Category: Toolbox Talk

Dust Toolbox Talk

This blog can be delivered to your staff as a Toolbox Talk. If you require a specific Toolbox Talk for your workplace, please feel free to get in touch. Objective: To provide you with an awareness of the dangers of dust exposure and a reminder of our procedures and safe practices when drilling, cutting and generally […]

Changes to the Highway Code Toolbox Talk

This blog can be delivered to your staff as a Toolbox Talk. If you require a specific Toolbox Talk for your workplace, please feel free to get in touch. Objective: To outline the changes to the Highway Code that came into effect on 29th January 2022. Target: All operatives on site. Awareness of the Highway Code […]

Low-level Access Equipment Toolbox Talk

This blog can be delivered to your staff as a Toolbox Talk. If you require a specific Toolbox Talk for your workplace, please feel free to get in touch. Objective: To outline some of the hazards that come with using low-level access equipment and how to use them safely. Target: All operatives on site. Folding and […]

Anti-Bribery & Corruption Toolbox Talk

This blog can be delivered to your staff as a Toolbox Talk. If you require a specific Toolbox Talk for your workplace, please feel free to get in touch. Many SSIPs (Safety Schemes in Procurement) will require evidence of anti-bribery training. Therefore, if you’re working towards an SSIP certificate, such as a Constructionline accreditation, CHAS […]

COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) Toolbox Talk

Glass tubes containing different coloured chemicals.

Reason: Hazardous substances can be used in, or created by, work processes. Why is it important: Ignore a hazardous substance today and you may wish you hadn’t by tomorrow. Most businesses use substances or products that are mixtures of substances. Some processes create substances. These could cause harm to employees, contractors and other people. Sometimes […]

Asbestos In The Workplace Toolbox Talk

Why is Asbestos a Problem Asbestos is the name given to a group of naturally occurring fibrous minerals. It can come in several types; however, the following are the most common types used within the industry: Chrysotile (White) Crocidolite (Blue) Amosite (Brown) Asbestos has been widely used in the UK from the 1950s through to […]