Toolbox Talks

  • Electrical Safety - Guidelines (USI) # 49

    It is easy to underestimate the dangerous potential of electricity because its use is so common. However, electricity can cause burns, shocks, and electrocution.

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  • Holiday Season Safety Guide # 48

    The holidays are almost here and with the party-going and party-giving, the hustle and bustle of shopping, decorating the house, coping with inclement weather… everyone is more prone to have accidents during this holiday season than any other time of

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  • Influencing Attitudes for Safety # 47

    Do Attitudes Matter? Attitudes have a great deal to do with how employees perform their daily tasks. Positive attitudes are conducive to safety performance and productivity, while negative attitudes can lead to accidents and injuries.

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  • Defensive Driving # 46

    The holidays are a time of travel for a lot of Americans. The following safety tips will help to ensure you arrive on time and able to enjoy your holiday. Driving defensively means keeping your eye on the “other guy”,

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  • Steel Scaffolding Safety Rules # 45

    Following are some common sense rules designed to promote safety in the use of steel scaffolding. These rules are not all inclusive and are only intended to deal with some of the practices and conditions encountered in the use of

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  • OSHA Carbon Monoxide Poisoning # 44

    Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, toxic gas which interferes with the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood. CO is non-irritating and can overcome persons without warning.

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  • Substance Abuse Policy #43

    Let’s clear up some issues regarding Superior’s Substance Abuse Policy. Effective June 1, 2007 Superior elected to join the “St. Louis Construction Industry Substance Abuse Consortium”.

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  • A Few Frightening Tips # 42

    Here are a few important Halloween tips passed on to me years ago that have kept me safe: 1. When it appears that you have killed the monster, NEVER check to see if it’s really dead.

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  • Home Care for Pandemic Flu # 41

    Please read the attached handout and keep for future reference!

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  • Emergency Preparedness # 40

    Please answer these questions for the jobsite you are working on! And train yourself to ask and answer these questions for every jobsite. When an emergency occurs it is too late to plan what you should do.

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