Conducting Tailgate Meetings

    Conducting Tailgate Meetings

    Course Overview

    This is an advanced online safety course on Conducting Tailgate Meetings that have both impact and purpose. You will learn how to create a powerful and informative tailgate meeting to improve the safety and health of workers, and teach workers to be more aware of the hazards on their particular work site. You will learn how to improve the training and skills of your workers so they become better workers.

    Intended Audience

    This Conducting Tailgate Meetings online course is to be used by construction workers and supervisors to learn how to conduct effective and informative tailgate meetings to reduce injuries and make workers more alert to safe work practices.

    • Construction Workers
    • Construction Supervisors
    • Construction Foremen
    • Construction Managers
    • Safety Officers

    Learning Objectives

    This online safety course will show you the best way to use the knowledge of experienced workers to be an effective trainer and how to conduct a productive tailgate meeting. Tailgate meetings are crucial as they follow OSHA’s General Duty Clause for allowing workers to learn how to reduce injuries, recognize health and safety hazards, and use equipment safely and properly. Additionally, workers can become better informed about the specific issues they need to know about each particular work site.

    Course Topics 

    • Identifying Potential Trainers
    • Determine what Training is Needed
    • Preparing for a Tailgate training Session
    • How to Conduct a Tailgate Meeting
    • Following Up and Evaluating the Session
    • Making Improvements on the Training Methods and Content

    INDUSTRY TERMS

    • Tailgate Training Meetings
    • OSHA Requirements
    • OSHA General Duty Clause
    • Best Industry Practices
    • Multilingual Requirements

    Features and Benefits

    By taking ClickSafety’s Conducting Tailgate Meetings online safety course, you will learn the best and most productive ways to conduct tailgate meetings that promote safe working practices. Additionally, you will be informed on:

    • The importance of safety meetings
    • How to conduct effective tailgate safety meetings
    • The traits of a good trainer
    • Supervisor and manager roles in tailgate meetings
    2185 N. California Blvd, Suite 425, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
    Call: 800.971.1080