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Common Safety Slogans

World War II POSTER for the Workplace (1941-1945)

Many of these slogans sound familiar and over the years have been used to focus on SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE. One of the characteristics of a lot of slogans is to incorporate rhyme or acronyms. Also, short slogans are easier to remember than long ones. These slogans are made for a variety of places and situations. Safety rules that urge caution against horseplay are valid for any workplace environment, especially jobs that involve dangerous elements. Slogans such as “Be Aware – Take care” can apply to just about any situation or space.

Some safety slogans include:

  • Safety is as simple as ABC: Always Be Careful
  • Wipe up and avoid a slip up!
  • Be aware--take care
  • To avoid a scene, keep your workplace clean
  • A spill, a slip, a hospital trip
  • In case of injury, remember RICE--rest, ice, compress and elevate
  • Leave horseplay to horses
  • An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
  • Protect your back; use a jack.
  • The chance taker is the accident maker
  • Night doubles traffic troubles
  • 30 Days has September--safety first, please remember !