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On a construction project reminding workers of safety can have a positive benefit to both morale and the overall safety of a jobsite. Each day information is piled upon workers and it’s easy to let certain subjects slip to the back of the mind. A toolbox talk is a great way to remind workers about a specific safety subject each week on a construction site. But what is a toolbox talk, how is it used and what is it used for?
A toolbox talk is used on a construction site as a formal way to educate workers on a specific safety subject. It is typically used on a daily or weekly basis by crew leaders. Each time a toolbox talk is given, it typically comes with a document educating the workers and a discussion. Workers are then asked to sign off on the document that they received the safety training. A toolbox talk on a construction site promotes a safe work environment and will protect you legally.
Our toolbox talk template will help you to create a formal environment for your construction safety toolbox talks. The template allows you to standardize the look and feel of them. This toolbox talk template comes with the following:
This toolbox talk is word based meaning it can be utilized in any word processor (Google Docs, Microsoft Word, etc).
Start making your jobsite safer and educating your workers correctly with this construction toolbox talk template.
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