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This training is usually required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and generally has to include specific information. This training is done in a formal setting with a structured presentation. A Toolbox Talk or tailgate meeting is an informal group discussion that focuses on a particular safety issue.
n POLICIES and procedures including emergency response, confidentiality and privileged communications within all applicable laws, ethics, and boundaries. To best guide peer support training, agency leaders and peer supporters should define the type of peer support work offered and have training modules targeting specific peer roles.
e. ECEX Supervisor to conduct Toolbox Talk covering this RAMS and to view work area and access routes to identify anything that may have changed since this document was issued (and if necessary complete the Dynamic page of this RAMS and/or consult ECEX Head Office for advice) f. Client to isolate AHU electrically and confirm “dead” g.