Manufacturing Tool Box Talks help keep workers, supervisors and others focused on safety, leading to improved morale, extended equipment life and a reduction in injuries and equipment downtime. Toolbox talks and safety meetings should cover a variety of safety topics, including general OSHA training, as well as repetitive tasks found in most plants, including loading and unloading of pallets, pallet racking safety, use of safety glasses, handling of compressed air and rolling ladder safety, to name just a few. One of the best safety tools you can use to continually build safety awareness and set communication standards is through documenting your tool box talks via mobile forms. These forms allow you to quickly reference hazard communications for your toolbox meetings, while capturing the electronic signature of all attendees. Explore Canvas's mobile tool box talk form templates today.
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