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Journal : Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan

INDIKATOR KINERJA KUNCI PENGEMBANGAN PERIKANAN TANGKAP TUNA TERPADU DI SULAWESI UTARA Kaunang, Rine; Monintja, Daniel R.; Nikijuluw, Victor P.H; Haluan, John
Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 1 No 1 (2010): MARET 2010
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Key performance indicators (KPIs) are indicators used to report progress towards delivery on factors identified as critical to the success of an organization’s goals and objectives. In a progressive environment, KPIs can also serve as tools for change, providing input into management process that will assist in bringing about sustainable performance improvements. The KPIs selected must reflect the organization's goals, they must be key to its success, and they must be measurable. Key performance indicators usually are long-term considerations for an organization.In general, this research was done to reveal the key performance indicators for developing of integrated tuna fishing in North Sulawesi and especially to get the clear measurement and also to give the information for government to make regulation. This research is based on focus group discussion (FGD) method with qualitative approach. The focus group is the group that discussed the specifically and structure case and has procedure and time frame. The indicators consist of economic, financial social, ecological and government dimensions, both in national level and in fishery sector. In enterprises level consist of input, output, outcome and process
ANALISIS MULTIDIMENSIONAL UNTUK PENGELOLAAN PERIZINAN PERIKANAN YANG BERKELANJUTAN : STUDI KASUS WPP LAUT ARAFURA Mulyana, Ridwan; Haluan, John; Baskoro, Mulyono S.; Wisudo, Sugeng Hari
Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 2 No 2 (2011): NOVEMBER 2011
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Fishing license, as a tool of fisheries management, is one of the popular instrument to control fish resources utilization. The purposes of fishing license for government are : (1) to optimalization of fish resources utilitization; (2) to maintain fish resources sustainability; and (3) to gain the economic benefit as government revenue. As part of fisheries management, fishing license affect to many aspects of fisheries as ecology, economic, technology, social, and ethic. Fishing license for large fisheries scale in Arafura Sea play an important role in Indonesian fisheries as Goverment issued 1072 fishing license or almost 25% of total license issued for all Indonesian waters. Unfortunatelly, Arafura Sea faces many problem and issues like overfishing, IUU fishing, destructive of fish habitat and environment that threaten the sustainability of fisheries. So it’s important to know the sustainability state of Arafura Sea in present to determine the best fishing license policy. The analysis of RAPFISH for sustainability of fisheries (including Leverage and Monte Carlo analysis) by major type of fisheries give some results as : (1) the fisheries of Arafura Sea is sustainable enough with score 53,86; (2) squid jigging, bottom longline, and gillnet fisheries are sustainable enough; but fish net and shrimp net are less sustainable; (3) the ecological dimension is good sustainable with score 72,43; but the ethic dimension is less sustainable with score 37,26. The leverage analysis shows the attributes which give the highest influence to each dimensions as: (1) size of fish on ecology dimension; (2) sector employment on economic dimension; (3) FAD (fish attracting devices) using and gear selectivity on technology dimension; (4) education level on social dimension; and (5) just management on ethic dimension. It’s recommended for Arafura Sea fisheries development to promote the sustainability fishing gears like squid jigging, bottom longline, and gillnet fisheries.
INTENSITAS KERJA AKTIVITAS NELAYAN PADA PENGOPERASIAN SOMA PAJEKO (MINI PURSE SEINE) DI BITUNG Handayani, Suci n; Wisudo, Sugeng H; Iskandar, Budhi H; Haluan, John
Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 5 No 1 (2014): MEI 2014
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There are factors of accident at sea in fishing activities which 80% caused by human errors (FAO 2009). The number of fishing vessel accidents within 7 years (January 2007-November 2013) in PPS Bitung occurred 40 times and tends to increase. There were accidents of six types of fishing vessels which majority soma pajeko (mini purse seine) that not recorded within 2010-2013 in Bitung. It is necessary to study fishermen safety on soma pajeko fishing operations because the number of fishermen is quite a lot. The research objectives are to identify and determine the work intensity of fishermen activity in soma pajeko operation which potentially cause work accident at sea. This research method is a numerical descriptive. Data were analyzed by identifying activities with Hierarchical Task Analysis (HTA). Study result shows that stages of soma pajeko activities at PPS Bitung sorted into 8 phases with total 58 activities. Number of crew on soma pajeko fishing vessel examined as 28 persons with the greatest portion of responsibility burdens is Captain. Total work intensity to perform all activities (beginning to end) on soma pajeko operation requires crew involvement/ power forces equivalent to 563 OA (men activity). The greatest primary work intensity is on the 5th stage (bauling) which showed the biggest activity level with primary work intensity index of 0.29. Involvement crew on bauling was the biggest intensity (139 OA) which potentially occurs the risk possibility of work accidents caused by human error that bigger than other activities.
