Safe Job Procedures

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Safe Job Procedures

The Asphalt Technical Advisory Committee have developed Safety Tools & Resources to assist companies in the road building sub sector with their safety programs. Originally called the “Road Builder Group,” the ATAC committee came together after the asphalt production industry faced a series of severe accidents and near misses. ATAC serves as an ongoing industry committee that now provides the BCCSA with valuable insight and works to develop tools that address workplace safety. 

Safe Job Procedure (SJP): A written, specific step-by-step description of how to complete a job safely and efficiently from start to finish. (e.g. lockout, confined space, hoisting, rigging). Safe job procedures must clearly identify the hazards the worker could be exposed to, the steps required to complete the task (in proper order) and the control measures (also referred to as safe work procedures or execution plans).