Regulation Of The Minister Of Health No. 2 By 2014

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Kesehatan Nomor 2 Tahun 2014

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Back NEWS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 127, 2014 KEMENKES. The Health Office. Port. Classification.

REGULATION of the MINISTER of HEALTH of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 2 by 2014 ABOUT PORT HEALTH OFFICE CLASSIFICATION with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of HEALTH of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in accordance with the development of the Organization and performance of Port Health Office and international commitments as set out in the International Health Regulations 2005, then the decision of the Minister of health the number 264/Menkes/SK/III/2004 regarding the Classification Criteria of the port Health Office is seen already inadequate and replacement needs to be done to assess the Health of the harbor Office classification;
b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the need to set a regulation of the Minister of health about the classification of Health Office of the Harbour;
Remember: 1. Act No. 1 of 1962 concerning Quarantine sea (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia No. 2 in 1962, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2373);
2. Law number 2 of 1962 concerning Quarantine air (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 3 in 1962, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2374);
3. Act No. 4 of 1984 about infectious disease Outbreaks (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 in 1984, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3273);
4. Act No. 13 of 2008 about the Organization of the Hajj (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 60 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3750);
5. Act No. 17 of 2008 about the voyage (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 64 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4849);
6. Act No. 1 of 2009 about the flight (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4956);
7. Act No. 36 of 2009 about health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 144 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5063);
8. Law number 6 year 2011 about immigration (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 52 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5216);
9. Government Regulation Number 40 in 1991 about Tackling Infectious disease outbreaks (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 1991, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3447);
10. Government Regulation Number 61 in 2009 about the Kepelabuhanan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 151 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5070);
11. Government Regulation Number 40 in 2012 about development and preservation of the environment of the Airport (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 71 in 2012, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5664);
12. the presidential regulation Number 72 in 2012 of the national health system (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2012 Number 193);
13. the regulation of the Minister of health the number 356/Menkes/Per/IV/2008 about the Organization and the Work of the port Health Office as amended by regulation of the Minister of health Number 2348/Menkes/XI/Per/2011 (News of the Republic of Indonesia in 2011 Number 877);
14. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform State number Per/18/URM.PAN/11/2008 about the guidelines of the Organization Implementing the technical ministries and Non Government agencies of the Ministry;
15. Regulation of the Minister of health the number 1144/Menkes/Per/VIII/2010 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of health (news of the Republic of Indonesia year 2010 Number 585) as amended by regulation of the Minister of health the number 35 by 2013 (news of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2013 Number 741);
16. Regulation of the Minister of health the number 28 in 2011 about the clinic (news of the Republic of Indonesia number 16 in 2011);
DECIDED: setting:P ERATURAN MINISTER of HEALTH ABOUT the CLASSIFICATION of HEALTH OFFICE.
Article 1 (1) the classification of the port Health Office is assigned based on the criteria of the determination of the value of all components that have an effect on the workload.
(2) criteria for the determination of the value referred to in subsection (1) consists of the main elements and supporting elements.
Article 2 (1) major elements referred to in article 1 paragraph (2) composed of: a. kekarantinaan of health, namely the efforts to prevent and counteract out or the entry of diseases and/or health risk factors that could potentially give rise to emergency Community;
b. health surveillance, namely the attempt to obtain an overview of the potential outbreak of disease and risk factors through the collection and processing of data on an ongoing basis against traffic loading tool, potential outbreaks of disease, risk factors, in order to produce quick and accurate information in the decision-making process for rapid response;
c. control of environmental risk factors, namely, the efforts of disease prevention and/or health disorders due to environmental risk factors;
d. the Ministry of health, namely health care promotif activities, preventive, curative and to a limited extent in the environs of the port, the airport, and cross-border land; and e.  technical human resources, i.e. the number of officials who carry out functional and technical functions of the port Health Office, including part-time employees.
(2) ancillary Items referred to in article 1 paragraph (2) composed of: a. resources, namely financial, human resources administration, land and buildings, as well as the means of operational activities; and b.  means of employment, i.e. completeness or media used to carry out activities of technical and Health Office management port.
The main Elements of article 3 kekarantinaan health referred to in article 2 paragraph (1) letter a consists of sub elements: a. health surveillance tools, people, and goods and services health documents, namely the process of observation and physical examination against the conditions of sanitation, vector of the disease, the health of the crew and/or passengers, supplies health equipment and drugs, as well as the examination and/or health documents publishing; and b.  the quarantine action, i.e. restrictions on the activities of transport tools, people, and goods to prevent further dissemination towards the possibility of the OUTBREAK/plague, infectious disease outbreaks, or potential new disease from an infected area to the area did not become infected.
Article 4 core elements of health surveillance referred to in article 2 paragraph (1) letter b composed of sub elements: a. the report, i.e. the results of the activities through data analysis to obtain an overview of the situation and the tendency of certain communicable diseases, the potential risk, the OUTBREAK/infectious disease outbreaks, the incidence of food poisoning, and other health problems; and b.  dissemination of information, namely the delivery of analysis results to stakeholders in order to early vigilance, preparedness, and response to the occurrence of disease and other health problems.
Article 5 the main control Elements of environmental risk factors as mentioned in article 2 paragraph (2) Letter c is composed of sub elements: a. vector control and animal carriers of the disease, i.e., attempts are made to control the vector and the animal disease in the carrier environment, airports, harbors and land-border State; and b.  environmental health inspections, i.e., field monitoring activities to the quality of the media environment through physical examination, examination of samples/specimens, analysis of results, and the submission of suggestions of improvements to the quality of the health of the environment.
Article 6 of the main elements of the health service as referred to in article 2 paragraph (1) the letter d is composed of sub elements: a. basic medical services, namely, medical examination and treatment, emergency medical services, medical support services, as well as action against the perpetrators of the reference travel and Community ports, airports, and cross-border land country; and b.  vaccination and/or prophylactic vaccination, i.e. awarding action and/or preventive medicine against perpetrators of travel and Community ports, airports, and a cross-border ground state.
Article 7 the supporting elements of the resources referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) letter a consists of sub elements: a. financial, i.e. the amount of the State budget and Tax Receipt is not within 1 (one) year budget;
b. human resources administration, i.e. the amount of resources in the administration of the port Health Office environment, either structural or functional officials officials, including part-time employees;
c. land and buildings, that land and buildings are controlled and/or utilized for activities at the port Health Office environment and work areas; and d.  operational means, i.e. the number of operational vehicles to support their health kekarantinaan health surveillance, control, risk factors, and medical services in Port Health Office environment.
Article 8 main elements referred to in article 2 paragraph (1) was given a weighting of 80%, with the following details: a. kekarantinaan of health, with the highest weighting 23% 1.  health surveillance tools, transport of people and goods as well as the Ministry of health documents (20%); and 2.  Quarantine Act (3%).
b. health surveillance, with a value of weighted 12% 1.  reports (8%); and 2.  dissemination of information (4%) c.  control of environmental risk factors, with weights 24% 1.  vector control and animal carriers of the disease (13%); and 2.  environmental health inspection (11%).
d. the Ministry of health, with the highest weighting 18% 1.  basic health services (10%); and 2.  vaccination and prophylactic (8%).
e. technical human resources (3%)

