1.06 Job Safety Analysis
Vice President of Business Affairs
Office of Environmental, Health, Safety & Hazardous Waste
- A job safety analysis (JSA) is a process where each step in a job or process is determined, hazards identified in each step, and corrective or protective measures determined to counter the hazards. JSA’s are developed only if a serious accident or death has occurred.
- The Job Safety Analysis will be developed by the department supervisor or his/her designee. EHS / HW Officer is available for consultation.
- A standard form will be used to record the information (Section 7 – Forms).
- Completed JSA’s will be shared with affected employees
- Safety rules and procedures will be revised to accommodate the new plan as necessary. Job Safety Analysis for specific job tasks can be obtained from your immediate supervisor.
- Job Safety Analyses will be maintained in the department creating them and will be readily accessible to the employees.
- Job Safety Analyses will be reevaluated on an annual basis or any time negative trends are discovered in accident/injury analysis, and upon new equipment/procedures being introduced in the workplace.
Steps in Developing JSA
- Select the job
- Perform the analysis
- Select a person or persons to perform the analysis
- Brief the employee demonstrating the task in the purpose of Job Safety Analysis.
- Observe the performance of the job, breaking it into basic steps.
- Record and describe each step.
- Review the breakdown.
- Identify the hazards.
Issue Date: 02/27/04
Review Date: 03/15/2021
Revision NO: 2.0
Revision Date: 06/19/2019
Revision Note: Revisions made under Purpose