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Journal of Safety Education starting in 2024 migrates from OJS 3.1 to OJS 3.4 to better secure from various unwanted things, including journal hacking and so on. To submit, the author please visit the new website page of our journal at the link MIGRATION OFFICIAL STATEMENT HERE


Journal of Safety Education [P-ISSN 2986-6391 | E-ISSN 2988-3504] published by Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Negeri Semarang in collaboration with Ikatan Ahli Kesehatan Masyarakat Indonesia (IAKMI Tingkat Pusat) issued two (2) times a year ie June and December. The journal publishes original articles on the latest issues and trends occurring internationally in safety education.

Journal of Safety Education discusses assessment, feedback, continuous professionalism, review of evaluation approaches for schools, school preparedness to support education, development of school models especially in dealing with multi-hazard threats in aspects of safety and health in schools (not only in natural disasters, fires but also social disasters such as bullying, violence against women/children in schools and other threats in the field of education). Besides that, it also discusses a lot about the role of teachers, principals, school staff, students and parents of students in supporting safety in schools or colleges. In addition, safety education is also not only for schools or colleges/universities, but also for companies/workplaces, both formal and informal.

latest articles

PPE Education to Reduce the Risk of Workplace Accidents in The Furniture Industry

Zahra A., S., Hasibuan A., Q.,’a., Anisa A., P., Amrullah F., D., Rahma F., A., Fathiyah N., N., Annisa N., Rachmawati P.

Hazard Identification and Safety Education on The Clothing Convection Industry Business in Semarang

Purboeningrum A., D., Dimas S., S., Febriananda H., S., Oktriyani S., Ananto F., A., P., Wulandari R., Hikmahyanti H.

Risk Control of Construction Worker Hazards at Heights

Putri R., A., Rasyad M., H., Fitriana D., R., Mei A., S., Bate M., E., Abdullah N., Goldstein S.