Analysis of the safety resilience implementation in the maritime industry at public and private companies (A case study in indonesia)

Zulkifli Djunaidi, Annisa Ayu Tantia, Mufti Wirawan

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Abstract

(1) Background: The resilience concept shows performance improvement in four potential aspects consisting of the ability to respond, provide anticipatory action, control things that occur internally and externally, as well as the learning process of what is going right and what is going wrong. This study aims to analyze the safety resilience implementation in the Indonesian maritime sector. (2) Method: This is a descriptive study using semi-quantitative methods, using interview guides based on the Resilience Assessment Grid (RAG). The sampling technique is purposive sampling. (3) Results: The level of implementation of safety resilience at the public company was 75.1%, while the private company was 70.2%. The score for each safety resilience element in the public and private companies are as follows: the ability to respond (80%), learning ability (74.62%), monitoring ability (70.77%), and the ability to anticipate (66.92%). (4) Conclusion: The safety resilience implementation in Indonesian sea transportation shipping has not been optimal in implementing the safety resilience concept. The focus of implementing safety is still on preventing and controlling accidents. The other orientation of ability improvement in the safety resilience concept has not been implemented.

Original languageEnglish
Article number56
JournalSafety
Volume7
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2021

Keywords

  • Maritime industry
  • Resilience assessment grid
  • Safety resilience

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