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Part I: The Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) form
Step 1: List the specific manufacturer instructions for a vehicle of your choosing that you currently own (e.g., car, motorcycle, truck, ATV, RV, boat trailer) for the changing of a tire. The list does not have to be verbatim, but the critical sequence of events should be included.
Step 2: Refer to your list of specific instructions and as you review the section in Chapter 9 of your eTextbook titled A Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment Guide as well as Appendix 2 of OSHA’s Job Hazard Analysis to determine each hazard and associated risk. Keep in mind you are looking to identify which conditions could be causal factors when changing a tire. You must identify at least five hazards.
Step 3: Use the Risk Assessment Matrix, including Probability and Severity Codes, Table 9.9 in Chapter 9 of the eTextbook to complete the risk assessment of each hazard in your list.
Step 4: Evaluate the hazard, associated risk, and risk assessment code (RAC) for each step/task in your list as you complete the Unit V Job Hazard Analysis Form . Ensure you have identified at least five hazards.
All sections of the form for each step/task must have an assigned RAC. As an example, if you determine that the occurrence probability for a step is Occasional and the severity of consequences is Critical, the RAC would then be S – Serious.