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Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA)

activity hazard analysis aha fForm, jsa, jhaThe objective of this course is to educate employees and other personnel regarding the basics of Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA), its basic concepts, its development process, and its function as part of an overall APP. Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA)is a key element in the overall safety management program. AHA is a simple, effective technique for recognizing, controlling or, eliminating hazards to help prevent accidental occurrences and illnesses. The process of developing an AHA enables employees to identify task related hazards and to establish safer work procedures, improving workplace safety, productivity and quality.


Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:
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Prepare an AHA for each Project Definable Feature of Work
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Write clear, observable steps for each task
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Identify the hazards for each step
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Identify Controls to reduce exposure to acceptable risk level

USACE Says

An Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) is a tool that breaks down every job or process into individual tasks to identify the associated hazards.

AHAs:
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Who Needs Training?

Every employee should know how to write an AHA for each Definable Feature of Work (DFOW).

Participants will receive a Participant Manual and course handouts.

Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of the course.

 


We also conduct On Site Training and Live On Line Training.