MODEL KONSEPTUAL PENGEMBANGAN PERIKANAN TONGKOL DAN CAKALANG YANG DIDARATKAN DI KOTA BENGKULU Syukhriani, Silvy; Nurani, Tri Wiji; Haluan, John
Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 9 No 1 (2018): MEI 2018
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Bengkulu City is one of the coastal cities that located in the western part of Sumatra island. This city borders directly with the Indian Ocean and had the potential of fisheries, especially for auxis and skipjack. As many as 5.818 tons of auxis fish and 2.031 tons of skipjack fish have been landed every year in PPP Pulau Baai Kota Bengkulu. Despite having abundant fish potency but fisherman can only utilize it equal to 48%. The purpose of this research were to identify the problems that occur in auxis and skipjack fisheries landed in Bengkulu City and create a conceptual model to provide solution related problems in auxis and skipjack fisheries that landed in Bengkulu city. The analysis has been done using Soft System Methodology (SSM). The problems that discovered in auxis and skipjack fisheries are the facilities of PPP Pulau Baai not good enough, DKP can’t give free aid to the right fisherman, Syahbandar can’t do monitoring very well toward fisherman and there isn’t any exist industry of auxis and skipjack in the city. The solution of this research was to improve the facilities of PPP Pulau Baai, the more appropriate target of DKP aid, to activate the processing industry of auxis and skipjack as well as to increase the performance of syahbandar related to the active period of fishing permit.
FAKTOR PERSEPSI INDIVIDU DALAM PENGEMBANGAN PERIKANAN LINTAS BATAS Far Far, Romelus; Haluan, John; Baskoro, Mulyono S.; Nikijuluw, Victor
Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 1 No 2 (2010): NOVEMBER 2010
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Manage of fisheries resource in border area would dependent about as long as behaviour and perception of community to response their problems. This paper would analyses about factor of individual perception to development fisheries transboundary such as fitting of historical, fishing gears, production, and marketing location; knowledge source about owner region and partial model of fishermen perception in Lirang, Wetar and Kisar Islands. Partial model of individual perception TCIF (Transboundary Commuters for Illegal Fishing) are e -1,372 + 0,846 SPKW + 1,029 PAN-TL or P (TCIF_ individual perception) = f (SPKW, PAN-TL)
KESELAMATAN KAPAL PENANGKAP IKAN, TINJAUAN DARI ASPEK REGULASI NASIONAL DAN INTERNASIONAL Suwardjo, Djodjo; Haluan, John; Jaya, Indra; Poernomo, Soen'an H.
Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 1 No 2 (2010): NOVEMBER 2010
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Fishing is a high risk occupation compared to other occupations. Charachteristics of the occupational in fishing vessel are dangerous, dirty and difficult, known as “3d”. Generally, fishing vessels size is relatively small size, majority under 24 m length, sailing and fishing in bad weather with rough sea with unskilled crews, so that those factors can increase the fatality rate of the fishing vessel crews. Fishing vessel safety is a complex interactions among human factor (skipper and crew’s members), machines (fishing vessel and safety equipment) and environmental (weather and fisheries management). Fishing safety problems emerge when minimum one of those elements of human factor, machines or environment is misfucntion. The objectives of this research is to identify national and international safety regulations for fishing vessel and also relationship between fishing vessel and merchant vessel safety policies in Indonesia. Research was carried out from May 2008 – March 2009. Data was collected from any kind of source, such as Agency for Marine and Human Resource Development, Directorate General of Capture Fisheries, Tegal Coastal Fishing Port, Pekalongan Archipelago Fishing Port, Cilacap Ocean Fishing Port and Ministry of Communication. Fishing vessel safety policy basically is based on fishing vessel’s seaworthiness, watchkeeping/ship manning, safety equipment, and pollution prevention from the ship activities in national level as well as international level. Fishing vessel seaworthiness and watchkeeping/ship manning policies as a control function from the goverment to the parties involved in fishing activities to increase safety of crews, fishing vessel and sea environment from fishing vessel activities. Due to the characteristics of the working conditions on fishing vessel, more complex social environment of the fishermen and great number of fishermen in Indonesia, regulations on fishing vessel safety; watchkeeping/ship manning; works in fishing; education, training and certification of fishing vessel personnel; and fishing port, should be separated from the merchant ship safety regulations as international organizations did.
