• Safety & Training Short - Job Hazard Analyses: An Important Part of Behavior Based Safety

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    December 15, 2020
    "Behavior Based Safety" (BBS) can have positive results when done correctly. In a successful BBS approach, everyone must be on the same page with respect to what the safe behaviors are for all hazards present.

    To assure everyone is truly aware of the hazards and respective controls for each task, a simple process can be employed - Job Hazard Analyses (JHAs).

    JHAs provide a simple outline of the Critical Behaviors which need to be followed to assure safe performance. They outline for the tasks of a job, the respective hazards, and for those hazards, the respective critical behaviors required to prevent an incident.

    Developing JHAs is the first step in an effective BBS approach. Coupled with excellent training and observations, a true safety culture can be developed. Download this Training Short for a simple Job Hazard Assessment to get started on your Behavior Based Safety Program today.

    Click here to download the complete training short in English
    Click here to download the complete training short in Spanish

    Safety & Training Shorts provided by George Petersen Insurance Agency, the proud broker of the Marin Builders Association Workers' Comp Program. We save Marin Builders members an average of 15%click here to get a free competitive quote.
     
    Contact:
    Jared Goble, Loss Control
    jgoble@gpins.com, (707) 360-4335
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