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ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK PAGE       OF      


JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS (JHA)

  1. WORK PROJECT OR ACTIVITY:

Helicopter Travel

2. DATE:


NEW

REVISED

3. LOCATION OF JOB:

     


4. DIVISION:

     


5. BRANCH:

     


6. NAME OF EMPLOYEE(S) INVOLVED IN ANALYSIS:

     


7. SUPERVISOR:

     


8. DIVISION CHIEF:

     


9. REQUIRED PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:

Hard hat or flight helmet with chin strap, eye pro, ear pro, long sleeve nomex shirt, nomex pants, leather gloves, leather boots



10. REQUIRED TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT:

     


11. APPLICABLE STANDARDS:

     


12. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:

OAS-B3 (not required)



13. SEQUENCE OF JOB STEPS

14. POTENTIAL HAZARD

15. HAZARD CONTROL

Obtain a flight briefing from Helitack Personnel

Unaware of ELT location, fuel shutoff, battery and electrical shutoff, fire extinguisher location, unaware of survival kit location, Unaware of load and unload procedures, crash positions, and emergency procedures. Not receiving a pre-flight briefing will cause a person flying to be unprepared in case of emergency, and unaware of all the rules associated with flight. Can result in serious injury or death

Listen carefully to pre-flight briefing and follow all rules and guidelines

Prepare for flight by wearing all required PPE

Not wearing PPE can cause injury or death.

Wear proper PPE at all times

Follow Helitack instructions on loading the ship. Never go near the tail rotor, bend over when under main rotor blades, load from downhill side, fasten safety belt

Going near the tail rotor may cause you to run into it. Loading from uphill side or not bending over may cause you to get hit by main rotor blades

Do not go near tail rotor, follow helitack instructions, be aware of your surroundings, do not approach the ship until instructed


JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS (JHA) CONTINUATION SHEET PAGE       OF      

  1. WORK PROJECT OR ACTIVITY:

Helicopter Travel

13. SEQUENCE OF JOB STEPS

14. POTENTIAL HAZARD

15. HAZARD CONTROL

Unloading should be the same steps as loading. Unfasten safety belt when ship is firmly on the ground. Follow helitack instructions and get to a safe area away from the ship immediately

Being too close to ship once you have unloaded-and the ship is taking off-can cause debris or even the ship itself to injure you

Follow helitack instructions. Get a safe distance from helicopter immediately

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



Emergency Evacuation Instructions

Work supervisors and crew members are responsible for developing and discussing field emergency evacuation procedures (EEP) and alternatives in the event a person(s)

become seriously ill or injured at the worksite.
Be prepared to provide the following information:


  1. Nature of the accident or injury (avoid using the victim’s name).

  2. Type of assistance needed, if any (ground, air, or water).

  3. Location of accident or injury, best access route into the worksite (road name/number), identifiable ground/air landmarks.

  4. Radio frequency(s).

  5. Contact Person.

  6. Local hazards to ground vehicles or aviation.

  7. Weather conditions (wind speed and direction, visibility, temperature).

  8. Topography.

  9. Number of individuals to be transported.

  10. Estimated weight of individuals for air/water evacuation.

The items listed above serve only as guidelines for the development of emergency evacuation procedures.


JHA and Emergency Evacuation Procedures Acknowledgement

We, the undersigned Supervisor and employees, acknowledge participation in the development of this JHA and accompanying emergency evacuation procedures. We have thoroughly discussed and understand the provisions of each of these documents.


SUPERVISOR’S SIGNATURE

DATE:

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

DIVISION CHIEF’S SIGNATURE

DATE:

JHA Instructions

The JHA shall identify the date(s) the JHA was written, the location of the work project or activity, the Division and Branch writing the JHA, the name of the employee(s) writing the JHA, the name of the employee(s)’s supervisor approving the JHA, and the name of the Division Chief approving the JHA. The Supervisor acknowledges that employees have read and understand the contents, have received the required training, and are qualified to perform the work project or activity.



Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Self explanatory



Block 6: Name of employee(s) writing the JHA
Block 7: Name of employee(s)’s supervisor approving the JHA
Block 8: Name of the Division Chief approving the JHA
Block 9: List all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) identified in Hazard Control section of the JHA.
Block 10: List all the tools and equipment required to perform the work project or activity.
Block 11: List all applicable standards associated with the completion of the work project or activity. (Example: OSHA 1910.134 Respiratory Protection)
Block 12: List specific employee training required to perform the work project or activity.
Block 13: Identify all tasks and procedures associated with the work project or activity that have potential to cause injury or illness to personnel and damage to property or material. Include emergency evacuation procedures (EEP).


Block 14: Identify all known or suspect hazards associated with each respective task/procedure listed in block 13. For example:

  1. Research past accidents/incidents

  2. Research appropriate literature

  3. Discuss the work project/activity with participants

  4. Observe the work project/activity

  5. A combination of the above


Block 15: Identify appropriate actions to reduce or eliminate the hazards identified in block 14. Abatement measures listed below are the order of the preferred abatement method:

  1. Engineering Controls: The most desirable method of abatement. Examples: Ergonomically designed tools, equipment, and furniture

  2. Substitution: Example: Switching to high flash point, non-toxic solvents

  3. Administrative Controls: Example: Limiting exposure by reducing the work schedule

  4. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): The least desirable method of abatement. Example: Hearing protection when working with or close to portable machines (chainsaws, rock drills, and portable water pumps)

  5. A combination of above



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