Job safety analysis (JSA) and occupational health & safety assessment (OHS)

By controlling the hazards in your workplace, you can provide a safe and healthy workplace for your employees that in return benefits the productivity of your organization. One of the best ways to determine and establish proper work procedures is to conduct a job safety analysis (JSA) or an occupational health & safety assessment (OHS). Supervisors can use the findings of the JSA and OHS job safety assessments to train and protect employees by eliminating and preventing hazards in their workplaces. Our certified safety professionals can assist with the management of safety hazard controls identified through the job safety analysis or occupational health & safety assessment.

Our job safety analysis will help employees prevent injuries and illnesses by:

  • Reviewing workplace operations
  • Establishing proper job procedures for safety
  • Incorporating appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Implementing correct engineering controls
  • Ensuring that employees are trained properly


Providing thorough assessments and actionable reports

Our certified consultants use their years of experience and up-to-date technical and regulation knowledge to conduct in-depth job safety assessments that result in comprehensive reports and a list of action items, if needed.

Our Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Process Includes:

  • Review job descriptions and accident history
  • Interview employees to identify the most hazardous job tasks
  • List and prioritize job tasks for the JSA process
  • Document the steps required to perform a specific task
  • Identify the current and potential hazards related to each step
  • Describe actions that reduce or eliminate the risks of injury or illness arising from the identified hazards. Such actions may include changing work processes, modifying equipment, installing machinery guards, modifying the work environment, or requiring the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).

Our Occupational Health & Safety Assessment (OSH) Process Includes:

  • Establish a baseline to identify and prioritize occupational and compliance risks
  • Review job operations, workplace flow, and management systems to identify activities that possess a risk to employees’ health and safety
  • Document activities and job tasks with associated frequency, duration, hazards, controls, and compliance risk
  • Complete an exposure plan that will outline recommended OSHA required sampling and monitoring for exposure to hazardous substances
  • Include compliance risk report for discrepancies with EPA, OSHA, and other agencies
  • Provide a chemical hazard report, an overview of chemicals exposure data, and associated risks
  • ISO 45001