Job Hazard Analysis
What we do
EHS encourages all supervisors to understand the hazards faced by their employees. A Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) is a systematic process for identifying hazards related to a specific job task and determining the best way to perform the task to eliminate or reduce those hazards. One of the best ways to prevent workplace injuries is to complete JHAs to establish and document safe job procedures and then use them as a primary reference when compiling standard operating procedures and training employees how to accomplish a specific job task safely.
What you can do
Supervisors of employees who may operate or service equipment and/or perform tasks that could result in serious injuries if safe work practices are not identified and followed are encouraged to use the methods and materials provided on this webpage to perform a JHA related to your work.
Related Training in NetLearning@uidaho
- Job Hazard Analysis (ID20)
For more information
Occupational Safety Specialist