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When working in construction, safety must be a top priority. Construction jobs can involve working with electricity, plumbing, or even heavy machinery, posing the potential for serious on-the-job accidents. Tailgate meetings help keep safety top of mind by providing an open forum for hazard identification and prevention education, worker training, and more. Best of all, these sessions can be tailored to the needs of individual teams. In Conducting Tailgate Meetings for Supervisors and Managers for Construction, participants receive essential training on tailgate meeting including how to organize, conduct, and make the most of these sessions, ensuring everyone has the tools needed to stay safe.
By conducting a successful tailgate training and/or safety meeting, members of the construction field can help reduce workplace injuries, promote health and safety hazard awareness, and educate about the proper use of equipment. To provide this training, our course addresses:
Determining team needs
Conducting a tailgate meeting according to industry best practices, multilingual requirements, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) General Duty Clause
Identifying potential trainers
Post-meeting evaluation and follow-up
How to improve preexisting training methods and meeting content
Conducting Tailgate Meetings for Supervisors and Managers for Construction is designed for members of the construction field, including:
If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of Online Courses and Safety Packs, call 800-971-1080, or Contact Us online.
Upon completion of this advanced online course, participants will understand the importance and effectiveness of tailgate safety meetings and the most productive ways to conduct them. Similarly, participants will learn what it takes to be a skilled trainer and the roles played by supervisors and managers during these meetings.