Soldering Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form
Create a professional paperless job safety Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form on the go with the GoCanvas Soldering Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form mobile app.
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Stay organized and save time and money by using this app with any smartphone or tablet. Easily edit and customize the content in the Soldering Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form app to create a seamless Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form that meets your business needs. The Soldering Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form generates a secure PDF that is stored in the GoCanvas Cloud for your human resources records. The app documents items such as name of shop or dept, person analyzing, required/recommended trainings, required PPE and the app takes a picture of the equipment. This Job Safety Analysis app analyzes tasks such as: Turn on gas line for solder oven. Use striker or matches to light solder oven flame. Place solder irons in place on oven to heat and prepare for soldering. Turn on Fan to start Exhaust Ventilation System. Use acid brush coated with chemical and clean metal area where iron solder will be placed to ensure a clean solder. Brush area of metal with chemical. The app also lists hazards such as: Burning hands when lighting flame. Exposure to fumes and gasses as a result of improper ventilation. Skin, eye, and lung irritant hazard. Potential irritation from contact with chemical ingredients in glass cleaner (2- butoxy ethanol, Ammonia). The JSA includes controls like: Be cautious when handling iron. Communicate: Notify adjacent employees when moving hot iron. Personal Protective Equipment: Safety Glasses and recommend using heat resistant gloves for precautionary purposes. Ensure exhaust ventilation system is operational before commencing work. Wash hands upon completion of the job, before eating, smoking, or chewing gum.
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