Review of Legal Aspects of the Welfare and Safety (K3) of Nurses in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Room of Royal Prima Marelan Hospital

  • Zhai Renhong
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  • Zhai Renhong

    student at Faculty of Law, Universitas Prima Indonesia, Indonesia

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Attention to legal protection in the context of occupational health and safety (K3) is essential, especially for nurses in hospital environments who are vulnerable to the risk of work-related accidents and diseases. This study qualitatively and descriptively explores aspects of K3 Legal Protection for nurses in the intensive care Unit (ICU) Room of Royal Prima Marelan Hospital in January 2024, with a sample of 9 people. Data analysis was conducted through a qualitative descriptive approach. It was found that Royal Prima Marelan Hospital has implemented an Occupational Safety Management System (SMK3) following government regulation No. 50 of 2012. In addition, this hospital complies with Government Regulation No. 14 of 1993 concerning the Labor Social Security System, especially related to social security. In line with Work Safety Law No. 1 of 1970, which covers occupational safety aspects in various locations, Royal Prima Marelan Hospital has complied with this provision throughout the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. In conclusion, Royal Prima Marelan Hospital shows significant concern for the health and safety of its workforce, especially nurses who act as primary servants at the forefront of medical services.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 1970 - 1978


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