This webinar will explore the common failures associated with organizing and writing Job Hazard Analysis / Activity Hazard Analysis (JHA - AHA) documents. It will also de-mystify some of the language and concepts in the traditional JHA process, namely the risk assessment calculator.
Objectives of the Presentation
Use of correct technical language and safety terminology, definitions and explanatory / descriptive writing
Common faults - why many JHA´s are rejected on the first submission; how to avoid this failure
Good references and authoritative sources to substantiate your findings on an AHA/ JHA
Key concepts in structuring the JHA process
Authority, responsibility, sign offs and approvals
Competent Person and Qualified Person explained; who does what
Safety training for certain high risk tasks; when to call in an expert trainer
Organization development; employee continuing education
Why Should you Attend
JHA and AHA have become required documents for many contractors on all types of job sites. General contractors and safety managers are increasingly asking for JHA´s on jobs where they believe the increased level of safety assurance is warranted.
Writing an effective JHA/AHA can be challenging. In fact, over half of the JHA´s are rejected for a variety of reasons on their first submission.
This webinar will teach attendees how to properly compose and apply this document. It is a highly valuable tool when performing high hazard or complex tasks where the risk of failure can have severe consequences.
Who will Benefit
Safety Directors, Safety Officers, Safety Managers, Human Resource Personnel, Field Superintendents, Working Foremen, Supervisors, Crew Leaders, Safety Committees, Business Managers, Property Managers, Operations Managers, Project Managers, EHS Managers, Insurance Loss Control Representatives, Risk Managers, Claim Mangers, Military Safety Officers, NAVFAC Personnel - US Army Corp of Engineers, OSHA Personnel, Code Enforcement Officers, Auditors, Inspectors, Technicians, QA/QC Officers