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Chapter 31: sJHA PROCESS – SUBCONTRACTOR JOB HAZARDS ANALYSIS
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Who needs to know about these requirements?
The requirements of this PUB-3000 chapter, sJHA Process — Subcontractor Job Hazards Analysis, apply to:
- Berkeley Lab requesters of nonconstruction services performed by subcontractors, vendors, and affiliates, as defined in Section 31.5, Roles and Responsibillities
- Berkeley Lab subcontractors, vendors, and affiliates who perform hands-on work at facilities owned or leased by the Laboratory
- Subcontractors who perform hands-on work at Berkeley Lab are required to submit safety assurance documents appropriate for their scope of work. These documents typically include scope of work, Job Hazards Analysis, and special permits and work authorizations. Before work can begin, these documents must be approved by Berkeley Lab. During the performance of subcontractor work, Berkeley Lab provides oversight that is commensurate with the work hazards. See the LBNL Worker Safety and Health Program (PUB-3851), Section 1.6, Flow Down of 851 Requirements to Subcontractors.
- Every worker at Berkeley Lab must be either directly supervised or have a current work authorization resulting from a Job Hazards Analysis process, as defined in Chapter 32, Section 32.5, Job Hazards Analysis Process.
What you need to do before your subcontractor, vendor, or affiliate performs hands-on work
During the conduct of the hands-on work performed by the subcontractor, vendor, or affiliate:
Where to find out more:
Whom to contact for help:
For information on how your division is implementing the sJHA process requirements, contact your Division Safety Coordinator.
- For questions regarding the Nonconstruction Safety Assurance Program, contact Bill Wells, the Nonconstruction Safety Assurance Program Manager.