Analysis The Influence Of Safety Incentive And Safe Behavior In Improving Safety Performance At Lng Company Bontang East Borneo
Afwina Luthfanny Fathnin,Y. Denny Ardyanto W., M. Bagus Qomaruddin
Keywords : Liquid Natural Gas Company, Safety Incentive, Behavior Based Safety, Safety Performance, Bontang East Borneo
ABSTRACT: One of the largest LNG plants in the world located in Bontang East Borneo. As a form of commitment from top and middle management to prevent and reduce accidents in LNG Company continue to make improvements in all areas, one of which runs safety incentive programs. The aim of this study was to analysis the influence of safety incentive and safe behavior towards safety performance. This study uses a quantitative method with cross sectional. Population of this study were 947 workers uses Proportional Simple Random Sampling technique by the sample size were 90 workers. Data were collected by questionnaire. The results of the study showed (54.4 %) had levels of safety incentive a good understanding, (54.4%) of respondents have a good safe behavior based on the suitability of the use of PPE, the operation of the tool according to the SOP and (54.4%) has a good safety performance. Some variables safe behavior, safety incentive, knowledge about OHS (Occupational Health Safety), perception and motivation has significant influence on safety performance. Variables safety incentive, perception of the danger, and motivation has influence on safe behavior. The variable knowledge about OHS has not significant influence on safe behavior. The study showed the influence of safety incentive and safe behavior towards safety performance. Therefore, required increase safe behavior through training BBS (Behavior Based Safety).
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