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New Resources to Improve Pre-Task Planning

Pre-Task Planning (PTP) – also known as job hazard analysis, job safety analysis, morning huddle, etc. – is a process performed before each task starts to discuss the steps of work, hazards, and available controls. To help contractors design, implement, assess, and continuously improve their PTP process, CPWR has developed a comprehensive PTP package. It contains several applied tools — including checklists, templates, and practical examples — to help you through the process. To access these resources, visit CPWR’s Pre-Task Planning (PTP) Guidelines and Resources for Construction webpage.