Helping your employees return to work, safely and confidently, is a complex challenge for all industries. Toolbox talks are an effective way to quickly review and reinforce safety procedures and responsibilities. Toolbox talks are often short and informal and can can be delivered daily or weekly, depending on the topic. They are also a great way to keep up on new regulations and standards.

Alliant has compiled a collection of safety-related topics to help ensure your team is following the best safety practices when on the job.

Start with an essential safety framework using combinations of engineering and administrative controls, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment (PPE) to prevent COVID-19 exposures. 
Implement proper cleaning and safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on a construction job site where tools and other machinery are shared by more than one employee.
The release of COVID-19 vaccines have left many confused when it comes to job-site safety and protocols. Even after receiving both doses of the vaccines, employers should continue to implement the following strategies to reduce risk of exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace.
Employers want to resume operations quickly while keeping their employees and families as safe as possible. How can construction projects maintain adequate productivity in the wake of COVID-19?
General Safety

Trench collapses are one of the leading causes of injury and death on construction sites. To prevent injury, it is essential that you adhere to  these OSHA regulations to ensure the safety of the entire work crew.
Falls and falling objects can result from unstable working surfaces, unsafe ladder positioning and misuse of fall protection. Take the following fall protection measures when on construction sites.
Construction sites pose an increased risk of fire danger due to large quantities of combustible materials and refuse on site. Here are the proper precautions needed to keep employees safe from fire hazards.
The job site can become hectic with many workers and multiple contractors performing distinct operations simultaneously. Follow these housekeeping tips to keep yourself and your co-workers safe.
Constructing concrete and masonry walls is extremely dangerous because the loads are heavy. Exercise proper caution around these structures to reduce your risk of injury through these safety tips.
Construction sites must account for both the safety of employees and the safety of the public. Learn how to prevent entrance onto your property and discourage trespassers from getting hurt.
Lifting is a common activity at the worksite, and it is often forgotten that there are proper techniques that need to be followed to avoid injury. What are the safe lifting techniques? Learn here.
The majority of scaffold accidents on the construction site are caused by falls, slipping or being struck by an object from above. All of these accidents can be prevented by taking the proper precautions. Here’s how.

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