In order to maintain scaffolding safety, it is important to attach tags to the scaffold that clearly showcase whether it is currently safe for use or not. A scaffolding Inspection Tag is a plastic tag that is easy to attach to your Scaffolding to ensure your Scaffolding is regularly inspected.
Scaffolding is having ID numbers and has the ability to record inspection dates and signatures by safety staff. Scaffolding Tags easily attach directly onto Scaffolding with cable ties. Prevent accidents or harm to users in the workplace by keeping up with regular Scaffolding inspections using Scaffolding inspection tags.
The writable surface of the tags resists dirt, grease, and moisture. There are 3 color tags used in scaffolding green, red and yellow.
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Green Scaffolding Tags
Green scaffolding tags indicate that a section of scaffolding has been inspected and certified as completely safe to use.
Yellow Scaffolding Tags
Yellow scaffolding tags are usually marked CAUTION. These tags identify a piece of scaffolding or a scaffolding structure as not meeting every safety requirement. It may also mean that a worker should seek approval from a supervisor or foreman before using the scaffolding.
Red Scaffolding Tags
Red scaffolding tags are usually marked STOP. They mark a piece of scaffolding or a scaffolding structure as unsafe. Workers should not, under any circumstances, attempt to climb this scaffold and use it as a support structure, because there are safety issues or some other problem that means that it should not be used by anyone.