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The Determinant of The Slaughterhouse Workers’ Work Fatigue at The laughterhouse in Situbondo and Jember Rayi Siti Nurbaya; Hadi Prayitno; Isa Ma’rufi
Health Notions Vol 4, No 8 (2020): August
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (HNST)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33846/hn40803

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The factor causing work accident at the slaughterhouse is one of them, work fatigue. Work fatigue is influenced by internal and external factors, such as age, job tenure, sleep quality, and workload. This research aimed to analyze the determinant factor affecting work fatigue suffered by the workers of the slaughterhouse in Situbondo and Jember, such as age, job tenure, sleep quality, and workload. Also, an analysis was carried out to determine the main dominant factor affecting work fatigue of the slaughterhouse workers. The design of the research used analytic observational and cross-sectional research. The population consisted of 51 workers determined by using census sampling technique, in which all the population was used as the samples. The analysis techniques used were logistic regression. The result of the research revealed that there was an effect of age, job tenure, and workload on work fatigue. Meanwhile, no significant effect found in the sleep quality toward work fatigue. Age was the main dominant factor affecting work fatigue. Keywords: age; job tenure; sleep quality; workload; work fatigue
The Analysis of Flood Disaster Risk at Wonoasri Village, Tempurejo Sub-district, Jember District Erni Dianasari; Ancah Caesarina Novi Marchianti; Hadi Prayitno
Health Notions Vol 2, No 7 (2018): July
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A disaster is an event which causes an interference in a life and and livelihoods in a society. The flood disaster potential happened at Wonoasri village was caused by geographical location from Wonoasri village which is in the form of lowland and many formed lands that are concave. Thus almost each year, those places are experiencing flood. The flood is caused by the overflowing river at Sananrejo, Curahnongko and Mayang River which result in the occurrence of clogging due to sedimentation in some watersheds (referred as DAS in Indonesia). The aimed of this studied was to analyse the flood disaster risk at Wonoasri Village, Tempurejo Sub-District, Jember District. To did that, this studied used quantitative method and descriptive-analysis. The analysis of disaster risk was gained through weighing and disaster risk analysis matrix as well as interview and observations. Samples used in this present studied were 110 respondents. They were Wonoasri people consisting of Curahlele and Kraton area. The leveled of flood disaster risk at Wonoasri Village, Tempurejo Sub-District, Jember District was in the yellow zone meaning that it was placed in the moderate risk leveled with a scale of 2 so the hypothesis statement of flood disaster risk leveled at Wonoasri Village, Tempurejo Sub-District, Jember District. To collected the data, this studied used questionnaire which measured the average score of overall respondents. Disaster risk could be overcome by decreasing the leveled of vulnerability and by increasing community capacity through educating them about disaster handling done through the socialization held periodically for the society and all organizations related to the disaster risk countermeasure. Keywords: Disaster risk analysis, Flood
Health Impacts and Post-Flood Handling in Ijen District, Bondowoso Regency Meri Dwi Apriliyanti; Hadi Prayitno; Isa Ma’rufi
Health Notions Vol 6, No 5 (2022): May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33846/hn60502

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Bondowoso Regency is ranked 19 out of 29 regencies in East Java based on the mapping of disaster-prone areas. Rampant land clearing in Ijen District has resulted in flooding. The results of the preliminary study affected by the flood reached 503 people. The five most non-traumatic health problems are myalgia, hypertension, shortness of breath, gastritis and conjunctivitis. This study used a quantitative approach, the type of analytical research with a cross-sectional research design. The research was conducted in Sempol Village and Kalisat Village, carried out in August 2021. The population of this study was 101 respondents. The research sample was 81 respondents in 4 hamlets located in Ijen District and five respondents from the health task force, surveillance officers, BPBD officers, Sempol and Kalisat village nurses. The sampling technique used was proportional sampling. The variables studied included flood disasters, flood disaster management, health impacts including myalgic, hypertension, shortness of breath, gastritis, conjunctivitis. Collecting data using questionnaires and interviews. Data analysis with logistic regression test and partial least square. The results showed that there was no effect of flooding on the incidence of myalgic, hypertension, shortness of breath, gastritis and conjunctivitis caused by other factors such as psychological stress, excessive activity, and personal hygiene. Post-disaster management strategies were classified as good, policies related to mitigation were available and appropriate, community response and community cohesiveness in disaster management were classified as good.  Keywords: flood disaster; management; health impacts
Work Postural Analysis and Individual Characteristics with Musculoskeletal Disorder's Occurrance in Formal Sector Employees at PT Bumi Suksesindo Pesanggaran Banyuwangi Luluk Faridatul Mukaromah; Al Munawir; Hadi Prayitno
Health Notions Vol 3, No 5 (2019): May
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Musculoskeletal Disorders is a group of symptoms that affect the normal functions of the smooth tissue of the musculoskeletal system which accumulates continuously over a relatively long time which can be in a matter of days, months and years, depending on the severity of the trauma. Preliminary studies conducted by researchers at PT. Bumi Suksesindo Banyuwangi revealed that the prevalence using the Nordic Body Map questionnaire on 15 workers found that there were MSDs complaints both at work and at the time they finished working. PT.Bumi Suksesindo is one of the gold mining companies in Banyuwangi which 90% of the administrative staff at PT. Bumi Suksesindo works by using a computer with a sitting position and has individual characteristics in the form of gender, age, BMI, years of service, smoking habits and exercise habits. The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between work posture and individual characteristics (gender, age, years of service, smoking habits, and exercise habits) with the incidence of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in formal sector employees of PT. Bumi Suksesindo Pesanggaran Banyuwangi. This research was quantitative with analytic observational method with Cross Sectional design. The sample of this study was 45 formal sector employees at PT. Bumi Suksesindo Banyuwangi which were taken by using simple random sampling. Logistics regression was used to analyze the data. Based on the test results, there was a relationship of age (p-value: 0,000), BMI (p-value: 0,023) smoking habits (p-value: 0,003) and exercise habits (p-value: 0,000) on MSDS existence. Keywords: work postural; individual characteristic; musculoskeletal disorder’s
The Factors of Cronic Kidney Disease (CKD) on Public Transportation Drivers in Jember Regency Novita Firdaus; Hadi Prayitno; Isa Ma'rufi
Health Notions Vol 4, No 5 (2020): May
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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a condition where the kidneys cannot filter waste properly as indicated by the estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate (eGFR)
Gambaran Karakteristik, Pengetahuan, Dan Sikap Petani Pengguna Pestisida Di Kecamatan Pasirian Kabupaten Lumajang Fitri Dika Maharani; Erma Sulistyaningsih; Hadi Prayitno
Multidisciplinary Journal Vol 3 No 2 (2020): Desember 2020
Publisher : Pascasarjana Universitas Jember

