PRESENTATION NAME

Report
JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS & RISK
ASSESSMENT FORM
Nor Aini Burok
JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS & RISK
ASSESSMENT FORM
(until June 2013)
JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS & RISK
ASSESSMENT FORM
(From Sept 2013)
Nor Aini Burok
ACCIDENT IN LAB 1
• A fatal accident happened in an organic chemistry laboratory at
the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in late December,
2008.
• A research assistant was using a syringe to transfer about
50 mL of a pyrophoric chemical (a substance that catches fire
spontaneously once exposed to air), tert-butyl lithium, dissolved
in pentane, a flammable solvent. The plunger suddenly came apart
from the syringe barrel, causing the pyrophoric chemical to spew
onto the hands and body of the researcher and catch fire.
• Even though the fire was finally put out by other laboratory
workers, the researcher suffered second to third-degree burns to
over 43% of her body. She died in January 2009 due to the burns
and the resulting complications, after 18 days in the hospital.
ACCIDENT IN LAB 2
• One student, Preston Brown, 29, was
seriously injured in the Jan. 7, 2010
accident and remains in critical condition,
• Brown received severe burns and
lacerations to his face and hands when a
mixture of nickel hydrazine perchlorate
exploded during the afternoon accident
in Texas Tech's chemistry building,
according to a police report. University
officials told CSB the accident involved
the detonation of a high-energy metal
compound.
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• Inadequacy of hazard identification
& risk assessment.
• No or inadequacy safety training .
In any case, there was no safety
training record available.
• Inadequate supervision and
unsatisfactory safety management.
POLICY FOR FYP
AT MICET
ALL FYP
STUDENTS
COMPLETE
JOB SAFETY
ANALYSIS &
RISK
ASSESSMENT
TO
ELIMINATE
AND
MINIMIZE
RISK OF
ACCIDENT IN
LABORATORY
JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS PROCESS FLOW CHART.
Wk 1 - 4
Wk 4
Wk 5
• FINAL YEAR PROJECT Coordinator (from each section) will submit list of FYP
student for respective semester to SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER.
• Student will attend Final year project briefing in Wk 2 (latest).
• Student will submit proposal for supervisor evaluation.
• Student will confirm the method & chemical used in their FYP.
• Student will prepare Job Safety Analysis[DO NOT FORGET TO DISCUSS WITH
TECHNICIAN IN-CHARGE (TIC) & YOUR SUPERVISOR AND OBTAIN THEIR
APPROVAL].
• Submission of JSA to receptionist and stamped with DATE RECEIVED>
• Student will submit completed Job Safety Analysis for approval to Safety and
Health Officer (SHO).
JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS PROCESS FLOW CHART
cont….
Wk 6
TO
Wk 8
• SHO will evaluate the completed Job Safety Analysis.
• Once approved, notification will be done by memo on the
soft board/ SMS.
• Prior starting the experiment, student must submit the
ORIGINAL Job Safety Analysis to theTIC of the main (mostly
used) laboratory use. [NO JSA, TIC WILL DISALLOWED
STUDENT TO USE OF THE LABORATORY].
• Student need to submit a copy of Job Safety Analysis to
another TECHNICIAN in-charged in another laboratory [if
more than one lab is going to be used].
JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS PROCESS FLOW CHART
cont….
TO
END OF FYP
DURATION
• JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS MUST ALWAYS
AVAILABLE IN THE LABORATORY FOR
REFERENCE [specially IN EMERGENCY
SITUATION].
• AT ANY TIME, IF WORK AFTER OFFICE HOUR IS
REQUIRED. YOU MUST OBTAIN THE APPROVAL
FROM HEAD OF SECTION & SAFETY AND
HEALTH OFFICER PRIOR STARTING THE WORK
BY COMPLETED THE FORM IN SECTION 8a.
JSA & RA PREPARATION AND APPROVALFLOW CHART
1. Confirm title & supervisor
6.PUBLICATION ON NOTICE BOARD OR
COMMUNICATED VIA SMS .
2. Prepare proposal & confirm
method with supervisor
7. COLLECTION OF JSA & RA
FORM
3. Prepare JSA & RA
8. SUBMISSION OF ORIGINAL
APPROVED FORM TO TECHNICIAN
With technician &
supervisor review &
approval
4. Submission of JSA & RA form to
receptionist.
9. ANY CHANGES (Like method or
etc)
Latest by Wk 5
/Sem 1
5. Approval of JSA & RA Form
10. WORK AFTER OFFICE HOUR
JOB SAFETY
ANALYSIS & RA
FORM
1.
2.
3.
•
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
JSA & RA Form.doc
Material Safety Data Sheet
(MSDS)
FIRST SCHEDULE of
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
(SCHEDULED WASTES)
REGULATIONS 2005.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Consist of 11 parts.
Title of procedure / experiment.
Name of author & contact number.
Name of supervisor { & co-supervisor}.
Method / Procedure.
Hazard Identification and Control measures
a. Substances used which have potential to cause
harm; i.e potential hazards.
b. Equipment used in the procedure which may cause
harm
c. Laboratoy / laboratories required
d. First Aid and Fire fighting equipment available
Disposal routes for waste materials
Risk assessment and precaution to be taken ( in
statement)
Level of supervision and suitability for out-of-work
a. Out-of work approval
b. Emergency contact number
Evidence of Review and checked by laboratory technician
and supervisor.
Details of other student involved in the
project/procedure
Review Section [TO BE FILLED BY POSTGRADUATE ONLY].
Any
Question ?

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