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Job Safety Analysis - JSA Templates

Job Safety Analysis templates for conducting effective JSA’s in your workplace

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Published October 19th, 2020

What does JSA Mean?

JSA is an abbreviation term for Job Safety Analysis. It is a systematic technique of analyzing potential hazards for each task needed for a job. It helps integrate accepted health and safety protocols into a particular organizational operation to implement the safest way to complete the job.

What is a Job Safety Analysis Template?

A JSA template or Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) form is a useful tool for observing and breaking down high-risk tasks into individual steps and recommending controls. Supervisors and employees work together in accomplishing JSA templates to ensure that both have a good understanding of the hazards and come up with safety measures.

In this article we will discuss the following:

What a job safety analysis consists of

The process of job safety analysis typically involves four steps: (1) choosing the appropriate job to analyze; (2) breaking a job down into smaller tasks and observing a worker performing each task; (3) identifying the potential hazards and risk for each task; and (4) setting preventive measures and controls to prevent identified hazards.

Following the 4 steps for conducting a job safety analysis, a job analysis template consists of the following sections:

Job task being assessed

The supervisor or safety officer will describe the job and identify the workers observed during the analysis.

Hazards and safety measures

The observer will determine the potential hazard for each task being performed and come up with control measures to minimize or eliminate the hazard.

Recommendations

Recommendations on how each task can be accomplished safely will be recorded on the JSA and submitted for review and implementation.

JSA Form with iAuditor

iAuditor JSA Form

How do I Use a Job Safety Analysis Form with iAuditor?

Traditional JSA forms are printed on paper and are susceptible to damage and loss. Capturing photo evidence and collating all relevant information may take up a lot of time and effort to put in one document to create job safety analysis reports. The hassle of organizing documents and repetitive works can be avoided using iAuditor by SafetyCulture.

iAuditor is a digital safety inspection app that is widely used all over the world. It can be used to perform JSA inspections using mobile devices and capture photos of the task steps and hazards to generate JSA reports in one app. With iAuditor, safety officers can:

  • complete JSA inspections anytime, anywhere even if they are offline;
  • capture unlimited photo evidence, annotate, and add notes or comments to further explain the hazards;
  • assign corrective measures to appropriate and authorized persons;
  • set schedule for regular job hazard assessments; and
  • gain overall visibility of employee safety performance.

Author

Erick Brent Francisco

SafetyCulture staff writer

As a staff writer for SafetyCulture, Erick is interested in learning and sharing how technology can improve work processes and workplace safety. Prior to SafetyCulture, Erick worked in logistics, banking and financial services, and retail.