Provides a uniform methodology and outlines key components of job briefings.
Document job sequence, hazards to be encountered, and steps taken to control/eliminate hazards by doing the following:
All crew members shall participate in a documented job briefing. Job briefings are to be held at the start of the work shift, as work tasks or hazards differ from original briefing, and as additional personnel arrive at the job site. These job briefings shall include the components of a Hazard Analysis or use your company specific hazard analysis program associated with the work steps, hazards associated with the work step, and ways to eliminate or control the hazards. The job briefing form shall have a provision for each employee to sign to verify they have participated in the job briefing. Each ET&D Partnership company’s management shall establish a review process to ensure that the documented job briefing process is effective.
National Electric Safety Code (NESC, ANSI C2 - Part 4)
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