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Job hazard analysis (JHA): 22 questions to ask

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Here are 22 questions to help focus efforts on identifying and controlling hazards when you conduct a job hazard analysis (JHA).

Note that the list is not complete. You will need to think carefully about the tasks and sub-tasks of each job you analyze and the particular hazards they present. Then you can add or delete to develop suitable lists for jobs you analyze.

Bonus: Learn more about JHA with this handy infographic: http://bit.ly/28Kx8Z1

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Job hazard analysis (JHA): 22 questions to ask

  1. 1. 22 QUESTIONS TO ASK JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS
  2. 2. Does the layout of the location or process create hazards? #1
  3. 3. Is there adequate access & egress to & from the work area? #2
  4. 4. Are workers exposed to temperature extremes? #3
  5. 5. Is the lighting adequate? #4
  6. 6. Is the work done outdoors, & can the weather create a hazard? #5
  7. 7. Does the task require entering a confined space? #6
  8. 8. Is the work done at heights (from a ladder, rooftop, etc.)? #7
  9. 9. Do the tools or equipment create a hazard? #8
  10. 10. Is there excessive noise or vibration? #9
  11. 11. Can any part of the worker’s body or clothing be caught in the equipment? #10
  12. 12. Is the tool or equipment appropriate for the task (strength, size, power, etc.)? #11
  13. 13. Are chemicals used? #12
  14. 14. Does the worker come into direct contact with the chemicals? #13
  15. 15. Are the chemicals released into the air (gas, mists, vapors, etc.)? #14
  16. 16. Are workers exposed to electrical hazards? #15
  17. 17. Are there excavations, holes, or floor openings in the work area? #16
  18. 18. Are the workers exposed to stored energy hazards such as line pressure, electricity, steam, or falling objects? #17
  19. 19. Does the process start and stop automatically? #18
  20. 20. Are robotics used in the process? #19
  21. 21. Can human factor issues (training, fitness, fatigue, etc.) create a hazard? #20
  22. 22. Is there risk of injury from material handling, such as lifting, carrying, pushing, or pulling? #21
  23. 23. Is there risk of repetitive motion injury? #22
  24. 24. Bonus! Learn about the 6 steps of conducting a JHA in this infographic!

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