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  1. J S A HIGHLIGHTS

  2. JSA’S ARE USED FOR: • Accident Investigations • A tool to analyze jobs/procedures • Define job steps • Identify hazards to reduce/eliminate them • Identify safe practices • Evaluate process design/equipment layout • Training tool (new hires/review) • Transitional work/Job description • Help profitability Division of Safety & Hygiene

  3. WHO DEVELOPS A JSA? • Anyone knowledgeable of the job • Managers • Supervisors • Team Leaders • Employees • The best choice is the “expert” Division of Safety & Hygiene

  4. PRIORITIZE (IF BEGINNING A JSA SYSTEM FOR THE FIRST TIME) • First priority jobs are those with high accident frequency • Second priority jobs are those with severe injury or high loss • Third priority jobs are those with potential to cause severe injury or high loss • Fourth priority jobs are new jobs without accident history (new equipment/procedures, changes from modifications on new/old equipment) Division of Safety & Hygiene

  5. DEVELOPING THE JSA • Develop the job steps first • Identify the hazards second • Recommend safe procedures third Division of Safety & Hygiene

  6. POTENTIAL HAZARDS (Give special attention to FATALITY causes) • Striking Objects • Falls • Burns • Exertion • Electrocution • Caught • Vehicle Accidents • Asphyxiation Division of Safety & Hygiene

  7. MY FIRST JSA ITEM • (Job Step) Pre-job discussion • (Potential Hazard) Misuse of equipment can result in damage to equipment, property, and/or injury to operator and bystanders • (Safe Procedure) Discuss safe procedures, only authorized and properly trained person’s may perform this job Division of Safety & Hygiene

  8. MY LAST JSA ITEM • (Job Step) Clean up the immediate work area and maintain good housekeeping • (Potential Hazards) Improper housekeeping could cause slip’s, trip’s, fall’s, and striking objects • (Safe Procedure) Ensure good housekeeping is maintained and put all tools/equipment in their proper place Division of Safety & Hygiene

  9. JSA TITLE EXAMPLES • Operation of Air Compressor • TIG Welding • Confined Space Entry (Alternate Entry, PRCSE) • Elevated Work (above 6’) • Forklift Operation (Moving 55 gal. Drums) • Operation of Aerial Lift • Operation of Mechanical Press (#3) • Operation of Pedestal Grinder • Changing the Horizontal Band-saw Blade Division of Safety & Hygiene

  10. COMPLETED JSA • Review each step to see if the job efficiency can be improved without compromising safety • Have upper management review and/or approve the JSA • Ensure each job step has a corresponding “potential hazard” and a “safe procedure” • Keep the JSA’s accessible for all employees at anytime Division of Safety & Hygiene

  11. COMPLETED JSA (con’t) • Training (new/refresher) • Review • Laminate & post at the job site/on equipment if possible • Notebook (remember to keep them current) • Video tape Division of Safety & Hygiene

  12. NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT! • Nothing you will do today at work or anywhere, is so important that you should risk your personal safety, or the safety of others, to accomplish it. • YOUR FAMILY IS COUNTING ON YOU! Division of Safety & Hygiene