Job Hazard Analysis
Job safety analysis (JSA), also known as job hazard analysis (JHA), is a safety management tool in which the risks or hazards of a specific job in the workplace are identified, and then measures to eliminate or control those hazards are determined and implemented.
The JSA process begins with identification of the potential hazards or risks associated with a particular job. Once the hazards are understood, the consequences of those hazards are then identified, followed by control measures to eliminate or mitigate the hazards.
The end result of a JSA is an easy to understand document that can be shared with workers as part of pre-job and safety meetings, and/or included as part of worker job descriptions. The JSA process can be used to help refine safe work procedures described in safety manuals or standard operating procedures, and the JSA document can serve as a useful tool in training new employees.
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These units of competency are recommended for current Drill and Blast Engineers, Superintendents, Supervisors and Senior Shotfirers wishing to increase both their design and management skills.
Course assessment is by completion of classroom and online components and by assignment submission.
Class size is limited to eight persons on a first come basis.
Course leader is Peter Duniam BE. MPM. Director of Blast Management International with over thirty years industry experience.
5 DAY COURSE
MAY 11-15, 2020
$2,900 per person includes lunch each day, 500 page colour manual and statement of attainment for the completed competencies.
ENQUIRIES & BOOKINGS
Phone (07) 3348 5144
0409 001 186
Note this class is not suitable for persons without comprehensive drill and blast experience in either an engineering or operational role.