Introduction: OHS culture can contribute to achieving productivity and zero accidents. Without a safety culture in workers, no matter how well the system or structure is designed and how sophisticated the safety devices are, there is no functioning due to the things underlying human behavior. This study aims to evaluate the description of the level of OHS cultural maturity using SCMM (Safety Culture Maturity Model).
Method: This study uses a descriptive quantitative design with a cross sectional approach. The population used is all permanent workers of the Commercial Ship Division in the Shipping Industry, numbered 173. The total sample of all workers is 34 people using a non-probability sampling method. The variables of this study were 10 components of SCMM. The instrument used is a questionnaire sheet based on the SCMM (Safety Culture Maturity Model).
Result: The results showed that the components of management, commitment and visibility showed a value of 2.82, communication a value of 3.12, productivity versus safety a value of 3.94, learning organization a value of 4.44, safety resources a value of 3.26, participation value of 4.12, shared perceptions about safety score 4.88, trust value 3.88, industrial relations and job satisfaction score 4.38, and training value 3.70.
Conclusion: The conclusion in this study shows the level of maturity of OHS culture at the Shipping Industry has a final average score of 3.85 at the level involving. The advice is to increase the level of OHS culture by evaluating the fulfillment of the target of management visits to the field, evaluating OHS media, evaluating the fulfillment of safety patrols or visiting the OHS team to indoor places.