1800 429 266

Practical Risk Assessment & Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

Duration: 4 hours

Aim: To give participants the knowledge and practical skills to conduct and implement risk assessments with the use of either a Job Safety Environmental Analysis (JSEA) or a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS).

Note: The SWMS is similar to a Job Safety Environmental Analysis (JSEA), which has been widely used in the Victorian construction industry. Employers may continue to use existing JSEA formats, providing they contain all the information required in an SWMS.

The training involves practical exercises to give participants a thorough understanding of how to identify, evaluate and control hazards in the workplace.

Key Areas Covered:

  • Methods to identify hazards
  • Risk assessments
  • Job Safety Environmental Analysis
  • High risk construction work
  • Safe Work Method Statements
  • Hierarchy of controls

Target Audience: Employees and employers in the construction and industrial environments.

This course is one of our publicly run courses. Please refer to our public training dates for this course below:

 

 
Practical Risk Assessment & Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
 
Times: 8:30am - 12:30pm.
Cost: $165.00 per person (Including GST, comprehensive course notes & catering).
Dates Location and Course Code Book
Friday 21st April Notting Hill 17-0130 CLOSED
Friday 18th August Notting Hill 17-0131 CLOSED
Tuesday 21st November Notting Hill 17-0132 Book

This course can be conducted 'in house' at your company's premises or at HAZCON's specialised training facilities in Trafalgar or Notting Hill.

We will be happy to discuss your requirements and prepare a quote for you.

If you are interested you can contact us on 1800 429 266 or on email: training@hazcon.com.au

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