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Task Safety Analysis (TSA) Procedure

A Task Safety Analysis (TSA) is a tool that focuses on job tasks as a way to identify hazards before they occur. Pre-task planning shall be performed for any activity or task that could reasonably present a risk of injury, illness, environmental or property damage.

The Task Safety Analysis procedure is the basic risk assessment tool for non-routine work. The TSA has proven to be a successful tool for use by craft, contractors and project workers performing non-routine tasks. The majority (>95%) of TSA's will be conducted by these groups. Routine work is risk assessed as part of the SOP development for a specific process or piece of equipment. Work not covered by an SOP should be risk assessed using a TSA or equivalent.

Other TSA related documents:

Specifically, this procedure defines the expectations and requirements for using the TSA as a primary element of pre-task planning. The BP/IISN TSA shall be used prior to starting construction, maintenance, demolition, remediation, operating equipment and similar work activities and applies to BP team members and every team member of any other company that has been engaged to perform work on BP premises.



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