Factors Related to Behavior of APD Use in Welding Part II TAMBUN II

    Ahmad Irfandi ,Raden Bayu Praditya Astono ,Decy Situngkir
    Keywords: PPE Usage Behavior, supervision, old employees ,

    Abstract

    Abstract
    Behavior is an act or behavior of someone who can be observed and can even be learned. The purpose
    of this study was to determine the factors associated with the behavior of the use of personal protective
    equipment (PPE) on welding workers of PT Suzuki Indomobil Motor Tambun II in 2019. The sampling
    technique was randomly according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria, the research design applied
    was quantitative with the Cross-Sectional approach. This research was conducted in the Welding Section
    of PT Suzuki Indomobil Motor Tambun II with a sample of 84 workers. Random sampling technique. The
    analysis used chi square statistical test with 95% CI (╬▒ = 0.05). The results showed that there was no
    relationship between years of service (p = 0.789, PR = 1.073), attitudes (p = 0.206, PR = 1,173) with the
    behavior of using PPE. On the other hand, research showed a relationship between knowledge (p = 0.002,
    PR = 1.538), supervision (p = 0.001, PR = 1.875) with PPE usage behavior. This research suggests PT Suzuki
    Motorized Tambun II motorbike intervenes by means of training employees more than 10 years later to
    make improvements in supervision and in sanctions for employees who violate

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