ANALYSIS OF RELATED FACTORS WITH A SUBJECTIVE COMPLAINT OF MUSCULO SKELETAL DISEASES (Part II) : CHARACTERISTICS AND RELATIONSHIP CHARACTERISTICS INDIVIDUAL FACTORS ON WORKERS INSURANCE OFFICE

Arif, Jauhari and Kuat, Prabowo and Arfia, Fridianti (2017) ANALYSIS OF RELATED FACTORS WITH A SUBJECTIVE COMPLAINT OF MUSCULO SKELETAL DISEASES (Part II) : CHARACTERISTICS AND RELATIONSHIP CHARACTERISTICS INDIVIDUAL FACTORS ON WORKERS INSURANCE OFFICE. In: THE 4 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HEALTH SCIENCE 2017 “The Optimalization of Adolescent Health in The Era of SDGs”, INNA GARUDA HOTEL YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA.

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Abstract

Occupational health is the right of every worker to be guaranteed by the business owner. Workers are free to choose the type of work so as to obtain fair and prosperous working conditions. In the scope of occupational health prosperous has a very broad meaning covers all aspects of life ranging from health, safety, tranquility, feasibility and comfort in work (PP No.50, 2012). One of the hazards of occupational health is the danger of ergonomics. The objective of the paper was to analyze factors related to subjective complaints of musculoskeletal disorder (MSDS) disease in insurance company workers. This research is a quantitative analytic research using cross sectional study design because in this research the data collection of dependent variable and independent variable is observed in the period of time together. The results showed that the description of characteristics of individual factors for the highest complaints at age 36-45 years (43.3%), male sex (66.7%) and have a working period > 3 (68.3%) years. The relationship characteristic of individual factors "correlated significantly" for the variable age and years of service, whereas for the gender variable "there was no significant relationship". Keywords: Subjective Complaints, Insurance Company Workers, Ergonomic Risk Factor

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences > School of Medicine
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Date Deposited: 04 Dec 2017 07:00
Last Modified: 04 Dec 2017 07:00
URI: http://eprints.poltekkesjogja.ac.id/id/eprint/313

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