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110+ Employee Safety Slogans and Why They Matter?

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Employee safety slogans ensure that the employees stay safe at all times.

Safety slogans are used almost everywhere, but we are so conditioned to not focus on them – that we can’t seem to notice them during our conscious awareness. Especially employees who work in factories or hazardous locations.

For instance, you might have seen alarming messages similar to “Please wear your glasses at all times” in hazardous locations – especially for visitors or employee safety.

But did you pay much attention to it? We don’t think so.

What if there was a 0.1% chance of you (or someone like you) getting injured? Following these safety slogans can actually protect your eyes in an unforeseen event.

The Need for Employee Safety Slogans

Employees usually become desensitized to such things, seeing them over and over again every day, which is why firms are now coming up with newer ways to put forth the message. This is why employee safety slogans matter.

Take a slogan like:

Work Safely – You may not get a Second Chance

The above slogan not only points out that your life is important and unless you are careful, there may be permanent consequences.

 

Why Else Should Companies Implement Employee Safety Slogans?

Employee Safety Slogans may also help to indemnify the company, or the owners of the company from any future legal actions or law suits.

Many companies and work places are also required to put up safety slogans in work environments by law.

 

Ways to Make Employee Safety Slogans More Impactful

Employee safety slogans are relevant only if they are enforced the right way. The placement, visibility and the content of the slogan play a very important role in ensuring they are viewed, understood and followed.

Like any other advertising slogan, it is important that the safety slogans are well known by the intended audience. And this usually starts by making them aware of the rules, and ensuring everyone understands why these slogans are in place.

  • Funny safety slogans can often be more impactful in serving a safety reminder. They are often more noticed than boring and straightforward safety slogans.
  • Emotional appeal linked to self, family or community might help to deliver the critical-ity of the slogan
  • Slogans featuring consequences – legal, financial or health are usually known to instill fear. Not the ideal way to get things done, but this is one of the strategies widely used and accepted

 

Lost of 110+ Employee Safety Slogans to Inspire Your Workplace Safety

Here is a list of 110+ Employee Safety Slogans that you can use to create a safe workplace environment:

 

