Answers to commonly asked questions about construction hard hat stickers
Let’s face it – there are many dangers in your work environment. For this reason alone, employers are responsible for keeping their employees safe from dangerous situations. To protect construction workers from serious impacts, falling or flying objects, or electrical shock, OSHA requires employers to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) – such as hard hats to their employees.
When hard hat stickers are applied, it’s important to make sure they’re not covering up any cracks or damage to the shell of the helmet. If the integrity of the hard hat is compromised, workers need to be able to see it right away so they can replace the hard hat.
With the construction industry in full swing, now is the ideal time to understand how to safely apply hard hat sticks and the importance of having them.
With construction hard hat stickers you can reward your workers for safety accomplishments – such as CPR, confined space, and rescue team training. By providing construction workers with construction hard hat stickers, you can also recognize who your employees are and acknowledge their safety training.
Additionally, construction hard hat stickers are ideal for:
Per OSHA, placing adhesive stickers is acceptable if the manufacturer authorizes the alteration or the employer can demonstrate the reliability of the helmet is not affected by the paint or the adhesive on the stickers, and if the paint or placement of stickers would not reduce the ability to identify defects (i.e., use of see-through stickers) or other conditions that would indicate a reduced reliability.
Pressure-sensitive adhesive, non-metallic labels or tape with self-adhesive backing are standard on most of today’s hard hats. However there are common guidelines to follow: Do not use stickers to cover up hard hat damage, and place stickers at least three-quarters of an inch from the helmet's edge.
The commonplace for award stickers are on the side of the hard hat. Company logos are often placed on the front of the hard hat.
Keep your construction workers safe and encouraged to have more safe days with Construction Hard Hat Stickers.
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