Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Template Pad Form

Do you need to perform Job Safety Analysis (JSA)  in your workplace to comply with the new legislation? The changes in the Health & Safety at work act of 2015 kick in, in 2016 which mean more reporting and paperwork.

This can prove stressful when you and your team are already busy and have a full time jobs and the last thing you want to be doing is messing around on the internet for 30 minutes every time you do a JSA looking for all the things you need to say and do to comply with the new legislation. Then there is the extra time and messing around with changing printer cartridges and buying paper so you printing things out - and really getting your head in the game when it comes to paperwork.

Job Safety Analysis (JSA) PadWouldn’t it be great if you could...

  • Spend the smallest amount of time possible on reporting and product high quality JSA’s
  • Have everything you need to perform a JSA at your fingertips.
  • Document your chosen control measures at record speed to help show you have met your legal obligations.
  • Have all of your records in one place to track what has been done and what is planned;
  • Keep your business running smoothly with effective record-keeping can save time and money.

If you answered yes to any of the above then you need our Job Safety Analysis Pad.

It comes with 50 sheets and all you have to do is follow the instructions and fill in the boxes as it guide you through a JSA. You can also buy refills here

How and when to complete a Job Safety Analysis Sheet?

Job Safety Analysis (JSA) simply means looking at the work task and considering what is the safest way to complete it. A JSA is similar to a Task Analysis but brings the risk factor into play. It is a way of becoming aware of the hazards/risks involved in doing the job and taking action to prevent unintended consequences including; injury, loss of productivity, damage to property, reputation, environmental or financial loss. The process is suitable for different trades and different tasks, and does not require enormous amounts of time or use endless pieces of paper.

Initial benefits from developing a JSA will become clear in the preparation stage. The analysis process may identify previously undetected hazards and increase the job knowledge of those performing that task. Safety and health awareness is raised and it can help improve communication between workers and supervisors.

What are the five basic stages in performing a JSA:

  1. Selecting the job to be analysed
  2. Breaking the job down into a sequence of steps
  3. Identifying potential hazards and give the step a risk rating
  4. Determining preventive measures to overcome these hazards
  5. Monitor and Review

Who needs to fill in the JSA Form?

It should be done by all workers who are doing the job and at the time of undertaking the work, not just the principal contractor or supervisor.

Three Reasons to use a Job Safety Analysis worksheet

  • A JSA can serve as a teaching aid for initial job training and as a briefing guide for infrequent jobs.
  • It provides a written record of the process to be used to proceed on a job. It is a record that can be used in court, so it should be signed off by the parties who have responsibility for the tasks and others who may be affected
  • Management processes must be in place to ensure workers have the skills to complete the job, and that there is the required level of supervision to ensure the jobs are completed as documented.

Are you struggling to keep up with the amount of reporting and paperwork you need to complete to comply with health and safety at work act? Need a Job Safety Analysis Form? 

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