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Tool Box Talks

Tool Box Talks
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  • Tool Box Talks ISBN: 9781857512106 Ringbound Mar 2007 Out of Print #169821
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This A6 ring binder contains 70 laminated cards that cover all the key subjects in ConstructionSkills' publication Construction Site Safety (GE 700). They are designed to assist supervisors at all levels to deliver tool box talks on building and construction sites. The cards have been laid out in a structured format which will greatly assist the supervisor who has not received any formal training on how to deliver tool box talks. It will help you to give an effective talk so that the key points will be remembered by the operatives receiving it. This 2007 edition has been updated to conform with CDM 2007.

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