Fitriana Ulfah, Syarifah Miftahul El Jannah

Analysis of Potential Hazards Using the HIRADC Approach and Methods Job Safety Analysis on The Practical Process at The Department of Environmental Health

  • Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine

The Physics, Industrial Sanitation, and Occupational Safety Laboratory, also known to be the Health Department's Workshop Environment at the Ministry of Health Jakarta II Health Polytechnic, is part of the laboratory standards established through the Decree of the Minister of Health Number: HK.03.05/IV/14354.I/2010 concerning Health Personnel Education Laboratory Standards. To keep up with service standards or Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in a laboratory and follow the Occupational Health and Safety management system following PP No. 50 of 2012 concerning the Implementation of Occupational Safety and Health Management Systems, the supporting facilities and infrastructure therefore require more effective and efficient attention. The objective of this study is to implement the Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and the HIRADC method to evaluate potential health and safety hazards at the Jakarta II Health Polytechnic Workshop. The result based on analysis and discussion using the JSA approach of the risk level research at the Department of Environmental Health workshop showed that 11% had a high-risk level, 28% had a medium-risk level, and 61% had a low-risk level. The highest risk is in the practical work of making slabs and testing insecticides for open joints using fogging and insecticides. The control provided is based on a control hierarchy, and it entails providing enough complete PPE in accordance with the risk of hazard and supervising the use of PPE during preparation and until the practicum process is complete.

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