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TWI Job Safety (JS) Training
TWI Job Safety (JS) Training
TWI Job Safety (JS) Training
TWI Job Safety (JS) Training
Training program:

TWI Program: 

Job Safety (JS) Training


Based on the TWI instructional model, the Job Safety (JS) program creates a simple and logical framework by which supervisors can prevent accidents from happening—by learning how to analyze the causes of accidents and eliminating them before they happen. In addition to physical causes, JS emphasizes the role in which people’s feelings and attitudes contribute to accidents. Moreover, it stresses that the relationship of the supervisor and employees plays a pivotal role in a safe and environmentally responsible workplace.


Job Safety has successfully improved workplace safety and reduced hazardous situations in industries such as manufacturing, construction and healthcare. Companies practicing Job Safety experience lower incident rates, fewer accidents and injuries, better morale, less down time and improved safety records and inspection results.


NOTE:  Our TWI training materials are closely aligned to the original TWI training manuals developed by the TWI Service. 


Recommended Audience

  • This course is designed for any manager, supervisor, line leader and trainer wishing to gain practical know-how on the principles, process and tools of the TWI Job Safety methodology to enhance Lean transformation



  • Lectures, individual exercises, group activities and discussions and Q&A

  • Demonstration of Job Safety Breakdown by participants to the class




  • Fewer injuries

  • Fewer lost work days

  • Lower number of recordable incidents

  • Lower  workman’s compensation claims and premiums


Learning Objectives

  • Improve Job Safety based on the 4-Step method for JS

  • Perform a Job Safety breakdown

  • Give proper Job Safety instruction

  • Learn how to spot and avoid hazards

  • Understand a Supervisor’s major safety responsibilities





  • Introduction to TWI - JS

  • Definition of a Supervisor

  • 5 Basic Needs of Supervisors

  • Definition of Safety Incident

  • The Incident Chain

  • Heinrich's Accident Pyramid

  • Four Steps for Job Safety

  • Job Safety Breakdown

  • Job Safety Instruction

  • How to Spot Hazards

  • How to Avoid Hazards

  • Three Rules for Making Safety Instructions

  • Supervisor’s Major Safety Responsibilities


Award of Certificate

  • Certificate of Attendance will be issued to participants who have attended at least 75% of the workshop



  • 2 days

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