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Jan 27, 2017
Job Safety Analysis

A job safety analysis (JSA) is a procedure which helps integrate accepted safety and health principles and practices into a particular task or job operation.

Source: CCOHS

Jan 26, 2017
Job Safety Analysis & Task Training/Análisis De La Seguridad Del Trabajo Y Entrenamiento De Tareas (English/Spanish) (PDF)

Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a very effective process. It is not difficult to learn and it can be applied to any job or task by anyone who knows how to perform that job.

Source: TDI

Feb 01, 2016
Campbell Institute - Elevating EHS Leading Indicators: From Defining to Designing

In this paper, the Campbell Institute provides a closer look at the experiences and history of eight Institute members and partners regarding their journeys to develop and implement leading indicators at their organizations.

Source: Campbell Institute

Apr 01, 2009
OSHAcademy Online Safety Training Course 706: Conducting a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

This free online course addresses preparing to conduct the JHA, list the steps in a procedure, describe the hazards, develop preventative measures, write the safe job procedure and more.

Source: OSH Academy

Feb 01, 2007
Oregon OSHA Safety and Health Program Assessment Resources

SHARP was developed to provide Oregon employers with coaching and direction so that they could learn to more effectively manage workplace safety and health, and in turn, be recognized for their achievement.

Source: Oregon OSHA

Jan 01, 2005
Does it Really Work? How to evaluate safety and health changes in the workplace

Measuring the results of workplace safety and health changes benefits employers and employees because both gain confidence that the change results in a safer workplace.

Source: NIOSH