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FINAL PROJECT PART 1
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Your final project is to complete two separate assignments. Each assignment is worth 150 points. The first assignment is to complete the JHA assessment. Remember before you begin a JHA assessment as a safety professional you must be familiar with the work place, the potential hazards, jobs and tasks which can be found in the workplace. It is your task to complete this assignment. Refer to Chapter 10 for more detail.You must at first complete some background information. You must research a specific industry….. by reviewing pertinent information from the Bureau of Labor bls.gov… and reviewing YouTube videos on how a specific product is made (based on the industry). You must find out the North American Industrial Classification Code (NAICS) code and find out the incident and illness data for that industry. Click on the Injury tab on the go to the 2015 Injury and Illness data. Using the bls data you must use the NAICS code to gather the days aways and other information. In addition, identify the industry description. Place all this information into the appropriate boxes.Section 1: After watching the video you must be able to describe how a product is made. Be able to describe how that product is made and place it into the box. Identify the anticipated hazards found in that industry by doing simple search.Section 2: Identify one job title within the organization and provide a job description. What that job is required to do…. Record everything you can concerning the job you research. After watching the YouTube video write down the PPE that you see in the video and how break down the job is done. Complete the rest of section 1 and perform the JHA in section 2.

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  • FINAL PROJECT 2
  • Directions: The final project for OSH 366 will be a video presentation and PowerPoint (PPT) of you completing a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA). You will be making recommendations and providing a training program. Videos are preferred, but narrated PowerPoint presentations will satisfy the minimum requirements. Students should use the notes section of PPT to incorporate their comments as to what they would say in their training to their audience. FAILING TO ADD NOTES IN THE NOTES SECTION CAN BE A DEDUCTION OF AT LEAST 30% OFF THE TOTAL SCORE.Using your JHA forms, identify a job which has a hazardous task to complete. Please supply a brief description of the job and of the task they will be performing. *You are then going to either 1) take a short video of the task OR 2) take photos of the task being performed. You will then add the video/photos to a PowerPoint presentation.The video, or photos of the “job” you select should be a job that is in your organization that presents challenges to be completed safely. The job should have ONE task listed, the most critical or hazardous, which has 1) at least 10 steps to complete it AND 2) hazards that require controls, such as PPE and administrative controls (based on the hazards associated with it, such as chemical, biological, electrical, mechanical, etc.). If you do not have a job like this in your facility, then try to find one. NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AUTHORIZATION BY YOUR EMPLOYER TO RECORD VIDEO OF A JOB–TASK YOU WILL HAVE TO USE A YOUTUBE VIDEO AS A REPRESENTATIVE EXAMPLE. The task can also be associated with a confined space entry, Lockout/Tag out procedures, life-safety, asbestos exposure or Bloodborne pathogens, the control of chemical hazards or noise hazards, as set forth in OSHA’s Hearing Conservation Program.
    SECOND, use the JHA form to describe the task being completed in 10 or more steps. Make sure to identify the most critical/hazardous steps of the job. After this has been done, identify the hazards of the task steps and the controls used to reduce or eliminate them. If there are any problems you identify during the JHA note them and how you will fix the problems found.This assignment will be completed in two phases and will consist of 300 points total. (JHA Narrative and Forms = 150 points; Final Project Training PPT = 150points).
    ACME Hospital Inc:
    You are to pick one job title:
     Nurse
    Then you are to provide one task, in which a hazards is present:
     How to take draw patient blood (List the steps to perform the task based on the video)
    Identify “critical tasks” in which the worker may be exposed to a hazard:
     Exposure to BBP from needle stick, patient blood squirting, oozing,
     Placing needle in SHARPS container
     Current engineering controls, administrative controls, PPE required
    Develop SOP or training material
     Warning about hazards of the job task
     Why PPE?
     Administrative controls that will be used
  • New update from the Dr.

    Once you have identified a industry and have researched it using BLS data you will be given a description of the industry and you will get the industry rates….(number of injuries and illnesses per 100 employees) You are then to compare the industry rate to the national injury and illness rate. Is it higher or lower… Are employees bring hurt severely…meaning many of the injuries resulted in death or days away or less severely meaning employees remained at work but were transferred or restricted..

    PPT Information:

    You are to place the information from the audit into a training PPT. I am your new employee… Your task is to train me as to the hazards you identified in the JHA. You have two choices to do this.. You can either record your voice onto each slides OR you can write the words you are stating for each slide under each slide in the notes section. Be specific… Write as much information as possible. Do not write one sentence under each slide… Remember you are training me. Anticipate questions I may ask and address them. Convince me of the hazards and how to prevent injury or illness. Use the guide I provided to the flow of the PPT.

