Job Safety Analysis and Permit to Work System
Ibis Slipi Hotel, Jakarta | May 10-12, 2010 | Rp.5.250.000,-
Employers are responsible for ensuring the health and safety of their employees. This includes informing employees of workplace hazards, providing the equipment necessary to safeguard health and safety, and establishing proper health and safety procedures and practices. Therefore, they have an obligation to assess health and safety risks and to develop safety procedures that will eliminate or mitigate these risks before an employee is required to carry out work. This course outlines job safety analysis (JSA) as a method of identifying potential hazards and developing safe work practices to prevent injuries, illnesses, property damages and other losses.
The specific objectives of this course were to help you to:
- Understand the concept of job safety analysis and;
- Understand the methods of identifying potential hazards and applicable preventive measures.
1. What Is A Job Safety Analysis.
Job safety analysis (JSA) is the systematic examination of a job intended to identify potential hazards, assess the level of risk, and evaluate practical measures to control the risk. It must be kept in mind that JSA is not a workplace inspection or an audit procedure. Workplace inspection is a systematic examination of workplace conditions and practices to determine their conformity with company procedures and compliance with prescribed health and safety regulations. An audit process is a systematic examination of the safety management system to determine if work activities and related results comply with planned prevention policies and established programs. As well, an audit evaluates whether the program is effective in achieving the goals and objectives set out in the policy.
2. How To Perform A Job Safety Analysis.
This topics explaining how to implement this program. In the framework to identify the hazards and developing the preventive measures. This program involving five steps of implementation.
3. How And When To Use Job Safety Analysis.
A completed JSA serves as a tool to ensure workplace health and safety. Particularly, JSA serves as an excellent tool for : Compliance with health and safety legislation, Employee training, Workplace inspection, Safety observation, Accident investigation.
4. Follow-Up and Review of a Job Safety Analysis.
It is essential to establish a follow-up and review process for monitoring the effectiveness of the preventive measures implemented following JSA. This is done to ensure new hazards have not been created, seek feedback from employees performing the job, ensure employees are following the procedures and practices required by the JSA, assess need for a repeat JSA; and implement continuous improvement.
This course is equip too with : Form for Job Safety Analysis, Step-by-step Instructions for Job Safety Analysis, Practical Tips for Performing Job Safety Analysis and its Implementation.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Courses are aimed at the workers, managers and supervisors, members of health and safety committees, and health and safety representatives. Health and safety professionals will find this
publication a practical tool for workplace training sessions on health and safety programs and policies.
Dr. Abdul Baktiansyah, MS
Dr. Abdul Baktiansyah, MS has reached more than 25 years professionals experience in medical area. He graduated from Faculty of Medicine, Airlangga University, Surabaya, to expert his study he took Magister of Science in Occupational Health (MS) in Faculty of Medicine at Indonesia University.
He has experience as Area Manager Medical in Tesoro Indonesia Petroleum, Tarakan almost for twelve years and he got his new experiences at MedcoEnergi E&P Ltd in 2002 as Occupational Health & Industrial Hygiene Coordinator, as Occupational Health & Industrial Hygiene Consultant at Indonesia Power Ltd, etc.
Mr. Abdul has attended several workshops such as: Implementation of the Knowledge and Industrial Hygiene Profession for Productivity, Healthcare Executive Leadership Program in New South Wales – Sydney, Intensive Training Post Graduate Program in Occupational Medicine, Industrial Hygiene and Health Safety, etc.
May 10-12, 2010
Ibis Slipi Hotel, Jakarta
Rp.5.250.000,- per participant, excluding accommodation & tax.