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International Journal of Research in Medical Science

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part B (2024)

Workers' perception overview of the implementation process of construction safety management system (CSMS) in construction projects

Author(s):

Mohammad Afief, Hanifa Maher Denny and Dr. Daru Lestatyo

Abstract:

The number of workplace accidents in Indonesia still high. BPJS Employment recorded a total of 265,334 workplace accidents in Indonesia in 2022 [1]. To address this high level of workplace accidents, the government has mandated the implementation of the Construction Safety Management System (CSMS) in the construction sector. The success of safety management implementation in the workplace is influenced by workers' perception of the implementation of safety management. The purpose of this study was to describe the factors that form workers' perceptions on the implementation of construction safety management. This study employed qualitative testing, namely a systematic literature review using the PRISMA method. Based on this table, it shows that the successful implementation of safety management in the workplace is influenced by workers' perceptions of the implementation of safety management. Factors examined in the above article that have the potential to influence the formation of perceptions include knowledges, attitudes, and practices, as well as social support, unsafe behavior, motivation, OHS training, personal autonomy, situations for action, health information, health facilities, work environment conditions, and occupational safety management. Based on the literature review that has been conducted, the factors that form workers' perceptions of the process of implementing the Construction Safety Management System (CSMS) on construction projects include knowledges, attitudes, social support, organizational culture, safety culture, inspections, work accident investigations, promotion of occupational safety and health, completeness of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Work Protective Equipment provided, education level, worker behavior, occupational safety and health management system, feedback/feedback from suggestions given by workers/employees to company management, worker motivation, work rotation/work shifts, social environmental factors, health facilities and workload.

Pages: 86-94  |  111 Views  30 Downloads


International Journal of Research in Medical Science
How to cite this article:
Mohammad Afief, Hanifa Maher Denny and Dr. Daru Lestatyo. Workers' perception overview of the implementation process of construction safety management system (CSMS) in construction projects. Int. J. Res. Med. Sci. 2024;6(1):86-94. DOI: 10.33545/26648733.2024.v6.i1b.59