Job Hazard Analysis
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) is a proven process for controlling operating hazards and costs. The JHA is a participatory process, requiring input, feedback and cooperative effort for line employees, supervisors and upper management. This 4 hour seminar provides participants with a step-by-step overview of the JHA process, and examines the participant’s role in the JHA. This class is taught through lecture, demonstrations and workshops. Attendees analyze sample work tasks to familiarize themselves with the basic elements of the JHA process, including:
- Breaking the job task into components
- Identifying hazards inherent in task performance
- Specifying hazard controls
The objectives of the class are:
- Identify in specific work tasks and operating procedures that reduce personal injuries and operating costs
- Prepare an action plan for implementing a JHA program
- Teach others to execute their roles in the JHA process
This class benefits safety committee members, safety professionals, team leaders, managers, human resource personnel, and those who need an overview of job hazard analysis in order to participate knowledgeably in the JHA process
Member Price: Open Class: $125 per person
Private Class: $105 per person for 10 or more
Non-member Price: Open Class: $225 per person
Private Class: $200 per person for 10 or more
To schedule a private class please contact Callie Cordoba, Operations Manager at 708-449-8600x214.
Note: Contributor pricing is for any contractor or contractor employee that contributes to the Chicagoland Construction Safety Council with a penny per hour (or more) contribution through the various building trade unions or trade associations in Chicago. These include Bricklayers, Carpenters, Cement Masons, Electricians, Glaziers, Iron Workers, Laborers, Mechanical Contractors (members of MCA), Plasterers, Operating Engineers, Sheet Metal Workers, Teamsters, Technical Engineers, and Tuckpointers.