Preparation of Risk Management and Root Cause Analysis in the Middle Package Palapa Ring Operation

Authors : Putri Dwina Syafira; Agustinus Hariadi Djoko Purwanto

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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In this research will be conducted on the Preparation of Risk Management and Root Cause Analysis in the Middle Package Palapa Ring Operation. The preparation of this risk management is limited to Supervision, Maintenance, Procurement and Shipment activities. The purpose of this research is to get identification, analysis and evaluation of risks. Then, an operational problem root analysis will be carried out especially for FO Cut incident to find out the problems and program proposals for project location 5 (P5). The research was conducted using qualitative research methods based on case studies. In compiling Risk Management using the ISO 31000 framework and conducting root cause analysis using a fishbone diagram. Data collection was carried out by in-depth interviews, distributing questionnaires and Focus Group Discussions. The results at the identification stage obtained 55 risk causes. The results of the analysis showed 30 low risks, 21 medium risks, and 4 high risks. Further risk evaluation is carried out on risks that have a high-risk category. Based on the evaluation results obtained action programs that can be proposed. Then, an analysis of the root causes of the FO Cut incident was carried out using a fishbone diagram and proposed action programs were obtained to reduce the occurrence of FO Cut.

Keywords : Fishbone Diagram; Risk Management ISO: 31000, Palapa Ring, Supervision, Maintenance, Procurement, Shipment.


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