MODEL PENDIDIKAN PELATIHAN SEBAGAI STRATEGI KOMITMEN KINERJA KESELAMATAN DAN KESELAMATAN KERJA SEKTOR USAHA KECIL DAN MENENGAH
This research analyzed a commitment strategy model for OSH Training and Education Commitment Strategy (OSH-TECS) for metal foundry workers of medium-small business sectors that had never undergone any OSH. The research was a quasi-experiment with non-randomized control group Pretest-Posttest design referring to Andragogic process. The Pretest served as probing OSH implementation, the second stage was experimenting OSHTECS model, and the third stage of the pretest was OSH implementation process elucidated in 48 questionnaire items. The pretest and posttest questionnaires were the detailed breakdown of nine aspects of OSH-TECS model, transformed into OHS-TECS model of behavioral aspects. The sample consisted of 380 workers representing 20–29 age group (120 people), 30–39 age group (120 people), 40–49 (80 people), and 50–up (60 people). The independent variables were OSH-TE factors and the dependent variable was behavior. The research result were: (1) With Hotelling’s Trace Test, there was a significant influence of OSH-TECS model on all behavioral aspects (p. = 0.00 < 0.05), and (2) The OHS-TECS model had a significant influence on all age groups (p. = 0.00 < 0.00).