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Tailgate talks are short informational meetings held with employees to discuss a worksite related safety topic. The term comes from the practice of meeting around the tailgate of a pickup truck on site. The goal of holding tailgate talks is to inform employees of specific hazards and the safe way to do a job.
The following are designed as easy, one-page talking points that supervisors can print out and take with them to use on the job site.
Here are some tips for running a successful tailgate talk:
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