Establishing Consensus on Participatory Ergonomics Implementation in Indonesian Tin Mining: Delphi Technique

PRIJOKO PRAJITNOADI SOEJADI

Abstract


This article presents the process of establishing a consensus on proposed practical measures to implement Participatory Ergonomics (PE) in Indonesian tin mining small medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The practical measures are essentially proposed solutions designed to overcome the identified barriers standing in the way of PE implementation. A Delphi technique [1], consisting of a two-round questionnaire was conducted. A total of 57 proposed solutions were identified in the first questionnaire. These were then further refined in the second-round questionnaire, which resulted in a total of 35 proposed solutions.

Keywords


participatory ergonomics, small medium enterprises, Delphi techniqueText


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/ise2018/33649

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