Sponsored by Vector Solutions. Performing job safety analyses (JSAs) and risk analyses at work can improve your safety performance and help maintain general regulatory compliance.
Gain new understanding of the types of jobs to prioritize for JSAs, review the steps of the hazard analysis process, discuss how to assess risks and set controls, and identify appropriate timelines to review and revise JSAs over time.
- Define what a job safety analysis is
- Review best practices for conducting JSAs
- Discuss how to use a risk matrix to evaluate potential hazards associated with job tasks
Danielle Goddard, Product Marketing Manager, Vector Solutions
Danielle is a product marketing manager with Vector Solutions, a leader in training and performance optimization, providing award-winning SaaS solutions. The company delivers continuing education (CE), training, technology, and performance management solutions to a broad range of industries, including education, public safety, industrial, IT and architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) sectors. Danielle has assisted clients with creating incident investigation forms and building reports to analyze injury and illness data.
Scott Stone, Sales Engineer, Vector Solutions
Scott Stone is solutions engineer for Vector EHS Management, a leading safety and incident management software solution. He is experienced with safety management systems and regulations and client training.