Report: APP CMHS Project 4

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3.2.2. Job Safety Analysis or Job Hazard Analysis

Sites also have in place processes that allow the development of work procedures or instructions that set the standard for tasks, especially where the sequence of steps, the need for communication or the level of risk indicates that a step-by-step procedure is required.

Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) offers the systematic, formal approach for development of procedures. A defined method for doing JSAs or JHAs should be in place. Managers and supervisors should be responsible for ensuring methods or guidelines are developed for doing the work. This information may be related to maintenance or production tasks. The term Standard Work Procedure (SWP) or similar title is often used to describe the document that provides guidance for work tasks.

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