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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Journal Safety, Health, and Environmental Engineering is the media publication on papers relating to the safety, health, and environmental engineering field. The journal encompasses a variety of topics, including fire prevention and handling system, construction safety, process safety, maritime safety, mining safety, electrical safety, mechanical safety, ergonomics, industrial psychology, risk management, reliability, occupational health, environmental health, environmental engineering as well as related topics. The type of manuscript received can be in the form of research results, original research (prioritized), and/or literature review, or original case reports. All papers submitted to the journal should not have been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. The official language of the manuscript to be published in the Journal Safety, Health, and Environmental Engineering should be in Bahasa Indonesia or English


Articles that are typed on A4 paper (21 x 29.7 cm) normal margin of the Microsoft Word version, in 1 (one) column uses 12 New Times New Roman letters, 1 space apart. Pages of 6-10 in total excluding the bibliography. Manuscripts are written following the format that has been provided, which is the manuscript template for Journal Safety, Health and Environmental Engineering.

The contents of the manuscript are in the following format:


The title of an article is an important factor to attract readers’ attention. Therefore, choose an informative and compelling title to engage your readers to read your article. The title shows the main contents and findings with a maximum of 15 words. Avoid complicated and repetitive word structures.


The author's name is written in full and not abbreviated. Do not add the title of the author in their names. Affiliates are written based on a hierarchy: majors/programs, universities/agencies and cities. Affiliation must be consistent between the authors in the article. Authors who act as corresponding authors must be marked with (*).


The abstract contains minimal elements consisting of the background of the problem, objectives, methods, results, and conclusions. The abstract is written concisely but explains the whole idea of what was done, what was discovered and what are the main conclusions. Abstracts written attract attention but avoid extra explanations and avoid citations, tables, formulas, and graphs. The minimum number of words is 200 words and the maximum is 300 words.


When picking the right keywords, imagine we are looking for articles in a search engine (such as Google). Avoid unusual abbreviations. Keywords may be words and phrases and may specifically describe the main ideas of the article. The minimum number of keywords is 3 and a maximum of 5 keywords.


          Initial paragraphs start with statements that are broad and generally related to the topic of the article. Narrow the topic in the next sentence describing the state of the art and the problem related to this topic. End the paragraph with a statement of the general problem and specifically supporting statements.

          Middle paragraph, write the appropriate references to indicate the identification process and its contribution to solving the problem. Describe the most current and relevant knowledge to emphasize the novelty and contribution of the articles made.

          The final paragraph ends the introduction by emphasizing the specific contribution of the article.


The method should explain the research design, time and place of research. Sample selection methods, treatments, existing variables and methods of analysis used.


Results and discussion are under one headline to illustrate the relevance of the results as well as information with other studies. This should contain complete elements such as:

  1. Findings from studies conducted based on the tables/figures/graphs presented. Do not repeat the data presented in the table/figure.
  2. The scientific study of findings that are held with existing theories in the field of Safety, Health, and Environmental Engineering by characterizing the particular topic of study.
  3. The scientific study of findings with findings from previous studies to support the suitability, strengths, or weaknesses compared with previous studies. The study is adjusted to the background of the problem, problem formulations, and hypotheses (if any).


Conclusions are made to answer the research problems/objectives/hypotheses (if any). Conclusions are written to state the importance of the findings and their implications. Do not recap the results, instead, make a statement.


Name the funders (sponsors) who contributed to the research related article. Thank the people who contributed to the article or data in the article. Do not thank the members of the authors.


Use the latest and most relevant bibliography according to the field of study in the article. Always cite the most appropriate or most accessible reference. Ideally, the reference used is an issue from the last 10 years. Primary literature such as journals, articles, and the latest proceedings are used to give emphasis or justification in the study, while data sources are permitted for more than 10 years.


Tables or figures should be made using the right application/computer. The presentation of tables or figures should be appropriate with the rules of scientific writing (state the source if using images from other sources). Formulas must be standard (using Latex for example) with the size according to the template. The language in the tables and figures must be identical to the writing and image quality or table so that it's easy to read and understand.


In general, writing in a logo or symbols should use the letter "Symbol" or use symbol insertion features in the typing software (word processor). The units and abbreviations used to follow the rules commonly used in a scientific discipline (see template).


