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Clean up your act and wash hands

Barrier creams: a little dab will do!
after all lab work.

Dermatitis really gets under your

Dine out,
not in the laboratory.
protect yourself.

Save your skin; use proper industrial

Industrial hygiene affects everyone.

Some food for though: Wash up The proper protection prevents

before eating. infection.
A clean and safe work area
A cleaner place is a safer place.
is a step in the safe direction.

A dirty workplace
A cleared work space
only leaves Broom
is a safe work place.
for improvement.

A droopy safety score will soar at a A friend or co-worker

winner's pace might get bitter,
when you make your personal if he trips and falls
space a safer place. because of your litter.

A job is not complete until the site is

A mess on the floor is something
Remove all safety hazards around
should never ignore!
and in between.

A messy station A nail you forgot to bend

may lead to hospitalization. may get you in the end.

A place for everything

A naily board shouldn't be ignored!
and everything in its place.

A quick clean-up is all it takes, A safe clean place

to stay away from big mistakes. puts a smile on everyone's face.

A safe work place A sloppy housekeeping tradition

can disappear with trashy habits. may be fuel for ignition.

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A tidy work environment Accumulation of litter

is a safety requirement. attracts unwanted critters.

Allow this worker to

keep on strutt'n.
Aim to be neat, safety can't be beat!
Keep the floor clean
so he'll slip on nutt'n.

Although housekeeping
An area full of clutter
can be a real pain in the butt,
might result in profane mutter.
somebody has to do it!

An emergency can be stopped An uncluttered work area

with a clean and tidy shop. is a safe work area

An uncovered hole
An unsafe environment
can take its toll
could result in early retirement.
on some unsuspecting soul.

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust;

Avoid a crash and pick up the trash.
a clean workplace is a must.

Avoid a first aid scene; Avoid all fall-ty habits; keep good
keep your job site clean. housekeeping.

Avoid pain and stress; don't work in

Avoid distress, clean up your mess.
a mess.

Avoid the trip you don't have to take;

Avoid the wails,
prevent accidents with good
pull those nails.

Bad work habits breed bad safety Be in control of your work space;
records. put tools back in their proper place.

Before you clean, have a look

Be sure to plan your chart for
Make sure you look both up and
never work around a mess.

Being unaware of exposed sharp

Being a slob can burn up your job;
keep it clean!
may result in painful tales.

By working in a mess the only things

Being untidy is a safety sin;
you gain
be sure your waste goes in the bin.
are injuries and a lot of pain.

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Clean it up!
Clean up accidents and scrub out
Don't wait!
You'll never know until it's too late!

Clean up and care, Clean up as you go,

will speed up repair. and you'll live to be a pro.

Clean up as you go.

The mess you left behind Clean up or slip up; it's your choice.
may nail you in the end.

Clean up so everyone can see, Clean up your dirt and

to prevent a time loss injury. you won't get hurt!

Clean up your worksite Cleaning up by all

or it can hurt you in the end. can prevent a trip or a fall.

Cleaning up is the strongest Cleaning up while you work,

defense against accidents. adds that extra Safety perk.

Clean-up is important. Clean-ups can prevent floor level

No butts about it! falls.

Cords and boards, hammer and

Clutter causes casualties! nails...
always be sure safety prevails.

Cover your rear. Danger is near if your path isn't

Keep the workplace clear. clear.

Diligence to cleanup should be

commended. Don't allow your staff to say,
But awareness of all hazards you should've put this hazard away!
is highly recommended.

Don't be a slob; Don't be a slob

clean up after each job. when you're doing a job.

Don't forget to remove protrusions.

Don't be mean; work as a team.
This could lead to serious intrusions.

Don't get hooked on bad

Don't get nailed for leaving a mess.
housekeeping habits.

Don't get nailed, Don't get spiked,

for safety's sake clean up now! make housekeeping liked.

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Don't ignore any hazards on your

Don't get tripped up by untidy areas.


A safe boot is a secure boot. Tie it

A secure lace could save your face.

