Fatigue is a decreased body condition due to physical and psychological burden. Fatigue affects the ability to ride a motorcycle. One of them is affected by workload. Aims of this study to analysis correlation between fatigue state and workload on senior high school students that use motorcycle. A cros-sectional study was conducted. Data collected from population in east java Island Indonesia. Population of study are student from senior high school. Sample size of this study was 453 student who rider motorcycle. Questioner to measurement of fatigue use Subjective Self Rating Test from Industrial Fatigue Research Commite (IFRC). Questionare to assess mental workload used National Agency and Space Administration Task Load Index (NASA-TLX). The results showed that the characteristics of respondents in this study were mostly female (57.6%) and aged 17-19 years old. Most of respondents had mental workload were middle (52.5%). Overall, Effort, Mental Demand, Temporal Demand acquired the highest workload scores while physical demand recovered lowest workload score. The overall fatigue level showed that 62.9% of students who ride motorcycle felt fatigue as middle and 32% as high. Subjectively activity fatigue felt by most respondents (99.8%). Frequency of fatigue that felt respondents is rare. Mental demand has a negative correlation with fatigue. Physical Demand has a negative correlation with activity and mental fatigue. Temporal Demand has a negative relationship with activity fatigue. Own Performance has a negative relationship with fatigue. Effort has a negative relationship with fatigue. Frustation on level and fatigue obtained a significant positive correlation. Schools consider conditions that cause frustation to students so that the risk of fatigue can be reduced.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development|
|Publication status||Published - Sept 2019|
- Frustation on level
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