The Impact of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Training and Compensation on Employees` Performance


  • Agustina Heryati
  • Remmy Augusta Menzata Z
  • Fauziah Afriyani


The purpose of this study is to analyse the impact of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) training and compensation on the employees’ perfomance in the Indonesian state railroad company. Train is an alternative transportation that has many advantages such as low pollution, free traffic, bulk, cheaper costs, and also relatively faster. The highest frequency of train accidents in Indonesia is caused by human error. Therefore, it is important to provide OHS training for employees and provide appropriate compensation, in order to improve employee performance. The data were analysed by using multiple linear regression analysis. Respondents were 85 employees. The data is managed by using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The results of this study indicated that OHS Training provides a simultaneous effect on employee performance. While the partial test results of OHS Training have a positive and dominant influence on employee performance. The compensation variable has  positive and significant influence on employee performance.