A steel toe takes a lot of wear and

A sure-footed choice is proper
but it still requires the proper care.

Always be straight-laced on the job. An inch of prevention is worth a foot.

An untied lace may land you on your Avoid foot woes;

face. lace up those steel toes.

Avoid the crunch; wear safety Avoid total loss - wear foot
footwear. protection.

Avoiding slips, trips and falls,

Be in the know;
is a matter of taking the proper
always wear steel toe.
safety steps.

Be on your toes; wear your safety

Be strait-laced about safety boots.

Be sure your laces are tied

Be sure of what you wear.
or you may hurt more than your
Foot protection is important.

Being light on your feet

Before going on the site
shouldn't mean losing your toes!
lace up tight!
Wear your safety boots.

Better to be laced up than face

Beware! Have the right pair!

Boot up with safety;

Boot out unsafe acts - tie your laces.
they are the only feet you have.

Boots neatly tied Boots with steel

protect your stride. give your feet safety appeal.

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Crushed toes; no safety shoes, I Dangling laces create accident

suppose. cases.

Do you have a firm grip on slips and

Do it right; tie 'em tight. falls?
Use your foot protection.

Don't be caught singing the blues; Don't be in the wrong place,

put on your safety shoes. the wrong time, the wrong shoes.

Don't be one foot away

from finishing your job; Don't cheat; protect your feet.
wear foot protection.

Don't get the compensation blues; Don't leave any loose ties when it
always wear your safety shoes. comes to safety.

Don't slip up;

Don't let laces be your downfall.
choose the right safety shoe.

Follow the path to safety; Foot loose, laces free,

use your safety shoes. could cause a catastrophe.

For feet's sake! Wear foot

Get a grip on proper foot wear.

Get safety off on the right foot with

Get a leg up on steel toes. the proper
Personal Protective Equipment.

Get your kicks

Give accidents the boot.
by giving unsafe practices the boot.

Giving the boot to hazards in the

workplace Guard your feet - you have a lot
can be as easy as tying your riding on them.

Guess who's footing the bill How do you stand up to hazards?

for your injuries - you! with your safety shoes!

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A forklift with more

A blocked view is not good for you. than it can hold
is a danger to you and the load.

A secure load makes for a safer

A pile in a jumble is sure to tumble.

A stack that wobbles is sure to

A stack too tall is bound to fall.
cause troubles.

Adjust your load if you can't see the

A stack too tall, is waiting to fall!

An overloaded pallet
could easily slip.
Avoid a rumble; secure your bundle!
Do not take short cuts
to save a trip.

Balance your load Be aware of the path you take.

or get squished like a toad. One more step could be a mistake.

Be safe, stack right

Be safe, don't carry them all.
or you and others
Ask for help before you fall.
could be in for a fright!

Be sure your path and sight is clear Before your oversized load slips
when carrying a load from there to stop... think...
here. then make two trips.

Blocking your vision can be a

Blocked vision, bad safety decision.
disastrous decision.

Blocking your vision Blocking your vision

could be a costly decision. could be a costly decision.

Building the right stack

Boxes too tall could make you fall!
takes a load off your back.

Carry objects so you can see Check your cargo before it takes
or a statistic you may be. a crash on some driver's dash.

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A breaker box is a useful tool.

110 volts? 110 jolts!
Be sure to use the left hand rule.

A ground fault circuit interrupter or

A faulty cord should not be ignored. GFCI could mean the difference if
you live or die.

A loaded-up outlet A mind on safety

can burn more than a fuse, would have the correct fix,
give it a break plug in only two cords
and don't over use. instead of six.

A simple tug on the plug Adding on to an unsafe situation

will take the pow out of power. can generate shocking results.

Always be aware if hidden wires are

around Always keep current on electrical
or you just may wind up being the fire safety.

Always remember to unplug first, Always think safety;

or you may take a ride in a hearse. don't overload plugs.

An electrical octopus
An electrical current may be fast,
can produce shocking results. but for safety reasons,
it won't last.

