Particularly the safety of sea transportation must meet at least 2 decent criterias, namely seaworthiness and cargoworthiness. During the period 2009 - 2019 there were more than 90 accident cases have been recorded (NTSC, 2020). The types of accidents that occur are sinking (31%), aground (5%), collisions (30%), on fires (32%) and other types of accidents (5%). Ship accidents that occurred in Indonesia shows that the application of regulations relating to the security and safety of sea transportation still need to be given a greater portion in terms of their application and supervision. This research is focused on the study of the safety of pioneer ship with cargo-passanger ship types. Formal safety assessment (FSA) according to the International Maritime Organization standard is used as a method for this study, FSA was developed as a safety planning guide in the maritime field which aims to reduce risks in operations, while enhancing shipping safety, includes protection of life, health, the marine environment, and property. Research using expert judgment techniques with questionnaires. Risk analysis using Fault Tree Analysis method. Ship on fire and sinking are used as a top event. Calculation of minimum cut set on FTA is done using FTA software. In this study identified several risk control options that will be used in an effort to reduce the risk of ship on fire and sinking, by looking at the risk reduction index (ΔR), after which the cost of each Risk Control Option (RCO) is calculated to get the Gross of cost averting effectiveness index fatality (GCAF) and Net of cost averting fatality (NCAF) in order to know whether the RCO option has provided benefits in terms of benefits and costs incurred. Recommendations are submitted by looking at the most optimal cost and benefit options.
|Journal||IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Sep 2020|
|Event||2nd Maritime Safety International Conference, MASTIC 2020 - Surabaya, Indonesia|
Duration: 18 Jul 2020 → …