     

    OSH 366 Hazard Identification and Control

    Defining Associated Risk

    A summary of the concepts necessary to evaluate risk

    Week 9: Chapter 6
    Dr. Troy A. Rawlins
    Assistant Professor; Program Coordinator

    Learning Goals
    By the end of this chapter you should be able to:
    Define risk management and its principles
    Utilize a model to follow in developing the elements of a system
    Classify risk using the risk matrix
    Cite the importance of incorporating risk into the JHA process
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    Chapter Outline
    This weeks lesson will be guided by the following topics:
    Defining risk management
    Risk management theories and models
    Ee’ considerations
    The environment
    Tools/equipment/materials
    Management support and policies and procedures considerations
    Job steps and task considerations
    System Engineering Model

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    Chapter Outline
    This weeks lesson will be guided by the following topics:
    Risk versus Benefit
    Risk Management Communication
    Risk Management Responsibilities/Assessment
    Summary
    Key Questions
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    Risk Management
    “Risk” can be defined as a measure of the probability of and probable severity of adverse effects.
    Too many safety professionals and workers still rely on their “gut feelings” or instincts “I think” to assess events
    Safety professionals must understand the need to collect risk-related data, earnestly analyze the data and make decisions based on risk assessment
    Risk assessment must be incorporated into the JHA process

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    Risk management principles have been around for years however have been used mostly in high-hazard industries and are designed around regulatory compliance or reported losses..
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    Risk Management
    Risk management is the “systematic application of management and engineering principles and uses an array of tools to control inherent hazards of specific tasks.”
    Risk analysis provides a method of establishing and prioritizing events, identifying existing and potential hazards and the consequences of exposure
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    Management principles to risk management include:
    (1). Planning
    (2). Do
    (3). Check/Study
    (4). Act Evaluation

    What are management principles to risk management? Management principles include (1) planning, (2) Do, (3) Check/Study and (4) Act/Evaluation. This is called the Deming Cycle. Deming Cycle: Plan-Design the change or test. Step 2. Do—Carry out the change or test. Step 3. Study—Examine the effects or results of the change test… Step 4. Act—Adopt, abandon, or repeat the cycle.. What are engineering principles of risk management? Engineering principles include understanding the risk involved with each piece of machinery…tasks… how the job is done….
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    Risk Management
    People (workers) make decision on the false premise that “NO LOSS = NO RISK.”
    Ee’s sometimes have a low perception of risk thereby putting themselves in harms way because they have never been injured.
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    The first step in the JHA process is the development of a clear mental picture of the elements of the job, and the related steps and specific tasks needed to complete each specific step.

    Often times the longer a worker does a job without harm the degree of the risk is reduced in the minds of the worker. In the minds of worker No Loss equals No Risk.
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    Risk Management
    JHA’s help safety professionals look at job tasks in different ways by identifying a combination of Ee’ actions, and environments, tools/equipment/materials.
    Specific questions concerning risk include:
    How often does the exposure to a specific hazards occur?
    What is the frequency of the task or activity? Quantified?
    What is the probability of a loss-producing event during the task or activity?
    What would be the consequences of the exposure if the wrong conditions came together?
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    Risk Management
    Specific questions concerning risk include:
    What is the potential cost a risk versus the benefit it may produce?
    Do the total benefits outweigh the total cost?

    Safety professionals must first develop a a clear mental picture of the elements of the job, the related steps and specific tasks needed to complete each specific steps.
    ***Consider if the task is routine, non-routine, training, guidelines and controls
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    Group Think
    Write your name on a piece of paper and write down specific step-by-step instructions for how to change a flat tire on a car on the side of the road on a two lane, foggy, rainy day….
    Provide specific information in detail as to the steps and hazards associated with the driver behavior, environment tools/equipment/materials used to change the tire
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    General Risk Management Theories and Models
    Specific methodology must be used by safety professionals to manage risk.
    Continuous risk management (CRN) is (see Fig. 6-1) methods used by NASA. It provides a framework for analyzing systems and determining the relationships between the elements that work together to perform a specific task.
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    Machine
    Human
    Management
    Media
    Objectives
    Fig. 6-2 5M Model of System Engineering

