Job Safe Analysis

Establishing a dependable practice to collect, maintain, and protect a company’s process knowledge helps protect an important asset which simply makes good business sense. Accurate and complete process knowledge is required to thoroughly identify process hazards and analyze risk.

Job Safe Analysis (JSA) is a procedure that systematically identifies: 1) job steps, 2) specific hazards associated with each job step, and 3) safe job procedures associated with each step to minimize accident potential.

Gateway has developed a user-friendly JSA solution on the Microsoft 365 platform that’s capable of initiating and managing job safety analysis.

A key feature of FACILEX® JS is the representation of the business process using a lifecycle. The baseline configuration provides a simple two phased approach.

FACILEX® JS provides a powerful and intuitive initiation process that manages the collection of the common and site specific attributes. 

FACILEX® JS is configured to represent an organization’s asset structure in drop down menus that rapidly allow the initiator to define where the analysis applies.

Any numbering scheme can be supported. FACILEX® uses standard SharePoint lists that can be easily configured for additional attributes such as text, numbers, dates or Boolean logic.

FACILEX® automatically generates all the standard action items for the analysis and notifies individuals and groups of their assignments by email and on the JS Participants Portal. Additional action items can be added or open action items can be edited or deleted by any authorized user. Risk ranking tools are provided or an organization’s existing tools can be used.  

FACILEX® uses SharePoint for all aspects of electronic document management including: access, version and revision control. Each JSA has a comprehensive folder structure to store supporting documentation and work-in-progress documentation.

The baseline configuration comes with several standard reports and custom reports are easily configured. JSA reports can be rapidly printed or exported to graphical reporting tools such as Power BI, Excel and third party products such as a Tableau.