Analysis Of Individual Factors With Unsafe Action Toward The Production Workers Of A Chemical Industry In Gresik Indonesia
Dita Amanda Deviani, Y. Denny Ardyanto W., Hari Basuki N.
Keywords : individual factor, unsafe action, work accident, chemical industry, production worker.
Abstract: The main factors cause work accidents are unsafe condition and unsafe action. The majority of work accidents of 85% are caused by human factors with unsafe action. This study aims to analyze the relationship of individual factors with unsafe action toward chemical production workers in Gresik, East Java. This study is observational with cross sectional design. The population is production workers with 69 people, sampling technique using simple random sampling, with 59 people as a sample. The data collected using an interview through out questionnaire, observation using checklist unsafe action observation and documentations. The data analyzed descriptively and inferential analysis using logistic regression. The results of study show that respondent with 24-31 years old and 32-39 years old did unsafe action low category compared with age respondent of ≥ 40 years old. Respondents who have a work period <5 years did unsafe action low category compared with respondents who have work period >10 years. There is a relationship of age and work period with unsafe action, based on the coefficient score B, variable of work period is the most influential independent variable toward dependent variable.
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