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Journal : International Journal Of Science, Technology

Assessment of Human Factors Causes of Occupational Risk in the Chemical Industry Using the Analytic Network Process (ANP) Method Patradhiani, Rurry Patradhiani; Maimana
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 6 (2021): November 2021
Publisher : Publisher Cv. Inara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i6.373


The development of the industry in Indonesia is inseparable from the analysis of the production process and identification of the risk of causing work accidents. In every production process in the chemical industry there are various risks that cause occupational accidents, the biggest cause of accidents comes from human factors. It required a priority assessment of workplace accidents influence on the human factor as the cause of the rising incidence of labor in the production process in the chemical industry with the method of Analytic Network Process (ANP) , of the assessment results using ANP method can be determined to set a risk management strategy causes of accidents. ANP method is done by determining goals, criteria, and sub criteria. In this case the criteria are the production process and the sub criteria are human factors that cause the risk of work accidents. Furthermore, the value of influence between criteria is determined, between criteria and sub criteria and between sub-criteria . The results obtained are the highest limiting values for criteria, namely the final product process and sub-criteria, namely human factors not using PPE . Strategies that can be taken to control risk is by giving reward and punishment, providing HSE training, as well as the management is partially responsible for HSE
Vibrating Floor Design For The Climate Room With Ergonomics Aspect and Safety Approach Rurry Patradhiani Patradhiani; Yasmin Yasmin; Lili Juliyanti
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 3 No. 4 (2022): July 2022
Publisher : Publisher Cv. Inara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.569


Vibration as a part of the physical work environment that can have an impact on increasing work productivity and health for workers, it is necessary to study the impact of exposure to the human body. The climate room is one of the learning facilities in the Ergonomics and Work System Design Laboratory of the Industrial Engineering Study Program. However, this climate room does not have a vibration simulation yet, so it is necessary to have a vibrating floor design that can simulate vibration as part of the conditions in the work environment. In designing the vibrating floor design, the ergonomics and safety aspects are considered by using the Ergonomic Function Deployment (EFD) method where the requirement attribute is derived from the ENASE aspect. From this research, it was found that the contribution value for each of the required attributes can be determined so that the order of priorities that must be met in the design of the vibrating floor design can be determined. The highest contribution value which shows priority 1 is 3.80 users are comfortable in operating the vibrating floor, in this case the vibrating floor design is based on the user's anthropometric data. For the lowest contribution value, namely 1.42 as priority 9, the vibrating floor treatment process is easy to do so that the target specification for the vibrating floor uses iron and painted plywood. From the design of the vibrating floor based on the attributes of the needs so that it can provide a real vibration simulation like industrial conditions Keywords: Vibration floor, Ergonomic and Safety, Ergonomic Function Deployment (EFD).