Toolbox Talks

  • Overhead Power Lines - Look Up! # 34

    Overhead power lines at construction sites can be dangerous for the workers, especially when equipment such as cranes, suspended states and aerial lifts are used.

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  • Fall Protection & Other Basic OSHA Rules # 33

    You have to know this information. And fall protection safety has been OSHA’s #1 write up for at least the past 16 years.

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  • A Safe Worker's Promise (USI) # 32

    Personal commitments you can live and work by: *I anticipate possible dangers in any given operation and make every effort to analyze and avoid them before starting work, including immediately communication such to my foreman.

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  • Important Information About Fall Protection # 31

    According to OSHA, fall protection is required when a fall hazard exists that is ___ feet or more above a lower level.

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  • From Head to Foot # 30

    Business reviews indicate that today Americans are spending more for clothing than anytime in history. This is in accordance with American standards, and to deny the advantages of being meticulous in dress would be an insult.

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  • Safety Jackpot July 2019 # 29

    What should you do if someone on your jobsite has heat stroke?   Name one way to beat fatigue.

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  • Why Use a Checklist? # 28

    A checklist is a type of job aid used to reduce failure by compensating for potential limits of human memory and attention. It helps to ensure consistency and completeness in carrying out a task.

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  • Trenching and Shoring - 5 Things to Know # 27

    OSHA defines an excavation as any man-made cut, cavity, trench, or depression formed by earth removal.

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  • Can Safety and Efficiency Co-Exist? # 26

    3 Steps РPREPARATION РORGANIZATION РCLEANLINESS  Think and plan ahead. Are raw materials stored as near as possible to the work area? Are your tools and supplies readily available where they are going to be used?

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  • "Leading Edge" Work # 25

    Define “Leading Edge”? The unprotected side and edge of a floor, a roof or formwork. It changes location as workers place new formwork in front or to the side of the piece they previously installed.

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