Over the past several weeks we’ve posted several articles on some basic principles for conducting a JSA (or Job Safety Analysis). One final consideration is how to use a JSA in a practical way to raise safety awareness on the job.
One of the best things you can do with a JSA is to use it as a discussion format to conduct an engaging and interactive “hazard hunt” with your work crew. A hazard hunt is, in effect, a “roving” tailgate meeting. Here’s how it works.
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