Job Safety Analysis and Planned Task Observation HSE - 08-24
All employers have duty of care to individuals, staff, contractors or third parties in the workplace. It is also a legal requirement that organizations should document any health and safety risks that have been identified in the workplace. Equally, it is necessary to record the actions taken to reduce those risks
Job Safety Analysis is the term given to the exercise of identifying risks to health and safety in the workplace, and documenting the control measures taken to manage those risks. It is not a trivial task. It requires knowledge, consistency and stringent application.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify SHE hazards and risks related to specific tasks and areas in which these tasks are performed
- Evaluate the frequency and the exposure of hazards and risks
- Know the various risk categories and how to complete a job safety analysis matrix
- Know how to develop a critical task inventory (risk profile on tasks)
- Understand the requirements related to Ohsas18001 element 4.3.1, HIRA DC
- Plan and schedule Planned Task Observations
- Do planned task observation
- Make meaningful recommendations to improve the hazards and risks
- All employees
- All team leaders
- All supervisory staff
- All contractors and sub contractors
- All safety officers ( also for licensee scheme/option)
- Internal trainers, training personnel conducting induction courses
Duration: Two days
- Terminology related to task analysis
- How to develop a critical task inventory
- Using a task analysis matrix to determine task criticality
- Planning and scheduling observations.
- Observation and coaching techniques.
- Development of written safe work procedures.
- 10 practical steps to conduct Job Safety Analysis and Planned Task Observations.
- Developing and following up on corrective actions.
- Industry related case studies using multimedia and practical workshops..
- Useful tools and templates.