Cahyaningrum, Dwi
Master Program of Health Promotion Faculty of Public Health Diponegoro University

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Faktor-Faktor yang Berhubungan dengan Kejadian Kecelakaan Kerja di Laboratorium Pendidikan Cahyaningrum, Dwi; Muktiana Sari, Hanif Tegar; Iswandari, Dini
Jurnal Pengelolaan Laboratorium Pendidikan Vol. 1, No. 2, Juli 2019
Publisher : Laboratorium Bio Teknologi, Fakultas Sains dan Matematika, Universitas Diponegoro

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Laboratory occupational safety is an action to prevent the occurrence of accident in laboratory environment caused by design, system, process and activities in laboratory. Laboratory with all desain and activities have a potencial hazard of accident. This study aimed to know factors related with the incident of accident in education laboratory. This is a cross sectional study with quantitative approach. Primary data was collected using questionnaire to 30 student in the last semester. Data were analyzed using chi square test at significance level at 0,05.  The result show that the most accident occurred in laboratory are contact with the hot object, exposed to chemical spills, and also asphyxiation.  The results  also show that there is no related between the application of standart operated procedure and the knowledge level of student with the incident of occupational accident, and there is a relation between the use of personal protective equipment with the incident of occupational accident in education laboratory
Kandungan Pestisida Organoklorin dalam Air Susu Ibu di Daerah Pertanian Bawang Merah Kabupaten Brebes Cahyaningrum, Dwi; Denny, Hanifa Maher; Adi, M. Sakundarno
Jurnal Promosi Kesehatan Indonesia Volume 13, No. 1, Januari 2018
Publisher : Master Program of Health Promotion Faculty of Public Health Diponegoro University

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Background: Organochlorine pesticides were widely used in agricultural at the past, these compounds are persistent in the environment and can be bioaccumulate and biomagnificate in food chain. Prenatal organochlorine exposure may lead to premature birth, spontaneous abortion and infere central nervous system function. Women living in agriculture area pose high risk of pesticides exposure resulting from their agriculture occupation and environment exposure. Breast milk could be a suitable matrix for monitoring organochlorine exposure in human. This study aimed to assess the content of organochlorine pesticides in human breast milk, women involvement in agricultural activity and factors related to the level of organochlorine compounds in breast milk.Method: The qualitative descriptive method using cross sectional approach was applied in this research. There were 14 partisipants.Results: The result demonstrated that 4 partisipans had p’pDDE level above 0,01 mg/kg (0,018-1,082), and 11 partisipans had level of Dieldrin below 0,01 mg/kg (0,001-0,007). Concentration p’pDDE tend to decreased as the increased of parity, level of knowledge, and level practices of pesticide. Dietary habits especially fish consumption was considered as a source of organochlorine exposure to human. Supervision policy the used of pesticide hasn’t effective yet to increase safe practices of pesticides among farmers.Keywords : Organochlorine, breast milk, safe practices of pesticides