|2nd - 50th user, each||$49|
|51st - 100th additional user, each||$30|
|101st - 500th additional user, each||$20|
|Each user from 501-1000||$10|
|Each user 1001 and up||$5|
JSABuilder is the easiest, most effective way to create, document and manage your Job Safety Analysis (JSA), also known as Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA). JSABuilder further allows you to share your job safety knowledge across your organization.
Through easy-to-answer questionsand lists of pre-programmed, existing and potential workplace hazards and mitigation controls, our super-simple technology helps you build a thoughtful, comprehensive Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and keep your workplace safer and your costs down. JSABuilder is easy to customize and allows multiple users from your company to view and share their JSAs with each other online, storing each Job Safety Analysis (JSA) in your on-line library for reference and re-use. JSABuilder also allows you to break your job into job steps, allowing for more thorough job safety analysis.
JSABuilder also provides you with access to a compilation of your most common hazards and controls, as well as those identified in tens of thousands of JSAs created by our community. This unparalleled access to information helps you gain valuable perspective, enabling you to make more informed decisions in protecting worker safety and health. Unlike desktop based job safety analysis software, JSABuilder can be accessed from anywhere, on any computer. See our pricing for more information about adding multiple users.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recognizes job safety analysis or job hazard analysis as being "a very effective means of helping reduce incidents, accidents, and injuries in the workplace…" The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in their safety and health requirements manual EM381-1-1 requires that contractors and USACE personnel perform an Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA). The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) , under 30 CFR 250.1911, requires that offshore operators "ensure the development and implementation of... a job safety analysis (operations/task level) for all of your facilities." More information on 30 CFR 250.1911 and criteria for hazards analyses.