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    Toolbox Talks Templates and Examples

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    Once you’ve figured out a few good toolbox talks topics to deliver, the next most important thing you can do is to work on the mechanics of your process. By “mechanics” we mean things like the format and methods used to deliver your toolbox talks, as well as setting boundaries for how long they can be, when they should be given, and how you’re going to log and/or track topics to ensure there’s a suitable variety.  

    The format used to construct toolbox talks is going to affect not only how they’re delivered, but it’s also going to be the catalyst for ensuring the right message is conveyed and in the right way.  The great thing about toolbox talks is that the format doesn’t need to be fancy, it just needs to be functional and easy to use. 

    Another important attribute is standardized formatting, because standardization (or doing the same thing the same way every time) builds operational memory, and as that memory improves, so does the delivery and the overall process. If you’re not sure where to start with the format, we can help! We've created a simple toolbox talk template you can use to get started.

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