Article 9 Ancillary Items referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) is given a weighting of 20%, with the following details: a. resource, with weighting values 18% 1.  Finance (7%);
2. human resources administration (3%);
3. land and buildings (4%); and 4.  operational means (4%).
b. means of staffing (2%).
Article 10 (1) of the port Health Office of the classification Assessment based on the summation of the entire value of the sub element after it is multiplied by the weighting values referred to in article 8 and article 9.
(2) Data on achievement of each sub items for 1 (one) year converted into standard values through the grouping of data with values ranging from lowest value to highest value 1 to 10.
(3) the details of the default sub elements as referred to in paragraph (2) are listed in Annex I which is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 11 further Provisions regarding the procedures for the assessment of the port Health Office Classification as listed in annex II which are part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.

Article 12 (1) the determination of the classification is based on the amount of the value of the port Health Office obtained based on the assessment referred to in article 11.
(2) the determination of the classification referred to in paragraph (1) was implemented by the Minister of health after consulting with the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of utilization of State apparatus and reform the bureaucracy.
Article 13 based on the amount of the value derived as stipulated in article 12, the port Health Office classified in classes as follows: a. the port Health Office of the class I;
b. Port Health Office class II;
c. Port Health Office Class III; and d.  The Port Health Office Of The Class IV.
Article 14 (1) total value for each class of the port Health Office as stipulated in article 13 are defined as follows: a. the port Health Office of the class I, with a value of more than and equal to 0.70 (> 0.70);
b. Port Health Office class II, with a value of up to 0.40 0.69 (0.40 – 0,69);
c. Port Health Office class III, with a value of up to 0.20 0.39 (0.20 – 0.39); and d.  The port Health Office of the class IV, with a value of 0.10 until 0.19 (0.10 – 0,19).
(2) the port Health Office Against with a total value of less than 0.10 (article 15 (1) the evaluation of the port Health Office of the classification is carried out annually by the Directorate-General which has duties and responsibilities in the areas of disease control and environmental health.
(2) the results of the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (1) be a consideration to change the classification of the Health Office of the harbour.
Article 16 at the time of this Ministerial Regulation entered into force, the decision of the Minister of health the number 264/Menkes/SK/III/2004 regarding the Classification Criteria of the port Health Office, revoked and declared no longer valid.

Article 17 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on January 22, 2001 the MINISTER of HEALTH of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, NAFSIAH MBOI Enacted in Jakarta on February 4, 2006 MINISTER OF JUSTICE and HUMAN RIGHTS of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();