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International Journal of Public Health and Clinical Sciences (IJPHCS)
Open Access e-journal ISSN : 2289-7577


Dewangga Lazuardi, Y. Denny Ardyanto W., Tjipto Suwandi



Background: Site Operational Procedure (SOP) is a form of standard operating procedure applicable applied by PT. X. Initial review says, 70% of workers grinding maintenance contractor team in maintenance fabrication area do not implement SOP properly. Such behavior leads to workers at risk of working accidents. The purpose of this study was to identify individual factors, work factors, organizational factors and compliance of SOP Grinding Tools machine.

Materials and Methods: The design of this research is cross sectional and observational research. The respondents were 54 people with the inclusion criteria, physically fit, had never had an accident and willing to participate in research. The independent variables are individual factors (age, education, years of service, knowledge), occupational factors (supervision and availability of facilities) and organizational factors (communication and training). The dependent variable is the compliance of the Site Operational Procedure (SOP) of the Grinding Tools tool. Data collection techniques such as questionnaires, and observation. The analytical methods used include quantitative descriptive analysis.

Result: Found 27 (50%) of 54 respondents comply with SOP. Multiple logistic regression analysis showed that independent variables significantly influencing SOP compliance were education, knowledge and facilities (p <0,10).

Conclusion: Individual factors and occupational factors have a role for workers to comply with Machine Tool Grinding SOP was greater than organizational factors.

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