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Research Paper | Management | Indonesia | Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019
The Effectiveness of Organizational Factor toward Safety Program Implementation after Mahakam Oil & Gas Field Transition in 2018
Muhammad Ginanjar Noor
Abstract: Safety performance is often used as a one of key indicator to measure Oil and Gas (O & G) operator performance in the world. This indicator is also consistently implementing by Mahakam O & G Field operator in order to ensure the operational activities are operated in safely manner. A production and safety achievement in Mahakam O & G Field has become major stakeholder concerns after transition period in 2018. PT. CCC as new operator is assigned to continue the success story of previous operator specifically to maintain good safety performance. However, the journey to maintain safety achievement in Mahakam O & G Field is not an easy way. Statistically, until June 2018, 1 accident case categorized as lost time injury (LTI), 5 recordable injuries (RI) and 9 near-missed incidents with high potential category have occurred and recorded in company perimeter. Not only the incident case, two serious violation also reported involving several contractor workers who done smoking activity at offshore platform which categorized as hazardous area. Contribution of organizational factors toward safety performance of organization has a significant role to prevent and reduce serious accident case and unsafe behavior. An expertís knowledge to gain specific indicators to measure organizational factors is required. This research offers the model of effectiveness of organizational factors in implementing safety program with Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) approach. Research result shown that 2 DMUís are efficient, namely Drilling (DRLL) and Exploration (EXPL) and 4 DMUís are inefficient, there are Production (PRO) with DEA score 0.32, Construction (CONS) with score 0.547, Logistic (LOG) with score 0.26 and Well Operations (WLO) with score 0.028. Inefficient DMUís mostly contributed by ineffectiveness of organizational level factor, safety management level factor and working group level to achieve safety outcome. The research result will guide management of organization to put more attention to reviewing ineffective organizational factor specifically during transition period of O & G block in Indonesia.
Keywords: Organizational factor, Effectiveness, Safety Program, Data Envelopment Analysis DEA
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019,
Pages: 1665 - 1670
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