BCFSC Crew Talk Archive

BCFSC Crew Talks help support a short (five minutes or less) safety conversation at the beginning of meetings, pre-job/shift meetings and/or JOHSC meetings. They are an excellent resource to help enhance and maintain a strong safety culture in your organization.

Each Crew Talk features a poster on the front and additional safety talking points on the back.

Download our archived crew talks to share with your crew(s). There are many topics to choose from including seasonal themes, PPE, health and well-being, injury prevention and more.


2023-24 BCFSC Crew Talks are also available to download in a converted size format to fit a slide graphic (16 x 9) for presentations, scrolling television graphics, etc.

Are You Prepared for Daylight Saving Time? Gardening Safety Railway Crossings
Back to School Traffic Guardrails and Heights Refuelling Mobile Equipment with Gas
Bee & Wasp Safety Gutter Cleaning Safety Shovelling Safety
  Housekeeping is Essential   
Being Observant Ladder Safety Space Heater Safety
Bullying and Harassment Lawn Mower Safety Wildfire Safety While at Work
Chipper Infeed Safety Management of Change for New or Modified Equipment Wind Chill
Chopping Wood Safety Mobile Equipment Hydraulic Hose Failure Winter Preparedness - Working in Cold Weather
Dangerous Ice and Snow from Above Motorcycles on the Roads Winter Slips, Trips and Falls
Day of Mourning Mud & Water Wood Burning Stoves
Driving in the Dark On-site Railway Crossings Working In Winter
Emergency Evacuation - Grab & Go Bags Overhead Crane Working on Roofs
Fall Arrest Harness Inspection and Use Perimeter Guarding Workplace Emergency Response
Fall Arrest vs. Fall Restraint Personal Protective Equipment Inspections Workplace Complacency
Floor and Walkway Hazards  Pike Pole Safety Avoid Dangers of Spring Driving
Focus on Winter Driving Readiness Preventing Falling Objects Sleep Apnea
Pre-Shift Stretches Reporting MSI Protection for Workers and Wildlife Worker Fatigue
Day of Mourning  Duty to Cooperate Lockout Refresher
Working with WHMIS  Pre-Use Inspections Heat Stress Management
Wildfire Safety for High Risk Activities  Working Alone or In Isolation PPE: Hard Hats Do's Don'ts
PPE: Eye Protection  PPE: Hearing Protection
PPE: Safety Footwear
PPE: Hi-Vis Working Safely Around Robotics Safe Rigging and Slinging
Safe Use of Overhead Cranes Mill Yard - Safety Driving Practices