Job Safety Analysis
- Identify the primary elements of job safety analysis, including its benefits and goals.
- Define what jobs should be analyzed, what a job step is, and what should be included in a job step.
- Identify sources for defining job steps.
- Recognize how to conduct a direct observation, how to analyze job steps, and how to identify potential hazards as part of job safety analysis.
- List the types of things that may create potential hazards and recognize how to record potential hazards.
- Explain how to develop recommended procedures and control measures.
- Identify examples of recommended actions, including questions to ask when developing procedures and control measures.
- Recognize ways to limit or reduce hazards that cannot be eliminated.
You will learn about Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and why it's important, how to define job steps and identify potential hazards, and the ways in which risks or hazards identified during JSA can be reduced or eliminated.
- 11 minutes
- English, Spanish
- Purpose and Benefits
- Define Job Steps
- Identify Potential Hazards
- Recommended Procedures and Control Measures