POLICY DESIGN IN ACHIEVING ZERO ACCIDENTS: CASE STUDIES IN THE BUKIT INDAH CITY INDUSTRIAL ESTATE PURWAKARTA, INDONESIA
Policy design in achieving zero work accidents has been implemented around the world to achieve zero work accidents, the policy design has not yet reached the target. This research aims to identify the factors of non-compliance with government policies. Using a qualitative case study approach based on policy compliance theory, this research found two major challenges in achieving the target, namely the importance of a culture-based approach, and the commitment of management and employees. From the interviews, new factors were found that made the policy design difficult to implement. To achieve zero accidents, some aspects that need to be considered are a culture-based approach that focuses on real-time issues and puts forward a clear vision of zero lost incidents and the commitment of management and employees to become co-owners in the effort to achieve zero accidents.
Policy Design; Zero Accident; Compliance; Safety Culture; Commitment.