This working from scaffolding tool box talk covers the requirements, regulations and good practice associated with how to safely work from scaffolding within the workplace.
Our tool box talk documents are written by health and safety professionals with many years’ experience.
These are just a few of the ways our toolbox talks can help your business.
- Increase productivity – Focus on your business, not filling out paperwork.
- Act & sound professional- Project a professional corporate image.
- Save money – Complete, ready to use health & safety documents.
- Protect your organisation – Shows you are complying with safety legislation.
- Communication – Interact better with customers, partners and employees.
- All in MS Word format – Can be altered and updated in future if needed.
A Toolbox Talk is an informal group discussion that focuses on a particular safety issue. These tools can be used daily to promote your department’s safety culture.
Toolbox talks are also intended to facilitate health and safety discussions on the job site.
Tool box talks are short health and safety lectures. They are intended to educate employees of a company good health and safety practice and to maintain safe working conditions.
While there are many aspects related to health and safety and many legal terms associated with it, you can help to cover your legal and moral obligations by using toolbox talks.
Toolbox talks are short presentations covering specific health and safety topics. They help to break down often complicated concepts so that they can be easily understood.
The document template can be edited, and is provided for download in a Microsoft Word Document. After your order is processed, you will be provided with a download link and additionally you will receive a confirmation email with access to your document downloads. Once downloaded you are free to save, print and use the risk assessment template within your business for as long as you need it.
You may use the template document as it is, in your business, and can add your company name, address, logo and other details in the box at the top of the first page. However, the assessment is provided as a template and you need to check the assessment is suitable for your work process, making any amendments as required to cover the activity as it is carried out within your organisation.