In 2011 alone, 64 people were killed while they were on scaffolds, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI). Prevent severe scaffolding injuries or fatalities by complying with OSHA’s scaffold regulation (29 CFR 1926.451).
Seton offers many of the tools you need in order to maintain scaffolding compliance, as well as encourage appropriate scaffold safety practices.
Attach scaffold tags to scaffolding to communicate important information, such as “Warning This Scaffold is Not Complete.” You can also use a variety of inspection tags to comply with ANSI A10.8-2001 safety requirements for scaffolding. Inspection tags not only remind you to perform regular maintenance, but to also keep track of when the scaffold was last inspected.
Maintain regular inspections using scaffold labels. When it comes to maintaining scaffold compliance, it’s also important to perform regular maintenance on ladders. Scaffold labels help you stay up-to-date with regular inspections and maintenance. You can also create a Custom Ladder Inspection Label to reflect your company name, which helps deter theft.
Post scaffold signs to remind your workers of important safety practices or warn them of potential dangers using OSHA safety signs.
Maintain smart scaffold practices using these products, and more, available at Seton.