Falls can post large risks of injuries and fatalities among industries such as Construction. Falls from roofs are a major cause of fatalities among workers. Ladders account for a majorities of fatalities and fall related injuries. OSHA Regulations 29 CFR 1926.501 outline adherence to workplace safety guidelines to protect workers from increasing risks with fall related injuries and deaths. The following collection of fall safety slogans have been designed and used by others for raising awareness to increasing safety precautions.
Avoid a fall, use handrails.
Be a safety hero – score an accident zero.
Before you start be safety smart.
Broken tools can be replaced. You can’t.
Don’t fix the blame, fix the problem.
Don’t learn safety rules by accident. Make safety a habit.
Don’t risk a fall. Use ladders properly.
Dont slip when carrying your breakfast – you’ll end up with egg on your face.
Failing to prepare = Prepare to fail.
Fall prevention deserves your attention.
Falling objects can be brutal if you don’t protect your noodle.
Hard hats, they’re not just for decoration.
Hearing protection is a sound investment.
If everything comes your way, you are in the wrong lane,
If you lift with your back, you’ll hear it crack.
If you plan on violating the Fall Protection rules, please leave details for next of kin.
Invest in tomorrow. Practice safety today.
Ladder safety has it’s ups and downs.
Make safety a reality and don’t be a fatality.
Make your plant the best – safer than all the rest.
Normal speed meets every need.
Protect your hands…..Use your head.
Safety – it’s the tool for LIFE.
Safety is free. Use it generously.
Safety is great unless you’re late.
Safety is the key, It is up to you and me!
Safety starts with S but begins with you.
Stay safe or die trying.
Stop accidents before they stop you.
The safety risk is the one you didn’t take.
To avoid a scene keep your workplace clean.
Wear safety shoes and keep a good footing on life.
When you gamble with safety you bet your life.
While on a ladder, never step back to admire your work.
Wipe up and avoid a slip up.
The following infographic illustrates statistics related to fall fatalities and injuries within the construction industry. A quarter of construction related injuries are the result of a fall and a third of fatalities are the result of a fall. 74.8% of fall fatalities occur on roofs, ladders, and scaffolds.
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