The Risk Management Tool Box Blog

JSA for Painting and Coating

Graham Marshall - Friday, January 21, 2011

Painting and coating of surfaces includes application by brush, spray, and roller. 

It may include surface preparation and clean-up once the job is finished. 

The key risk management activities include:

1.  Prevention of ingestion, inhalation and skin contact with potentially harmful substances;

2.  Prevention of fires and explosions;

3.  Prevention of spills; and

4.  Prevention of falls, dropping objects and collisions with moving machinery. 

In our shop you'll find a Job Safety Analysis that gets painters thinking about the hazards they face and how they can control the risk.  

Simply click here to visit the JSA.

JSA Manual
Post has no comments.
Post a Comment

Captcha Image

Trackback Link
Post has no trackbacks.

Recent Posts


Rosedale Abbey Hazard Spotting WMC Resources Hot work APPEA Safety Video Crane lifts Occupational Overuse Syndrome Procedures Call Centers Safe at Home Salute to Our Hero's Safety Moment Bio-hazards PPE Social Responsibility Driving Safety Pollution prevention Hess WorkSafe WA Risk Assessment ENI Australia Radiation Sources Aviation Safety Safety Culture Survey Ladder Safety Safe Operating Procedure (SOP) NOPSA Hazardous Substances Best bars in the oil patch Hazard Awareness UK HSE NORM Santos OHS Law Coal Seam Gas Drilling Railway Safety Unconventional Gas Emergency Response Water Corporation Electrical hazards Hierarchy of Safety Control Total Supervision Construction Safety US OSHA Global Harmonized System Hydraulic Fracturing ("fracking") Safety Conference Nanotechnology Process Hazard Management Psycho-social Hazards Farm safety Newfield Customer Testimonial Fire Prevention Rail Safety BP Job Safety Analysis Catostrophic Disaster Office Safety Toolbox talk Kinetic Energy Sakhalin Energy Oil Spill Response Hospital Safety Manual handling Fatigue Management SPE HSE Innovation Award Safety Alert Contract Risk Management Incident Investigation Unconventional Oil NOPSEMA Safety "one per-center's" ALARP Manufacturing Isolation Control Safety Information Posters Nautronix Kellogg Joint Venture Excavations Workplace bullying Chevron OSHA Natural Hazard Unconventional Hydrocarbons Working at height Working with explosives LOTO Energy Model of Hazards Safety Management Program Behaviour-based Safety (BBS) TK Shipping Work in Confined Spaces Walking one per center Marine Safety Slips, trips and falls WA Resources Safety Management of Change Risk Tool Box IFAP CSB Raspberry Ketones Scam Health Save our Seafarers Campaign Safety PowerPoint Presentation Situational Awareness MSDS Mining BHP Billiton Shell Australian OSH Codes of Practice Thank God it's Friday Woodside Safety Awards HSE Leadership Road Transport Risk Management


Blog / Terms of Use / Site Map / Disclaimer / Risk Management Tool Box 2009. All rights reserved. Web design by Luminosity. E-Commerce by JStores.