Toolbox Talks

  • Stress Management # 15

    We are living under extremely stressful conditions right now. Learning how to relax and relieve stress could save your life.

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  • Fall Protection & Other Basic OSHA Rules # 14

    You have to know this information! Fall protection safety has been OSHA’s #1 write up for at least the past 17 years.

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  • Backs and Lifting (Grainger) # 13

    Plan your route first, use equipment whenever possible, wear proper clothing, work from a stable base, hug the load, bend your knees, avoid twisting or leaning, keep you head up, Push, never pull a load and know your limit.

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  • Hand Safety # 12

    COVID – Face mask, gloves, respiratory protection and use your cleaner/disenfectant on tools and work surfaces. The hands and fingers are the most often injured parts of the body.

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  • Hospital Rooftop Hazards # 11

    Roof-top exhaust systems are required to e labeled if hazardous. Most roof-top exhaust systems are pre-filtered keeping the actual air-born hazards to a minimum.

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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) # 10

    A handout was put in your paycheck on 3/13/20. Covid-19 is what everyone is talking about. On 3/5/2020 there were 100 reported cases (only 50 actually confirmed) in the U.S.

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  • Substance Abuse Policy 2020 # 9

    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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  • Housekeeping # 8

    Good housekeeping is the first law of accident prevention and should be a primary concern of the entire workforce.

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  • Hazard Communication # 7

    Hazard Communication Standard Pictogram Quiz

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  • February is American Heart Month # 6

    Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer for Americans. One in three deaths is caused by heart attack or stroke, amounting to about 800,000 fatalities each year.

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