S. No.  List of Employee Safety Slogans
1 “A casual attitude toward safety = CASUALTY”
2 “Safety glasses: making foresight 20/20.”
3 “10 fingers. 10 toes. If you are not safe, who knows?”
4 “A hardhat on your head keeps you from being dead.”
5 “A spill, a slip, a hospital trip.”
6 “Accident prevention – Your No. 1 intention”
7 “Accidents do not happen. They are caused.”
8 “Accidents hurt, safety doesn’t.”
9 “Alert today, alive tomorrow.”
10 “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
11 “Be a safety hero: Score an accident zero.”
12 “Be alert. Accidents hurt.”
13 “Be aware. Take care.”
14 “Before you start, be safety smart.”
15 “Better a thousand times careful than once dead.”
16 “Better dead sure than sure dead.”
17 “Better dread than dead.”
18 “Better to be called Mr. Late than to be called Late Mr….”
19 “Better to lose one minute in life than to lose life in a minute.”
20 “Broken tools can be replaced. You can’t.”
21 “Carelessness doesn’t bounce. It shatters.”
22 “Chance takers are accident makers.”
23 “Check yourself before you wreck yourself.”
24 “Crushed hands or missing fingers may affect your golf swing.”
25 “Danger never takes a vacation.”
26 “Die Another Day.”
27 “Do your work with pride. Put safety in every stride.”
28 “Don’t fix the blame, fix the problem.”
29 “Don’t get caught in the web of unsafe acts.”
30 “Don’t get caught with your guard off: it could be disarming.”
31 “Don’t learn safety by accident.”
32 “Don’t leave safe habits at work. Take them home.”
33 “Don’t watch her behind. Keep safety in mind!”
34 “Don’t wreck yourself. Check yourself!”
35 “Duty without safety brings fatality.”
36 “Eyes are priceless, eye protection is cheap.”
37 “Fire catches, so don’t play with matches.”
38 “Fire destruction is one man’s job. Fire prevention is everybody’s job.”
39 “Fire safety goes. Danger grows.”
40 “Flesh and Bone are no match for a grinding stone.”
41 “Forget the nurse with safety first.”
42 “Guard against man eating machines.”
43 “Have another day.”
44 “Have you an eye for safety or are you blinded by bad habits?”
45 “Hearing protection is a sound investment.”
46 “If you don’t think it’s safe, it probably isn’t.”
47 “If you think safety is expensive, try ignorance.”
48 “Ignoring a warning cause a lot of mourning.”
49 “It is easier to replace a saw guard then to replace a finger.”
50 “It’s better to correct an unsafe friend than to bury one.”
51 “Kill fire before it kills you.”
52 “KISS: Keep it Safe and Sound.”
53 “Know safety: No injury. No safety: Know injury.”
54 “Let’s all keep our heads, and other body parts, together.”
55 “Make safety a reality and don’t be a fatality.”
56 “Never give safety a day off.”
57 “Only a fool doesn’t check his electrical tool.”
58 “Organ donor: A person who doesn’t wear his or her helmet.”
59 “Play it safe.”
60 “Precaution is better than cure.”
61 “Prepare and prevent, don’t repair and repent.”
62 “Protect your hands. You need them to pick up your pay check.”
63 “Protect your thoughts and wear your hard hat.”
64 “Put safety into action. The wishbone will never replace the backbone.”
65 “Put your money on safety, it’s a blue-chip investment.”
66 “Risk: is it worth it?”
67 “Safe to do? Ask.”
68 “SAFE: Staying Accident-Free Everywhere.”
69 “Safety awareness saves lives.”
70 “Safety comes before schedule only in the dictionary.”
71 “Safety doesn’t slow the job down but mishaps do.”
72 “Safety First is Safety Always.”
73 “Safety first. Avoid the worst.”
74 “Safety glasses: All in favor say EYE.”
75 “Safety has no time out.”
76 “Safety is a cheap and effective insurance policy.”
77 “Safety is a full time job: don’t make it a part time practice.”
78 “Safety is a race we can all win.”
79 “Safety is a state of mind. Accidents are an absence of mind.”
80 “Safety is as simple as ABC: Always Be Careful.”
81 “Safety is free. Use it generously.”
82 “Safety is great unless you’re LATE.”
83 “Safety is not a gadget but a state of mind.”
84 “Safety isn’t just a slogan. It’s a way of life.”
85 “Safety rules are your best tools.”
86 “Safety starts with S but begins with YOU.”
87 “Safety: a good friend to take home.”
88 “Safety: Do it right. Do it right now.”
89 “Safety: everyone’s full time job.”
90 “Safety: it’s in your hands.”
91 “Shortcuts cut life short.”
92 “Stay safe, someone at home is waiting for you.”
93 “Stop accidents before they stop you.”
94 “Stop! Think! Then Act!”
95 “The chance taker is the accident maker.”
96 “The safest risk is the one you didn’t take.”
97 “There is no safety in numbers, or in anything else.”
98 “Think positive. An accident is only an attitude away.”
99 “Think safety. It couldn’t hurt.”
100 “To learn about eye protection, ask someone who has one.”
101 “Tomorrow: Your reward for working safely today.”
102 “Unsafe acts will keep you in stitches.”
103 “Watch your step. It could be your last.”
104 “We need you. Work safely!”
105 “What you don’t know about Safety could hurt you!”
106 “When you gamble with safety, you bet your life.”
107 “While on a ladder, never step back to admire your work.”
108 “Who can hope to be safe? Who sufficiently cautious? Guard himself as he may, every moment’s an ambush.”
109 “Wishing won’t keep you safe. Safety will.”
110 “Work safely or hurt greatly”
111 “Working safely each day will keep the doctor away.”
112 “Working safely is like breathing. If you don’t, you die.”
113 “Working safely may get old, but so do those who practice it.”
114 “Working without safety is a dead-end job.”
115 “Yes, safety is my business.”
116 “You can eat with false teeth, you can’t see with a glass eye.”
117 “You fall, you call, we haul. That’s all!”
118 “Your good health is your greatest wealth.”
119 “Your wife will spend your 401k; If you get killed at work today.”

 

The Verdict: Why Employee Safety Slogans Matter?

It is always better to be safe than sorry. This should always be the motto of the company and the stakeholders for its employees. Implementing employee safety slogans is a good start, but make sure your employees truly understand the essence of these slogans.

More often than not, these slogans are ignored – or the employees are too conditioned to them because they are exposed to these safety slogans every day – that they put their importance on a back burner.

That shouldn’t be the case.

It is the responsibility of the employer to keep reminding their staff, colleagues and workers of these slogans. And that they are to be followed for the employees’ own physical and emotional safety.



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