Allow enough time e g. 10-15 minutes. Allow enough time e g. 10-15 minutes



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Allow enough time e.g. 10-15 minutes.

  • Allow enough time e.g. 10-15 minutes.

  • Have a beginning, middle and an end.

  • Tell workers you will be asking if they have any questions as you go along.

  • Tell them not to be afraid to ask.

  • Do not assume you need to know all the information – draw on others’ experience.

  • Do not read from a script. You will lose the interest of your audience if you do!



Allow enough time e.g. 10-15 minutes.

  • Allow enough time e.g. 10-15 minutes.

  • Make sure all workers are present before you begin.

  • Go though the task and hazards. Highlight safety problems, and control measures for each hazard.

  • Inform workers of changes.

  • Tell workers not to be afraid to ask questions. Discuss issues raised.

  • Finish by asking if everyone understands.



How to begin a TT:

    • How to begin a TT:
  • Get the attention of workers quickly by showing enthusiasm and professionalism.

  • Give them a reason for being there which will mean something to them.

  • Give them some numbers to think about such as the number of days lost due to injury or the number of fatalities.

  • Let them know which hazards are associated with the site.



  • Add your own text as appropriate!



How to deliver a TT – TOP TIPS!

  • How to deliver a TT – TOP TIPS!

  • Know your material.

  • Don’t get side tracked by other topics.

  • Make eye-contact.

  • Involve staff using open questions.

  • Summarise key points.

  • Make sure your voice carries to the back of the room.

  • Avoid talking like a robot.

  • Don’t speak too quickly or too slowly.

  • If you get nervous breathe slowly and deeply.

  • Keep an eye on your timings.



How to follow-up a TT



First impressions count - be clear about what you want to say.

  • First impressions count - be clear about what you want to say.

  • Know your audience (e.g. do workers have English as a second language?).

  • Keep it simple, straightforward and avoid jargon.

  • Consider your tone!

  • Be respectful - listen to your workers.

  • Keep it positive – focus on what workers can do to create a healthy and safe working environment.

  • Be brief!

  • Pace yourself – explain and summarise.



Remember, TT’s and SB’s are there to:

  • Remember, TT’s and SB’s are there to:

    • Aid communication with your workers about health and safety issues.
    • Highlight problems and identify solutions.
    • Involve your workers.
    • Check your workers know and understand the risks and control measures.
  • Spend time preparing for them!

  • Use the time effectively!



ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT DELIVERING TOOLBOX TALKS OR SAFETY BRIEFINGS?

  • ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT DELIVERING TOOLBOX TALKS OR SAFETY BRIEFINGS?




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