Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment with Recommended Alternative Solutions Using the Benefit Cost Analysis Method

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  • Rina Sandora Politeknik Perkapalan Negeri Surabaya
  • Fani Sandy Putra PPNS
  • Galih Anindita PPNS
Keywords: Hazard Identification; Risk Assessment; Incremental Analysis; Ratio Value

Abstract

Determination of hazard identification and risk assessment on the company can not be separated from the calculation of the cost budget. The aim is to provide recommendations and calculate the profit rate using the Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA) method so that the company will more easily determine the most appropriate and needed alternative in the company. From the incremental analysis calculation, an alternative solution and value obtained from BCA are gas detector H2S B / C ratio 1.14, crane certification B / C ratio 3.66, welding helmet B / C ratio value 5.53, wire rope B / C ratio value of 5.19, O2 detector value of B / C ratio 6.11, small handtruck value of B / C ratio 18.1, fire dry chemical powder B / C ratio value of 22.27, N2 gas detector value of ratio B / C 1.53.

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PT. ALP Petro Industry., 2019. Prosedur Identifikasi Aspek K3L-rev2. Pasuruan. PT. ALP Petro Industry.
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Published
2021-07-31
How to Cite
Sandora, R., Putra, F. S., & Anindita, G. (2021). Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment with Recommended Alternative Solutions Using the Benefit Cost Analysis Method. Tibuana, 4(02), 120-124. https://doi.org/10.36456/tibuana.4.02.4013.120-124
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