Information

  • Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Location

Toolbox Talk/Consultation Meeting Attendance & Minutes

  • Tool box talks provide the opportunity for supervisors to ensure safety awareness is maintained throughout the project. Specific quality/safety/environmental issues can be addressed, accidents/near misses can be reviewed, Safe Work Method Statements/Environmental Action Plans/Environmental Impact Statements can be presented or safety alerts discussed.

  • The meeting shall cover the following (tick that apply):

  • Describe:

Attendance Record

  • Company Name:

  • Supervisor/Presenter:

  • Project Name:

  • Meeting Date:

  • Start Date:

  • Finish Date:

The following Agenda Topics shall be covered as a minimum

  • New Site Quality/Safety/Environmental issues.

  • Previous Site Quality/Safety/Environmental issues re occurring.

  • Review of accidents/incident/near misses on site.

  • Any new Safe Work Method Statements/Enviro Action Plans/Enviro Impact Statements to be introduced.

  • Any comments or concerns from staff or sub contractors on site Quality/Safety/Environmental topics.

  • Any further Quality/Safety/Environmental information to be addressed (see below)

Meeting details

  • Points Raised and Corrective Action Required (if required)

  • Meeting Details
  • Point Raised:

  • Actioned By:

  • Date Actioned & Completed:

  • Sketch:

  • NOTE: Before the conclusion of the Meeting ask the following:
    - Is there any person wishing to have any part of the meeting repeated?
    - Is there any person not understanding the content of the meeting? Repeat or explain as required

Employee Sign Off:

  • Which employees were in attendance

  • Employee
  • Employee Name

  • Signature:

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