Plan Your Stand-Down Toolbox Talk With Your Workplace

There is no one way to conduct a stand-down, so you can really choose a mix of activities that are pertinent to your workplace and employees. The stand-down can also include discussions of near-misses or actual incidents to help employees learn from past mistakes and take steps to prevent them from reoccurring.

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