Pengembangan Alat Ukur dan Evaluasi Tingkat Kematangan Safety Culutre Pada Perusahaan Pertambangan di Indonesia (Studi Kasus: PT. Bukit Asam Tbk.)

Hamonangan, Muhammad Alif (2018) Pengembangan Alat Ukur dan Evaluasi Tingkat Kematangan Safety Culutre Pada Perusahaan Pertambangan di Indonesia (Studi Kasus: PT. Bukit Asam Tbk.). Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya.

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Abstract

Industri Pertambangan merupakan salah satu industri yang menyerap lapangan kerja terbesar di Indonesia. Akan tetapi, kecelakaan yang disebabkan pertumbuhan industri masih tinggi. Dalam beberapa kasus kecelakaan besar yang pernah terjadi, akar permasalahan yang menjadi penyebab kecelakaan adalah buruknya safety culture. Sampai saat ini, belum ada parameter pengukuran tingkat kematangan safety culture yang spesifik untuk industri pertambangan sehingga dilakukan penyusunan alat ukur tingkat kematangan safety culture yang mengikuti ciri industri pertambangan. Parameter pengukuran safety culture harus meliputi aspek psikologis, perilaku, dan situasional. Pembentukan alat ukur menyesuaikan kondisi pengelolaan K3 dan perudang-undangan yang digunakan di salah satu perusahaan pertambangan di Indonesia yaitu PT. Bukit Asam Tbk. Dengan melakukan penilaian menggunakan kuesioner ini, diidapatkan nilai tingkat kematangan safety culture PT. Bukit Asam berada pada level 4 yaitu proactive. Hasil ini menunjukan bahwa kesadaran akan keselamatan dan kesehatan kerja sudah menyeluruh pada seluruh level jabatan. Akan tetapi, berdasarkan hasil pareto, terdapat beberapa perbaikan yang perlu dilakukan perusahaan antara lain peningkatan sistem pengelolaan informasi K3, peningkatan sistem hukuman untuk memperbaiki kepekaan terhadap keselamatan kerja, penambahan atribut penilaian K3 dalam penilaian individu karyawan, serta peningkatan kualitas analisa insiden dan kecelakaan. ============================================================================================================= Mining industry is one of the industries that absorb the largest employment in Indonesia. However, accidents caused by industrial growth are still high. In some cases of major accidents, the root cause of accidents is caused by poor safety culture. Until now, there has been no measurement parameter of safety culture maturity level that specific for the mining industry. So that, this research focus on develop the measurement of the safety culture maturity level of that follows the mining industry characteristic. Safety culture measurement parameters should include psychological, behavioral, and situational aspects. Establishment of this measurment tools is adjust by the condition of OSH management and the legislation that used in one of biggest mining companies in Indonesia, PT. Bukit Asam Tbk. By doing the assessment using this questionnaire, the value of safety culture maturity level of culture of PT. Bukit Asam is at level 4 that is proactive. These results show that awareness of occupational safety and health has been thorough at all levels. However, based on the pareto results, there are several improvements for company are as follows, improvement of information management system on OSH, improvement of punishment system to improve safety awareness, addition of OSH attirbute in individual employee assessment, and improvement of quality of incident also accident analysis.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSI 620.86 Ham p-1 3100018078589
Uncontrolled Keywords: Kesehatan dan Keselamatan Kerja, Safety Culture, Tingkat Kematangan, Industri Pertambangan, Occupational Health and Safety, Safety Culture, Maturity Level, Mining Industry
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General) > T55 Industrial Safety
Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Industrial Engineering > 26201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: Muhammad Alif Hamonangan
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2018 07:27
Last Modified: 13 Oct 2020 01:52
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/53295

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