An extension of thought
An electrical surprise could end in
can dismiss an electrifying

An overload could result in a shock An overloaded receptacle

of your life. is not acceptable.

Are you keeping current on

An overloaded recepticle
electrical safety?
is safety unacceptable.
Are your power tools grounded?

Around electricity your best conduct

Are you plugged into safety?
is a safe one.

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Avoid getting the shock of your life;

Art learns the meaning of ground,
treat electricity with the respect it

Avoid shocking experiences; Avoid the shock of a lifetime.

replace damaged cords. Put in a plug for safety.

Be careful around electrical power

Be aware when electricity is there.
or it could be your final hour.

Be careful with power,

Be ever ready with electrical safety.
or this will be your last hour.

Be very careful when throwing those

Be sure where your leads lead.
or you could end up at the

Beat the jolt; Before you cut into it,

check the volt. mark out the conduit.

Before you plug in

Before you end up flat on the
a multiple socket,
ground, make sure your equipment
know how much power
is safe and sound.
an outlet can pocket.

Check before you drill; Check for power within the walls
the lights that go out may be yours. before you fry your eyeballs.

Check that cord so you don't get Check the tool, check the cord,
floored. before electricity has you floored!

Comply with
Circuit overloading -
the electrical code
the results are electrifying.
and do not overload.

Dangling cords and wires bare,

Current events can be dangerous!
will do much more than curl your
Be safe, unplug!

Disconnect - use common sense;

Disconnect before you correct.
or be referred to in the past tense.

Disconnect first, Don't be a risk taker. You could end

or be next for the hearse! up a circuit breaker.

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Don't be shocked
Don't be shocked into being safe.
by unsafe work habits.

Don't get a charge out of fixing small

Don't charge into unknown hazards. appliances!
Unplug them!

Don't get a charge out of work. Don't get a charge

Turn off power sources. out of unsafe conditions.

Don't get caught short on shock Don't get charged up from being
safety. unsafe.

Don't get shocks, Don't let a frayed cord's

turn off the breaker box. sizzle fizzle out your life.

Don't let a live take a life; Don't let electricity come to you as a
use electricity safely. shock.

Don't let electricity get you down.

Don't let electricity
Check your cords, don't be the
shock you out of a job.

Don't let overloaded sockets turn Don't let wallpapering

you off. become a shocking experience.

Don't overload electrical sources or

Don't let your octopus socket to you.
you could get the final shock
Plug in with care.
of your life.

Don't overload your circuit

Don't overload your circuits!
Think Safety - don't shirk it!

Don't overload your circuits Don't overload;

and shorten your day. you may explode!

Don't overload
your 'current' situation, Don't play with power;
you may end up it could be your final hour.
with a fire investigation!

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Don't push me past my limit

Don't pull the plug on safety!
or I'll knock your lights out!

Don't sit back when danger arises,

Don't short-circuit your life!
unplug the power, so there are no
Use electricity safely.

Don't try to break 'er... Electrical cord with poor insulation

think safer. often ends with fibrillation.

Electrical equipment,
Electrical hazards:
no matter how large or small,
a shocking way to go!
before fixing, unplug them all!

Electrical hazards
can be averted, Electrical overload is really dire
if safety requirements just look at this potential fire!
are asserted.

Electrical panels should be

Electrical safety - does it have to be
drilled into you?
with safety and the operator in mind.

Electrical safety is no joke,

Electrical shock is nothing to
correct the hazard
or go up in smoke.

Electrical shock will drop you like a Electrical tricks

rock. carry great risks.

Electricity can blow your top,

Electricity can be deadly. Kill it first. so stop and think
when your toast doesn't pop.

Electricity can kill; Electricity can switch you off;

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helping a victim could have leave repairs to experts.

shocking results.

Electricity cures sloppiness with

Electricity delivers a KO punch!
shock treatment.

Electricity is a powerful source Electricity is like a good friend;

make sure you know its course. we tend to take it for granted.

