PERSEPSI PENGEMUDI-PENGEMUDI BUS EKSPRES DI UTARA SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA TERHADAP KEPATUHAN DAN PARTISIPASI KEAMANAN

  • Munauwar Mustafa
  • Mohd Azril Ismail
  • Ummey Abdul Razak
  • Donny Abdul Latief Poespowidjojo

Abstrak

Penelitian dilakukan untuk menentukan persepsi pengemudi-pengemudi bus ekspres yang beroperasi di rute Kuala Perlis - Kuala Lumpur terhadap tingkat partisipasi keamanan dan kepatuhan keselamatan mereka yang dirangkumkan di bawah satu variabel yang dikenal sebagai kinerja keselamatan. Populasi penelitian ini adalah terdiri dari 372 orang pengemudi bus ekspres dari 15 buah perusahaan yang beroperasi di utara Semenanjung Malaysia. Dengan menggunakan sampling acak sederhana, 200 kuesioner telah didistribusikan kepada sampel penelitian. Walau bagaimana pun, hanya 103 kuesioner telah dikembalikan dan dapat diterapkan untuk analisis. Rata-rata skor untuk keseluruhan kinerja keselamatan adalah 4.09, sedangkan rata-rata skor untuk dimensi kepatuhan keamanan yaitu sebesar 4.15 adalah sedikit lebih tinggi dari rata-rata skor untuk dimensi partisipasi keamanan yaitu sebesar 4.04. Rata-rata skor yang tinggi ini menunjukkan bahwa persepsi pengemudi-pengemudi bus ekspres terhadap gelagat keamanan adalah tinggi. Berdasarkan temuan ini, pengemudi-pengemudi bus ekspres merasakan bahwa mereka mematuhi peraturan berkendara yang dikenakan pada mereka dan mereka terlibat di dalam kegiatan-kegiatan keamanan di dalam perusahaan mereka bekerja. Oleh karena itu, penelitian-penelitian lanjutan perlulah dilakukan untuk mengetahui faktor-faktor lain yang berhubungan dengan masalah ini untuk menghindari terjadinya kecelakaan bus ekspres di masa yang akan datang.

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2016-12-15
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MUSTAFA, Munauwar et al. PERSEPSI PENGEMUDI-PENGEMUDI BUS EKSPRES DI UTARA SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA TERHADAP KEPATUHAN DAN PARTISIPASI KEAMANAN. Jurnal Ekonomi KIAT, [S.l.], v. 27, n. 2, p. 39-49, des. 2016. ISSN 2597-7393. Tersedia pada: <http://jurnalkiatuir.com/index.php/kiat/article/view/4>. Tanggal Akses: 20 juli 2018
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