A hazard analysis employs various techniques to identify possible job or task-related risks before they occur. It involves analyzing every stakeholder or component for a particular task – the workers, the machines or tools, the working environment, and the task itself. The core objective of this practice is not just identifying existing hazards, but also eliminating conditional and operational changes that create the hazards.
In this whitepaper, you will learn:
- What to include before, during, and after a hazard analysis for the greatest success
- By viewing an example of an effective job hazard analysis workflow
- How to simplify the process
This whitepaper was co-written by the safety thought leader, Tim Page-Bottorff CSP, CIT.