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Improper use of pesticides can cause serious short-term or long-term health problems. The process of pesticides into the body is through the skin, respiration, mouth, and mucous membranes. The use of personal protective equipment (PPE) is an effort to maintain the safety and health of farmers in using pesticides. This study aims to describe the characteristics, knowledge, attitudes and relationships with the use of PPE in Pasirian District, Lumajang Regency. This type of research is a descriptive analysis using a cross-sectional quantitative approach. The sample size used was 100 farmers who were selected with predetermined criteria. Collecting data using a questionnaire. Data analysis used univariate with frequency distribution and bivariate with Spearman rank test. The results showed that most of the farmers (39%) aged 32-43 years, 39% had no primary school education, and 47% had experience as farmers for 5 years. Most of the farmers (50%) have good knowledge about pesticides and 62% have sufficient attitudes regarding the use of pesticides. Knowledge and attitudes related to the use of PPE with low and moderate levels of correlation. Key words: attitude, farmers, knowledge, pesticides
Pengaruh Masa Kerja, Lama Paparan Terhadap Gejala Gangguan Fungsi Paru Pada pekerja garment UD. Surabaya Kabupaten Jember (Studi di UD. Surabaya Kabupaten Jember) Mayang Sari Eka Sriwahyuningsih; Ancah Caesarina Novi Marchianti; Hadi Prayitno
Multidisciplinary Journal Vol 3 No 1 (2020): Juli 2020
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One of the vital organs in humans is the lungs. Disorders that occur in the lungs will make the body's metabolism unbalanced and can reduce the quality of the human body. Pulmonary function disorders do not only occur in developed countries but in developing countries such as Indonesia. Lung function disorders can be caused by occupations with high dust exposure such as the Garment Industry.The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of work tenure, length of exposure to symptoms of lung function disorders in garment workers in UD Surabaya, Jember Regency. The data used are primary data obtained from questionnaires of 108 worker respondents. The analysis tool uses regression of weight techniques using AMOS software. The results of instrument testing conclude that all variables are valid and reliable as data collection tools. The results of data analysis indicate that: 1) tenure has a positive effect on symptoms of lung function disorders in garment workers. 2) the length of exposure has a positive effect on symptoms of lung function disorders in garment workers. 3) Most of UD garment workers. Surabaya, Jember Regency has or is experiencing symptoms of lung function disorders in the form of coughing and chest tightness / breathing. Keywords: Lung function disorders, working period, length of exposure.
Pengaruh Pengetahuan dan Sikap terhadap Perilaku Penggunaan APD pada Buruh Tani Tembakau (Studi di PTPN X Kabupaten Jember) Nurina Aprilya; F.X. Ady Soesetijo; Hadi Prayitno
Multidisciplinary Journal Vol 3 No 2 (2020): Desember 2020
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The utilising of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is necessary in order to prevent both accident and workrelated illness among farmer, such as Green Tobacco Sickness (GTS) within tobacco farmer. The aim of this study was to understand the role of knowledge and attitude toward the PPE usage behavior. This was observational analytics study with cross sectional design. The participant of this study was 175 farmers. In addition, statistical analysis was performed by logistic regression through SPSS. This study found that the significant level of knowledge and attitude toward PPE usage behavior is 0.030 and 0.000, respectively. It indicated that there is correlation between both knowledge and attitude toward PPE usage behavior among farmer. Keyword: Knowledge, Attitude, PPE utilising behavior