In 2009, the infraction that topped OSHA’s most-frequent workplace safety violations was scaffolding, and in 2012 alone the United States Department of Labor cited scaffolding regulations as its third most violated guideline. The majority of these accidents occur from falling objects, supports giving away, unstable planking, and simple slips and trips. Our ANSI A10.8-2001 compliant Scaffolding Inspection Tags help maintain and track regular inspections on your scaffold. Use our color-coded status tags to indicate the status of your scaffold – Red means the scaffold is unsafe, under construction, or shouldn’t be used; Yellow means the scaffold does not meet all requirements, and special equipment or rules are required in order to use the scaffold which must be posted; Green indicates that the scaffold is safe for use and meets all OSHA standards. With crisp print, vivid colors, and available in three durable materials, our Scaffolding Inspections Tags are suitable for just about any job or environment. Browse our large selection below and find out why our tags are a cut above the rest!
• Slide your tag into a clear pouch to protect against the elements. Or, use our self-laminating tags that protect your writing with a clear flap that you can laminate on-site. For better protection, our tags fit perfectly into the pocket of both of our tamper-resistant, Status Tag Holder and Secure-Status OSHA Tag Holder, allowing them to be safely locked-out. If no tag is inserted, there is a default 'Do Not Use' message that is displayed on both holders.
• High-strength 2-part grommets and strong reinforced eyelets offer superior durability and pull-strength for a tag that last longer in abusive conditions.
• With attention-grabbing fonts and colors, your scaffold tag is designed to show a vital warning that can prevent a dangerous accident.
• Write on these tags with a pen, pencil or permanent marker for easy on-site marking and recording.