    The 5M model of system engineering includes Media, Human, Machine, Management, and Objectives.
    Media is the environment where the system will operate
    Humans and machines interact to produce a successful risk assessment system
    Management provides the policies and procedures that govern humans and machine
    Management is often the controlling factor in the success or failure of the risk assessment
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    General Risk Management Theories and Models
    Adopted from the CRN model the 5M Model of Risk Management Success
    The 5M Model provides a structured approach to assess the interactions that produce a successful “goal,” i.e. the completion of a task.
    Each component of the model interacts in varying amounts of overlap; therefore when incident occur you must question what broke down to permit the conditions for injury to exist.
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    General risk management theories and models
    Adopted Key concepts of 5M model:
    Es’ considerations (instead of human) which include both genders and incorporate all human demographics
    Environmental considerations (instead of media) include aspects such as lighting, weather, temperature, biohazards, area obstructions, animals, terrain, etc.
    Tools/Equipment/Materials considerations (instead of machines) are the various items needed to complete the job

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    General risk management theories and models
    Adopted Key concepts of 5M model:
    Management Support for Policies/Procedures considerations provides the management commitment and the structure, policies, procedures and rules that govern the interaction between the other elements
    Job (steps and tasks instead of objectives)
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    Group Think
    Reflecting on the changing the tires on a car:
    Media: environment… Two lane road on a rainy, foggy day
    Human and machine: Driver and car interaction prior to, during and after the task
    Management: Policies and procedures (Objectives)…. What does the car manufacturer recommend
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    Tools/Equipment/Materials
    Employee Considerations
    Management
    Environment
    Objectives
    Fig. 6-2 5M Model of System Engineering

    The 5M model of system engineering includes Media, Human, Machine, Management, and Objectives.
    Media is the environment where the system will operate
    Humans and machines interact to produce a successful risk assessment system
    Management provides the policies and procedures that govern humans and machine
    Management is often the controlling factor in the success or failure of the risk assessment
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    Ee’ Considerations
    Human factors differences in Ee’ values, personalities, skills, capabilities, etc. in reaction to their environment of workers expose them to risk. Examples include:
    Error of Ee’s bypassing safety rules
    Forgetting rules
    Avoiding safe procedures
    Safety professionals must assess the consequences of exposure and apply the correct behavioral concepts —”motivational theory” as well as assess the physical and mental capabilities of Ee’s doing the job
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    Table 6-1
    Employee Considerations
    Factors Examples
    Selection Individual psychological and physically trained in event proficiency, procedures, and habit (behavior) patterns
    Performance Awareness, pre-judgments, perceptions, task saturation, distraction, channeled attention, stress, peer pressure, confidence, insight, adaptive skills, pressure/workload, fatigue (Physical, motivational, sleep deprivation, circadian rhythm)
    Personal Expectancies, job satisfaction, values, families/friends, perceived pressure (over tasking) and communication skills

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    The Environment
    Environmental considerations are defined as external environmental and internal conditions.
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    Table 6-2
    Environmental Considerations
    Factors Examples
    Climatic Visibility, temperature, humidity, wind, precipitation, daylight, darkness, etc.
    Operational Human-made obstructions, facility design, equipment configuration, new/modified/relocated equipment reviewed, pace and flow of product or service, machine guarding etc.
    Hygienic Ventilation/air quality, noise/vibration, dust, and contaminants

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    Tools/Equipment/Material Consideration
    Tools/equipment/material bring the items used or handled with their direct task into contact with Ee’s or others.
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    Table 6-3
    Tools/Materials/Material Considerations
    Factors Examples
    Design Equipment and engineering reliability and performance and ergonomics
    Maintenance Availability of time, tools, and parts, ease of access
    Logistics Supply, maintenance, repair, hazardous materials and chemicals, tool and equipment purchase and design
    Technical Data Clear, accurate, useable, and available

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    Management Support and Policies and Procedure Considerations
    Management directs the process by showing leadership and support, defining and implementing the necessary safety policies, standards, and procedures along with engineering controls.
    NOTE: Management cannot completely control all aspects and rules to govern interactions, it cannot completely control all aspects of the system elements
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    Table 6-4
    Management Support and Policies and Procedure Considerations
    Factors Examples
    Management Commitment The level of commitment from management determines the success if support for the supervision and Ee’s
    Standards Regulatory requirements (OSHA, EPA, DOT, etc.) company policies and procedures
    Procedure JHA, audit checklists, manuals, policies, rules etc.
    Controls Rest, restrictions, training rules/limitations excessive hours of work
    Objectives The desired outcome, task analysis and completion

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    Job Steps and Task Considerations
    Job steps are the specific actions and movements required to achieve the successful completion through the interactions of the parts of the model. Job steps are the functions to be performed, an objective of each step.
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    Table 6-5
    Job Step and Task Consideration
    Factors Examples
    Job An overall activity based on performing specific steps to complete each task
    Steps Clearly defined actions that must be taken; define how each step is completed. Movements, lifting, travel, observation….
    Task A function, a series of functions, to be performed, based on the job steps, an objective. The finer details required to complete a step.