1. Put your money on safety, it's a blue-chip investment.

2. Falling objects can be brutal if you don't protect your
3. Those precious fingers don't ignore. . . Or they could
end up on the floor.
4. Protect your back Use a jack.
5. One rung too high and you could die
6. When you're done messin' up, sweep your darn resin up
7. The hotter it gets on the outside, the more water you
need inside
8. Don't get caught in the web of unsafe acts. (This is
written in the background of a spider web.)
9. Don't get spooked by safety. (This is placed next to a
picture of a ghost)
10. Wipe Up and avoid a Slip Up!
11. Safe Operators are Smooth Operators
12. Personal Protective Equipment is Self Defense
13. Time runs out on luck..Do the job the safe way
14. We need you! Work safely.
15. What you don't know about Safety could Hurt you
16. Why learn the hard way? Obey safety rules.
17. Wishing won't keep you safe; Safety Will
18. Working together gets the job done safely.
19. Working without Safety is a Dead-End Job
20. You can never over do Safety
21. Don't work alone Watch for others
22. Flesh and Bone are no match for a grinding Stone
23. One bad day at the grinder could ruin your whole life.
24. Don't get caught with your guard could be dis-
25. Guard against man eating machines

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26. Machine guards keep you on your side.

27. Trying to make up time could cost you your life.
28. Protect your hands.....Use your head.
29. Be hand-in-glove with safety.
30. Use your wits.....use padded mitts.
31. Replacing a saw guard is easier than replacing a finger.
32. Think sharp....never handle broken glass with bare
33. Using Safety gloves is all in your hands.
34. Safety is our goal...Whats yours?
35. Protect your hands, you need them to pick up your pay
36. Quench the thirst--Safety First
37. Do the do's not the don'ts
40. Business stalls if you slip and fall
41. Lead the way, safety today
42. Save tomorrow.think safety today
43. Those who work the safest way, live to work another day!
44. Wear safety shoes and keep a good footing on life.
45. To avoid a scene keep your work place clean.
46. Stop ! Think ! Then Act !
47. Protect your thoughts and wear a hard hat.
48. Keep a grip on life and protect your hands.
49. Think safety and act Safely.
50. A harness is better than a hearse.
51. Be aware of slips and trips.
52. SAFETY - The measure of success.
53. If in doubt check it out - Safety First.
54. Check your shoes and don't let your day slip away.
55. Yes safety is my business
56. Safety rules are there to follow. So take care and we will
see you tomorrow.
59. Safety...Do It For Family
60. Safety is a race we can all win
61. Our Job is Anchored in Safety
62. Safety is a Frame of Mind, Get the Picture
63. Safety starts with "S" but begins with "YOU"
64. Use safety as a vital tool, at work it's the "Golden Rule"
65. Forgot your hearing protection? Forget about hearing!

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(some of these are fire-fighter slogans)

66. Volunteers do it for free!

67. Search & Rescue Officers do it any time, any place,
under any conditions and they do it for free.
68. Support your local Search and Rescue Squad - Get Lost
69. For a good time, Dial 911- operators are standing by!
70. Our paramedics give you a charge!
71. Hug your kids at home, but belt them in the car!
72. If you drink, don't drive. Don't even putt.
73. Keep your kids safe. They'll choose your nursing home.
74. If everything comes your way, you are in the wrong lane.
75. Have another day
76. You light 'em, we fight 'em; you crash, we dash.
77. Anger is one letter away from Danger. Drive gently.
78. If you can't be good, be careful. If you can't be careful,
we'll get a call.
79. Smoke detectors make good stocking stuffers. (Xmas
time sign)
80. Be the kind of person your dog thinks you are.
81. Triumph is just an "umph" ahead of try.
82. Santa likes a clean chimney, so do we.
83. The earth spins at 1,000 mph. Wear your seat belts.
84. Don't lose your head to gain a minute,
You'll need your head
Your brains are in it!
85. Life did not begin by accident. Don't end it as one.
86. Unsafe acts will keep you in stitches.
87. The door to safety swings on the hinges of common
88. Forget the hearse with safety first.
89. It's not the bullet that kills you, it's the hole. Call 911.
90. Macho does not prove mucho. Do it safely.
91. You fall, you call, we haul, that's all.
92. Call 1st, call fast, gotta make that v-fib last, till we shock
'um, make 'um jump, get a rhythm, and a pump.
93. Old firefighters never die, they just stop arson around!"
94. If you drink and drive, you might as well smoke.
95. Put Safety into action -- stay out of Traction!
96. Safety never takes a holiday
97. Working safely is like breathing; If you don't, you die!
98. '97 - Too soon to see Heaven - Safety First
100. Luck runs out but safety is good for life.
101. Better dead sure than sure dead.

