Indonesia is a developing country that has been doing improvements and development. The development programs in Indonesia have brought rapid progress in all areas, namely industry sector, services, proportion, mining, transportation and others. But, behind every positive progress, there is always the negative impact. Disaster like accidents, pollution and occupational diseases have happened and made thousands of people injured every year. This condition is caused by lack of adequate risk management, and lack of concern about the implementation of Occupational Safety and Occupational Health (K3). The development progress has not been followed by the increase in awareness of company related to hygiene and occupational health. So the hazards and risks keep increasing .
Occupational accidents are every unplanned, uncontrolled and undesired events occurring due to work or at workplace. Occupational accidents and Occupational illness had killed and took more victims than world wars. A research conducted by the International Labor Organization (ILO) in 2003 concluded that an average of 6.000 people died every day, equivalent to one person every 15 seconds, or 2.2 million people per year, due to illness or accidents related to their work. The number of men who died was twice more than women, because they were more likely to do dangerous work. Overall, occupational accidents have killed more than 350.000 people. The rest died due to illness suffered in work such as dismantling toxic chemicals and other diseases .
In Indonesia, the number of occupational accidents has been still very high. Data from PT Jamsostek (National Insurance for Workers) in 2009 showed that out of a total of 8.44 million active people registered as Jamsostek participants, there were 96.697 occupational injuries and occupational diseases, of which 3.1% were fatal and 12.7% such as permanent disability. The amount of compensation to be paid in the year was least IDR 328.510.754.184. While in West Sumatra, the number of occupational accidents reported by PT Jamsostek was 892 cases in 2009, 804 cases in 2010, 837 cases in 2011, 702 cases in 2012 and as many as 451 cases in 2013 .
Indonesian Primary Law (UUD) no. 13 year 2003 about Employment, Article 86 paragraph (1), stipulates that every worker is entitled to protection of occupational safety and health and morals, treatment in accordance with human dignity values and religious values. Then in paragraph (2), it is stated that to keep the workers safety in order to increase the optimal work productivity, there must be occupational safety and health efforts conducted. Furthermore, article of 190 also provides for Administrative Sanctions for breach of this provision .
According to the Joint Commission between the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) in 1995, the defenition of Occupational Health is an effort to maintain and improve the physical, mental and social well-being of all the workers at the highest level. To prevent health problems caused by work conditions; to protect workers from risk factors of occupational health, and to maintenance the workers in a work environment adjusted to their physiological and psychological capabilities, and concluded as human adaptation of work and every human being to their work. Therefore, various efforts are needed to manage risk properly through risk management approach .
Risk management is very important for the continuity of a business or activity. Risk management is a tool to protect companies from any adverse possibility. Without risk management, the company deals with uncertainty. It can not know what hazards can be occured in the organization or company and what preparation efforts that needed. Companies that implement risk management will be gaining many benefits, such as ensuring business continuity, reducing the cost of mitigation, generating a sense of security among shareholders about the viability of their investments, increasing awareness of each company's elements about risks, increasing employment and production effectiveness, as well as prevailing laws. One of the most popular tools and widely used tools to analyze the hazards in the workplace is called Job Safety Analysis (JSA) .
PT. P & P Lembah Karet Padang is one of the national private companies that produce and process crude rubber into crumb rubber and SIR 20. Its is the largest rubber factory in Padang City with total production of rubber SIR 20 reaches 24.000 tons per year. The number of workers are more than 308 people, spreaded across 26 parts of both daily and monthly shifts .
However, like every industry, there will always be consequences to bear behind every achievement. Based on existing data in PT. P & P Lembah Karet Padang, during January 2008 to May 2015, there were 96 cases of work accidents that had occurred and had caused the defects and injuries, where the most occurred in five sections, including in the Timbang section, the Gilingan section, in CR Section, in Press Section and in the Lory Wash section. While the rest spreaded in the workshop section, packing section, oven section, engineering section, machinery section, construction section and other sections. 
Until 2015, PT. P & P Lembah Karet Padang does not has a general Occupational Safety Expert in the company yet. The company also does not has ISO 14001 Certification (Management System standardization of Environmental Health) and OHSAS 18001 Certification (Management System Standardization of Occupational Health). Although it has ISO 9001 Certification (Quality Management Standardization) and has established some basic safety policies at work like the use of simple Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as the use of protective helmets or work boots, the rate of occupational accidents reflects the fact that potential hazards and risks accident at PT. P & P Lembah Karet Padang is still quite high and needs to be reviewed again, so that the appropriate solution efforts can be found, which will resulted to lower the number of occupational accidents. Or if necessary, to achieve Zero Accidents as the goal of implementation of health and safety policy. So, the company's losses due to accidents can be reduced, work effectiveness can be increased and company productivity will be increased. Based on the data and elaboration above, the researcher is interested to find out how the real risk condition in PT. P & P Lembah Karet Padang by Job Safety Analysis (JSA) method .
This research is a quantitative research with descriptive form. The study was conducted from June to September in the five sections that had the highest rates of accident and recurrence, namely the Timbang Section, Gilingan Section, Press Section, CR Section and Lory Wash Section. Primary data were obtained from field observation, while secondary data were obtained by company archive. The data analyzed using Job Safety analysis (JSA) method which consisted of 3 stages, namely hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control recommendation.
The result of hazard identification and risk assessment in the Timbang section described in Table 1 showed that there was still one phase of work that had a high risk but with minimal control, namely the job of lowering the raw material from the truck by using a Gancu. Gancu is used as a tool to take raw materials because the rubber material piled on the truck is sticky and stick each others, so it is more easily separated by using a sharp and pointed tool like gancu.
