There are many risks associated with work, and many different safety precautions are required depending on what is being done, as well as where and by whom it is carried out. Pre-job briefings make sure workers know about current hazards, any changes that will affect how they work, and the safety precautions they need to take. This course covers how to conduct a pre-job briefing. Ideal learners are all employees
Describe what a pre-job briefing is; Describe when it takes place; Describe what it covers; Describe who conducts it; Describe how it should be documented
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