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102. The chance taker is the accident maker.

103. A wound neglected may be a wound infected.
104. At work at play, let safety lead the way.
105. Practice safety in all you do -- everyone depends
on you!
106. You bet your life when you take a chance.
107. Only fools break safety rules.
108. SAFETY: To be or not to be -- there's no question
about it!
109. Normal speed meets every need. (forktruck safety)
110. "You can't get 'home,' unless you're 'safe.'"
111. Alert today - Alive tomorrow.
112. Safety is not automatic, think about it.
113. Leave sooner, drive slower, live longer.
114. Night doubles traffic troubles.
115. Stop accidents before they stop you.
116. Drive as if every child on the street were you own.
117. Better to arrive late than never.
118. Working without safety is a dead end job.
119. Drive with reason this holiday season.
120. Luck runs out, but safety is good for life.
121. Look sharp, don't get cut.
122. SAFETY! "Behavior for Life"
123. Safety...Do It For Life
124. Safety, like a good retirement plan, provides for a
better tomorrow!
125. "Safety" a small investment for a rich future
126. Why wear safety glasses? If not, you may end up
in the dark
127. A close call reported today, is the accident that
does not happen tomorrow
128. Work to be safe, be safe so you can work
129. Health & Safety, words to live by
130. Safety is you
131. Safety is a product we can live by
132. Put safety first and a better day is sure to follow
133. The key to long life is to live safety
134. Safety is something you can not live without
135. Safety makes good dollars and sense
136. Safety is a lifetime achievement
137. When putting away a chemical shipment,
remember Personal Protective Equipment.
138. Take care working with Chemical Baths or you
may end up taking a Shower.
139. If you smell something bad, get out of the lab.

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140. Is there a special hazard to learn of a chemical

you work with, so you won't get burned?
141. If you figgit with safety you could lose a diget.
142. Safety's intention is accident prevention
143. Safe today - Alive tomorrow
144. Safety's the key to accident free
145. Before you start - Be safety smart
146. Stop! Safety pays
147. Put safety first - Prevent the worst
148. Don't learn safety by accident
149. No injuries to anyone, ever
150. You come into this world tied off, so stayed tied
151. Chance takers are accident makers
152. do make a difference
153. Safety fits like a glove; Try one on!
154. Safety... You will regret if you forget.
155. Safety is a full time job, don't make it a part time
156. Safety... It can charm you, or ALARM you!
157. Accidents Big Or Small, Avoid Them All
158. What's it Worth - Safety First
159. 10 Fingers 10 Toes
IF you are not Safe
Who Knows
160. You get what you inspect
Not what you expect
161. Death lurks in Confined Spaces
162. Seat Belts are for kids
Hug them at home
Belt them in the car
163. Work Safely or
Hurt greatly
164. Open the Door to Safety: Awareness is the Key!
165. Safety comes before schedule only in the
166. Safety, it's for life.
167. Safety isn't for helping you up, it's to keep you
from falling.
168. Don't let the safety net turn into a hammock.
169. The door to Safety swings on the hinges of
common sense.
170. The safest RISK is the one you didn't take.
171. You can profit from safety or recover without it.
172. When in doubt, safety wins out.

