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*Also referred to as Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) 29 CFR 1910.132 December 2009.

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1 *Also referred to as Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) 29 CFR December 2009

2 Ask yourself these questions Can my employees be injured by being exposed to something or by performing this task How can I protect them from a recognized hazard What parts of the body need protecting

3 Why create a JSA 1.Required by OSHA under PPE standard ( (d)(1) and (d)(2) (d)(1) (d)(2) 2.First step in creating a safety program 3.Great training tool 4.Can refer to JSA document later for additional training or discipline

4 Name some hazards the body could be exposed to during a task

5 BurnCutResidue LiftingSlipFalling Object SplashNoise FallAbrasion Bump Inhalation Bruise Flying particles

6 Occupation: Hockey Player Hazard: Fighting Flying Objects Slash Check Body Part: Teeth Head (concussion) Face PPE: Helmet Padding Mouth Guard

7 Injury Sustained Loss of Teeth

8 Mushroom Farm Jobs Loader operatorPeat mixing room Turner operatorFood safety coordinator MaintenancePack Line operator GrowerLine supervisor Assistant growerWash Line – Set probes Scale operator – Set up steamer Shipping manager Water applicatorTractor Trailer operator Truck driverFilling crew bed maker Harvesting foremanBoard turner HarvesterCasing buggy operator Basket catcherCasing leveler SweeperCleanout with shovel Pallet jack operator Welder

9 DepartmentHazard KeyBody Part KeyPPE Required Key 1. Cuta. HeadA. Hard Hat Job Title2. Abrasionb. FaceB. Chemical goggles 3. Burnc. Eye(s)C. Safety glasses 4. Falld. Ear(s)D. Ear plugs 5. Falling Objecte. RespiratoryE. Ear muffs Location of job6. Noise SystemF. Body harness Duties7. Flying particlesf. TrunkG. Gloves 8. Inhalationg. Arm(s) (list type) 9. Bumph. Hand(s) 10. Liftingi. Finger(s)H. Shoes/boots Analysis done by11. Bruisej. Leg(s) (list type) 12. Slipk. Feet/footI. Respirator 13. Splashl. Toe(s) (list type) 14. Residuem. Back 15. Othern. OtherJ. 1st Other o. Other Date K. 2nd Other L. 3rd Other M. 4th Other Activities/TasksPotential HazardsBody Part(s)PPE Required

10 For each job performed create a JSA Job Title:Water applicator Location of job duties:Whole farm Analysis done by:Bobby Clark Date:4/29/2010

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12 Department Job Title: Water applicator Location of job Duties: Whole Farm Analysis done by Bobby Clark Date 4/29/2010

13 Activities/TasksPotential HazardsBody Part(s)PPE Required Mixing Chemical8, 13b, c, e, gB, G (rubber), I Apply water to bed12, 13f, g, h, j, kG (rubber), H, K Water top bed4, 12, 13a, f, g, h, j, kH, J, K Carry water hose10, 13, 14m, g, hG (rubber), K Putting Chemical away14 hG (rubber)

14 DepartmentHazard KeyBody Part KeyPPE Required Key 1. Cuta. HeadA. Hard Hat Job Title2. Abrasionb. FaceB. Chemical goggles 3. Burnc. Eye(s)C. Safety glasses 4. Falld. Ear(s)D. Ear plugs 5. Falling Objecte. RespiratoryE. Ear muffs Location of job6. Noise SystemF. Body harness Duties7. Flying particlesf. TrunkG. Gloves 8. Inhalationg. Arm(s) (list type) 9. Bumph. Hand(s) 10. Liftingi. Finger(s)H. Shoes/boots Analysis done by11. Bruisej. Leg(s)Rubber boots 12. Slipk. Feet/footI. Respirator 13. Splashl. Toe(s) Fungicide cartridge 14. Residuem. Back 15. Othern. OtherJ. 1st Other o. Other Ladder Date K. 2nd Other Long Sleeved shirt L. 3rd Other M. 4th Other Activities/TasksPotential HazardsBody Part(s)PPE Required

15 Activities/TasksPotential HazardsBody Part(s)PPE Required Cutting1, 3, 5, 7c, g, h, i, j, k, lC, L (welders gloves) G (leather) H (welders steel toe shoes) J (fire retardant clothing) Welding and repairs3, 5, 7, 8c, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, lC, L (welders gloves) H (welders steel toe shoes) I, J, K Grinding and chipping1, 7b, c, i,C, G (leather)

16 JSA XYZ Mushroom Farm DepartmentHazard KeyBody Part KeyPPE Required Key 1. Cuta. HeadA. Hard Hat Job Title2. Abrasionb. FaceB. Chemical goggles 3. Burnc. Eye(s)C. Safety glasses Welder4. Falld. Ear(s)D. Ear plugs 5. Falling Objecte. RespiratoryE. Ear muffs Location of job6. Noise SystemF. Body harness Duties7. Flying particlesf. TrunkG. Gloves 8. Inhalationg. Arm(s) (list type) Shop and all plants9. Bumph. Hand(s) 10. Liftingi. Finger(s)H. Shoes/boots Analysis done by11. Bruisej. Leg(s)Welders steel toe shoes 12. Slipk. Feet/footI. Respirator Sam Wilson13. Splashl. Toe(s) 14. Residuem. Back 15. Othern. OtherJ. 1st Other o. OtherFire Retardant clothing Date K. 2nd Other Welders Apron 4/29/2010 L. 3rd Other welders gloves M. 4th Other Activities/TasksPotential HazardsBody Part(s)PPE Required Cutting1, 3, 5, 7c, g, h, i, j, k, lC, L (welders gloves) G (leather) H (welders steel toe shoes) J (fire retardant clothing) Welding and repairs3, 5, 7, 8c, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, lC, L (welders gloves) H (welders steel toe shoes) I, J, K Grinding and chipping1, 7b, c, i,C, G (leather)

17 Better to prevent hazard than to use PPE – Work place practices: eliminate the hazard by eliminating the job or not using humans in the process – Engineering Controls: make a water nozzle have a longer handle to water top bed instead of climbing a ladder. – Control the hazard: guard rails or machine guarding essentially putting a barrier between user and hazard – Use PPE


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