69A Job Safety Analysis Bayne

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Published on January 7, 2008

Author: Maitane

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Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) for Staff and Students :  Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) for Staff and Students University of California Berkeley Agenda:  Agenda Brief Overview of a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Safety Culture JSA Process for Staff Tour of the Online JSA Library JSA Process for Students Shop Safety Training for Students Video ala “Myth Busters” JSA Purpose:  JSA Purpose Preemptive Injury Investigation Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) centering on actions of personnel Less formal than the industry standard JHA No injury source codes Keyed to the personnel using the JSA Slide5:  1. Stand in front of the saw table Table Saw Fred & Joe Too Late Slide6:  1. Stand in front of the saw table Table Saw Fred & Joe Too Late 1a. Tripping on Debris 1b. Slipping on floor while cutting Slide7:  1. Stand in front of the saw table Table Saw Fred & Joe Too Late 1a. Tripping on Debris 1b. Slipping on floor while cutting 1a-1. Clear the floor 1b-1. Wear non-slip shoes 1b-2. Keep the floor dry. 1b-3. Keep a rubber mat in front of the saw. Slide8:  1. Stand in front of the saw table Table Saw Fred & Joe Too Late 1a. Tripping on Debris 1b. Slipping on floor while cutting 1a-1. Clear the floor 1b-1. Wear non-slip shoes 1b-2. Keep the floor dry. 1b-3. Keep a rubber mat in front of the saw. 1. Use of the saw Slide9:  1. Stand in front of the saw table Table Saw Fred & Joe Too Late 1a. Tripping on Debris 1b. Slipping on floor while cutting 1a-1. Clear the floor 1b-1. Wear non-slip shoes 1b-2. Keep the floor dry. 1b-3. Keep a rubber mat in front of the saw. 1. Use of the saw Eye Protection Hearing Protection Effect of the JSA Program:  Effect of the JSA Program Avoid Injuries and Illnesses Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) compliance Training Worker’s compensation cost reductions Potential liability reduction A tool for EH&S to establish a safety culture in conjunction with staff and students Safety Culture:  Safety Culture Everyone has to feel they are involved Improving safety performance by focusing on the cultural and management systems that influence safety behavior. Using the position of leadership to empower employees at all levels to take responsibility for safety. Basic Principles:  Basic Principles Injuries affect productivity and morale within the department, may include students Time loss increases the load on others with staff Discourages the use of tools by some students Communication regarding safety issues opens communication about other issues. From top to bottom of an organization JSA Process, Staff:  JSA Process, Staff Supervisor or designated person works directly with the operator of a device or process. Manager or Lead as scribe for staff discussing the issue. Department Safety Coordinator as scribe Independent safety professional as scribe or manager of the program JSA Process, Staff:  JSA Process, Staff Staff and scribe on site walking step by step through the operation of equipment or process. Maintenance or safety corrections are recognized Complaints and concerns are heard Communication difficulties are recognized JSA Process, Staff:  JSA Process, Staff Drafts are reviewed by EH&S EH&S discussed revisions with manager and/or staff May include economic engineering negotiations with Manager Staff that may use the equipment or process are trained using the JSA Tailgate or regularly scheduled meeting Documented by a sign-in sheet for IIPP compliance JSA Process, Staff:  JSA Process, Staff Review and alter when there are any changes of equipment process or personnel Factory manuals can be used as a JSAs for training purposes Adequately recognize hazards Documented training JSA Library Website:  JSA Library Website Typical JSAs are stored on-line in the EH&S JSA Library http://www.ehs.berkeley.edu/jsa.html Managers can take a JSA from the website and customize it for the purpose of training staff or students. JSA Process, Students:  JSA Process, Students Two departments are piloting the use of JSAs for students Architecture Art Practices Slide19:  Architecture Shop JSA Effect for Students:  JSA Effect for Students Training for their entry into general industry They graduate with an understanding of safety culture Have an understanding of the authority of OSHA through the enforcement by the mechanicians Oh Yeah, retaining digits is a good idea too. Initial Shop Training, Students :  Initial Shop Training, Students Environmental Engineering (Architecture) One hour One of the first classes in a semester that includes shop work Graphic examples of shop injuries Videos based on “Myth Busters” investigations Includes example of JSAs Basic Safety Introduction to Construction :  Basic Safety Introduction to Construction University of California, Berkeley Environment, Health & Safety University Hall, 3rd floor (510) 642-3073 Gary Bayne, CHST Construction/Industrial Safety Specialist Tim Bean EH&S Training Manager Injury Photographs:  Injury Photographs The following photographs are graphic. Our intent is for you to see the REAL risks associated with working in the Wurster Architecture Shop. Behavior Based Safety:  Behavior Based Safety Positive, worker driven, system of safety observations, feedback, and problem-solving Requires: “Buy In” Open Communication Active Participation Used: Here and Now When Unsafe Observations Are Made Photographs of Spaces:  Photographs of Spaces The following are photographs of the spaces in which you will work and visit. What are the hazards you observe? What controls can you implement? Tell us your stories. Scenarios:  Scenarios Goals To become more aware of the occasional need and responsibility to intervene, in the name of Safety, when peers or co-workers behave in ways that may result in harm to themselves and/or others. To discuss the skills intervening when necessity requires. To discuss ways to foster the acceptance of the ethic of intervention when necessary in the Shop and in the field. Video ala “Myth Busters”:  Video ala “Myth Busters” Table Saw Board.mov Kickback 2x4.mov Router.mov Picture of Student Shop JSAs:  Picture of Student Shop JSAs Picture of Student Shop JSAs:  Picture of Student Shop JSAs Picture of Student Shop JSAs:  Picture of Student Shop JSAs Summary:  Summary All must be involved JSAs are a means of opening communications for safety and often encourage communications regarding other issues. Safety Culture should exist in staff and student communities EH&S Library Link:  EH&S Library Link http://www.ehs.berkeley.edu/jsa.html

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