The Workplace Safety Network provides OSHA updates, practical ideas and real-world case studies to help Safety professionals create a safer workplace. This informative and entertaining blog covers what Safety leaders care about most, including safety leadership and training ideas on forklift safety, hazcom, lockout/tagout, slip, trips & falls, back safety, fire prevention, fall protection, and more.

Job-hazard analyses: What most firms miss

Job-hazard analyses: What most firms miss

March 27, 2012 by

You know that job-hazard analyses (JHAs), when done properly, can help workers spot hazards effectively and avoid getting hurt. But any JHA program can run afoul of five hidden traps – snares that often only become clear after the fact. Read on to learn what you should keep an eye out for in your next job hazard analysis.

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Did boss have more authority over ‘sub’ than he thought?

Did boss have more authority over ‘sub’ than he thought?

March 15, 2012 by

“I didn’t hire the workers who got hurt and I didn’t supervise them,” said Supervisor Sam Lennox. “Yes, but you handed out safety equipment on the work site,” said the injured worker’s attorney, Jean Gustafson. “And you had the authority to stop work for safety reasons.” “Yeah, I handed out lanyards and harnesses,” said Sam. [...]

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