Encouraging your community to take the proper steps to prepare for a natural disaster can alleviate its impact when it comes. These emergency and disaster preparedness slogans are just some examples to the type of slogans you can incorporate with any preparation campaign.
Always wear your safety gear, so you can work without any fear.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure; look both ways twice, and always be sure.
Be wise; use safety glasses to protect your eyes.
Change the batteries in your smoke detector; it’s your family’s first protector!
Check twice before you venture onto the ice.
Cutting corners can cut your life short.
Don’t break a hip; clean up spills before you slip.
Don’t cause a scene, keep your area clean.
Don’t depend on luck; set the parking break on your truck.
Don’t depend on reports from your wife; a weather radio can save your life.
Don’t get hurt, stay alert!
Don’t get in wrecks; pull over before you text.
Don’t invite a bear to share your campsite; alway pack food in containers that are airtight.
Don’t play with matches since fire catches.
Don’t put your family in mourning; follow the safety warning.
Drive slow when you see snow.
Expect the unexpected and always be protected.
Fess up if you mess up.
Fire safety is no joke so use caution if you must smoke.
Fires may start out small but can quickly grow to be tall. Never leave a flame unattended.
Forget about your pride; if you’re drunk, ask for a ride.
If you don’t want to get hurt, stay alert!
If you want to stay alive, don’t drink and drive.
Instead of your back, use your knees, and you will always lift with ease.
It only takes a spark to start a fire so take care to make sure you make your’s expire.
Jog against the traffic flow, or to the hospital you could go.
Keep safety first so you last.
Live to slice another day; put the knife on the counter and slowly back away.
Make safety a way of life.
Make sure you know your ABC’s; Always Be Careful, please!
Never take a walk about until your campfire’s cool and completely out.
Never walk into the woods alone; take a buddy and a compass if you plan to roam.
Only fools ignore safety rules.
People die when they drive and text; don’t you be the next.
Plan how you’ll get out if a fire breaks out.
Remember to test your smoke alarm; it’ll keep your family safe from harm.
Safety first, safety last; don’t screw up your future by being careless in your past.
Safety is a requirement of the job – not an option.
Safety is priceless so is your life.
Safety never goes out of style.
Safety pays, carelessness slays; don’t let foolishness number your days.
Save your behind and keep safety in mind.
Shade is your happy spot when the weather gets to be too hot.
Stay alive: Don’t text and drive!
Think with your head or end up dead.
To be or not to be; that’s the gamble you take when you don’t practice safety.
Trying to save time can cost you your life; slow down.
Wear your hard hat, or your head might go splat!
When hail rains down, there could be a tornado around.
When you see the lightning flash, get out of the pool fast.
You won’t need a hearse if you put safety first.
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