AGOURA HILLS, Calif., Feb. 26 HASP Online announcesJSABuilder (http://www.jsabuilder.com) -- the first free online tool forconducting Job Safety Analysis (JSA).
JSA, also known as Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), is a proven and effectivetechnique of identifying potential job hazards and implementing the controlsnecessary to eliminate or reduce them. The Occupational Health and SafetyAdministration (OSHA) recommend that a JSA be done to determine the properwork safety procedures.
JSABuilder is fast, easy-to-use, and comprehensive. Developed by healthand safety professionals, information is quickly entered through a series ofscreens by selecting from pre-programmed lists and entering text specific tothe user's job or project. Once all information has been entered, users candownload and print the JSA worksheet as an Adobe Acrobat PDF(R) document foruse in pre-job safety meetings, training sessions, or to store for futurereference.
HASP Online (http://www.hasponline.com) is the first commerciallyavailable online health and safety plan development and management tool forHAZWOPER sites. HASP Online is a joint venture between EnviroSolve Corporationand Safety Unlimited, Inc.
"Many jobs are performed without the benefit of a job safety analysis,resulting in injuries that should have been easily prevented by a carefulanalysis and discussion of potential hazards," says EnviroSolve president JohnBatchelder. Adds Jules Griggs, president of Safety Unlimited, "Our goal is toensure that anyone assessing job hazards has the best possible tools to easilyperform a job safety analysis."
"We feel strongly," says Griggs, "that by sharing this free health andsafety planning tool, we're helping safety professionals, managers,supervisors, foremen and task leaders to prevent injuries. We're pleased to beable to give this away as a service to the safety profession."
Additional information about EnviroSolve can be found athttp://www.envirosolve.com. Additional information about Safety Unlimited canbe found at http://www.safetyunlimited.com.For additional information, contact: JOHN SCHULZ [email protected]
SOURCE HASP Online