A Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is most commonly referred to as a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) in the United States

The difference between a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and a Hazard Analysis (JHA) is essentially just the terminology. They are fundamentally the same. They both outline your job steps, the potential hazards in undertaking the task, and the control measures required to reduce the likelihood of an injury or incident to an acceptable level.

JHA templates for pouring concrete are included in all versions of the JSEAsy safety software

Concreting Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

People often ask, "Can I have a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) for Concreting Work? A document that covers everything?" 

The answer is not really. 

Well you could create a document that covers most areas of Concreting work, but it would be hundreds of pages long and would contain more items that did not apply to your project, than items that did. 

A Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) needs to document step by step how you are going to do a particular job. Not all jobs are the same! Are you going to pour a concrete path around a house or reinforced footings and bored piers?

You can however make a JHA document for doing the same job over and over like pouring a slab to a new project home, where every job is the same with only slight variations.





The steps in undertaking each of these tasks are very different. Not only are the steps different, but the potential hazards and the hazard control measures are very different as well.

The JSEAsy software builds your site specific JHA for your concreting job by adding templates of the steps you are going to take, in the order in which you are going to take them.

Watch a detailed demonstration video on how to create a new site specific JHA using existing templates  

JHA templates for screeding concrete are included in all versions of the JSEAsy EHS software
Finishing concrete by hand with a trowel? We got you covered for that as well!

Download an example
of a  JHA generated from the JSEAsy JHA software.

The JSEAsy software comes preloaded with hundreds of templates (job steps) to build your site specific JHA with.
Safe Operating Procedures (SOP). are also included in all versions

The JSEAsy Premium software is your total safety management system.


The JSEAsy software comes preloaded with hundreds of templates (job steps).

Below is an example of templates you may insert into your site specific JHA for a typical concreting project:
  1. Inspect and drive Tip Truck/ Dump Truck
  2. Arrive at site with truck and trailer and establish unloading area
  3. Site Orientation/ Induction
  4. Claim work area
  5. Unload skid steer loader from trailer using aluminum ramps
  6. Place rubble around domestic site using a skid steer loader
  7. Compact area using a gasoline-powered vibrating plate
  8. Installation of simple formwork
  9. Install damp proof membrane (Forticon plastic)
  10. Place steel reinforcing mesh
  11. Concrete Delivery and Pumping
  12. Placing Concrete
  13. Push Wheel Barrow on site
  14. Finishing concrete with petrol powered trowel (Helicopter)
  15. Load skid steer loader onto trailer using aluminum ramps
  16. Cleaning up work area

When you insert a template it automatically brings with it:

  1. The main process step
  2. The sub process steps associated in undertaking the task
    1. The potential hazards associated with undertaking the task (you can also delete or add any of these with a simple click)
    2. The Risk Rating for undertaking the task (You can also change this if you want to)
    3. The Hazard Control measure (you can also delete or add any of these with a simple click)
    4. The revised risk rating after applying the control (You can also change this if you want to)
    5. Any required PPE (you can also delete or add any of these with a simple click)
    6. Any applicable licenses or qualifications required (you can also delete or add any of these with a simple click)
    7. Any pre-operational inspections required (you can also delete or add any of these with a simple click)
    8. Any applicable legislation or codes of practice (you can also delete or add any of these with a simple click)


Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) produced from the JSEAsy EHS software
Finishing concrete with a helicopter or petrol-powered trowel? We got you covered for that as well!

Hundreds of templates included - 1 low price - Exceptional value!

When you buy or rent the JSEAsy software, not only to get all of the JHA templates specifically for concrete and concrete repair, but you also get all of the templates for all of the other trades as well. 

Concreters don't just place concrete! You will also benefit from many of the civil and excavations templates, as well as the carpentry and formwork templates.

With hundreds of templates for different trades and services included you are getting incomparable value!

There is an example of a JHA generated from the system available for download. 

The Main points in this example JHA are templates that have been inserted into the “Site Specific JHA” to build it.  

