Scaffold Incomplete Do Not Use Tag
This Scaffold Incomplete Do Not Use Tag has informational messages to address scaffold compliance procedures and safety concerns. A Scaffold Incomplete Do Not Use Tag is a helpful aid for the protection of the health and safety of personnel, and is not an alternative for required protective actions for eliminating or reducing hazards.
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- Material Thickness
- 4 x 5-1/2” 15 mil Matte Vinyl.
- 3-1/4 x 5-5/8” 15 mil Matte Vinyl.
- Durable 15 mil write on vinyl which is ideal for every day use throughout any facility.
- Outdoor Durability
- 2 - 3 years.
- 4 x 5-1/2” Tag: 7/32" ID Brass Grommet and 6” nylon ties (sold in packages of 5 tags & 5 nylon ties).
- 3-1/4 x 5-5/8” Tags: 3/8" ID Brass Grommet and 6” nylon ties (sold in packages of 5 tags & 5 nylon ties).
- Service Temperature
- 0°F - 150°F.
Scaffold Tagging & Inspection:
The most effective means of communication between the scaffold builder and the scaffold user is a scaffold tag.
The following guidelines will assist you in developing an appropriate tagging system:
- Inspection and tagging of the scaffold is to be performed by a competent worker experienced in the erection of scaffolds.
- A unique scaffold identification tag number must be clearly identified on all tags for tracking purposes.
- All scaffolds shall be inspected after erection as per OSHA requirements.
- All scaffold identification tags will be of solid green, yellow, or red color with black lettering.
- Green Tags will be hung on scaffolds that have been inspected and are safe for use.
- Yellow “CAUTION” tags are used whenever the scaffold has been modified to meet work requirements, and as a result could present a hazard to the user, this tag also informs the user of any fall requirements devices that may be needed.
- Red “DANGER - DO NOT USE” tags will used during erection or dismantling when the scaffold is left unattended and replace all green and yellow tags in the event a scaffold has been deemed unfit for use.