A job hazard analysis (JHA) is a process which helps integrate accepted health and safety principles and practices into a particular task or job operation. Our course is designed to teach people to conduct a JHA.
This helps to identify previously undetected hazards, increase job knowledge of those who participate, improve communication between workers and supervisors, and promote safe work behaviours.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Recognize Health and Safety Hazards.
- Identify Contributing Factors.
- Assess Hazards.
- Control Hazards.
- Evaluate the Controls.
- Conduct a JHA.
Participant Manual, test, record of attendance and wall certificate.
Managers, supervisors, workers, JHSC members, and safety representatives
OHSA s. 25, s. 27, s. 28
Continuing Education Credits
BCRSP previously awarded technical hours for BCRSP CM points. See www.bcrsp.ca for CM point criteria.