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7.2. Identify the resources required to perform tasks in each step

The front page on the form allows the workers to record what resources are needed for the job. Some examples are listed below:

  • isolation equipment (such as tags, locks etc)
  • work permits
  • equipment, tools, materials, or parts
  • competencies required to carry out the task
  • personal protective equipment (PPE) required including specialised PPE (such as harnesses etc.)
  • other precautions identified by the MSDS (such as ventilation)
  • procedures for coordinating activities
  • design drawings or plans
  • safe access exits and transport
  • time
  • team
  • specifically skilled people
  • leadership and guidance
  • communication methods
  • A pre-prepared JSA may not be suitable for all situations or it may need a risk assessment
  • Instruments for testing of oxygen, hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides, etc
  • SOPs, manuals and guidelines

 

 
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