Free Online Construction Safety Training Courses

Tool Box Talks

8 Modules

Course Modules - (8)

  • 1) Learning Outcomes
  • 2) SST
  • 1) OSHA Definitions: Who are Competent, Qualified, Designated, and Certified Persons?
  • 2) What is an OSHA Competent Person?
  • 3) Competant VS Qualified Person in Safety
  • 4) COMPETENT PERSON AS DEFINED BY OSHA
  • 1) Meeting the Needs of Adult Learners
  • 2) Meeting the Needs of Adult Learners
  • 3) Adult Learning Principles
  • 4) Adult Learning Theories
  • 1) Toolbox Talk meetings | Purpose | What To Talk About
  • 2) Are You Talking About These 4 Things in Safety Meetings?
  • 3) Safety and Health Toolbox Talks When and where you need them
  • 4) 10 Steps For Successful Safety Meetings
  • 5) HOW TO CONDUCT A TOOLBOX TALK
  • 6) GUIDELINES
  • 1) How to Present a Toolbox Talk | Top 5 Tips for H&S Professionals
  • 2) How to Make Toolbox Talks More Interesting
  • 3) Evaluation of toolbox safety training in construction: The impact of narratives
  • 4) Construction Accident Lawyers Answer FAQs: How to Make a Toolbox Talk Effective ?
  • 5) Preparing to give a Toolbox Talk
  • 6) 10 Steps To More Effective Toolbox Talk
  • 7) Toolbox Talks: Insights
  • 1) TOOL BOX TALKS: A YEAR’S WORTH OF WEEKLY SAFETY MEETING SUBJECTS
  • 2) 10 Easy Toolbox Talk Topics
  • 3) Top 5 Toolbox Talk Topics & Tips
  • 4) 100 Health and Safety Toolbox Talk Topics
  • 5) Safety Talks
  • 6) COMPETENT AND QUALIFIED TO WORK – Toolbox for managers and supervisors
  • 7) Safety Talks
  • 1) Construction Site Accident Lawyers Discuss Toolbox Talks: Keep it Short & Sweet
  • 2) Construction Accident Attorneys Discuss Effective Toolbox Talks: Be Specific
  • 3) Resource for Development and Delivery of Training to Workers
  • 1) Toolbox Talk: Berglund Safety Meeting Feedback
  • 2) Walk the Talk: Safety Feedback that Motivates
  • 3) Safety Meeting Feedback Part 2


 1. Trainees will become familiar with Toolbox Talks as a quick and easy way for competent persons to reinforce and supplement established training efforts of and employer and keep safety and health compliance at the forefront of all workers minds. 

2. Heighten trainees’ awareness of the need for effective tool box talks 

3. Demonstrate how to obtain feedback from workers when providing toolbox talks so the talks can become more relevant to what tasks workers are performing. 

4. Demonstrate how effective toolbox talks can increase camaraderie, communication and overall jobsite culture  

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 8
  • Certificate : Yes
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Beginner
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