Safety Meetings/ Toolbox Talks need to be held on a regular basis (at least monthly). They are an opportunity for staff to discuss safety concerns that they may have and a chance to educate fellow workers about safety procedures or equipment. They should be brief and to the point to ensure the message gets through.
You need to be keeping minutes and records of your safety meetings incaseyou ever get audited to prove this is an area you are regularly focusing on. Thetoolbox padlets you fill in the details and walks you through a health and safety meeting,you can then store the paperwork all in one place - for your reference, or if you ever get audited.
On the front page the generic form structures a successful toolbox talk so that necessary topics are covered. On the reverse page everyone attending the meeting signs off showing who was in attendance on the day.
- Just fill in the spaces - all you need is a pen.
- Easy, simple and saves you time on paperwork.
- Running a safety meeting with ease.
- A4 Size
- Hole-punch to make it easy to file
- 50 pages per Pad