TOOLBOX TALK 55/60 TOPIC: HAND TOOLS OBJECTIVE: TO ENSURE THE SAFE USE OF HAND TOOLS Click here to read the PDF version Some things to know before you give your talk. As a supervisor, you know how important tools are in getting the job done. Tools, like screwdrivers, hammers, pliers, side cutters, vice grips, all […]read more
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TOOLBOX TALK 54/60 TOPIC: WATCHING OUT FOR YOURSELF AND OTHERS OBJECTIVE: TO ENSURE WORKERS TAKE SAFETY AS THEIR RESPONSIBILITY Click here to read the PDF version Some things to know before you give your talk. As a supervisor, you need to understand that you can’t watch all your people all the time. You must identify […]read more
TOOLBOX TALK 53/60 TOPIC: HEATING EQUIPMENT OBJECTIVE: TO ENSURE THE SAFE USE OF HEATING EQUIPMENT Click here to read the PDF version Some things to know before you give your talk. With the onset of cold weather, you will probably see temporary heating units appear at your jobsite. Unsafe heaters cause as many fires as […]read more
TOOLBOX TALK 52/60 TOPIC: DERMATITIS OBJECTIVE: TO PROMOTE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION OF DERMATITUS Some things to know before you give your talk. Dermatitis is a medical term for a variety of skin rashes and complaints. It is a very common work-related medical problem and can be caused by a large number of different substances […]read more
Getting support does not need to be complicated, in fact quite the opposite is true for HSEC Online® customers. You can now message HSEC Online® support using their WhatsApp number; you simply need to add the number and start chatting immediately with the customer care representative available. As a HSEC Online® customer, you have access […]read more
TOOLBOX TALK 51/60 TOPIC: CUTTING AND WELDING OBJECTIVE: TO ENSURE SAFE CUTTING AND WELDING (FIRE PREVENTION) You may want to tell your crew about these accidents that involved cutting and welding: A shop mechanic decided to cut the head from an empty 44-gallon drum with a cutting torch. As the flame cut through the […]read more