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(Toolbox Talk) Reporting Dangerous Occurrences


Gain an awareness of the requirements to report dangerous occurrences at work…

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    The aim of this toolbox talk is to increase staff awareness of the requirements to report dangerous occurrences at work.

    Sections of this toolbox talk include:

    • What sort of incidents are reportable
    • Key examples

    Toolbox Talks

    The use of regular toolbox talks, if done effectively, will significantly improve the safety culture within your organisation. This will increase the safety awareness of the workers, and as a result, reduce the likelihood of accidents and near misses.

    As the person giving the Toolbox talk, how you deliver the talk is very important. Here are some tips that can help:

    • Make eye contact as much as possible with your audience. This will help to keep their attention.
    • You will likely have real life experience on the subject matter – use these examples to help engage your audience.
    • Use anecdotes to illustrate the points – people relate better to the stories and experiences of other people.
    • Speak with conviction – if you take the training seriously, so will they.
    • Speak clearly and distinctly. Don’t be tempted to rush through it or mumble.
    • Ask for armation from the participants that they have understood what you have said.


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