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Judul: Analisis Manual Material Handling Untuk Meminimalisir Terjadinya Musculoskeletal Disorder Pada Pekerja Tahu
Penulis: Aminah Soleman & Adhi Priyadi  || email:
Jurnal: Prosiding Archipelago Engineering 2020 Vol. 1 no. 1 - hal. 56-64 Tahun 2020  [ Teknik ]
Keywords:  Manual Material Handling, NIOSH, Maximum Permissible Limit, Recommended Weight Limit.
Abstract: The use of human labor as a source of labor has a risk of injury to the spine. The flexibility of the movement is the only reason the industry is still utilizing human labor in handling material manually. Based on the results of the Nordic Body Map (NBM) questionnaire on 2 respondents in UKM. Sederhana, the first respondent showed a NBM scoring of 43, which means it was included in the high category and needed immediate repairs. The second respondent showed an NBM score of 38, which means that it is in the medium category and might need to be improved. From the results of the questionnaire analysis, if the respondent works with a long duration and repatitive, this condition will be at risk of disruption of the musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) which results in back injuries, namely injuries due to compressive forces on the spine. The study used the NIOSH method consisting of the calculation of MPL (Maximum Permissible Limit) and RWL (Recommended Weight Limit) on 2 respondents in simple UKM, so that the results obtained were that the respondent I had a compressive force on the L5 / S1 segment of 1907,625 N and respondent II is 1331,843 N and then the recommended lifting weight for both respondents is not more than 3,763 kg for respondent I and not more than 3.90 kg for respondent II.
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