A Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) is a method of identifying, assessing, and controlling hazards associated with specific jobs or tasks to prevent injuries or illnesses. It involves breaking down jobs into individual steps, identifying potential hazards, assessing their risk levels, establishing control measures, and regularly updating the analysis.
JHAs should be performed before introducing new processes, equipment, or following an accident, as part of regular safety reviews, or if health issues related to specific jobs arise.
JHAs are crucial for maintaining safety, complying with regulations, improving efficiency, providing information for training, and reducing the costs associated with workplace accidents.Open 'Detailed Job Hazard Analysis.
Then assess the risk level (severity and likelihood) with no controls in place using the risk matrix.
Identify how you will control the risk and assess the risk level with controls in place.
Then add new activity step to continue with he JHA.
To enhance efficiency and time management in daily JHA's for recurrent tasks, some clients opt to pre-fill or code in certain fields for activity steps and controls. This way, the worker focuses on documenting site-specific factors and any process variations, instead of repeatedly writing the same controls each day.
Go to app.thinksafe.co.nz then 'Data Entries', 'Feed View', select form, Select 'Export Data'.
Then 'Export' and click to download.
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