Assistance with Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
OSHA requires that employers document health and safety risks in the workplace. In order to do that, an employer must conduct a job safety analysis. In addition, the employer must document the actions taken to reduce the risks identified.
At the Institute for Environmental Assessment Inc. (IEA), our consultants help employers complete job safety analysis projects. IEA, a health and safety consulting firm founded in 1984, serves organizations throughout the United States from its offices in Minnesota and Nebraska. Clients include school districts, hospitals, commercial and industrial entities and government agencies.
Contact us toll-free to learn more about job safety analysis and our firm. Call us at 800.233.9513.
Performing a job safety analysis
The experienced consultants at IEA use their years of experience in the field to conduct a thorough job safety analysis—one that will result in a comprehensive report and a list of action items if needed. This process includes:
- Identify the steps required to perform a specific task or job
- Name the current and potential hazards related to each step, including:
- Describe actions that reduce or eliminate the risks of injury or illness arising from workplace hazards. Such actions may include changing work processes, modifying equipment, installing machinery guards, modifying the work environment, requiring the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) or changing productivity standards.
Our experienced safety consultants are also seasoned project managers who can oversee any construction or installation required to address safety hazards identified through a job safety analysis.
To discuss a job safety analysis for your organization, contact IEA toll-free. Call 800.233.9513.