Check-in Procedures

When checking in your tools after use, it is important to keep proper check-in procedures in mind to prevent accidents for the next users. Checking and disassembling tools before turning them in can prevent people from getting hurt while cleaning.

Check-in procedures are important on any construction site, roofing job, mine site, or any other jobsite that may provide workers with tools. Workers that don’t know about tool check-ins may forget to record the returned tool leading to workers wasting time trying to track down tools.

In this toolbox talk, you can go over the following check-in procedures for tools and equipment.

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