Health and Safety Training
- Toolbox talk on abusing your ears: How to prevent permanent damage
- Imagine you know for sure that one day, on a given date, you'd lose your hearing.
Would you want that?
Probably not. And that's why you shouldn't allow your employees to abuse their ears if they need to work with loud machinery.
Protect yourself and your employees! Use this toolbox talk to educate them on the risks.
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- [12 June 2015]
- Aids is not a death sentence - which is what you must stress in you toolbox talk on working with Aids
- To conduct a toolbox talk on working with Aids, you need to start by clarifying that Aids is the late stage of HIV infection. This toolbox talk trains your employees on all they need to know about working with Aids.
The late stage of HIV infection refers to the situation when a person's immune system is badly damaged and battles to fight diseases and certain cancers. Before the development of ... ››› more
- [11 June 2015]
- Why you need to hold a toolbox talk on HSE Reps and PPE
- When it comes to Health and Safety Representatives and personal protective equipment (PPE), the list of regulations is immense.
And you need to make sure your employees respect and know all the rules. You need to check all aspects in your Health and Safety department and ensure everyone is obeying the rules!
Here's what to cover in your toolbox talk on these topics...
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- [10 June 2015]
- Toolbox talks on ladders: Why you can't not do one
- You may think ladders are the easiest subject on the health and safety list or training schedule. And that everyone knows the safety rules or how to avoid placing themselves in danger when using ladders.
You're wrong. So many deadly accidents happen because of the improper use and maintenance of ladders!
Here's why you need to present a Tookbox Talk on ladders today!
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- [09 June 2015]
- Essential toolbox talk on working with diabetes. Your company is no exception!
- Today, we're talking about the essential nature of doing a toolbox talk on working with diabetes. This toolbox talk is crucial for teaching your employees about the dangers of diabetes and how they can protect themselves from getting it.
What exactly does 'working with diabetes' mean?
It's important to know that lifestyle and 'type 2" diabetes go hand-in-hand. In other words, it's your lifes... ››› more
- [08 June 2015]
- Toolbox talk on allergies: Protect your employees and respect the Health and Safety Regulations!
- You may think that such a minor thing as an allergy is nothing to be worried about. But here's the thing: Allergic reactions can be fatal so use a toolbox talk to teach your employees how to recognise and protect themselves from allergies!
Here's what to tell them in your toolbox talk:
Content for your allergy toolbox talk
Millions of people suffer from allergies and these are caused b... ››› more
- [05 June 2015]
- Toolbox Talk: How to recognise a heart attack and protect yourself!
- Did you know that heart attacks are the number one disease of both men and women and about half of these are fatal?
It's important your employees know the signs and are able to react when someone's having one.
Conducting a toolbox talk on the topic can help them do that...
Heart attacks: What you need to tell your employees during your next safety talk
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- [03 June 2015]
- Eight safety checks to train your employees on before they climb up a ladder!
- Working from heights is a high risk activity. And falls from ladders are a leading cause of serious head injuries and broken bones.
For example, if a ladder isn't stable, it could fall over and accidentally touch power lines. And your employees could be electrocuted and die!
Read on for eight safety checks you must train your workers on before they climb onto a ladder...
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- [29 May 2015]
- Reducing injuries on duty starts right at your desk
- When you think of an injury on duty, you might not immediately think of an injury in an office environment.
Something as basic as sitting at your desk can result in painful injuries. Injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome, back pain, neck strain and even building sickness syndrome. Which all translates to a loss in productivity and time off work.
Read on for ten ways to maintain health and saf... ››› more
- [22 May 2015]
- Toolbox Talks: What are they and why do you need them?
- When you ask people what they think of when they hear the term 'Toolbox Talks', most imagine a worker's toolbox, picking a tool from it, and then talking about it!
Although an entertaining thought, that's not what a Toolbox Talk is all about!
So what exactly are they and why do you need to have them...?
Read on to find out...
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- [15 May 2015]
- Don't know how to conduct a Toolbox Talk? Use this simple Toolbox Talks checklist to make sure you're covering all the bases...
- You need to conduct Toolbox Talks in your workplace (The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA)).
They are a way for you to give your employees safety information about their working environment. And involve them in the safety management at your workplace.
Running effective Toolbox Talks can be a challenge. And because you must have them regularly (at least once a week), makes it somethin... ››› more
- [12 May 2015]
- 20 Items you need in your first aid kit to ensure your First Aiders can attend to employee injuries
- According to the OHS Act, you need to make sure your employees receive quick first aid treatment in case of injury or emergency. And you also have to appoint a First Aider for every 10 employees.
He must have access to a fully-equipped first aid kit to be able to deal with emergencies.
Read on to find out what you should include in your first aid kit...
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- [12 May 2015]