Job Safety Analysis: A Step-by-Step, Time-Saving Plan for Getting Them Done Right
Serious safety leaders agree that conducting a Job Safety Analysis for each position in your operation is a good idea … and OSHA recommends you do them under its General Duty Clause
But anyone who's ever conducted and written up a JSA knows how time consuming the process can be. The good news is, there’s a way to simplify JSAs -- and recruit others to share the workload. Using the systematic approach we'll discuss in this 60-minute webinar, you can finally check JSAs off of your "to-do" list.
This program offers two key benefits:
1. You’ll get a step-by-step plan to conduct comprehensive JSAs -- including a sample written JSA you can use as a model -- and
2. You can invite supervisors to listen in so they can learn the process and help shoulder some of the burden.
The many benefits of JSAs and why they're well worth the time and effort
How JSAs contribute to injury reduction as well as improved productivity and morale
How to identify which jobs require a JSA and which do not
Who you should involve in the JSA process
The specific steps you should follow to perform an effective JSA (through a series of real-world examples)
How to develop and implement a written JSA program
Those who put off JSA's often do so because the process can seem overwhelming. This program will give you the step-by-step guidance to finally get it done.
Sal Caccavale is a Certified Professional Environmental, Health and Safety Auditor. Mr. Caccavale has instructed environmental, safety and industrial hygiene courses for the Community College of Beaver County in Western Pennsylvania and the University of Medicine and Dentistry (Rutgers University) in Piscataway, New Jersey. He is currently serving as the Vice President of the National Safety Council's (NSC) Business and Industry Division and sits on the NSC Board of Directors.
Mr. Caccavale has professional association with the Environmental and Transportation Practices of American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA). He has authored "A Basic Guide to RCRA: Understanding Solid and Hazardous Waste" published by the ASSE. His article "A Guide to the Hazardous Waste Regulations" published in "Professional Safety" won a technical writing award in 2000. He is also the recipient of the National Safety Council's Distinguished Service to Safety Award (DSSA).Mr. Caccavale serves on the Editorial Advisory Boards of both the National Safety Council's periodical "Safety and Health" and the ASSE's periodical "Professional Safety."
Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost.
No travel-related expenses or complications.
The perfect way to train as many employees as you like.
100% Guarantee: If you are dissatisfied, you are entitled to a complete refund.
Audio Conference Formats Explained
CDRom + Transcript (PDF) + Audio CD: $319
CDRom Only: $217
Audio CD Only: $199
Written Transcript Only: $198
Length: 1 hour