Employers are responsible for ensuring the health and safety of their employees. This includes informing employees of workplace hazards, providing the equipment necessary to safeguard health and safety, and establishing proper health and safety procedures and practices. Therefore, they have an obligation to assess health and safety risks and to develop safety procedures that will eliminate or mitigate these risks before an employee is required to carry out work. This course outlines job safety analysis (JSA) as a method of identifying potential hazards and developing safe work practices to prevent injuries, illnesses, property damages and other losses.
The specific objectives of this Training Job Safety Analysys (JSA) were to help you to :
Understand the concept of job safety analysis and;
Understand the methods of identifying potential hazards and applicable preventive measures.
What is a Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
How to Perform a Job Safety Analysis
How and When to Use Job Safety Analysis
Ways ofworking withchemicals
P3K chemical accident
Protective equipment laboratory
The use ofthe correct equipment
Analysis and synthesis
SOP analysis equipment
Effect ofchemicals onhealth
Follow Up and Review of a job Safety Analysis
WHO SHOULD ATTENDED
Training Job Safety Analysys (JSA) are aimed at the workers, managers and supervisors, members of health and safety committees, and health and safety representatives. Health and safety professionals will find this publication a practical tool for workplace training sessions on health and safety programs and policies.
Ir. In Jumanda Kasdadi, MT/ Team
S1 in Chemical Engineering ITB, 1993
S2 in Chemical Engineering ITB, 1997
Instructor in In-house Training and Public Training :