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Toolbox Talks

Ease of understanding and retention of training is paramount in jobsite safety. Consistent and continuous training is necessary in order to have an effective training system. Furthermore, OSHA requires weekly safety training for a jobsite safety program to comply with federal regulations. Toolbox Talks are a key component in harnessing the benefits of safety training and maintaining an effective safety program. Taking five minutes a week to highlight common workplace safety issues and general tips for a safe, efficient jobsite can transform the safety culture of a jobsite, while greatly reducing the risk of an OSHA fine should an OSHA inspection occur.

Currently, there are 89 Toolbox Talks available with FrameSAFE. The following topics coincide with the six sections of the Safety Manual Template:

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  1. PPE Is Key! 
  2. Basic Hygiene
  3. Ride-Sharing
  4. Dealing with Illness
  5. When & How to Share
  6. Social Distancing During Lunch & Breaks

General Jobsite Safety:

  1. First Aid Procedures
  2. HAZCOM – How to Read an SDS
  3. HAZCOM Standard Labels & Pictograms
  4. HAZCOM Standard Pictograms with Details
  5. HAZCOM Standard Pictograms: Examples of Corrosion
  6. HAZCOM Standard Pictograms: Examples of Exclamation Mark
  7. HAZCOM Standard Pictograms: Examples of Exploding Bomb
  8. HAZCOM Standard Pictograms: Examples of Flame
  9. HAZCOM Standard Pictograms: Examples of Flame Over Circle
  10. HAZCOM Standard Pictograms: Examples of Gas Cylinder
  11. HAZCOM Standard Pictograms: Examples of Health Hazard
  12. HAZCOM Standard Pictograms: Examples of Skull & Crossbones
  13. Fire Extinguisher Classes
  14. Fire Extinguisher Use
  15. Fire Prevention & Protection
  16. Preventing Hypothermia & Frostbite
  17. Horseplay
  18. Workplace Violence
  19. Housekeeping
  20. How to Handle an OSHA Inspection
  21. How to Handle an OSHA Inspection, Part 2 – Private Interviews & Closing Conference 
  22. How to Prevent Heat Illnesses
  23. Sun Exposure
  24. Proper Use of Extension Cords
  25. Avoiding Electric Shock
  26. Material Delivery Traffic Control
  27. Reinforcing Steel Impalement Hazards
  28. Trench Awareness
  29. High Wind – Securing the Jobsite
  30. Working in High Wind
  31. What Is Silica?
  32. Silica Exposure Control: Cutting of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Wall Panels
  33. Silica Exposure Control: Cutting Gypsum/Fiber Cementitious Products
  34. Silica Exposure Control: Drilling Concrete
  35. Listen to Be Safe on the Jobsite
  36. Mobile Device Use on Jobsites – Part 1
  37. Mobile Device Use on Jobsites – Part 2

Accident Investigation & Reporting:

  1. Types of Accidents
  2. Automobile Accident Reporting
  3. Jobsite Injury Reporting
  4. Property Damage Reporting
  5. Witness Statement
  6. Near-Miss Reporting

Personal Safety:

  1. Proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Required
  2. Proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Use
  3. Proper Body Mechanics – Lifting, Carrying & Pushing
  4. Proper Body Mechanics – Pulling, Reaching & Stooping

Fall Protection:

  1. General Guidelines for Risk Assessment
  2. Extension Ladders
  3. Step Ladders
  4. Protection from Falling Objects
  5. Guardrails – Examples
  6. Guardrails – System Requirements
  7. Scaffolding
  8. Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS) Proper Fit & Inspection
  9. Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS) Anchorage Point & Free Fall Distance
  10. Putting on a Body Harness
  11. Covering Holes
  12. Constructing a Safe Job-Made Ladder
  13. Safe Use of a Job-Made Ladder
  14. Horizontal Lifelines
  15. Rescue Planning
  16. Jobsite Shaft and Opening Protection

Jobsite Equipment:

  1. Aerial Lifts Manufacturer Recommendations & Inspection
  2. Aerial Lifts – Fall Protection
  3. Forklifts
  4. Lockout/Tagout
  5. Crane Operations – General Awareness
  6. Crane Rigging
  7. Mobile Crane Hand Signals
  8. Tower Crane Hand Signals
  9. Crane Voice Signals
  10. Crane Operations – Weather Hazards

Power-Operated Hand Tools:

  1. General Recommendations
  2. General – Proper Use
  3. General – Lockout/Tagout
  4. Air Compressor – Inspection & Use
  5. Pneumatic Nail Gun – Inspection & Use
  6. Pneumatic Nail Gun Safety Part 1 (Do’s)
  7. Pneumatic Nail Gun Safety Part 2 (Don’ts)
  8. Best Practices for Safe Stud Nailing
  9. Powder-Actuated Tools – Inspection & Use
  10. Powder-Actuated Tools – Cartridge Storage & Disposal

The Safety Committee has released Activity Hazard Analysis Templates (AHAs) for several work activities (see sample) as well as a blank template for use by subscribers to customize for their jobsites.

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