Enhancing Job Hazard Analysis Through Risk Management and Behavioral Integration
Traditional Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) helps to identify the job as a whole and methods of defining the steps and then the associated tasks, identifying existing and potential hazards and consequences of exposures to the associated tasks, and then developing safe operating procedures to help the user recognize associated hazards.
Recently a new and enhanced JHA version was released that incorporates risk analyses in order to focus on at-risk events within the JHA. This method enables the end user to increase the effectiveness of the traditional JHA, thus reducing workplace errors.
Join us for a two-hour audio conference as we examine this new process. Sample JHAs will be supplied to describe how an enhanced JHA can be developed. At the end of the presentation, you will have the opportunity to ask questions specific to your situation. This is an event you can't afford to miss!
- Discuss the Benefits of the JHA.
- Distinguish the between the terms "job," "step," and "task."
- Implement a method for quantifying hazards and risk in the workplace.
- Identify the difference between the traditional JHA and the enhanced JHA.
James E. Roughton
Safety, Health, and Environmental Manager
MeadWestvaco Packaging Systems WorldWide Operations
James E. Roughton is a Safety, Health, and Environmental Manager for MeadWestvaco Packaging Systems WorldWide Operations. His experience includes four years military and 38 year in industry in various capacities. For the past 28 years, he has been responsible for developing safety management systems to enhance safety leadership.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a Masters in Safety Science. In addition, he is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM), Certified Environmental Trainer (CET), and a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
He is the past President of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Georgia Chapter, an active members of the safety advisory board of the Department of Labor of Georgia and Lanier Technical College , President of the Gwinnett Safety Professional Association, and Past President and co-founder of the Heart of Georgia Safety Society.
He manages his own web site, eMeetingplace.com, where he is working towards getting more people involved and invested in safety and related areas.
Mr. Roughton has received several management awards and the Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) (Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers) 1998-1999.
- This program has been applied for CIH & CSP Continuing Education Credits. Earn .25 CM Points for CIHs and .156 Points for CSP.
- This program meets the requirements for 1.5 Continuous Learning Points (CLPs.)