Toolbox Talk

Instructor(s) Name(s)

Training Being Completed

Step Ladder Training

COSHH Chemical Training

Chemicals Used

Dilution Rates For Listed Chemicals

MSDS - Material Safety Data Sheets
An awareness as to what they are and the reasons for them

Storage Of Chemicals
- Reasons for securing chemicals
- Where they are stored
- Who has access to them

Kitchen Store

Image Of Store Room & Layout

Cleaning Store

Image Of Store Room & Layout

Dry Store 1 (Top Of Stairs)

Image Of Store Room & Layout

Dry Store 2 (By Lift)

Image Of Store Room & Layout

Housekeeping, A Place For Everything

All staff are responsible for either reacting to or reporting to the Assistance Manager any ‘spot’ cleaning requirements noticed. All staff are responsible for litter picking as they walk in and out and around the building.

All Staff are responsible for ensuring that stores are kept clean, tidy in accordance with plans.

The physical environment in a workplace reflects the organisation and the quality of work delivered. Remember first impressions are lasting impressions. Make sure your physical environment speaks well for you. Play your part by sorting out problems yourself of pointing them out to someone else who can.

All corridors, fire exits, store cupboards and circulation areas should be clear from obstruction. Any obstruction should be removed immediately or reported to the Assistant Manager.

Centre Assistants are responsible for ensuring all areas (eg Changing Rooms and Viewing Gallery) are free from litter, especially during changeovers and peak times.

Uniform, Name Badges And Personal Presentation

Name badges should be worn in a prominent place whenever staff are on duty and in view of the public.

All front line staff are provided with uniform which must be worn at all times. Remember that first impressions count.

Staff Who Completed The Training

Staff Being Trained

Staff Trained
Write & Sign Name
Trainers Signature - Confirm Attendance & Competence

Trainer Completing Training

Trainer
Write & Sign Name

Ensure These Are Saved Into The Relevant Training Records & Scanned Copy Goes To HR

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.