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What are blank JSA forms?

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Blank job safety analysis forms allow individuals to describe job tasks and note safety issues one step at a time and outline safety controls, states the Office of Environment, Health and Safety, University of California, Berkeley. JSA forms help reduce incidents of illness or injury occurring to individuals executing tasks.

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In addition to providing spaces for naming and explaining tasks, safety issues and controls, JSA, or Job Safety Analysis, forms can offer space for information such as required training and required personal protective equipment, according to the Office of Environment, Health and Safety, University of California, Berkeley. Additional information on the forms can include the name of the department for which the task is performed, the date of completion of the form, and the identity of the person who completed the form.

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