Job Safety Analysis HSE


For the job safety analysis, it is always recommended to consider all tasks and situations.
HSE Job Safety Analysis Plan

Consider Tasks

Start by considering the working areas and all the tasks, which are carried out in this field. The premises to be considered are the workplace or the areas in control of the department where the employees or other persons may be present.

Identifying Tasks

If an existing task is being assessed the walk around the area is essential even if the team or individual carrying out the assessment is familiar with the task. However, a walk around the task area may not be possible in some cases, for example, tasks involving delivery drivers or maintenance workers. A check must be made for things that are out of the ordinary (e.g. bolts missing, signs of repeated damage, etc.). It is important to consider the unusual situations as well as routine; this should include:
  1. How is the job set up?
  2. Do employees have many problems with the job?
  3. How is maintenance carried out?
  4. How is emergency situation dealt with?

Future Tasks

It is also necessary to monitor and consider future tasks or situations, which involve a change to the existing process or premises or are non-routine. Examples of this type of task are as follows:
  1. Cleaning out a tank or soil.
  2. Installation of the new plant.
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  4. Changes of material or substances used.
  5. Repair of broken plant.

Inventory of Tasks

Once all tasks have been identified as a list, then it can be drawn up of all the tasks carried out in the specific areas. These tasks will be recorded as a numbered list on a general risk assessment form to provide a program.

The form should have the following information:

  • Date of Assessment: The date that the assessment was carried out (or the start and completion date).
  • Assessed by: The name of the assessor or assessment team leader.
  • Location: The site, department or area.
  • Assessment Number: Assessment reference.
  • Task/Premises: A simple description of the task or premises.
  • Review Date: Depending on the risk involved and the type of task.

Consider the Element of the Task

Each task can be broken into its various elements such as:
  • Individual activities
  • Substances and materials
  • Plant, tools, and equipment involved
  • Processes
  • Place where the task is carried out

Recording the Tasks

Once the list of tasks by record keeper has been agreed in accordance with the Risk Management system, the first task to be assessed can be completed and recorded on the form.



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HowGear: Job Safety Analysis HSE
Job Safety Analysis HSE
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