job safety analysis


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job safety analysis

[¦jäb ¦sāf·tē ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(industrial engineering)
A method of studying a job by breaking it down into its components to determine any possible hazards it may involve and the qualifications needed by those who perform it.
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Job Safety Analysis Example: Hazard/Mitigation/ Step Hazard Elimination Use of pry bar Sudden release of Push with pry bar at waist to dislodge suction connection to chest level.
The job safety analysis identifies potential pitfalls within a job by taking a step-by-step approach to looking at how the job is done, while an ergonomic analysis matches aging workers to a job and work environment that accommodates their needs and limitations.
Public Training schedule can be conducted with minimum three participants are including but not limited to: Safety Awareness, SMK3 Awareness, Basic First Aid, Advanced First Aid, Behavior Based Safety, H2S Awareness, Gas Testing Awareness, Forklift Safety, Rigging safety awareness, Hazard identification, Risk Assessment, Job Safety Analysis, Bloodborne pathogen, ISO 9001 awareness, ISO 14001 awareness, Accident investigation, BNSP certification and many more.
Job Safety Analysis (ISA) and Job Hazard Analysis (IIIA) are two terms for the same thing.
job safety analysis is a very effective tool because it allows an organization to identify problems that were overlooked during equipment and plant design, and helps to identify hazards that may have developed during production.
The physician should be familiar with job descriptions and/or a job safety analysis book.
The program utilizes a Job Safety Analysis (JSA), daily safety meetings, safety equipment, and an intense safety training prior to working on the job site.
Sample topics of the programs were Pick-Lights (an electrical safety program), job safety analysis (JSA), and personal protective equipment (PPE).