JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS One-hour Presentation - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Job safety analysis one hour presentation l.jpg
Download
1 / 19

JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS One-hour Presentation Job Safety Analysis The breaking down into its component parts of any method or procedure to determine the hazards connected with each key step and the requirements for performing it safely. Job Safety Analysis Priorities New Jobs Severity Potential

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.

Download Presentation

JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS One-hour Presentation

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Job safety analysis one hour presentation l.jpg

JOB SAFETY ANALYSISOne-hour Presentation


Job safety analysis l.jpg

Job Safety Analysis

The breaking down into its component parts of any method or procedure to determine the hazards connected with each key step and the requirements for performing it safely.


Job safety analysis priorities l.jpg

Job Safety Analysis Priorities

  • New Jobs

  • Severity Potential

  • History of Disabling Injuries

  • Frequency of Accidents


Job safety analysis4 l.jpg

Job Safety Analysis

  • Job means “task”

  • (Changing a tire not auto mechanic)

  • “key” steps

  • too detailed becomes cumbersome

  • not enough detail becomes useless


Break job down into key steps l.jpg

Break job down into key steps

  • making the breakdown so detailed That an unnecessarily large number of steps results

  • making the job breakdown so general that basic steps are not recorded

AVOID


Group activity l.jpg

Group Activity

Job Safety Analysis

“Changing a Flat Tire on an Automobile”


Key steps too many changing a flat tire l.jpg

Key Steps (TOO MANY)Changing a Flat Tire

  • Pull off road

  • Put car in “park”

  • Set brake

  • Activate emergency flashers

  • Open door

  • Get out of car

  • Walk to trunk

  • Put key in lock

  • Open trunk

  • Remove jack

  • Remove Spare tire


Key steps not enough changing a flat tire l.jpg

Key Steps (NOT ENOUGH)Changing a Flat Tire

  • Park car

  • take off flat tire

  • put on spare tire

  • drive away


Key job steps just right changing a flat tire l.jpg

Park car, set brake

remove jack & tire from trunk

loosen lug nuts

jack up car

remove tire

set new tire

jack down car

tighten lug nuts

store tire & jack

Key Job Steps JUST RIGHTChanging a Flat tire


Hazards l.jpg

Parking Car

Struck by Traffic

Removing tire & jack

Back Strain

bang head on trunk

Loosen lug nuts

back/arm strain

slip & fall

Jacking up car

car could fall off jack

Setting new tire

fingers pinched

back strain

Tighten nuts

back strain

slip & fall

Hazards


Work observation l.jpg

Work Observation

  • Select experienced worker(s) who will cooperate and participate in the JSA process.

  • Explain purpose of JSA.

  • Observe the employee performing the job and write down basic steps.

  • Completely describe each step.

  • Note deviations (Very Important!)


Identify hazards and potential accidents l.jpg

Identify Hazards and Potential Accidents

  • Search for Hazards

    • Produced by Work

    • Produced by Environment

  • Repeat job observation as many times as necessary to identify all hazards


Develop solutions l.jpg

Develop Solutions

  • Find a new way to do job

  • Change physical conditions that create hazards

  • Change the work procedure

  • Reduce frequency


New way to do job l.jpg

New way to do job

  • Determine the work goal of the job, and then analyze the various ways of reaching this goal to see which way is safest.

  • Consider work saving tools and equipment.


Change in physical conditions l.jpg

Change in physical conditions

  • Tools, materials, equipment layout or location

  • Study change carefully for other benefits (costs, time savings)


Change in work procedures l.jpg

Change in work procedures

  • What should the worker do to eliminate the hazard

  • How should it be done?

  • Document changes in detail


Reduce frequency l.jpg

Reduce frequency

  • What can be done to reduce the frequency of the job??

  • Identify parts that cause frequent repairs - change

  • Reduce vibration save machine parts


What effects l.jpg

What effects??

  • A job that has been redesigned may affect other jobs or work processes.

  • Check or re-observe the new process once it has been redesigned


Slide19 l.jpg

Job Safety Analysis


  • Login