Both OSHA and the Department of Labor cite scaffolding problems as some of the most-frequent workplace safety violations. Incidents often occur because of falling objects, weak supports, unstable planking, and slips or falls. Scaffolding Inspection Tags track and maintain regular inspections. Red marks an unsafe condition, and green marks it safe to use. Yellow means the scaffold does not meet all the requirements, or notifies workers if it requires special equipment.
• Use a clear pouch to protect against the elements, or try a self-laminating tag to seal in your writing on-site. And, these slip perfectly in the pocket of our tamper-resistant tag holders, so they can be safely locked out. With no tag insert, the holders show 'Do Not Use.'
• High-strength 2-part grommets and strong reinforced eyelets offer superior durability and pull-strength for a tag that last longer in tough conditions.
• Attention-grabbing colors, designed to show vital warnings to prevent dangerous accidents.
• Use a pen, pencil or permanent marker for easy on-site marking and recording.