Job Hazard Analysis

Affiliation: PDO
Duration: 2 days

Course Aim:

Jobs have potential for serious adverse effects on life, asset or reputation there is a history of adverse incident effects routine jobs are undertaken in unusual circumstances new technologies, equipment, materials or work processes are applied for the first timenon-routine jobs are performed the effectiveness of work processes need to be evaluated  

Individuals drawn from diverse managerial and operational expertise e.g. departmental managers, supervisors and foreman, operators of equipment or machinery 

HSE Advisors and or technical specialists to achieve ownership of and commitment to safe working practices by all organisational stakeholders 

 Identify and communicate potential hazards and risks define and apply risk control measures, eliminate or control potential hazard to reduce risks to as low as is reasonably practicable (ALARP) 

Course Content:

  • What is a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
  • Job, Hazard, Risk, Near miss & Accident
  • Unsafe Act/Condition
  • Types of Hazards in the Workplace
  • Conduct JHA Preventive Measures
  • Safe Job Procedure
  • Carry a Job Hazard Analysis

Who Should Attend?

Managers, supervisors, and workers who deal with hazards