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Job Hazard Analysis for General Industry

    Job Hazard Analysis for General Industry

    OSHA requires employers to keep the workplace free of recognized hazards. Because not every hazard will be immediately recognized, businesses need to complete a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) to identify and address dangers in a timely manner. The Job Hazard Analysis for General Industry course from ClickSafety provides essential job hazard analysis training for managers and workers to help recognize workplace hazards and ensure they are resolved to prevent injuries, illnesses, and fatalities.

    Course Objectives

    During the Job Hazard Analysis for General Industry course, students will learn how to use OSHA regulations to analyze common job site hazards. Course topics include:

  • How to identify hazards
  • The purpose of a job hazard analysis
  • OSHA’s standards for workplace safety
  • Risk Assessment Codes (RACs)
  • How to complete a job hazard analysis
  • How to use a job hazard analysis
  • Course participants will also complete a practice exercise to test their new knowledge and skills.

    Course Audience

    This intermediate-level online course is intended for construction workers and managers, supervisors, and foremen who are responsible for maintaining job site safety. To determine if this course meets your job hazard analysis training needs, please contact us online or call 800-971-1080.

    Course Features and Benefits

    After completing the Job Hazard Analysis for General Industry Course, students will understand how to conduct a Job Hazard Analysis, including identifying common hazards and using RACs to prioritize them. Course participants will be prepared to use the resulting analysis to resolve workplace hazards with the appropriate controls and remain compliant with OSHA regulations.

    Burlington, MA 01803
    Call: 800.971.1080