Safety Seminar: The Most Important Tool in Your Toolbox: Job Hazard Analysis
Where: Boulder Chamber, 2440 Pearl St.
Cost: Free to Chamber Members; Appetizers and drinks will be provided
The Most Important Tool in Your Toolbox: Job Hazard Analysis
If one tool existed that was proven to accomplish many tasks with a great degree of accuracy, would you buy it? Come and learn how to change the workplace safety culture, reduce hazards, increase governmental compliance, increase productivity and identify training needs all with one tool — a job hazard analysis (JHA).
• Effectively using a JHA form
• Classifying job tasks and hazards associated with those tasks
• Identifying corrective measures to ensure that a job can be completed safely
John joined Pinnacol Assurance as a Safety Consultant in November of 2011 and now works in a Supervisory role. Previously he worked as an HR and Safety Manager, Safety Specialist, licensed Journeyman electrician, and electrical apprentice for an electrical contractor for nearly nine years. He is an instructor for first year electrical apprentices at the Independent Electrical Contractors Southern Colorado Chapter. John Crawmer attends management classes at Colorado Technical University. He is the president of the Southern Colorado Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers and active in his community. He holds two credentials from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals as a Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) and a Certified Environmental Safety and Health Trainer (CET). As a Colorado native he enjoys the outdoors. Traveling, gardening, reading, and playing lead guitar in a rock band are few of his other hobbies. He recently became a certified SCUBA diver in Hawaii.
This meeting is approved for the Boulder Chamber's Safety Group program and counts towards one of the two sessions each member must attend per policy period.
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