The Correlation Between Predisposing Factors and The Fire Emergency Practices Among Gas Station Workers
Atmojo, Tutug Bolet
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Gas Station (SPBU) is a place with a major level of fire risk. The accident in SPBU will cause huge losses, both the loss of human lives and material losses. One of the accident occurred lately was the fire incident in the gas station in Blora. The aim of this research was to determine the predisposing factors that mostly influence on the fire emergency practices of the workers at the gas station in Blora. The research used the analytic observational designs with cross sectional approach. The sample of this research was the total population of gas stations’ operator in Blora, of 73 respondents. The data were analyzed by using chi square and multivariate logistic regression. All of the respondents have a good percentage in categories of knowledge on fire emergency (60.3%), attitude of fire emergency (79,5%), fire emergency practices (63%). The attitude of fire emergency was the most dominant factor affecting the fire emergency practice in gas stations in Blora. To improve the management of gas stations, the development on the routine programs i.e. socializing, counseling, training and simulations, is required.