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    The System Engineering Model
    Forgotten subpopulations of Ee’s that must be included in risk assessments include:
    Temporary Ee’s
    Relocated Ee’s
    Transferred Ee’s
    Often overlooked by companies because:
    The company has no financial stake in their safety
    Relocated and Transferred Ee’s may be erroneously thought to be “experienced” even thought they are the equivalent to a new hire.
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    Risk Management Responsibilities
    To have effective risk management systems—i.e. safety management system level of responsibility must be clearly defined.
    Management responsibilities
    Assessing risk, developing risk alternatives
    Selecting risk reduction options from recommendation
    Training and motivating Ee’s to use risk management techniques
    Elevating risk decision to higher levels of management
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    Risk Management Responsibilities
    Supervisors responsibilities in risk management;
    Consistently using effective risk management concepts in identifying potential hazardous events
    Ensuring Ee’s follow appropriate risk control procedures
    Elevating risk issues beyond their control or authority to management
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    Risk Management Responsibilities
    Employees role in risk management include:
    Understanding, accepting and implementing all risk principles
    Maintaining a constant awareness of the changing risk associated with specific procedures
    Making supervision immediately aware of any unrealistic risk reduction measures
    Ensuring that all coworkers follow procedures and assist in maintaining effective controls
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    Risk Assessment Model
    Eight (8) Step Process:
    1. Define the objective
    2. Define and describe the system
    3. Hazard Identification and consequence of exposure
    4. Risk Analysis and identify the risk
    5. Risk Assessment: Group steps/task and prioritize risk
    6. Decision-making developing action plans
    7. Validation and control: Evaluate results of action for further planning needs
    8. Modifying system/process as applicable

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    1. Define Objective
    2. Define and describe system
    3. Hazard(s) Identification
    4. Risk Analysis: Analyze hazards and risk
    5. Risk Assessment: Prioritize risk
    6. Decision-Making: Develop a plan
    7. Validation of Controls: Evaluate
    8. Modify system/Process
    Risk Management
    System/Process Review
    JHA Documentation Development
    Risk Management

    Table 6-6
    Eight Steps to Accomplish a Risk Management
    Process Description
    1. Define the objective The first step is to define the objective of the system and ask the question: What are we trying to accomplish?
    2. Define and describe the system Describe how the system elements interact: Ee’, Tool/Equipment/Materials Environment and Policies and Procedures
    3. Hazard Identification: Id’ hazards and consequences of exposure Hazards are identified by analyzing the tasks grouped by function. Problem-solving format “Who, What, Where, When, Why and How (How much? Many?)
    4. Risk Analysis: Analyze hazards and identify risks Assessment is the application of quantitative and qualitative measure to determine the level of risk involved with specific hazards,

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    Table 6-6
    Eight Steps to Accomplish a Risk Management
    Process Description
    5. Risk assessment: group steps/tasks and prioritize risks Risk assessment combines the impact of risks and compares them against defined acceptable level criteria. Criteria can include the consolidation of risk into categories.
    6. Decision-making: Developing action plans Once a list of tasks has been prioritized the list is reviewed to determine how to address each risk beginning with the highest priority or most severe.
    7. Validation and control: Evaluate the results of action for further planning needs Evaluate the effectiveness of the action planning process. Id data to be collected etc. Evaluate residual risk as acceptable or not….
    8. Modify system/process as applicable If the identified risk changes or action plans do not produce the intended effect, a determination must be made as to why. Was the wrong hazard addressed? Was the hazard missed?

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    Risk Assessment Model
    A continuous loop or assessment, identification, prioritization, action planning/implementation and evaluation provide validation of decision, desired results and determination of the need for further action as described in Fig. 6-3 to accomplish a successful risk assessment.
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    Classification and Ranking Hazards
    One of the key to a successful risk management system is establishing priorities on related hazards to better communicate the various levels of risk.
    Identify the most severe risk even in the following video….. Rank them in order..

