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In the construction industry, a Toolbox Talk is typically an informal safety meeting focused on a single topic. Also called a Topical Safety Meeting, the goal of this practice is to reinforce an employer's overall training program. They can become a key element in improving an organization and fostering a culture of safety.
In this course, you'll learn how and why to conduct Toolbox Talks. You'll also get a rundown of sample topics, like the major safety roles on a construction site and OSHA's Focus Four hazards.
This course is required for earning or renewing your Site Safety Training (SST) Supervisor card.
Once you complete the lessons and pass the 10-question final exam with a score of at least 75%, you'll get a certificate of completion right away. You get 3 attempts to pass the final – we'll quiz you after each lesson to help you prepare.
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- Toolbox Talk Basics
- Sample Toolbox Talk Topics— Construction Focus Four- Electrical Hazards
- Construction Focus Four— Struck by Hazards
- Construction Focus Four— Caught-in-or-between Hazards
- Construction Focus Four— Fall Protection
- Training Principles for Delivery Effective Safety Toolbox Talks
- Recognize Toolbox Talks as a quick and easy way for competent individuals to reinforce and supplement established training efforts, to keep the safety and health compliance at the forefront.
- Heighten trainees’ awareness of the need for effective toolbox talks.
- Demonstrate how to obtain feedback from workers when providing toolbox talks so the talks can become more relevant to what tasks the workers are performing.
- Identify how effective toolbox talks can increase camaraderie, communication and overall jobsite culture.
- Understand the roles of workers on the construction site.
- Determine the most effective way to control a hazard on a construction site.
- Identify the 4 most common hazards on a construction site.
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