References in the manuscript follow the Harvard Style, i.e. author names must be written, and the year of publication from which the citation was taken. The writing of references in the script should be at the beginning and end of the sentence. Avoid mid-sentence. There are two kinds of writing methods, namely: (author, year) and author (year). Do not add extra-long quotes. Even though the writing in words and sentences has changed, the meaning conveyed should still refer to the essence of the library without a change of meaning and ambiguity.


  1. One source of a citation with one author (Ferdinand, 2012).
  2. One citation source with two authors (Frucot and Shearon, 2011).
  3. One source with more than two authors (Ariyani et al., 2010) or (Hofstede et al., 1992).
  4. Two citation sources with different authors (Ana, 2011; Agung, 2002).
  5. Two citation sources with the same author can be written in one name (Agung, 2012, 2013), if the publication year is the same (Agung, 2012a, 2012b).
  6. Sources of citations derived from the work of an institution should mention acronyms of the institution concerned, for example (IAI, 2011)
  7. One journal citation source with two authors Widiartini and Yasa (2016) or (Widiartini and Yasa, 2016).
  8. One journal citation source with more than two authors Cyan et al. (2016) or (Cyan et al., 2016). 

The list of references is written according to the type of reference used. The author is recommended using Mendeley referencing application/software. There is no need to overload the number of references, instead, the quality of references should be prioritized (primary, current, relevant). The reference list should be at least 80% in the form of library publications within the last 10 years.

Examples of reference lists using Mendeley:

Akbas, F., Markov, S., Subasi, M., & Weisbrod, E..2018. Determinants and consequences of information processing delay: Evidence from the Thomson Reuters Institutional Brokers’ Estimate System. Journal of Financial Economics, 127(2), 366–388. https://doi.org/ 10.1016/j.jfineco.2017.11.005

Brealey, R. A., Myers, S. C., & Allen, F.2017. Principles of Corporate Finance (12th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Education.

Choi, A. S., Lee, C. K., Tanaka, K., & Xu, H.2018. Value spillovers from the Korean DMZ areas and social desirability. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 75(April), 95–104. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socec.2018.04.010

Choudhry, M.2018. An Introduction to Banking: Principles, Strategy and Risk Management (2nd ed.). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

Hsiao, Y. J., & Tsai, W. C.2018. Financial literacy and participation in the derivatives markets. Journal of Banking and Finance, 88, 15–29. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbankfin.2017.11.006 Hull, J. C. 2018a. Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives (9th ed.). Harlow: Wiley.

Hull, J. C.2018b. Risk Management and Financial Institutions (5th ed.). Hoboken: Wiley. Jones, C. P., & Jensen, G.2016. Investment: Analysis and Management (13th ed.). Hoboken:Wiley.

Kenton, W.2018. Financial Literacy. Retrieved January 15, 2019, from https://www.investopedia.com/terms/f/financial-literacy.asp

Parise, G. 2018. Threat of entry and debt maturity: Evidence from airlines. Journal of Financial Economics, 127(2), 226–247. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jfineco.2017.11.009


Manuscripts that have fulfilled the journal writing instructions (in MS Word format, use this article template) must be sent to the Online Submission System in the E-Journal portal; Journal Safety, Health, and Environmental Engineering (https://jshee.ppns.ac.id/) after registering as an Author in the "Register" section.


Plagiarism is where a person perceives another person's ideas, words or forms of creative expression as his own, and this is a clear violation of scientific ethics. Plagiarism can also involve violations of copyright laws, which are punishable by legal action. Plagiarism can be in the form of the following:

  1. Copying verbatim, or nearly word for word, or deliberately paraphrasing part of another author's work without clearly indicating the source or marking the fragment copied;
  2. Copying pictures or tables from other people's papers without properly citing the source and/or without permission from the original author or copyright holder.

All article submissions will be thoroughly checked for plagiarism. Any paper showing clear signs of plagiarism will be automatically rejected.

If plagiarism is found in a paper after it has been published in JSHEE, the author will be asked to issue a written apology to the author of the original paper, and further cooperation with the author of the plagiarized paper will be terminated.

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