Analysis of Crew Work Performance in Relation to Overtime Working Hours on MV. Manalagi Tisya


  • Moh Zaenal Arifin Politeknik Ilmu Pelayaran Semarang
  • Fajar Adit Helviyanto Politeknik Ilmu Pelayaran Semarang



Overtime Work; Work Performance; Ship Crew


Overtime work refers to working hours that exceed the normal working hours set by company regulations. Overtime work is often necessary to address urgent operational needs or keadaan darurats. The limits of working hours have been established under the MLC 2006, which ensures that each crew member has working hours and rest periods in accordance with applicable regulations. The implementation of structured working hours is crucial to prevent undesirable circumstances. The research method used in this study is a qualitative descriptive method. Data sources were obtained through primary and secondary data. Data collection techniques involved observation, interviews, and documentation conducted by the researcher during sea practice on MV. Manalagi Tisya. The data analysis technique employed in this research is data reduction, data collection, and drawing conclusions. Factors causing overtime include a lack of worker skills, poor work planning, weather conditions, and frequent vessel malfunctions. Efforts to prevent overtime work on MV. Manalagi Tisya involves effective work scheduling, providing job training to enhance the crew's skills, and monitoring working hours to ensure efficient completion of tasks and avoid time wastage.




How to Cite

Arifin, M. Z. ., & Helviyanto, F. A. (2023). Analysis of Crew Work Performance in Relation to Overtime Working Hours on MV. Manalagi Tisya. RSF Conference Series: Engineering and Technology, 3(1), 357–366.