Simulating Behavior Pattern of Key Performance Indicators to Improve Organization’s Safety Performance in Maritime Transport
Keywords:Simulation, Behavior pattern, Key performance indicators, Improvement, Safety performance, Maritime transport
Safety performance management is at the core of safety management system (SMS) in any organization. Managing organization's safety performance in maritime transport is achieved through the identification of key performance indicators (KPIs), which are used to monitor and measure safety performance. Aim of this paper is to determine how behavior pattern of key performance indicators (KPIs) in the organization, can be simulated. Methods used for this research include methods of gathering, describing, and analyzing key performance indicators data of sample organization, as well as statistics, causal modeling, and simulation. Results show behavior pattern of key performance indicators (KPIs) in the organization due to causal impact of certain key performance indicator. In conclusion, the simulation showed how causal modeling techniques can be useful to simulate behavior pattern of key performance indicators (KPIs) in the organization in order to improve organization’s safety performance.
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