- Assists with documenting hazards when arriving on site
- Assists with day to day hazard identification
- Instant Download delivered via email
- You must have Microsoft Word to use this form
- Reusable and customisable template, add your own logo
- List the job steps that are involved in the activity
- Identify any potential hazards in each job step and write these down next to each task
- Determine the risk level for each hazard using the Risk Assessment Matrix
- Document control measures by pinpointing solutions that either eliminate or minimise the risk of injury for each hazard identified
- Monitor and re-assess
- To include all employees involved in the activity when completing the JSA
- Train all persons involved in the activity to ensure they are aware of the hazards
- Document Sample
The ability to load it up into iAuditor has improved productivity and the ultimate goal of getting them done. When completed they are emailed to all appropriate persons, then and there.
Our organisation was using a cumbersome JSA template which was incorporated a complex risk assessment matrix. SafetyCulture's template is consistent with the risk assessment matrix used in the SWMS template which creates consistency across our WHS documents.
This generic JSA format would be an advantage to any worker conducting work activities and has a good guidance cover sheet, how ever it falls short of identifying who is monitoring the controls in place and ensuring that they remain effective, if anything the persons who complete and are involved in contributing to this form must really understand how to identify hazards and their associated risks through formal recognised training. Other than that its better than some JSA's available
Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
Change is inevitable, especially when conditions can change significantly within the day-to-day operations of a work site. Where there is change, the need to continuously monitor conditions is paramount in reducing risk.
Undertaking a JSA prompts those involved in the work task/activity to consider their work environment carefully and assess the risks of the job prior to starting work.
A JSA should be completed prior to commencing works on site and upon arrival to site each day, with the purpose of identifying site-specific hazards that weren’t present the day before.
A JSA should be completed prior to the development of your SWMS.
Tip: The hazards and control measures identified in the JSA can be used in preparing a Safe Work Method Statement of the work activity, with content transferred onto your SWMS.