Brainstorming sessions can produce ideas for eliminating or controlling those hazards.
Risk is the probability that a hazard will result in an adverse consequence.
Assessing risk helps to determine the proper mitigation strategy and priorities.
Risk ratings and scaling can show where additional resources are required.
Assigning numerical values to risk must be done by individuals with a thorough knowledge of the hazard.
The process of running through a standard template or question set can bring to mind a few things you might not think of while creating a JSA in a hurry.