70 Workplace Safety Talks

September 9, 2015 Dave Weber No Comments


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Workplace Safety Talks


Lovetoknow.com is a fun website to visit.  They claim to have “everything you’d love to know”.  One of the many subjects that they cover is workplace safety.  

Lovetoknow.com has about 70, short, free workplace safety talks on a wide range of workplace safety and health subjects.  These excellent talks are suitable for use by all employers.  Some of the workplace safety talk subjects that are covered include:

  • Fire prevention
  • Heat stress
  • Driving safety
  • Electrical safety
  • Safety rules
  • Back safety
  • OSHA compliance
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Chemical safety
  • Ergonomics
  • Computer safety
  • Holiday safety
  • Halloween safety
  • Winter safety
  • Fireworks safety
  • Office safety
  • And over a dozen talks on  “at home safety”


Just click here to access all 70 of these workplace safety talks.  Download these safety talks, print them up, and use them in your pre-shift, workplace, employee safety meetings (aka tool box talks or tailgate talks).   You also might want to use them in – monthly department safety meetings, and your new hire safety orientation training program.

If you need even more free, high-quality workplace safety talks, please click here to access over 3,000 additional workplace safety (toolbox, tailgate) talks.

Do you want to make better and more interesting safety presentations?  Just click here for a good article on “How To Give Effective Tool box Talks”.  This article is written by Scott Schneider of the Laborers’ Health and Safety Fund of North America.  It offers thirteen tips on how you can make your next workplace safety meeting even more effective.  

Finally, it’s always a great idea to incorporate a little humor into your safety presentations.  Click here for dozens of funny safety: posters, cartoons, videos, PowerPoints, and photos.  Use them to get your audiences’ attention and inject some fun into your workplace safety meetings!  You may want to incorporate  some of  these safety humor resources into your next safety talk.



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