JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA)

The course duration is 1 day.

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Service Description

Any supervisor, HSE representative, or any personnel working in supervisory level in an industrial construction or Oil & Gas operation. Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a procedure which helps integrate accepted safety and health principles and practices in to a particular task or job operation. In a JSA each basic step of the job is identify potential hazards and to recommend the safest way to do the job. Other terms used to describe this procedure are Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) AND Job Hazard Breakdown. This course will help identify the hazards in any given operation – task and will set the proper procedures to accomplish the operation safely, effciently and effectively without causing any damages to the environment on injury to personnel or loss ofequipment. This course will cover the four key components of a JSA which includes selecting the job to be analysed, breaking the job in to sequence of steps, identifying the potential hazards, and determining the preventive measure to overcome these hazards.  Introduction to JSA  Understand the benefits of a JSAs  Identify the basic steps involved in conducting a job safety analysis.  Understand the purpose and function  Identify requirements for a successful JSA process  Identify roles and responsibilities of personnel attending the JSA  Describe a broad range of work-related hazards, including working at heights, ergonomic, chemical and biological, ergonomic, etc.  Understand and apply hazard control options, including engineering, administrative and personal protective equipment.  Highlight the opportunities to integrate JSA information into Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), Accident Investigations, Workplace Inspections, etc.  Criteria for selecting tasks

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