KAJIAN TINGKAT KECELAKAAN FATAL, PENCEGAHAN DAN MITIGASI KECELAKAAN KAPAL-KAPAL PENANGKAP IKAN YANG BERBASIS OPERASI DI PPP TEGALSARI, PPN PEKALONGAN DAN PPS CILACAP Suwardjo, Djodjo; Haluan, John; Jaya, Indra; Poernomo, Soen'an H.
Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 1 No 1 (2010): MARET 2010
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Safety performance of a fishing vessels fleet is indicated by the Fatality Accident Rate (FAR) of fishing vessels and the position of risk on F-N Curve, wether the risk position at unacceptable risk, intermediate risk or acceptable risk. The FAR of the fishing vessles, from fishing based at Tegalsari Coastal Fishing Port, Pekalongan Archipelagic Fishing Port and Cilacap Oceanic Fishing Port are 115 persons death/missing at sea per 100.000 fishermen per year and if it is compared with the FAR of the world fishing fleet, is still consider higher. Therefore, a necessary measures to reduce accident risk of fishing vessels accident with prevention and mitigation are needed. Some of the measures that we suggest to encompass the problem related to the fatal accident are: (1) training of navigation and safety competences for skippers and crew members;(2) increasing safety awareness for the fishing vessel owners, Fishing Port harbour master, fishing vessel inpectors, fisheries extension workers, instructors of fisheries education and training, community local leaders and fishermen families, (3) crews insurance, and (4) providing fishing vessel standard, ship manning standard and works in fishing standard, education, training and certification standar and standar of works in fishing.
Co-Authors . Mustaruddin Abdul Rokhman Ahmad Fauzi Akhmad Fauzi Ali Suman Ari Purbayanto Arif Febrianto Basuki, Riyanto Budhi H Iskandar Budhi H. Iskandar Budhi Hascaryo Iskandar Budi Wiryawan Budy Wiryawan Danial . Daniel Monintja Daniel R. Monintja Darmawan . Dietriech G. Bengen Djalal, Hasjimdo Domu Simbolon Drajat Martianto Eko Sri Wiyono Endang Sri Heruwati Ernani Lubis Far Far, Romelus Fatchudin Fatchudin Fedi A. Sondita, Fedi A. Fis Purwangka Gigentika, Soraya Gigentika, Soraya Hardjomidjojo, Hatrisari Hartrisari Hardjomidjojo Hasjim Djalal Hendriwan, Hendriwan I Wayan Astika Ihsan Ihsan Ihsan, . Iin Solihin Indra ., Indra Indra Jaya Irham Irham Jatmiko, Y.A. Budhi Joyce Kumaat Julia Eka Astarini Kooswardhono Mudikdjo LINAWATI HARDJITO M. Fedi A. Sondita Malanesia, Meizar Mamuaya, Gybert E. Manaf, Ach. Nafani Manuwoto, Manuwoto Martohandoyo, Harun Al Martohandoyo, Harun Al Rasyid Mennofatria Boer Mita Wahyuni Mohammad Imron Muhammad Fedi Alfiadi Sondita Muhammad Jamal MUHAMMAD RIZAL Mulyono Partosuwirjo Mulyono S Baskoro Mulyono S. Baskoro Mustaruddin . Nikijuluw, Victor Nikijuluw, Victor P.H Nono Sampono Pical, Venda Jolanda Pipih Suptijah Poernomo, Soen'an H. Prabowo Prabowo Purba, Charles Bohlen Purba, Charles Bohlen Purwaka, Tommy H. Renofati, Yunistia Retno Muninggar Ridwan Mulyana Rine Kaunang Ririn Irnawati Roza Yusfiandayani Rudi Febriamansyah, Rudi Sala, Ridwan SANTOSO SANTOSO Saptoriantoro, Pandu Sarana, Harmin Sarwanto, Catur Satria, Fayakun Silvy Syukhriani, Silvy Soeboer, Deni Achmad Soepanto Soemokaryo Soewarno T. Soekarto Sondita, Fedi Alfian Stanford, Richard Stanford, Richard J. Suci n Handayani, Suci n Sudirman Saad Sugeng H Wisudo, Sugeng H Sugeng H. Wisudo Sugeng Hari Wisodo, Sugeng Hari Sugeng Hari Wisudo Supartono Supartono Supriyadi, Rikhie Suwardjo, Djodjo Tri Hariyanto Tri Wiji Nurani Victor P.H. Nikijuluw Wahju, Ronny I. Wibowo, Berbudi WIJAYA, MAGGY T Wudianto, Wudianto Yaser Krisnafi, Yaser Yulian Fakhrurrozi, Yulian