HSEC FORMS: Task Analysis

HSEC FORMS: Task Analysis

A Task Analysis form is used to review and document in detail the physical requirements of the works including equipment, process and procedures, people, hazards and their controls.

Task Analysises can also help to identify worker behaviour and interactions.

Click on   HSEC   from the main menu, then click on Task Analysis  from the HSEC Forms tabs.

Task Analysis Management Table

Manage all your Task Analysis's from within the Task Analysis Management table.

A     Navigation Breadcrumbs: Click on hyperlinks to jump to that screen
B     Page Toggle Width: Click to increase or decrease the page width
C     Data Filters: Click to filter Mangement Table by All, Draft, Issued, Closed. Default is All.
D     Actions Menu: Click create new Task Analysis
E      Page Help: Click to view help for this page.
F      Show entries  :   Change the view settings to Show 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 or All entries
G      Search:   Click in the Search field and enter search criteria to find data from within the Task Analysis Management Table
   Task Analysis Management Table: Overview of Task Analysis details

Contained in this table is:
 Investigation Table

    Field Name
     Task Date
    Date of report
    Task Report Number
    Sequential number for this report.
     Name and number of Task being undertaken
   Status of this report ie Draft, Issued or Closed
    Choose from View, Edit or Delete this Incident Investigation

Creating a new Task Analysis form.

1.  Click on the Create Task Analysis from the Actions menu.

A     Form Header: Enter general Task Analysis details. See below for full details
B     Page Help: Click to review help file.
C     Task Analysis: Questionnaire about policies, procedures and permits in place.
D    Team Member Details: Names, positon, experience and signatures of team members signing onto this Task Analysis. Use Add Team Member button to add more.
E     Analysis: Listing of Job Steps, their identified hazards, agreed controls, responsible person and if ihazard is effectively managed. Use Add Job Step button to add more.
F      Task Analysis Approver: Name, signature, date and time of signing of approval
G     Save & Cancel buttons

Don't forget to click  Save  to save your changes. 
 See below for full details pertaining to   - Form Header Details

 Header Details

   Field Name
    Job/Task  Mandatory * Use the dropdown to select the Job/Task this form is for.

   Note: Only Jobs/Tasks marked as Available will show.
   Mandatory * This field will prepopulate based on Job/Task selected or use the dropdown to assign.
   Select your Crew members. This field is feed from your Staff table.
   Mandatory * Click in field to activate calendar to choose date/time of Task Analysis
   Report Status
  Use dropdown to select the Task Status ie Draft, Issued, Closed
   Describe the task in detail
  Free text field to enter detailed description of Task to be undertaken
   Describe the location of task
  Free text field to enter detailed description of location of where the Task to be undertaken
  List the main tools & equipment 
  Free text field to enter main tools and equipment involved to undertake this Task

Editing an Incident Investigation 

1.   Click on the   Task Analysis Number   or pencil   edit   icon under Control.
2.   Review data and edit as applicable
3.   Click Save to save your changes.

Don't forget to click  Save  to save any changes made

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