Scaffold Inspection Tags
Scaffolds are useful tools to access elevated work areas. They are often more stable, provide larger work platforms and seem to be even easier and safer to use than ladders. However, poor setup and misuse can result in serious workplace injury or death.
Scaffold Inspection Hang Tags provide suggested safety practices that are useful in preventing scaffold-related work injuries – they alert workers of the scaffold condition and help to ensure that regular inspections occur for continued safety. At St. Louis Tag, we provide a number of tags that not only help your facility stay in compliance with OSHA scaffold requirements and standards, but that can also protect the lives of your workers.
Our scaffold inspection tags are made from durable materials to withstand almost any condition – chemicals, grease, operational abuse, weathering, etc. Simply write in your message on our tear- and smudge-resistant, matte-finished tag surfaces, to make your daily operations faster and more efficient and to keep your employees safe and informed. You can even color-code your hang tags for easy tracking. Scaffold inspection tags use the following color schemes to represent the status and safety of the scaffold.
- Green tags indicate that a scaffold has been inspected and that it is “SAFE FOR USE.”
- Yellow tags, or “CAUTION” tags, signify that an inspection has been performed but additional safety requirements are necessary for safe use. Based on the results of an additional inspection, yellow tags can be removed and an appropriate tag (green or red) will be hung on the scaffold.
- Red tags, also known as “DANGER – UNSAFE FOR USE" tags, are used to mark unsafe conditions in the event a scaffold has been deemed unfit for use.
Browse some of our featured scaffold inspection tags and Contact Us today for more information about our custom capabilities.