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"OSHA Construction Safety Standard 1926.21(b)(2) The employer shall instruct each employee in the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions and the regulations applicable to his work environment to control or eliminate any hazards or other exposure to illness or injury."
"A Toolbox Talk is an informal group discussion that focuses on a particular safety issue. These tools can be used daily to promote your departments safety culture. Toolbox talks are also intended to facilitate health and safety discussions on the job site."
- Harvard Environmental, Health, and Safety Department
"Toolbox talks are a primary way for construction contractors to provide workers with relevant site-specific safety information, but, unfortunately, too many contractors do not understand nor maximize their potential."
- LHSFNA Management Co-Chairman Noel C. Borck
"The names vary by industry and worksite—'Toolbox Talks,' 'Tailgate Chats,' 'Safety Meetings,' 'Crew Briefings'—but these brief, pre-shift pep talks can reinforce safety training, heighten employee awareness of workplace hazards and safety regulations, and improve safety performance."
- Roy Maurer online editor/manager for SHRM
"Tailgate Safety Talks are short, informal safety meetings conducted at the crew level... as a reminder to employees of what they already know, and establishes the supervisor's credibility and conscientiousness about his or her responsibilities for safety."
- New York State, DOT
"§1509 Injury and Illness Prevention Program. (e) Supervisory employees shall conduct "toolbox" or "tailgate" safety meetings, or equivalent, with their crews at least every 10 working days to emphasize safety."
- Construction Safety Order §1509 Cal/OSHA
"Tailgate or Toolbox safety meetings (as required by T8 CCR 1509) are 10 - 15 minute on-the job meetings for employees... held to keep employees alert to work-related hazards and prevent injuries. Tailgate or Toolbox meetings must address the specific hazards and safe work practices."
- State of California, Department of Industrial Relations
"Tailgate meeting, toolbox talk,
safety meeting, or safety huddle... Whatever you call them,
short targeted safety training
is key to accident prevention."
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