The Job Safety Analysis: A Responsibility with Hidden Benefits



Compliance with OSHA rules about workplace safety requires employers to know exactly what potential hazards their hourly workers may be exposed to—at every stage of every task they perform. OSHA requires employers to identify hazards, prevent them if they can, and control them if they can't.

Key takeaways:

  • The fact-finding nature of a JSA 
  • Benefits for your organization—both apparent and obscure
  • Steps for preparing and executing a job safety analysis