NATE today unveiled a video entitled “Job Hazard Analysis: Reducing Your Risk” that highlights the important elements of conducting a JHA at a communications tower site. The video is the last video to make its debut in Volume 3 of the Association’s Climber Connection series.
The educational video includes an interview with an experienced industry safety manager who articulates the proactive inspection, documentation and processes involved with implementing a JHA prior to work commencing at a tower site.
The video also highlights several prominent NATE resources and the information contained in the ANSI/ASSE A10.48 Standard as essential guides to utilize when conducting a JHA.
“Proactively mandating thorough job hazard analysis steps on a daily basis is an integral part of keeping our company’s technicians safe on the job,” said Amy Dolce, Safety Manager at SAI Group in Salem, New Hampshire. “This video does an outstanding job of reinforcing why it is crucial for each company and worker to closely adhere to JHA protocols and not take shortcuts that could potentially compromise safety,” added Dolce.
Click HERE to watch the Job Hazard Analysis video. NATE encourages tower technicians and industry stakeholders to actively participate in this campaign by posting the video on their respective social networking platforms using the hashtag #ClimberConnection. NATE also encourages industry workers to share their comments on the video through social interaction on the Association’s Facebook and Twitter pages.
December 18, 2018