Toolbox Talks

  • Hazard Communication Standard Pictogram Quiz #12

    Place the letter of the corresponding picture to the definition below:

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  • Skid Steer Loaders #11

    Skid steer loaders are used for material handling and excavating. Workers who operate or work near this equipment are at risk for injuries from falling off or being struck by the equipment.

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  • The Importance of Eye Protection (USI) #10

    The majority of work-related eye injuries are a result of flying or falling objects or sparks striking the eye.

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  • Happy Accidents #9

    We’re always “dissing” accidents. Sometimes they have positive outcomes. In fact, every accident, even ones with harmful outcomes, open an opportunity for innovation and invention.

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  • 3M Reusable Respirators #8

    3M Technical Data Bulletin #150 – Reusable Respirators

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  • Hard Hat Exemption #7

    You may be exempt from the requirement to wear a hard hat. If your head meets the OSHA standards 1926.951(a)(2) for head protection, you do not need a hard hat.

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  • Housekeeping & Tripping Hazards #6

    As each of us works thoughout the jobsite, our daily needs require extension cords, air compressor hoses, cutting torch hoses and welding leads. Each of these cords or hoses acts as an umbilical cord providing us the necessary power.

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  • Fatigue in the Workplace #5

    It’s hard to overestimate the value of a good night’s sleep, particularly when it comes to environmental health and safety. According to “Fatigue in the Workplace”, fatigue threatens worker well-being and productivity.

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  • Circle What's Wrong # 4

    The simple way to “correct” this picture is to state that the employees should be using some approved method for reaching heights: a manlift, scaffold, or a vehicle-mounted elevating platform would be reasonable alternatives to the practices shown.

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  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning # 3

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

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