Job Safety Analysis
Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is proactive assessment tool used by companies to review job methods and uncover hazards.
Its purpose is to identify, analyze, and record the steps involved in performing a specific job, the existing or potential safety and health hazards associated with each step, and to recommend actions to eliminate or reduce the hazard.
This program trains your employees on the proper method of conducting a Job Safety Analysis. Topics covered include:
- What is a Job Safety Analysis
- Conducting the Analysis
- Types of Hazards to Consider
- Breaking Down the Job
- Developing Hazard Reduction Steps
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