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.
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.Creating a site specific JHA is easy using the JSEAsy safety software. Once created you can print a full JSEA/ JHA report or a simplified JHA report generated from the JSEAsy Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) software.
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.
Watch a detailed demonstration video on how to create a new site specific JHA using existing templates
When you purchase JSEAsy, you have access to all the latest versions of JHA templates, covering many trades and industries
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