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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS. COURSE OBJECTIVES. Understand the benefits of JSAs Understand the purpose and function Know the developmental process Determine when to develop Identify responsibilities. DEFINITION.

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Course objectives
COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the benefits of JSAs

  • Understand the purpose and function

  • Know the developmental process

  • Determine when to develop

  • Identify responsibilities


Definition
DEFINITION

  • JSA: A systematic method of identifying hazards & control measures to safely perform a specific task.


Benefits of jsas
BENEFITS OF JSAs

  • Training of new employees

  • Accident investigation tool

  • Supervisor evaluation tool

  • Consistency in training

  • Injury reduction


The process
THE PROCESS

  • JSA:

    • Breaking down a job into steps

    • Identifying safety hazards at each step

    • Developing safe job procedures for each step


Jsa procedure
JSA PROCEDURE

  • STEP 1:

    • Select the job

      • Removing items from the upper shelves in the store room.


Jsa procedure1
JSA PROCEDURE

  • STEP 2:

    • Perform the Analysis

      • Place ladder in proper position

      • Step on ladder

      • Retrieve item from stock shelf

      • Step down from ladder


Job safety analysis

PROCEDURE Cont’d

  • STEP 3:

    • IDENTIFY HAZARDS

      • Dropping the ladder

      • Fall from ladder

      • Slipping from ladder while carrying a load

      • Slipping or falling from ladder


Procedure cont d
PROCEDURE Cont’d

  • STEP 4:

    • DEVELOP SOLUTIONS

      • Make sure base of ladder is stable. Get someone to hold the ladder to insure stability

      • Maintain balance by holding onto back of ladder. Step up on ladder one rung at a time

      • Maintain firm grip on ladder while reaching item with other hand. Do not over extend reach.

      • Step down slowly. If necessary, hand item to another person. Move down one rung at a time. Maintain balance.


Procedure cont d1
PROCEDURE Cont’d

  • STEP 5:

    • Conduct a Follow-up Analysis

      • Supervisors should observe employees as they perform at least one job per month for which a JSA have been completed to determine if employees are following the job procedures as developed on the JSA.


Procedure cont d2
PROCEDURE Cont’d

  • STEP 6:

    • Use of the Job Safety Analysis

      • The JSA provides a learning opportunity for supervisor and employees.

      • New employees should be trained using the JSA.

      • JSA used for training on infrequent task performed by employees.

      • The JSA is an incident/accident investigation tool. If a JSA has been completed on a task in which an incident/accident has occurred, the JSA should be reviewed & modified as needed.


Procedure cont d3
PROCEDURE Cont’d

  • STEP 7:

    • Recordkeeping

      • JSA should be maintained in the department where they were created.

      • JSA should be readily accessible to employees.

      • Maintain inventory list of JSA’s that have been developed. The JSA list should include the name of task, date the JSA was completed & the date the JSA was last revised.


Review jsas
REVIEW JSAs...

  • During an accident/incident investigation process

  • Prior to conducting training

  • When work processes are changed or modified

JSAs


Questions

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