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IOP Conference Series. Materials Science and Engineering ; 1052(1), 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1672096


Problems concerning capture fisheries in Eastern Indonesian Waters cover the existing of fishes at sea, continuity of catching activities, the use of fishing gears, safety aspects, market, price and recent situation of pandemic Covid-19. This conditions have the impact on decreasing of economy aspect of local fishermen. The purpose of this research is to develop facility of capture fisheries and other related technical aspects to overcome the existing problems and to keep the continuity of fishing activities. The research started by initial field survey by the authors. In addition, related problems from other references are used as input design parameters. Design process end-up with the blue prints and the design specifications of fishing boats and fishing gears. The research was continued with construction of boats prototype, training for the fishermen and sea trials. The results of research were prototypes and design specifications of several types of fishing boats. Fishing boats with hull configurations (monohull, catamaran and trimaran) and fishing gears specification were fixed due to boat operational aspects. In addition, the results of study concerning safety aspect and ship operation in period of Pandemic Covid-19 are presented in this paper. Recommendations of results of this study are presented for future development of fishing boats for local fishermen.

IOP Conference Series. Earth and Environmental Science ; 797(1), 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1298936


This study aims to mitigate risks in supply chain activities in tuna products during the Covid-19 pandemic. Method used in this research is House of Risk (HOR) approach by identifying each business process activity based on the Supply Chain Operation Reference (SCOR) model. House of Risk (HOR) offers a framework for controlling risk effectively in managing risk from risk agents. Aggregate Risk Potential (ARP) is used to determine the priority of risk sources that need to be done in designing a mitigation strategy. The results of the study identified 32 risk events and 52 risk agents. House of Risk (HOR) phase 1 shows that 11 Risk Agents will be prioritized for handling based on the highest ARP value, which further proposes 16 possible mitigation strategies. Based on the value of Effectiveness to Difficulty (ETD) from the House of Risk (HOR) phase 2, 12 mitigation strategy measures were taken from 16 proposed strategies that would be used to prevent risk causes.