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173. At work, at home, let safety be known

174. Unsafe acts will keep you in stitches
175. Our mission is and accident free condition
176. K.I.S.S. - Keep It Safe and Sound
177. Make safety a firtual reality
178. Safe minds and safe actions equal a safe worker
and satisfaction.
179. Safety wins the checkered flag.
180. Safety wins the gold.
181. Get the safety itch.
182. Get in high speed pursuit of safety.
183. Safe actions bring lasting satisfaction
184. Working safely each day will keep the doctor
185. Safetycalifrajilisticexpialidosious
186. Eye protection is clearly the right choice
187. Forget the nurse with safety first.
188. Be safety smart right from the start.
189. Safety is a mission not an intermission.
190. Put safety into action - the wishbone will never
rplace the backbone.
191. Safety isn't expensive its priceless.
192. Unsafe acts will keep you in stitches.
193. A spill, a slip, a hospital trip.
194. Being safe is like breathing you never want to
195. Safety Is Your Life's Work
196. At Work, At Home, Let Safety Be Known
197. Life did not begin as an accident; don't end it with
198. 30 Days has September.
199. Safety first
Please remember.
200. Safety practices ... Do or die.
201. Safety...Do it. Do it right. Do it right now.
202. Some have eyes and cannot see
Some have ears and cannot hear
So lets be wise
And wear our safety gear.
203. A CASUAL att I tude toward safe TY=CASUALITY
204. Don't learn safety by accident

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Working safely may get old, but so do those who

practice it

205. Safety is as simple as ABC...Always Be Careful

206. Think Safety, Because I Love You Man
207. Courtesy and common sense promote safety.
208. Don't be safety blinded, be safety minded.
209. One split second of carelessness could change
your entire future.
210. Never think working safe is in vain when it could
save a life time of pain.
211. Turn your attention to accident prevention.
212. Your safety gears are between your ears.
213. Make your plant the best, safer than all the rest
214. Safety Concious, Smart Obvious.
215. When in doubt, safety wins out.
216. Safety comes in cans. I can, you can, we can.
217. Are you part of the safety TEAM.....(Together
Employees Accomplish More)
218. Forget the hearse with Safety first.
219. Prepare & prevent instead of repair & repent.
220. Don't just preach safety, profit from it.
221. "Working safely keeps everyone working."
222. A "Safety" attitude is one that never hurts to take
home with you.
223. The difference between preaching and practicing
Safety is measured one Safety Rep at a time.
224. 6" of bruise is better than 6' under - Buckle up!
225. Safety is something you learn from the start
Being accident free is doing your part
226. Safety is a frame of mind
So concentrate on it -- all the time
227. Safety is like a lock
But you are the key
228. Before you do it, take time to think through it.
229. Accidents hurt ---- Safety doesn't.
230. Tomorrow - Your reward for working safely today.
231. Know safety - No injury. -- No safety - Know injury.
232. Safety... A commitment to yourself.
233. Safety... Always in season.
234. Safety first, to last. (a Russ M. Original, 3-21-96)
235. Safety first makes us last.
236. Safety rules are your best tools
237. The safe way is the only way

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238. You can eat with false teath, you can walk with a
wooden leg, you can even hear with a hearing aid, but
you can't see with a glass eye.
239. Use your eyes, don't lose them.
240. Lift smart, think, then start.
241. Caution: Read, then proceed.
242. Invest in tomorrow. Practice safety today.
243. Safe crane operation is uplifting.
244. Safety Clicks in 96
245. Safety never hurts!
246. Safety begins with teamwork
247. Your future brightens with safety
248. The safeway is the best way
249. Our aim, no accidents
250. Get the safety habit
251. Safety is everybody's job
252. Safety pays all ways
253. The best safety device is a safe worker
254. The right way is the safe way
255. Take the extra step for safety
256. Think safety 1st
257. Safety is not an accident
258.'s my job
260. Knock out...accidents
261. Safety and quality go hand in hand
262. Make safety a priority
263. Think safety before you start
264. Don't put your life on the line Think safety
265. Work safely
266. Take time out for safety
267. Safety pays
268. Safety starts with me
269. Safe and healthy!
270. Make safety a part of your workday
271. Keep safety in mind. It will save your behind.
272. Don't be a fool, cause safety is cool, so make that
your rule.
273. Safety will set you free.
274. One safe act can lead to another.
275. Keep your eyes on safety.
276. Dare to be aware.
277. Take safety home for the holidays. ( a good
december slogan)
278. You are the key! Make Palo Verde accident free.
279. Dig in your heels against accidents.

