This 8 hour course covers the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) EM 385-1-1 requirements for the development and use of Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) as part of a Contractors Risk Management Process. The Risk Management Process is a business process that includes the identification, assesment, and prioritization of risks, followed by coordinated and economical application or resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probablility and/or impact of unfortunate events to an acceptable level. The AHA is a tool used to accomplish this risk management process.
Course topics include the Hierarchy of Controls, Competent and Qualified Person requirements, idenfification of activities requiring an AHA, methods for tracking AHA's, best practicies in writing AHA's, Auditing AHA's, interface with Quality Control personnel in the 3-phase prepatory process, and record retention.
Activity Hazard Analysis Development and Management Course, 8 Hour by Tracy Lawson, CSP of Lawson & Associates, Inc. at the Building Industry Association (BIA) Construction Training Center of the Pacific (CTC).
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