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Performing an Effective Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Using the Risk Scoring System
February 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmFree
Risks are everywhere in business. It is critical to conduct risk assessments to identify, assess and control the impact of risks. There are some risk assessments that need to be systematically conducted especially related to safe working practices and legislative compliance, where managing those risks is a matter of having formal processes in place. Risks come in many forms and could affect your workplace safety, reputation, financial stability, and legal operation, so you need to minimize or eliminate potential risks wherever possible.
Learn more about the importance of proactive risk assessments, risk mitigations strategies and how it improves safety, compliance and operations from our industry expert, Brandon Lege.
During this webinar, you will hear about:
- Proactive identification of hazards in the workplace
- Analyzing and assessing risks of the job tasks you face daily
- Understanding how to determine the severity and probability of each hazard and how to reduce them to acceptable levels
- Understanding the steps of writing a JSA
- Developing a JSA for specific jobs
Brandon Lege | Corporate Health and Safety Manager | Texas Petroleum Investment Company
Brandon Lege is the Corporate Health and Safety Manager for Texas Petroleum Investment Company, an Independent Oil and Gas Operator spread throughout Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. He is a Board-Certified Safety Professional, holding the credentials of Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST).
His professional career began as a High School Educator, teaching Social Studies and coaching football, cross country, and track and field. In 2001. his safety career began in General Industry at a food manufacturer, where the PSM standards were first implemented. During this time, Brandon ventured into Oil and Gas in 2001 performing consulting for a chemical company and eventually transitioning into service side (workover and drilling) and E&P side of the Oil and Gas industry.