The result of occupational hazard identification and risk assessment in the Gilingan section illustrated in table 2 shows that there are still two phases of work that have high risk with minimal control, namely the work of moving raw materials from the pile to the washers by using gancu and inserting raw materials into the machine of enumeration.
At the enumeration phasee, workers who insert raw materials into the machine do not use any tools at all and directly use their hands. This poses a risk once the hand can accidentally be offended or inserted into the operating machine.
The hazard identification results as well as the risk assessment in CR section illustrated in table 3 show that there is no high occupational risk in the section. However, there are still moderate risks that also require control measures such as the possibility of developing respiratory diseases that threaten workers who move down the rubber blanket from the drying warehouses due to dust and flying smoke. In addition, it is also still has the risk of injured hands or feet when adjusting the size of the blanket material to be inserted into the weakening machine.
The results of occupational hazard identification and risk assessment in the Press section shown in table 4 indicate that there are two phases of work that are at high risk because they can cause permanent injury and has high chance to beoccured, especially on works involving the use of gancu and large knives that used for cutting blanket, and also to take it out of the oven and blower machine. The knife can cut the finger or the arm if the worker is not careful.
The result of occupational hazard identification and risk assessment in the Lory Wash section illustrated in Table 5 indicates that the only potential risk in this section is the slippery floor and the presence of Fire soda used as a rubber-cleaning material attached to Lory. Fire soda can cause various health problems such as burns, dizziness, pain, eye pain, even if exposed in the long term can lead to blindness.
The risk in the Timbang section is one of the highest risks in PT. P & P Lembah Karet Padang. Because, based on occupational accident data in the factory, it is known that the incidence of occupational accidents in this section is very frequent and result in significant impact for workers such as injured, temporary disability or permanent disability. Cases like "Feet or arms exposed" or "Foot or hand cut wounded knife" can not be eliminated and always repeated almost every year.
The Company should undertake a serious control effort to address the risks involved in this section immediately. Forms of efforts that have been applied previously have not been effective enough to prevent the existed risks. The recommended advanced control measures as indicated by table 1 may be considered by the company to be implemented.
Risk in the Gilingan Section is also one of the highest risks in PT. P & P Lembah Karet Padang. Because, based on occupational accident data in the factory, it is known that the number of incidents of occupational accidents in this section is higher when compared to other sections, and resulted in significant impact for workers, such as injured, temporary disability or permanent disability. Cases like "Feet or hand exposed to iron" or "Foot or hand pinched / hit by cart" can not be eliminated and almost always repeat every year. Other incidents such as "Hand torn wounds hit by the mill" are dangers that can cause lifelong disability, or even worse cause the death.
The Company should undertake a serious control effort to prevent the risks in this section immediately. Efforts that have been implemented previously have not been effective enough to solve the danger and existed risks. The recommended advanced control measures as indicated by table 2 may be considered by the company to be implemented.
In the CR section, there is no high risk. However, in that section, there is still a medium risk that also needs to be controlled. The company still need to make efforts to overcome these risks in order to increase the health status of the workers. The hazards in this section can be solved by efforts to provide PPE like masks and boots for workers as shown in table 3.
In the press section, there are two phases of work that have a high risk because it can cause permanent injury and have a high possibility to occur, especially works that involving the use of a gancu and a large knife used to slice the blanket so that came out of the oven and blower. The knife can cut the finger or the arm if the worker is not careful.
The Company shall take immediate control measures to reduce or eliminate risks in that section. For example by providing an automatic cutting machine, as well as with an automatic packaging machine. If not possible, the company may provide security equipment for workers such as hand / elbow or other protective equipment as shown in table 4.
The press section is one of the vital section in the production process, where the final process rubber would be weighed and packed in this section. If the disturbance in that section continues, it will disrupt the packaging process and reduce the daily production amount.
The only danger that threatens in the Lory Wash section is the slippery floor and the presence of Fire soda which is used as a rubber cleaning material that sticks to Lory. Fire soda can cause various health problems such as burns, dizziness, pain, eye pain and even blindness.
The company should provide more modern lory equipment such as automatic lory washers. If not possible, the company may provide safety clothing that isolates the fire soda, so it will not be exposed to the worker while washing the lory. The recommended control effort shown in table 5.
Based on this research about Occupational Risk Assessment using Job Safety Analysis (JSA) method that has been conducted in PT P & P Lembah Karet Padang, it can be concluded that there is still one phase of work that has high risk level in the Timbang Section, there is also medium risk and low risk at several other stages of work. There are still several phases of work that have high risk levels in the Gilingan Section. There are still several phases of work that has a high risk level in the Press Section. There are also medium risk and low risk at several other phases of work. There is no high risk in Press Section and Lory Washing Section. However, there is still moderate risk and low risk at several other stages of work.
It is advised to the company to immediately implement various risk control efforts on working sections that has medium and high risk levels. The efforts that already exist in some sections of PT. P & P Lembah Karet Padang has been still lacking. Then, the company also need to immediately provide certified occupational safety experts to improve the implementation of occupational safety and health in the company. For further efforts, the company can cooperate with various health agencies in order to improve the welfare of workers, such as Puskesmas (health center), Insurance Agency, etc. It is also advised for workers to seriously apply some policies that have been made by the company to improve health and safety, like using personal protective equipment (PPE) and perform the phases of work in accordance with the proper procedure.
This study is part of the thesis, as a requirement to obtain a Bachelor of Public Health degree. Acknowledgments are conveyed to the Dean of Faculty of Public Health Andalas University and also to the supervisor for the guidance. And also to the head of PT. P & P Lembah Karet Padang and its employees who participated and assisted in this research.