safety toolbox talks for OSHA general industry & construction
Safety training is a critical component of every workplace safety program. While comprehensive training programs are important, equally important is refresher training that reminds employees, on a regular basis, how to be safe when on-the job. Safety Training Talks, On-the-Go Training Refreshers gives you quick access to a comprehensive topical assortment of online training material for both general industry and construction activities taking the guesswork out of preparing and executing 5-minute on-the-job employee toolbox talks.
The Safety Training Talks online manual makes it easy to deliver essential safety training by providing you with nearly 300 ready-to-use talks covering a wide variety of general industry (Part 1910) and construction (Part 1926) regulations.
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Popular training subjects include construction safety topics and OSHA safety topics. Our construction safety meeting topics are written to prevent unwanted site injuries which include proper PPE, ladder safety and chemical training. The OSHA toolbox talks will help workers know whether they are compliant with OSHA standards, what rights they have related to job safety and health, and where they can go if they need help.
Each safety toolbox talks, and construction safety topic talks includes an overview, training requirements summary, training tips, a list of sources for additional information, and a customizable employee handout.
What are Safety Toolbox Talks? Also known as "toolbox talks," are an important part of your whole safety training program. They can be used as refreshers of previous training, as a reminder of specific hazards your employees may face on the job, or as introductions to more in-depth work-specific training subjects. Our toolbox talk topics are an effetive means to provide required OSHA safety instruction and specific work hazard training. They also offer a mechanism to show employees that your organization is serious about their safety, health, and welfare.
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Confined Spaces
- Electrical Safety
- Emergency Planning/Response
- Hazard Communication
- Machine Guarding
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Powered Industrial Trucks
- Signs, Tags & Markings
- Tools (Hand and Power)
- Walking-Working Surfaces
- Work Zones
- And many more!