The Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) Toolbox Talks created by JMJ, address and highlight 52 thought-provoking topics in four major categories: personal, behavioral, cultural and systems. Each Toolbox Talk is designed to stimulate critical and transformational conversations to keep teams safe and contribute to overall work efficiency, productivity and success. JMJ’s Safety Leadership Toolbox Talks are intended and organized for weekly safety meetings.
Introduction to JMJ’s Safety Leadership Toolbox Talks
In advance of Construction Safety Week and throughout the week, Jay Greenspan, JMJ founder will share four Safety Leadership Toolbox Talks. In the first Toolbox Talk, Jay focuses on the topic, "It Won’t Happen to Me", from the category 'personal'. The intention of this talk is to enable individuals to be actively responsible for their personal safety. Watch the video below to see how Jay facilities the Toolbox Talk, asking key questions to stimulate an engaging conversation. Jay will be sharing three other Toolbox Talks topics to facilitate with your team: "When Push Comes to Shove" (behavioral), "Muscle and Bone" (system) and "Breaking the Rules" (cultural).
"It Won't Happen to Me"
The complete Toolbox Talks kit comes with customization and translation options and is currently available in English, Spanish, Korean, Russian and Portuguese.
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