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
    nrthMJkTFG4

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    List job steps and tasks
    Identify existing and potential hazards
    Determine consequences of exposure
    Identify at-risk events
    Severity
    Probability
    Establish priority of tasks
    Fig. 6-4 Overview of Establishing Task Priorities

    Risk versus Opportunity
    Risk is neither good or bad but is essential to progress and failure is often a key part of learning. But we must learn to balance the possible negative consequences of risk against the potential benefits.
    Assess continuously what could go wrong (high-risk hazards)
    Determine which risks are important
    Implement strategies for dealing with identified risk
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    Table 6-7
    Example 1, Severity Rating
    Severity Description
    High Fatality, permanent total disability, major property damage (> $10,000) or more serious consequences, potential lost workday injuries, multiple injuries
    Medium Permanent partial and temp. disability, major property damage (> $2,000->$10,000), or more serious physical harm
    Low Other serious, minor injury, lost workday, compensable minor property damage
    Minor No potential injury to potential first aid, medical treatment, near miss, or minor property damage (>$2,000)

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    Table 6-8
    Example 1, Probability Rating
    Probability Description
    Frequent Steps/Tasks occur very often, i.e. 8, 10, 12 hours per day. Likely to occur frequently
    Probable Steps/Tasks occur often, i.e. less than 8, 10, 12 hours per day. Will occur several times in the life of the task
    Non-routine Steps/Tasks occur fairly often. This task may occur each week, month, yearly. Likely to occur sometimes in the life of the task
    Seldom Steps/Tasks occur sometimes, sporadically or several times. Unlikely, but possible
    Unlikely Assume that the steps/tasks will not occur but improbably…rarely.. So unlikely that is can be assumed that it will not occur

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    Frequent Probable Non-Routine Seldom Unlikely
    High 1 2 6 8 13
    Medium 3 5 7 12 15
    Low 4 10 11 14 16
    Minor 9 17 18 19 20

    Classifying Hazards
    Tasks
    Fig. 6-5 Example1, Risk Assessment Steps in Hazard Classification
    ****Map the severity to the risk of each task

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    Frequent Probable Non-Routine Seldom Unlikely
    High 1 2 6 8 13
    Medium 3 5 7 12 15
    Low 4 10 11 14 16
    Minor 9 17 18 19 20

    Classifying Hazards
    Tasks
    Fig. 6-5 Example1, Risk Assessment Steps in Hazard Classification
    ****1. Map the severity to the risk of each task
    ****2. Determine the Probability of each task

    Table 6-9
    Example 2, Probability Rating
    Probability Occurrence Exposure
    Frequent Highly likely to occur Exposure at times
    Probable Probable to occur Exposure > one per shift
    Occasional Possible to occur Exposure < once per shift Remote Unlikely to occur Exposure < once year Improbable Highly unlikely to occur Exposure is improbable that it can’t be reasonably quantified OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 44 Table 6-10 Example, Severity Rating Severity Description Catastrophe Fatality, major permanent impairment Critical Disability in excess of 3 months or some permanent impairment Marginal Medical Treatment case or lost time with full recovery Negligible First Aid or Minor medical treatment OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 45 OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 46 Catastrophic Critical Marginal Negligible Frequent HIGH HIGH SERIOUS SERIOUS Probable HIGH HIGH SERIOUS SERIOUS Occasional HIGH SERIOUS MEDIUM LOW Remote SERIOUS MEDIUM MEDIUM LOW Improbable MEDIUM LOW LOW LOW Classifying Hazards Severity Fig. 6-8 Example 2,Risk Assessment Steps in Hazard Classification Identifying Severity ***Determine the probability of each task *** Map the probability to the risk of each task Safety Significance Risk assessments must be treated as attachments to a safety program and must be completed to comply with regulatory requirements.----This can be accomplished though the development of a JHA. Visible and Hidden Factors must be evaluated Visible factors represent what the user actually sees in hazard identification Hidden factors represent the at-risk events that usually hidden within interrelationships of process OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 47 Pareto’s Law 80/20 rule…. 80 percent of the observed defects in a product or in a process can be attributed to 20 percent of the possible cause. OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 48 OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 49 Visible Factors Hidden Factors Risk assessment from matrix Safety significance of hazards Generic Hazard List Hazard Priority from risk matrix Determine hazard Historical loss producing events data Risk level Pareto’s law produces a chart of hazards Summary Hazard recognition and assessment are fundamental to good safety management. Risk analysis principles provides a structure for the assessment, management and communication of operational risk. Safety professionals must recognize that risk analysis is an ongoing, continuously evolving and improving process. OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 50 Summary Risk management does not have to a complex process. There are specific principles is used for improving JHA’s. OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 51 Key Questions 1. How do you define risk? 2. What is risk management? 3. What are some human factor considerations? 4. What are some of the environmental considerations? 5. What are some of the tools/equipment. Materials considerations? 6. What are some of the policy and procedures and management considerations? OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 52 Key Questions 7. What are job steps and task consideration? 8. Define risk versus benefit? 9. What are the principles of risk management? 10. Why is risk management communication important? OSH 366 W9 PPT1 Defining Associated Risk 53

