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Standing TSA/Addendum Process. Importance of TSAs. Why are TSAs important? Planning safety into the job minimizes surprises and slow downs, thereby improving productivity The TSA is the crew’s opportunity to look for and manage hazards associated with their task and their environment

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Standing tsa addendum process

Standing TSA/Addendum Process


Importance of tsas

Importance of TSAs

  • Why are TSAs important?

    • Planning safety into the job minimizes surprises and slow downs, thereby improving productivity

    • The TSA is the crew’s opportunity to look for and manage hazards associated with their task and their environment

    • They are required!


Purpose

Purpose

The TSA/Addendum process is a proactive tool for identifying hazards and eliminating or mitigating them before, during and after the job is performed.

The purpose of the TSA process is to eliminate injuries, accidents and damage.


Standing tsa

Standing TSA


Standing tsa1

Standing TSA


Tsa addendum front

TSA Addendum (Front)

  • Note: It is very important that the entire crew participates in identifying hazards and elimination or mitigation steps!


Tsa addendum form back

TSA Addendum Form (Back)

  • Note: It is very important that the entire crew participates in identifying hazards and elimination or mitigation steps!


Addendum front general information

Addendum FrontGeneral Information

Make sure the general information at the top of the form is complete and correct


Addendum front area hazards to consider

Addendum FrontArea Hazards to Consider

These are examples of types of area hazards to look for. Each hazard listed should be reviewed to see if it is present. If it is present, specifically identify the hazard, perform and document elimination/mitigation steps.


Addendum front area hazards

Addendum FrontArea Hazards

SPECIFIC ACTIONS to get rid of or manage the hazards are listed here

SPECIFIC hazards are listed here

ONLY hazards in your immediate AREA are listed here!

NO!

DO NOT use words like: be aware, watch out, be careful!

UPDATE!


Addendum back update for additional task steps tools and hazards

Addendum BackUpdate For Additional Task Steps, Tools and Hazards

  • The back of the addendum is for tasks* or tools not covered by the standing TSA

  • This is also where any TASK hazards the crew identifies that are not covered by the TSA are listed

    *It is better to use a standing TSA for a task, if there is one, since it covers the task, hazards and mitigations in detail.


Addendum back

Addendum Back

SPECIFIC task steps or tools are listed here

SPECIFIC hazards created by the task or tools are listed here

SPECIFIC actions to get rid of or manage the hazards are listed here

If it is covered on the standing TSA, do not cover it again here. This side is for ADDITIONAL tasks, tools and hazards


Example of a tsa addendum back

Example of a TSA Addendum (Back)


Tsa auditing

TSA Auditing

  • Safety Personnel will perform audits of TSAs.

  • Purpose of TSA audits:

    • Check for effectiveness of the TSA process (identification and elimination or mitigation of task and area hazards)

    • Check for compliance with the TSA policy, including supervisor review.


Jvic tsa audit form

JVIC TSA Audit Form


Jvic tsa audit form guide

JVIC TSA Audit Form Guide

Where no deficiencies are found during an audit, immediate positive verbal recognition will be given

High quality TSAs may be considered for further recognition.

Audit findings will be entered into a database and reports generated weekly.


Company expectations regarding the tsa process

Company expectations regarding the TSA process

Work Crews:

The entire work group must develop, review, and sign the TSA or Standing TSA/ Addendum prior to starting work.

The TSA or Standing TSA/ Addendum must include specific task and area hazards.

All hazards must be eliminated or mitigated prior to starting work.

Update the TSA when job scope and/or conditions change

The TSA or Standing TSA / Addendum must be posted at the job site with the permit.


Company expectations regarding the tsa process1

Company expectations regarding the TSA process

Supervision (general foremen and above):

Actively promote and support the TSA process.

Perform at least one TSA audit daily

Review TSAs on each job site walk, coaching on any deficiencies, and giving positive recognition for good quality TSAs

Ensure foremen have a good understanding of the TSA process.


Company expectations regarding the tsa process2

Company expectations regarding the TSA process

Safety Personnel:

Actively promote and support the TSA process.

Perform at least two TSA audits daily.

Review TSAs on each job site walk, coaching on any deficiencies, and giving positive recognition for good quality TSAs


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