The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires you to conduct toolbox talks in your workplace. But what are toolbox talks? And what are the benefits of conducting them besides complying with the OHSA? Read on to find out why you need them...
'A toolbox talk is a short safety talk [that's] delivered at the workplace and on a specific subject matter. The objective is to raise awareness of... ››› more
You're legally obligated to conduct toolbox talks in your workplace. These talks will help you to train your employees to recognise and avoid unsafe conditions. If you want to do this effectively, it's important that you follow these ten steps.
Conducting toolbox talks? Make sure you follow these ten steps
Step 1: Know your topic and plan your agenda a few days before the meeting so you're ... ››› more
Want to conduct toolbox talks effectively? If so, make sure you follow these three rules.
Conducting toolbox talks (safety topics) is a legal requirement.
In this article, we explained that 'a toolbox talk is a short safety talk [that's] delivered at the workplace and on a specific subject matter. The objective is to raise awareness of a particular aspect of the work, but to do it on a regu... ››› more
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