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job safety Analysis (JSA) form
Job safety analysis (JSA), also known as job hazard analysis (JHA), activity hazard analysis (AHA) or risk assessment (RA), is a safety management tool in which the risks or hazards of a specific job in the workplace are identified, and outlines measurs to eliminate or control those hazards. More specifically, a job safety analysis is a process of systematically evaluating certain jobs, tasks, processes or procedures and eliminating or reducing the risks or hazards to as low as reasonably practical (ALARP) in order to protect workers from injury or illness. The JSA process is documented and the JSA document is used in the workplace or at the job site to guide workers in safe job performance. The JSA document is also a living document that is adjusted as conditions warrant.
forklift inspection form
The proper operation of powered industrial trucks (forklifts) is essential for safety in the workplace and is mandated by both federal and state regulations. Current regulations require the training and authorization of individuals to operate forklifts to ensure the safety of the workplace through a training and qualification program.
As part of the required training, OSHA also requires that all forklifts be examined at least daily before being placed in service. Forklifts used on a round-the-clock basis must be examined after each shift.
The operator should conduct a pre-start visual check with the key off and then perform an operational check with the engine running. The forklift should not be placed in service if the examinations show that the vehicle may not be safe to operate.
Tailgate Safety Form
The purpose of the tailgate meeting is to discuss the day’s work activities and allow employees to share any safety issues or concerns prior to starting work. These talks are typically a brief five or ten minutes of interactive discussion on safety related topics of the day. Many groups will assign a foreman or lead person to run and lead these discussions to ensure all personnel involved in the days activities contribute and acknowledge the safety topics discussed.
This form is also a good tool to use in conjuction with the JSA, and can assits in modifying the JSA when a change in work happens, or a safety procedure on the job site needs to be modiifed. The tailgate safety form can help identify changes in scope and safety conditions.