Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - Canada - Best Practices
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Hazard identification (HAZID) and risk assessment involves a critical sequence of information gathering and the application of a decision-making process. These assist in discovering what could possibly cause a major accident (hazard identification), how likely it is that a major accident would occur and the potential consequences (risk assessment) and what options there are for preventing and mitigating a major accident (control measures). These activities should also assist in improving operations and productivity and reduce the occurrence of incidents and near misses.
Replace with Company Name, in consultation with its employees and subcontractors, through JSA’s will identify all reasonably foreseeable hazards at the jobsite that may cause a major accident; and the kinds of major accidents that may occur at the jobsite, the likelihood of a major accident occurring and the likely consequences of a major accident.  This program provides processes to ensure employees and/or sub-contractors are actively involved in the hazard identification process and hazards are reviewed with all employees concerned, and provides mechanisms to involve workers and their elected representatives in the development of the worker safety and health program goals, objectives, and performance measures and in the identification and control of hazards in the workplace (see: Involving employees in control measures below).