Company safety plans submitted to the ministry by contractors or consultants must also include job hazard analysis or risk assessment so workers know the risks they are taking in their jobs so they can be more cautious," he said, adding that continued onsite supervision is a must.
What does JHA stand for?
JHA stands for Job Hazard Analysis (OSHA)
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- Military and Government
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We have 42 other meanings of JHA in our Acronym Attic
- Janus Homology Domain 7
- Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. (Monett, MO)
- James Hardie Australia Pty. Ltd. (construction)
- Japan Halal Association
- Japan Hockey Association
- Japan Holiness Association
- Japan Hospital Association
- Japan Housecleaning Association
- Japan Hydrographic Association (Japan)
- Jewish Home for the Aging
- Journal for the History of Astronomy
- Justice and Home Affairs
- Jasper Home Accommodation Association (bed and breakfasts; Canada)
- Japan Healthservice Administrator Conference
- Johns Hopkins Animation Club (Baltimore, MD)
- Johns Hopkins Autopsy Collaborative Tissue Resource
- Jaintia Hills Autonomous District Council (India)
- Journal of Health Administration Education
- Joining Hands Against Hunger (Lesotho; church-based anti-poverty group; est. 2002)
- Joining Hands Against Hunger Program
Samples in periodicals archive:
Remedy Interactive's innovative Job Hazard Analysis solution provides managers with unmatched insights into the hazards affecting their workers' safety.
He will also work on reducing the risk of injury for all Standard Process employees through job hazard analysis.
Crewmembers also go through a JHA job hazard analysis each morning and combine that with a toolbox safety meeting.
is now offering its members access to a variety of project survey forms and site-specific program and job hazard analysis forms that can be downloaded from the association's Web site.
The book examines the job hazard analysis program and leads readers through the creation and maintenance process.
The standard requires the employer to involve its employees in the development of the ergonomic program and the job hazard analysis that must be completed on the jobs held by employees who report MSD incidents and involve one of the action-trigger factors.
The program must contain the following elements: hazard information and reporting, management leadership and employee participation, job hazard analysis and control, training, MSD management and program evaluation.