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1 Job Hazard Analysis Position: Employment Direct Support Professional Completed by: Health & Safety Committee Date: November 11, 2016 Main Activity Hazard Rating Hazard Controls CLW Policy/ Providing Support to people who have challenging needs Injury due to aggressive behaviour, cuts, bites, contusions Non violent crisis prevention intervention training Site specific training Support Strategies Site specific physical modification Personal protective equipment-arm guards, gloves Addressing Challenging Needs Workplace Violence Prevention and Protection Support Analysis and Assessment Interacting with supported. Psychosocial stress, harassment, violence when interacting with upset or aggressive supported or possible unauthorized s entering. De-escalation techniques Support strategy Working Alone measures, locked doors Home Hazard Assessment Workplace Violence NVCI training Work Alone s Transporting supported to various locations using passenger van/vehicle Vehicle collisions, loss of control Safe driving practices Driver licensing requirements Vehicle inspection and maintenance Pre-trip inspection Vehicle operation training Safe driving in poor weather conditions measures Transportation Safe Use of Agency Vehicles Safe operating procedure for van Driver distractions Hands free electronic communication devices Medical or behavioural response measures Stop vehicle in safe location and attempt to calm individual Transportation s Safe Use of Agency Vehicles Weather conditions Vehicle inspection and maintenance to avoid Inclement Weather JHA - 7 Page 1 of 5

2 Extremes of temperature-heat and cold breakdowns Proper clothing and footwear Emergency s Measures and procedures for use of wheel chair lift and Q-straint Safe lifting and transferring techniques Safe practices when entering and exiting van. Van Transportation Back Care Pinches, abrasions, struck by movement of equipment Safe use of backload/sideload lift Maintenance of van, lifting mechanism, equipment Safe Operating Van Back Care training Transportation Fire or emergency van evacuation Fire extinguisher on board accessible vehicles Emergency evacuation measures.. Community including shopping, banking, errands to support supported, exertion Slips, trips, falls Loss of vehicle control, collisions MSD prevention Good supportive footwear Assess walking and working surfaces See hazard controls listed above Lifting & Transferring Back Care training Transportation Safe use of agency vehicle Inclement Weather JHA - 7 Page 2 of 5

3 Maintenance and cleaning Chemical splash and skin contact with concentrated cleaners Gloves, eye protection if very strong cleaners are used WHMIS training PPE WHMIS Slips, falls Non-slip, closed toe footwear Safe use of ladders Good housekeeping, tripping and slipping hazard reduction Ladder Slips, Trips and Falls Goody body mechanics MSD prevention Contact with broken glass or other sharp objects Gloves Disposal in hard shell container Safe handling of garbage and waste PPE -level exposure to mercury vapour from compact fluorescent bulbs Safe work methods for cleanup of broken compact fluorescent bulbs (CFL) Safe Operating Preparing meals using fridge, stove, sink, small kitchen appliances, microwave, cleaning up after meals Cuts, burns, abrasions Keep equipment and utensils in good operating condition Knife and equipment safety procedures and training Use of hot pads and thermal oven mitts Use of equipment procedure Knife Safety Electrical contact Keep equipment in good condition Safe use of equipment near sinks and water JHA - 7 Page 3 of 5

4 Lifting and transferring supported. Conduct and document pre-inspection prior to use of lift assist equipment Refer to Individual Profile/Support Mandatory use of lift assists equipment wherever possible. Only use two- lifts if absolutely necessary. Lifting and Transferring Back Care Snow Blower operation Entanglement in moving parts of snow blower if it jams Good maintenance of equipment Safe operating snow blower Specific instructions for snow blower and user manual. Noise Hearing protection if excessive time is spent blowing snow Cold exposure Snow boot, gloves, winter jacket, hat Slips, falls High traction footwear De-icer application after clearing snow Flying snow and debris Safety glasses Fire/explosion when dispensing gasoline Safety glasses Get assistance to remove unit from storage if necessary. Snow shovelling and sidewalk salting Cold Exposure Warm clothing Good body mechanics and techniques when shovelling Safe Operating Snow removal by shovel Slips, Falls Regular de-icer application Non-slip footwear Desk and computer work station work (computers, monitors, telephones, Musculoskeletal disorders arising from static, awkward positions, repetitive hand, finger, arm movements when using keyboard, mouse, telephone, doing hard copy work, reading, writing Proper work station design and set up. Very task, take break away from continuous computer work every hour. Health and Safety Program (MSD awareness) JHA - 7 Page 4 of 5

5 copiers, filing printers.) Transportation (City Bus) Slips, Trips and Falls Good supportive footwear Assess walking and working surfaces Inclement Weather Job Shadowing at various workplaces Exposed to various workplace hazards Follow various workplaces safety policies and s along with CLW safety policies and procedures. All related Health and Safety Policy/. Safety at various workpalces. RATING SCALE: : Hazards that should be monitored and controlled when practical. : Hazards that should be controlled as soon as practical and monitored until effective controls can be established. High: Hazards that must be controlled immediately. JHA - 7 Page 5 of 5

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