Hazard Recognition

Pre-Job Safety Analysis/Risk Mitigation Plan

Initial comprehensive Job Safety Analyses (JSA)/Risk Mitigation Plans (RMP) are prepared for every project. These JSAs/RMPs are reviewed with the site supervisors to assure that they understand the hazards involved and our mitigation plans.

Daily Safe Work Plan & Pre-Task Safety Analysis

Our job supervisors start each shift everyday with a formal written Daily Safe Work Plan (DSWP) and Pre-Task Safety Analysis (PTSA). The Daily Safe Work Plan/Pre-Task Safety Analysis provides a documented record of our proactive approach to performing job tasks in the safest way possible.

The work area, emergency numbers, and special procedures are logged in. Job hazards are identified and controls or safety precautions required are addressed. Then the job tasks and work to be performed is reviewed collectively by all employees assigned to that supervisor and every worker on the crew signs the signature section.


All supervisors are required to complete a formal Safety, Health, & Environmental Assessment (audit) on a weekly basis. It is expected that corrective actions will be taken immediately on all identified inadequacies or deficiencies.

Our Safety, Health, and Environmental Department performs assessments (audits) on every project not matter how large or small. Our safety, health, & environmental professionals assess the work in progress, make a physical hazards inventory, and performs a managers/supervisors review of all expected safety documentation including daily safe work plans, J.A.W.S. Talks, J.A.W.S. Job Aids, supervisor assessments, lift inspections, etc.  Training or re-training will be conducted if the assessments determine this need. Assessment findings are documented and reports are distributed to upper management.

Incident Investigation & Reporting

Scheck Industries is committed to the prevention of harm to workers, damage to equipment, and loss of process. It is, therefore, necessary to address all incidents as if they were losses. That includes near-misses, first aids, and serious or lost time incidents. We require that all incidents, including near-misses, be investigated as if the potential loss occurred and that all corrective actions are initiated.



Joseph Lasky Jr.

Joe Lasky
CSP, CHMM - Director- Corporate Safety, Health & Environment
(708) 482-8100