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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289

Comparison Of Occupational Accident Compensa-tion According Status Quo Between East Java, Indonesia And Western Autralia

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Arie Arizandi Kurnianto, Tjipto Suwandi



Keywords: Occupational Accident; Compensation; Comparison.



ABSTRACT: Occupational safety and health is one of the important factors that can affect employees’ productivity. Risk of accidents and occupational diseases often occur because the occupational safety and health program is not performing properly which can have an impact on the level of employees’ productivity. The aims of the research were to analysis compensation of occupational accident based on Status quo and its comparison in between East Java, Indonesia and Western Australia. The research methodology selected for this occupational accident compensation investigation comprised a comprehensive literature review, primary data taken from social security company in Indonesia and national agency of occupational health and safety and compensation in Western Australia, a statistical analysis of the comparative data, and exploration of occupational accident management in Indonesia and in Western Australia. Based on data that analyzed will be resulted determination of feasible management point could enact to vary of occupational accident compensation in Indonesia.



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