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280. Van safety...Drive it home.

281. Safety turns me on.
282. Let's take ladder safety a step at a time.
283. Safety is our life line.
284. Safety...Been there, done that.
285. Safety...Did it, done it, doing it tomorrow
286. Safety is of the essence.
287. Fail Safety and it will fail you.
288. Safety ventured, safety gained.
289. Safety steps... The walk of life.
290. Ladder safety has it's ups and downs.
291. Safety ... Takes just a few seconds.
292.'s where we want to go today.
293. Safety, it's the real thing.
294. Safety isn't just a slogan, it's a way of life.
295. Team Safety. It's just good business.
296. Close call... Don't ignore it, report it.
297. As temperatures rise, stay safety wise. ( a
summer slogan)
298. Practice Fire Safety. Watch what you heat.
299. Learn not to burn.(probably copywrited)
300. Safety - the food for life
301. Safety is for life - just do it
302. If you leave accidents behind don't leave a
forwarding address
303. Put safety in your head when you get out of bed
304. Safety- standards we set to accomplish the goals
we strive for
305. Don't fix the blame , fix the problem
306. Positive attitudes have positive influence on
307. Safety is the key to life - don't get locked out
308. Safety is the light .... Let it shine

Slogans that have won

309. Hearing protection is a sound investment.

310. Apply your good intention to accident prevention
311. Do your work with pride, put safety in every stride.
312. A good attitude makes safety work for you.
313. Safety will improve, by controlling every move.
314. Safety's alive... In 95.
315. Safety is a working tool.
316. Safety is a 2 way street... Look both ways.
317. Safety is as safety does.

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318. Make it your mission, not to live with and unsafe

319. Generating safety... Is a mega-watt savings.
320. Near miss? Don't ignore it, report it.
321. Be alert! Accidents hurt
322. Safety works when people work together
323. Don't be a fool, use the proper tool.
324. Safety, a race to zero.
325. Chance takers are accident makers
326. Get smart! Use safety from the start.
327. Think smart before you start.
328. When you gamble with safety ... You bet your life.
329. Possible ideas for graphics and logos
330. Picture this, a 4 leaf clover (green of course) in
the background with the words "Our Safety doesn't
depend on Luck".
331. Gag safety slogans (DON'T SEND THESE IN)
332. Ladder safety has it's ups and downs. (also works
with elevator and escalator safety)
333. Safety is great unless you're late.
334. Safety's fine if you got the time.
335. A hardhat on your head keeps you from being
336. If you don't go to work, you can't get hurt
337. Don't watch her behind. Keep safety in mind!
338. Safety's OK if you got all day.
339. Safety's alright if you got all night.
340. Safety slogans are nifty - Give me my fifty.
(Charlie Balogh 080296)
341. When safety is a factor, call in a contractor.
342. Work Safely and Carry a Big Lunch Box
343. Be Safe at Work Today; Call In Sick
344. Don't Fall Asleep At Work and Get Your Head
Caught In a Splicing Bar.
345. Don't Get Papercuts; They Hurt
346. Mine Eyes Have Seen The Gory Of The Coming Of
The Blood,
It Is Pouring Down My Forearm In A Bright Red Crimson
347. Safety Shoes To House Your Toes; Safety
Glasses on Your Nose.
348. Your Wife Will Spend Your 401K; If You Get Killed
At Work Today.
349. Crushed Hands Or Missing Fingers May Affect
Your Golf Swing.
350. Consider yourself hugged

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351. If one synchronized swimmer drowns, do the rest

have to drown too?
352. Safety is redundant!!!!!
353. Safety is an administrative requirement.

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