    OSH 366 Hazard Identification and Control

    Final Project

    Section

    1

    : This section is dedicated to researching and understanding the safety management system and potential hazards that are typical of a particular industry.

    Directions: For section one you are to identify one industry, which interests you, and conduct some research on the industry. You are identify the industry and also refer to the BLS website and identify:

    (1.) The North American Industrial Classification Code (NAICS)

    (2.) The industry incident rate (review bls.gov website)

    (3.) The national incident rate and provide a comparison of the two incident rates and what that means

    Industry

    Industry Description

    1. (a) Industry Name/Type:

    (b) NAICS Code:

    (c) Industry Incident Rate:

    (d) Comparative explanation of Industry incident rate vs. National Incident Rate:

    2. Bureau of Labor Statistics industry Description:

    3. Hazards Anticipated/Identified in this industry:

    4. Detailed narrative of what and how they manufacture their product:

    (Make me understand what and how they make it!!!!Be specific and provide as much detail as possible.!)

    Section 2: This section is dedicated to a determination of one job in which you will be conducting a JHA on.

    Pre-Hazard Assessment Worksheet

    5. Job Title:

    6. Brief Job Description:

    7. Initial PPE Requirements:

    8. Specific Task Description:

    9. Existing and Potential Hazards and Consequences:

    10. At Risk Events:

    11. Preventative Measures

    12. Enter task description here:

    Student name:

    Date:

    JHA ——–                                         

    Brief Description:

    Department:

    Date:

    Last Revision

    Performed by:

    Personal Protective Equipment:

    Note: NR=Non-Routine Task—Place a check mark for these types of tasks. RA=Risk Analysis (After JHA Development)

    Job Steps and Task Specific Descriptions

    NR

    RA

    Existing and Potential Hazards and or Consequences of Exposures

    Potential At-Risk Events and Preventative Measures

    RR

    COMPARISON JHA OF TASK TRADITIONAL vs. NEW VERSION

    Traditional Version

    1. Sequence of Events:

    Potential Accident or Hazards:

    Preventive Measures

    1.
    2.
    3.

    1.
    2.
    3.

    New Version

    Job:

    Department:

    Date:

    Personal Protective Equipment:

    Note: NR =Non=Routine Task –Place a check for these types of tasks RR= Residual Risk (After JHA Development)

    Job Steps and Task Specific Descriptions

    NR

    RA

    Existing and Potential Hazards and or Consequences of Exposures

    Potential At-Risk Events and Preventative Measures

    RR

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    Final Project

    Section 1:

    This section is dedicated to researching and understanding the
    safety
    management system and potential
    hazards that are typical
    of a particular industry.

    Directions:
    For section one you
    are to identify one industry, which interests you,
    and conduct some research on the industry. You are identify the industry and also
    refer to the BLS website and identify
    :

    (1.)

    The

    North American Industrial Classification Code (NAICS)

    (2.)

    The

    industry incid
    ent rate

    (review bls.gov website)

    (3.)

    The

    national incident rate and provide a comparison of the two incident
    rates and what that means

    Industry

    Industry Description

    1.
    (a)
    I
    ndustry Name
    /Type
    :

    (b)
    NAICS Code:

    (c)
    Industry Incident Rate:

    (d)
    Comparative explanation of Industry incident
    rate vs. National Incident Rate:

    2.
    Bureau of Labor Statistics industry Description:

    3.
    Hazards Anticipated
    /Identified

    in this industry:

    4.
    Detailed narrative of what and how they manufacture their
    product
    :

    (Make me understand what
    and how
    they make

    it
    !!!!
    Be specific and
    provide as much detail as possible.
    !)

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