Site-Specific Hazard Assessment and Control (Canada) Mobile App
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The Site-Specific Hazard Assessment and Control fork is a risk assessment and hazard analysis that allows workers and/or supervisors to identify tasks a job involves, list all of the associated hazards, and determine a control plan to eliminate or control those risks and hazards.
How does it work?
Ultimately, the goal of this assessment is to increase the health and safety of employees and workers on a job, and to make them aware through hazard identification of the dangers associates with whatever task or work they may be doing.
The form has a section where workers and employees check in, and indicate via signature that they are aware of the risks and hazards associates with whatever tasks they may be doing. This allows them to obtain the proper protective equipment, or to take other steps to reduce injury ahead of time. Workplace safety is a critical issue, and a sound hazard assessment process as a part of a job safety program can go a long ways to reducing injury, and promoting the health and safety in the workplace.