KORELASI IKLIM KERJA DENGAN TINGKAT KECUKUPAN AIR MINUM YANG DIKONSUMSI TENAGA KERJA BAGIAN FILLING PT. ACIDATAMA, TBK. KEMIRI, KEBAKKRAMAT, KARANGANYAR

Asfiana, Sella Ardiyanti Nur and Harninto, Harninto and Rinawati, Seviana (2013) KORELASI IKLIM KERJA DENGAN TINGKAT KECUKUPAN AIR MINUM YANG DIKONSUMSI TENAGA KERJA BAGIAN FILLING PT. ACIDATAMA, TBK. KEMIRI, KEBAKKRAMAT, KARANGANYAR. Other thesis, UNIVERSITAS SEBELAS MARET.

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    KORELASI IKLIM KERJA DENGAN TINGKAT KECUKUPAN AIR MINUM YANG DIKONSUMSI TENAGA KERJA BAGIAN FILLING PT. INDO ACIDATAMA, Tbk. KEMIRI, KEBAKRAMAT, KARANGANYAR Sella Ardiyanti1, Harninto, dan Seviana Rinawati Tujuan: Untuk mengetahui korelasi iklim kerja dengan tingkat kecukupan air minum yang dikonsumsi tenaga kerja bagian Filling PT Indo Acidatama, Tbk. Kemiri, Kebakramat, Karanganyar. Metode: Penelitian ini dilaksanakan metode observasi analitik menggunakan pendekatan cross sectional. Populasi yang digunakan adalah tenaga kerja bagian Filling PT. Indo Acidatama, Tbk. Kemiri, Kebakkramat, Karanganyar sebanyak 20 orang dengan teknik total sampling. Dengan variabel bebas iklim kerja dan varibel terikat tingkat kecukupan air minum. Area Heat Stress Monitor merk Questempo10 untuk mengukur Iklim Kerja, melakukan wawancara serta kuesioner dan pengamatan langsung kepada responden penelitian. Teknik pengolahan dan analisis data dilakukan dengan uji statistik Corelation Pearson Product Moment dengan menggunakan program komputer SPSS versi 16. Hasil: Berdasarkan hasil analisis dengan uji Corelation Pearson Product Moment, ternyata terdapat hubungan yang signifikan antara iklim kerja dengan tingkat kecukupan air minum sebesar 0,016 (p < 0,05) atau rhitung = 0,531 berarti terdapat hubungan positif yang mempunyai tingkatan hubungan kuat antara iklim kerja dengan tingkat kecukupan air minum. Simpulan: Ada korelasi antara Iklim Kerja dengan Tingkat Kecukupan Air Minum di bagian Filling PT Indo Acidatama, Tbk. Kemiri, Kebakramat, Karanganyar. Kata kunci: kecukupan air minum, iklim kerja CORRELATION BETWEEN CLIMATE OF WORKPLACE WITH SUFFICIENCY LEVELS OF DRINKING WATER CONSUMED LABOR IN THE FILLING PT. INDO ACIDATAMA, Tbk. KEMIRI, KEBAKRAMAT, KARANGANYAR Sella Ardiyanti1, Harninto, and Seviana Rinawati Objective: To determine the correlation between climate of workplace with sufficient levels of drinking water consumed labor in the Filling PT Indo Acidatama, Tbk. Kemiri, Kebakramat, Karanganyar. Methods: This study was conducted using the method of analytic observational with cross-sectional approach. The population is labor in Filling of PT. Indo Acidatama, Tbk. Kemiri, Kebakkramat, Karanganyar many as 20 people with a total sampling technique. Independent variables is climate of workplace and dependent variables is sufficient levels of drinking. Area Heat Stress Heat Stress Monitor brands Questempo10 to measure Climate of Work, conduct interviews, questionnaires and direct observation to study respondents. Processing techniques and data analysis conducted by the statistical test Correlation Pearson Product Moment by using computer program SPSS version 16. Results: The result of analysis with Pearson Product Moment Correlation test, correlation between Climate of workplace with Drink Sufficiency known that the Sig. of 0.016 (p <0.05) or rcalculated = 0.531 means there are positive relationships that have a strong relationship between the level of climate work with sufficient levels of drinking water. Conclusion: There is a correlation between the Climate of workplace with Drink Sufficiency in the Filling PT Indo Acidatama, Tbk. Kemiri, Kebakramat, Karanganyar. Keywords: sufficiency of drinking water, work climate

    Item Type: Thesis (Other)
    Subjects: R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine > RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
    Divisions: Fakultas Kedokteran > D3 - Hiperkes dan Keselamatan Kerja
    Depositing User: Satria Nur Fauzi
    Date Deposited: 18 Apr 2014 23:05
    Last Modified: 18 Apr 2014 23:05
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/12083

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