JSA Report Generator - US$199.00

The Job Safety Analysis Report Generator produces task-related risk assessment reports required by occupational health and safety regulations. It will save health & safety officers hours of effort and is fully customisable. Generated reports are im MSWord format (version 97 to 2007 inclusive).

How the product works

The JSA Report Generator is used to analyise tasks (jobs) in the workplace and to generate a report that lists the hazards identified with that task. Against each highlighted hazard, the report shows a set of control measures selected to mitigate the risk of injury to the worker. Actions taken to implement these controls can then be added to the report as required.

See a sample report (Adobe PDF format - opens in a new window)

The JSA report Generator installs with an inbuilt database of common occupational hazards. For each hazard on the database, the user can select from a list of up to 20 potential control measures. Of course each organisation is unique and where the task involves hazards that are not on on the database, the user can define custom hazards and controls to suit the task.

The list of hazards inbuilt into the Generator is included below. This is from the UK hazards database The program also installs a USA version.

Built-in Hazard Database

The Generator has 80 pre-defined hazards pre-progremmed into its database. Each hazard has up to 20 control measures defined.

  • 01 Burns from fire
  • 02 Smoke inhalation
  • 03 Burns from electrical plant
  • 04 Burns from gas plant
  • 05 Burns from hot water
  • 07 Cuts from broken glass
  • 08 Contact with chemicals
  • 09 Inhalation of chemicals
  • 10 Ingestion of chemicals
  • 11 Falls on slippery floors
  • 12 Falls on obstructed floors
  • 13 Falls down stairs/steps
  • 14 Contact with Electricity
  • 15 Manual Handling Injuries
  • 16 Collision with others
  • 17 Injuries from objects falling
  • 18 Falls from heights
  • 19 Burns from Electricity
  • 20 Escape of gas
  • 21 Airborne Harmful Substances
  • 22 Working in Isolation
  • 23 Handling of hazchem spillage
  • 24 Blood borne pathogens
  • 25 Injury from VDU use
  • 26 Water Safety and Pathogens
  • 27 Entanglement with equipment
  • 28 Contact with equipment
  • 29 Failure/Collapse of Lifting Equipment
  • 30 General use of vehicles and vehicle safety
  • 31 Use and handling of Liquid Petroleum Gas
  • 32 Provision & use of sanitary accommodation
  • 33 Facilities for work clothing
  • 35 Cleanliness
  • 36 Environmental comfort of workers
  • 37 Lighting standards
  • 38 Changing an electric plug
  • 39 Changing a light bulb
  • 40 Using a hand drill
  • 41 Using an abrasive wheel
  • 42 Using a kettle
  • 43 Window cleaning
  • 44 Roof level work
  • 45 Use of saws
  • 46 Hot work
  • 48 Handling corrosive materials
  • 49 Handling toxic materials
  • 50 Handling flammable materials
  • 51 Handling harmful materials
  • 52 Handling explosive materials
  • 53 Working in trenches
  • 54 Handling flammable materials
  • 55 Handling irritant materials
  • 56 Use of lawn mowing equipment
  • 57 Use of grass trimmer (strimmer) equipment
  • 58 Use of hedge cutting equipment
  • 59 Use of chainsaws
  • 60 Use of screwdrivers
  • 61 Use of chisels
  • 62 Use of hammers
  • 63 Use of spanners
  • 64 Use of wrenches
  • 65 Use of pliers
  • 65 Glass handling
  • 66 Heavy goods transport movements for loading and unloading
  • 67 Mechanical handling equipment
  • 68 Fire safety risk control
  • 69 Employment of young persons
  • 70 Employment of pregnant workers
  • 71 Sub contracting arrangements
  • 72 Training of sub contractors gaining access to site
  • 73 Site housekeeping during contract work
  • 74 Issuing of permit to work systems to contractors
  • 75 Contractors working on or near High Temperature Hot Water or steam installations
  • 76 Noise at Work
  • 77 Sub contracting on sprinkler systems
  • 78 Sub contractor carrying out hot working
  • 79 Welding by sub contractors
  • 80 Asbestos

Once a task has been analysed and a report generated, the user can save the report definition (the selected hazards) in a ".jsr" file. This tells the Generator which hazards and controls were selected for that job so it can be used as a basis (shortcut) when you need to develop a JSR for similar job in the future. Of course, the MSWord document that was generated can also be saved and, when opened again, the Generator will be able to detect automatically the relevant hazards that it contains.

Risk analysis for individual tasks is a recommendation of the OHSAS18001:2007 standard and a risk analysis report must be produced for each task that contains potential risk. This software is designed to save you hours of tedious report construction and to help you in the process of identifying hazards and controls.

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System Requirements

This product requires Microsoft Word version 97, 2000, XP, 2003 or 2007. The installation program is designed to install the product on a MS Windows platform. For Apple Mac uses with MSWord for Mac, we can supply the installation in ZIP (compressed) format on request.

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