Hazard Identification and Task Risk Assessment (HITRA) is a structured process to identify the hazards and specify actions to mitigate these hazards for a work activity or task.
- HITRA roles and responsibilities
- HITRA Prerequisites
- Health, Safety, Security, Environment, Hazard Identification, and Risk Assessment / Mitigation
- Equipment and Forms Required
- Supporting Documents / Related Procedures
Procedure for conducting a new HITRA, including:
- Form the team
- Identify permit covered tasks and task hazards
- Identify hazard effects
- Determine probabilities and initial risk level
- Identify control measures and mitigations
- Determine residual risk
- Specification of work monitoring requirements
- Obtain approvals
- Implement control measures
- Workforce acceptance
- Additions and changes
- Using a previously developed HITRA
Want to learn more?
The video (above) by Work Safe BC defines the terms hazard identification and risk assessment, and explains the difference between the two.
Our facility offers many real world scenarios for identifying hazards and risks but in a controlled environment.