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Toolbox safety meetings have become common on construction sites, with employees huddled around the gang box on Monday mornings. At these meetings, they are often given a handout on a topic that will be discussed and review the work that will be performed for the week. Unfortunately, many of these meetings fall short of their intended goal—especially when employees tune out and miss critical information.
Whether you are a residential contractor who builds or remodels homes or a homeowner tackling your own project, you may want to consider some of the healthier alternatives that are available.
For many tradesperson, strapping on a tool belt is more than just having easy access to tools. It can become personal and part of who they are. From my own experience as a carpenter, I would like to share some thoughts on the subject. I am also interested in hearing what does and does not work for you.

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