Landscape Ontario Workplace Safety Tailgate Talks
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This revised tool has been in development for the last 2 years and Landscape Ontario is pleased to present it to employers and instructors to use in the classroom and at every workplace.

Tailgate talks are required by law on a regular basis, at least weekly to ensure diligence in training staff and students. This amazing tool can help you do just that and it is aimed at what we do daily. Select a topic and follow the directions weekly or more often as the need arises.

Each student and worker should have their own copy.

The publication features:

  •     Health and safety tailgate meeting topics in an easy- to-deliver format
  •     Important reminders on hazards and personal protective equipment (PPE)
  •     Topics arranged in alphabetical order
  •     Ideas to facilitate discussion and demonstrations

Tailgate Talks is printed in a size convenient enough to carry to work every day, and to have in every vehicle.

Order yours today!


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