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Promotional Products that Promote Safety on the Construction Job Site

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    From accident tallies on-display on the construction site, to rapidly growing marketing campaigns like OSHA’s National Fall Prevention Stand-Down and Safety Week, it’s no secret job site safety is of top priority in the construction industry. One key learning I took with me when I received my OSHA certification in fall prevention was that now more than ever businesses in the construction industry need to promote – and facilitate – the importance of safety on the job site for their workers.

    OSHA’s PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) regulations for construction workers requires that they wear specific gear on the site. Why not take advantage of these requirements, while also showing your company’s dedication to job site safety, by branding these items as giveaways for your customers and crew.

    Forget the backhoe squishies and logo pens for your marketing efforts, and invest in branding products that provide value to the recipients you gift them to. Who knows – your promotional products might save someone’s life. Here’s a list of items that can be branded by your business to provide a safer work environment for your customers and crew.

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    jponto07
    Moderator
    Bloomington, IN

    @brandinganna

    I’ve removed your link. We don’t allow advertsing here at BTP. Please see your PMs.

    Jon P.
    Timber Carpentry & Construction
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    #643328
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    when I received my OSHA certification in fall prevention

    What is it you do that you need OSHA cert in fall protection?

    #643379
    r-ice
    Pro
    Durham region, ON

    yah but usually branded squishies and pens are cheap, i don’t know how much i’d trust the lowest bidder on a branded fall protection harness lol

    #643391
    Doobie
    Moderator

    This thread should just be deleted. I don’t think the OP was interested in anything other in joining and posting than for self promotion purposes. There’s nothing to discuss here otherwise. FWIW.

    #643395

    Thank you for your feedback. To answer your question, I received my OSHA certification in addition to my aerial and scissor lift operator training while working at a construction equipment rental company.

    While there is a time and place for less expensive swag, like pens and squishies, as a former marketing manager in the industry, I found that the promotional products that are relatable to the business were limited. In my opinion, I think that this list of protective gear would bring a lot more value to men and women on the job site, fulfilling the requirements while also showing your dedication to a safer workplace.

    I’ve hosted a number of webinars and podcasts with OSHA representatives on the rise of fall-related injuries and deaths in recent years, so I believe investing in keeping your crew safe is more important than ever.

    #643396
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    I received my OSHA certification in addition to my aerial and scissor lift operator training while working at a construction equipment rental company.

    Do you still work there or what do you do now?

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    r-ice
    Pro
    Durham region, ON

    Thank you for your feedback. To answer your question, I received my OSHA certification in addition to my aerial and scissor lift operator training while working at a construction equipment rental company.

    While there is a time and place for less expensive swag, like pens and squishies, as a former marketing manager in the industry, I found that the promotional products that are relatable to the business were limited. In my opinion, I think that this list of protective gear would bring a lot more value to men and women on the job site, fulfilling the requirements while also showing your dedication to a safer workplace.

    I’ve hosted a number of webinars and podcasts with OSHA representatives on the rise of fall-related injuries and deaths in recent years, so I believe investing in keeping your crew safe is more important than ever.

    what protective gear were you thinking, like gloves, glasses, and such like that on the cheaper end of the spectrum?

    #643527

    Exactly! Safety glasses, ear plugs, earmuffs, work gloves, safety vests, etc. All items that workers need and can be branded as well.

    #643607
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    Exactly! Safety glasses,

    I like and use the Wiley X safety glasses.

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