Tool Box Talks

“Tool Box Talks” is consistently the top search term on this blog. There are many of you out there who have to come up with a topic for the monthly safety meeting and who need a little help (after all it isn’t like it’s your only job, chances are it’s something that someone tacked onto your already full schedule).

With that in mind, here’s a link to a whole mess of tool box talks. Enjoy!

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Free Safety Meeting Outlines for download

If I’m to go by the stats for this blog there are a lot of you out there looking for safety meeting “stuff”. Almost 1/3 of the hits that I get on this blog are from searches related to “Safety Meeting” talks (funnily enough, the OSHA cowboy, bullrider, santa, streaker, etc… is the second highest topic, showing that safety people do have a sense of humor).

In the spirit of cooperation, I got a whole mess of weekly safety meeting talk outlines provided by Seabright Insurance Company.

I could copy the whole list but with literally hundreds of safety talks listed, it would slow down substantially the load time on this page. Instead, I’m just going to list the major categories with a link to that page and let you have fun digging.

If you still can’t find enough material for your next safety meeting than maybe it’s time for you to find a different job!