Who is responsible for creating JSAs? Although Supervisors and Safety Professionals generally develop the JSAs, the forms shall be reviewed by workers performing the job for feedback and suggestions. Often times, employees who routinely utilize equipment and/or perform specific job tasks are better able to identify certain hazards associated with the work, so it is critical that those individuals be involved in the JSA development process.
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