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Updating the JSA MasterFiles

Updating the JSA MasterFiles

Master Files are what keeps the Hasmate health and safety program flexible.  When we built the JSA module, we wanted to make the process of creating a JSA in the program easier than filling out pages and pages of paper!

For that reason, some of the fields are Master Files.  For information on existing Master Files, click here.

New Master Files

  • Client Name (no default options will be set up)
    This should be the company name of businesses that you do jobs for.
    This is used in the JSA Details section, please click here.
  • Communication Method (this is set up by default)
    Examples – Contractor Briefings, Daily Prestart Briefings, Progress Meetings, Project Prestart Briefings, Toolbox Talks.
    This is used in the JSA Details section, please click here.
  • Communication Frequency (this is set up by default)
    Examples – Daily, Monthly, Weekly.
    This is used in the JSA Details section, please click here.
  • Identified Hazard (this is set up by default)
    Examples –

    • Animals
    • Asbestos
    • Combustible/Explosive/Flammable Materials
    • Contaminated Site
    • Difficult Entry or Exit
    • Dust
    • Enclosed/Confined Spaces
    • Engulfment
    • Forklifts
    • General Public/Bystanders
    • Hazardous Substances
    • Heavy Machinery
    • Ladders/Elevated Work Platform
    • Machinery
    • Manual Handling
    • Noise from Plant/Machinery
    • Other Contractors on Site
    • Overhead Power Cables
    • Poisonous Fumes/Gas
    • Potential for Difficult Rescue
    • Pressurized Fluids/Gas
    • Remote Location
    • Scaffolding
    • Sewerage
    • Sharp Materials
    • Slippery Surface
    • Steep Roof
    • Steep Slopes
    • Suspended Loads
    • Temperature Extremes
    • Traffic and Vehicle Movements
    • Trip Hazards
    • Unauthorised Persons
    • Underground Services
    • Unstable Ground Conditions
    • Weather Conditions
    • Wind
    • Working Alone
    • Working at Heights

This is used in the Contract Safety Management Plan section, please click here.

  • Type of Waste (this is set up by default)
    Examples – GIB board, Plastic wrap, Surplus concrete, Timber offcuts.
    This is used in the Site Waste section, please click here.
  • Subcontractor Company (no default options will be set up)
    This should be the company names of any subcontractors that you organize to be onsite.
    This is used in the Supplied Requirements section and the Subcontractor Induction section.
  • Environment Risk Type (this is set up by default)
    Examples –

    • Asbestos
    • Birdlife/nesting
    • Burial Sites
    • Chemical Containers
    • Concrete Slurry
    • Damage to Footpaths
    • Damage to Roads
    • Dust
    • Fuel/Oil Spillages
    • Hazardous Substances
    • Odour
    • Protected Trees
    • Rubbish Storage/Disposal
    • Sewerage & Toilets
    • Soil Contamination
    • Soil Disposal
    • Stream Contamination
    • Trees
    • Vegetation
    • Vibration
    • Wai Tapu Sites
    • Water Contamination
    • Waste Concrete
    • Wildlife

This is used in the Potential Environmental Risks section, please click here.

  • Job Requirement (this is set up by default)
    Examples –

    • Asbestos Removal
    • Cherry Picker
    • Compactor
    • Compactor Roller
    • Crane
    • Excavator
    • Harnesses
    • Helicopter Services
    • Mobile Platform
    • Mobile Scaffolding
    • Portacom
    • Scaffolding
    • Security Fencing
    • Security Services
    • Transportation

This is used in the Supplied Requirements section, please click here.

  • Permit Type (this is set up by default)
    Examples –

    • Asbestos Removal
    • Close Approach
    • Confined Spaces
    • Elevated Work Platform
    • Gas Free
    • Hot Work
    • Live Electrical Work
    • Permit to Dig
    • Roof Access
    • Shutdown Notice
    • Traffic Management Plan
    • Working at Heights
    • WorkSafe Notifiable Work

This is used in the Permits section, please click here.

  • Licence Type (this is set up by default)
    Examples –

    • Asbestos Removal
    • Asbestos Removal
    • Certified Welder
    • Demolition
    • Drainage
    • Drain Laying
    • Electrician
    • Gas Installation
    • NZCB Approved Builders
    • Pre-Qualification Certificate
    • Plumbing
    • Scaffolding
    • Security
    • Tall Crane Operators

This is used in the Licences/Qualifications section, please click here.

  • Emergency Role (this is set up by default)
    Examples –

    • Emergency Warden
    • First Aider
    • Rescue at Heights
    • Site Safety Person

This is used in the Emergency Personnel section, please click here.

  • Rescue Method (this is set up by default)
    Examples –

    • Emergency Services
    • Extraction from enclosed space
    • Harness Rescue
    • Helicopter

This is used in the Rescue Method section, please click here.

  • Code of Practice/Guideline (this is set up by default)
    Examples –

    • A Guide to Respiratory Protection
    • Approved Code of Practice for Excavation and Shafts
    • Best Practice for Scaffolding in New Zealand
    • Best Practice Guidelines for Working at Heights in New Zealand
    • Best Practice Guidelines for Working on Roofs
    • COP for Manual Lifting
    • Edge Protection
    • Fatigue in Construction
    • Guide for Safety with Underground Services
    • Health and Safety at Work Act 2015
    • Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment
    • Power Activated Elevated Work Platforms ACOP
    • Power Activated Handheld Fastening Tools
    • Provision of Facilities on Construction Sites
    • Regulation 26 of the Electrical (Safety) Regulations 2010
    • Roofers Using Chainsaws
    • Roof Inspections and Measurement
    • Safe Working with Ladders and Stepladders
    • Stepladder Safety
    • Working Safer and Smarter with Power Cut-off Saws
    • WorkSafe NZ Working at Heights
    • WorkSafe NZ Managing the Risk of Falls at Workplaces

This is used in the Code of Practice/Guidelines section, please click here.

  • Inspection Type (this is set up by default)
    Examples –

    • Building Inspection
    • Final Building Compliance Inspection
    • Major Plant and Equipment Inspection
    • Prestart Inspection
    • Site Inspection
    • Special MEWP/Cranes Inspection
    • Vehicle Inspection

This is used in the Inspections section, please click here.

Adding a new Master File

For instructions on how to do this, click here.

Updating/editing a Master File

For instructions on how to do this, click here.

Deleting a Master File

For instructions on how to do this, click here.

If you have further questions or require training on using the Hasmate program, please contact Hasmate.