional design to find out the relationship between independent variables and the dependent variable, once observation or data collecting applied. The bivariance analysis applied to answer hypothesis, correlation between independent variables and dependent variable.

 

Results

Based on the results of data from 34 respondents as many 34 people, most of them received Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) training from the OHS department of PT. Pamapersada Nusantara KCMB regency is in a good group of 18 people (52.9%). The rest received enough training as many 15 people (44.1%) and less than 1 person (2.9%). Most consider the role of their supervisor as good 31 people (91.2%), the rest consider the role as sufficient in carrying out their duties, as much 3 people (8.8%). The result of correlation from Kendall Tau test on training diagnostics. The OHS variable has a significant value of 0.532 and a behavioral correlation of 0.107 with the incidence of damage while driving. These results indicate a positive correlation with OSH training with the occurrence of not having a significant correlation. The results of the hypothesis are rejected. For the role of supervisor has a significant value of 0,000 and a fact coefficient of 0.634. This shows the hypothesis is accepted that there is a significant correlation between the role and the incidence of driving accidents.

 

Conclusions:

There was no significant correlation between OHS training and the incidence of work accidents and there was a significant correlation between the role of supervisor and the incidence of work accidents at PT. Pamapersada Nusantara district of KCMB

 

Keywords: Mining, Training, Work Accident, Supervisor