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Injuries happen on a construction site. Understand what they are and how to avoid the most common ones is helpful. Workers in some cases need reminders of those injuries, for that reminder it’s best to give a toolbox talk. But what is a toolbox talk and how can it be used.
A toolbox talk is a document that is reviewed as part of weekly or daily meetings with the workers on site to educate them of safety trends or issues. It is intended to provide a summary of information intended to reinforce key items to the workers. A toolbox talk is given by the supervisor and signed off by workers receiving the talk.
This safety tool box talk on common injuries covers a number of the key basic principles and guidelines for avoiding injuries on a jobsite.
This is a Word Document – meaning it will work in Microsoft Office and Google Docs (and any other software you use).
As a reminder – it is your requirement to ensure this document meets all local, regional, federal codes and safety requirements.