The shipbuilding industry is one of the construction activities that can cause injury and death. Even be the most dangerous in terms of work. One of the causes of the funeral is the low safe climate. However, there are gaps in measuring the safety climate. Various levels of safety climate can be found between different workgroups in one organization. Therefore, it needs to be measured in a broader scope, namely, safety culture covering the entire organization. Safety culture is a reasonably recent regulatory construct. Because it has been used among regulators from various sectors in only recent years, in this study, a questionnaire was developed that can measure safety culture developed from three dimensions related to the causes of accidents and occupational diseases that have been proven theoretically and empirically, such as the climate of safety, safety behavior, and safety communication. Questionnaires were distributed to 260 workers in the shipbuilding industry in Indonesia. The processing factor analysis results included 36 items on the questionnaire, which were found as robust indicators of the 14 factors formed. We conclude that this questionnaire is a valid and reliable instrument that can assess safety culture and identify the most appropriate strategies to strengthen safety culture that effectively influences practices, behaviors, and decisions that can affect processes to assure safety in the shipbuilding industries.

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