 See JSEAsy features and demonstrations for  video demonstrations on how this works (They run for around 4 minutes each)

Watch a detailed demonstration video on how to create a new site specific JHA using existing templates  
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) templates for concrete pumping are included in all versions of the JSEAsy safety software


 Process: Click the Links below to learn more about JSEAsy Software and the process. Opens in a NEW TAB / WINDOW)

 

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When you buy or Rent JSEAsy  you have access to all of the latest version JHA templates, for all trades and industries.
 
Concrete and concrete repair JHA templates Pre-Loaded and ready for use are shown below:

 No.

 Description

 Cost

1
Abrasive blasting
Included
2
Accept load to vehicle from forklift (3rd Party operator) and Loading by hand
Included
3
Acceptance of delivery to site for materials
Included
4
Acceptance of delivery to site for materials via Crane Truck
Included
5
Access Work area via scaffold
Included
6
Apply high strength repair mortar
Included
7
Apply surface sealant material (Kahfill) to face of crack
Included
8
Arrive at domestic site with truck and establish unloading area
Included
9
Arrive at domestic site with truck and trailer and establish unloading area
Included
10
Charging of Li-Ion batteries for use with cordless tools
Included
11
Clean street and footpath
Included
12
Clean up site by hand using a wheel barrow to transfer debris to bin
Included
13
Compact area using a petrol powered rammer
Included
14
Compact area using a petrol powered vibrating plate
Included
15
Concrete and reinforcement repairs
Included
16
Concrete crack repair and injection
Included
17
Concrete Delivery and Pumping
Included
18
Connect hose to existing water supply tap
Included
19
Cut timber using a battery powered circular saw
Included
20
Cut timber using a circular saw
Included
21
Cutting Bitumen with a Quick Cut Diamond blade saw
Included
22
Cutting Concrete with a Quick Cut Diamond blade saw
Included
23
Cutting Steel using an Angle Grinder
Included
24
Daily preoperational inspection of a Pneumatic Jack Hammer
Included
25
Dig Hole by hand
Included
26
Dig hole with power driven auger
Included
27
Dig Trench by hand
Included
28
Drill hole into masonry surface with a battery powered rotary hammer drill
Included
29
Drill hole into masonry surface with an electric rotary hammer drill
Included
30
Drill hole using a Battery Powered Drill
Included
31
Drill hole using an electric drill
Included
32
Finishing concrete with petrol powered trowel (Helicopter)
Included
33
Inform facilities / operations and security personnel of work location(s)
Included
34
Injection of Nitofill LV epoxy resin
Included
35
Inspect and drive passenger/ light commercial vehicle
Included
36
Inspection and use of diesel powered air compressor
Included
37
Inspection and use of Generator
Included
38
Inspection and use of petrol powered high pressure water sprayer
Included
39
Install damp proof membrane (Forticon plastic)
Included
40
Install screws using a Battery Powered Drill
Included
41
Installation of simple formwork
Included
42
Marking Out Slab or Ground
Included
43
Mixing concrete with a portable mixer
Included
44
Mixing concrete with a portable mixer
Included
45
Monitoring and Review of SWMS
Included
46
Move materials using a trolley (sack Truck)
Included
47
Moving materials around on a trolley
Included
48
Place rubble around domestic site using a skid steer loader
Included
49
Place steel reinforcing in footing
Included
50
Place steel reinforcing mesh
Included
51
Placing Concrete
Included
52
Planning for wet weather and flooding events
Included
53
Pouring Concrete
Included
54
Pouring Concrete Slab using a pump and a helicopter
Included
55
Push Wheel Barrow on site
Included
56
Remove spoil from auger using wheel barrow
Included
57
Safety check and operation of Excavator for trenching and excavations
Included
58
Safety inspection and use of Forklift
Included
59
Safety inspection and use of skid steer loader
Included
60
Set up and use laser level
Included
61
Site Establishment
Included
62
Site orientation of domestic residence
Included
63
Site Orientation/ Induction
Included
64
Site Set Out
Included
65
Spread rubble around site using a skid steer loader
Included
66
Sweeping Floor
Included
67
Undertake Clients general all sites induction
Included
68
Water ingress repair using XYPEX
Included
69
Welding with a portable Electric Welder
Included
70
Working in isolation
Included
71
Write up incident report
Included