Factors involved on Vessel Sanitation in Pangkalbalam harbor of Pangkalpinang 2005

Supriyadi Supriyadi, I Made Djaja, Haryoto Kusnoputranto

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The aim of this research was to assess the factor related to sanitation level at ship anchored in Pangkalbalam Harbor, Pangkalpinang. The design was crossectional study. The ship anchored in Pangkalbalam harbor in good sanitation level is 16,3 %, middle ship sanitation level is 18,5%, and bad ship sanitation level is almost 65.2%. This result showed that ship sanitation which anchor in Pangkalbalam harbor still low. Standard operating procedure (OR = 98,3), leadership of Captain (OR = 22,7) and time-used to improve ship sanitation (OR = 24,1) have great association to sanitation of ship anchored in Pangkalbalam Harbor. The most variable involved in improvement of ship sanitation is standard operating procedure variable with OR value is 21,01. From this result research is expected that every cargo ship anchored in Pangkalbalam port have a good standard operating procedure to guide crew how to manage ship sanitation. To control this standard operating procedure need supervising or routine observation from sanitation staff in port health office at Pangkalpinang.
Original languageEnglish
JournalMakara Journal of Health Research
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2006


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