2 Hour Toolbox Talks
This 2 Hour Toolbox Talks course will help you become familiar with Toolbox Talks as a quick and easy way for competent persons to reinforce and supplement established training efforts of the employer and keep safety and health compliance at the forefront of all workers’ minds. This course will heighten your awareness of the need for an effective toolbox talks and explain who should provide toolbox talks, the components of a Toolbox Talk, the role, and responsibilities of a Competent Person and how toolbox talks are recorded and archived.
The 2 Hour Tool Box Talks class falls under “Site Safety Training (SST) Prescribed Courses” and will be accepted for use towards acquiring certain SST cards
Toolbox talks are safety meetings that are held in order to review workplace hazards and safe work practices related to the specific job. These meetings are usually short and are held at the job site before the commencement of a job or shift. Safety toolbox talks are very effective in refreshing workers safety knowledge, going over safety checks, and exchanging information on possible hazards. Tool box talks are known to encourage health and safety discussions on work sites and promote safety in your organization. Toolbox talks are often referred to as toolbox meetings, safety briefings or OSHA toolbox talks.
Language: English, Spanish
Course Content Outline
- Explain who should provide toolbox talks the role and responsibilities of Competent Person and how toolbox talks are recorded and archived.
- Components of a Toolbox Talk
- Adult Learning and Holding Attention
- Where to perform a Toolbox Talk
- Potential Human Error Traps when Performing a Toolbox Talk
- Templates for Toolbox Talks
- Group Presentation Exercises where trainees create and present Tool box talks
- Debriefing (Informal evaluation)
- Written (Multiple Choice) Assessment with written and formatted Tool box talks