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Locking hooks
D ring
three point stance
forklift cage
manlifts
ladders
fall hazards
Lanyards
Anchorage point
Aerial Device
harness
Fall Protection

Fall Protection - Safety Awareness Month Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Always keep at least _____ points of contact with a ladder. three
Proper ladder setup will help _________ slips and falls whether at home or work. prevent
Fall protection is required when working at or above how many feet per OSHA six
Personal fall arrest systems must bring an employee to a complete what? stop
The leading cause of death for construction employees falls
What you do with equipment that has been involved in a fall? replace
Railings designed to minimize fall risk at a work site where there is high fall risk. guardrails
When climbing a ladder, always face it and grip the rungs, not the _______. siderails
Use a tool ____ when climbing instead of carrying tools in your hand. belt
If the arresting forces of the lanyard alone can cause injury you must use these shockabsorbers
Needs to be inspected daily equipment
Make sure you know the _____ limits of the ladder you are using. weight
Don't stand higher than the _____ rung from the top of a ladder. third
If the weather turns bad when you are climbing, _______ immediately. descend
Place the base of a ladder on a firm_____ surface. solid
Never use a _____ ladder. damaged
Portable ladders need to be positioned to the side rails and extend at least _______feet above the landing. three
Lanyards must be? secured
What type of person should inspect equipment annually? competent
Instead of leaning or ________, repositioning the ladder closer to the work you are doing. overreaching
Use only ladders that comply with what standards? OSHA
In the event of a fall, what distributes the fall arrest force over the pelvis, thighs, waist and shoulders? harness
Don't _____ off a ladder. jump

Fall Protection Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

harness
lifeline
inspection
safety
prepare
training
restraint
equipment
hooks
rescue
fall arrest
body belt
anchorage
certificate
plan
competent
procedures
standards
connecting
components
lanyards
shock absorber
fall restrict
rails
fall protection
spotter
three metres
hazards
swing fall
carabiners
snap hooks
self retracting
adjustable
maintenance
tagout
sling
emergency
csa standand
adjusting
sop
gns rules
buddy system
ppe
swp
voicecards
conditions
supervisor
employee

Safety Week Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Lock Out Tag Out
Gloves
Safety Glasses
Ear Plugs
Cardboard
Ladders
Raw Materials
Forklifts
Handle Slugs
Strapping
Heavy Lifting
Pedestrians
Burns
Electrical Shock
Falling Hazards
Housekeeping
Tripping Hazards

SAFETY CROSSWORD

Type
Crossword
Description

YOU USE THESE TO REACH HIGH PLACES LADDERS
PPE STANDS FOR PERSONAL PROTECTIVE _______ EQUIPMENT
WE CAN PREVENT SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS BY MAINTAINING GOOD _________ HOUSEKEEPING
REPORTING UNSAFE ACTS AND UNSAFE CONDITIONS CAN OFTEN HELP PREVENT _________ ACCIDENTS
DURING AN EMERGENCY YOU SHOULD USE THE EXIT _______ TO YOU CLOSEST
IT IS EASY TO REMEMBER HOW TO USE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER IF YOU REMEMBER THE WORD ________ PASS
DO NOT _____ FIRE ESCAPE PASSAGEWAYS OR FIRE EXTINGUISHERS BLOCK
SPILLED LIQUIDS CREATE _____ AND NEED TO BE CLEANED UP IMMEDIATELY HAZARDS
THE BEST TIME TO PREPARE FOR AN _____ IS BEFORE IT HAPPENS EMERGENCY
IF A SKID OR PALLET EXTENDS INTO A PASSAGEWAY PUT ONE OF THESE ON IT SO PEOPLE WON'T TRIP ORANGE CONE
FORK LIFT INSPECTIONS NEED TO BE DONE? DAILY
WHEN USING A FORK LIFT USE THIS TO WARN OTHERS OF YOUR APPROACH HORN
TAKING ______ IS AN UNSAFE ACT THAT CAN CAUSE AN INJURY SHORTCUTS
GUARDS NEED TO BE IN PLACE WHEN _____ ARE RUNNING MACHINES
MAINTAIN _____ POINT CONTACT WHEN CLIMBING A LADDER THREE
IT IS OUR ________ TO WORK SAFELY AND REPORT HAZARDS RESPONSIBILITY

Scaffolding Wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

cantilever
sleeve
brace
measure
spirit-level
spanner
fall-arrest
harness
lanyard
puncheon
birdcage
tower
independent
gate
ladder
board
tube
transom
ledger
standard

Ladder Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Place the base of a ladder on a firm, ______ surface solid
Proper ladder setup will help ____ slips and falls whether at work or home. prevent
A ladder shouldn't be used as a ___ or scaffold. bridge
Always keep at least three points of ___ with a ladder. contact
When climbing a ladder, always face it and grip the rungs, not the ____. siderails
Inspect a ladder before and after a job- don't use a ____ or unsafe ladder. damaged
Don't stand higher than the ____ rung from the top of a ladder. third
Make sure you know the ___ limits of a ladder you're using. weight
Don't ___ off a ladder. jump
Instead of leaning or ___, reposition a ladder closer to the work you are doing. overreaching
Check the area you will be working in for hazards, such as ___ or objects in the walkway. cords
If the weather turns bad when you are on a ladder, ___ immediately. descend
Never lean a ladder against a window pane or other ___ surfaces. unstable
Use a tool ___ instead of carrying tools in hand. belt

Fall Protection Awareness Month Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

guardrails
precautions
harness
equipment
ladders
carabiners
restraint systems
safety net
warning line
controlled access zones
positioning device systems
fall protection
personal fall arrest systems
walkways
ramps
holes
excavations
elevated heights
acceleration
shock absorbing lanyard

Fall Protection Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An area designated and clearly marked to protect employees is a ___________ zone. Controlled
An employer must provide these around every elevated platform, floor etc.... Guardrails
Body belt/harness systems, lifelines and lanyards are known as Fall __________ Systems. Arrest
For wooden ladders, a uniform _________ spacing shall be not more than 12" Step
OSHA requires that fall protection be provided at elevations of ________ feet in industry workplaces Six
OSHA requires fall protection to be provided at elevations of ________ feet in construction. Four
The _________ for scaffolds should be sound, rigid, and capable of carrying the max load. Anchorage
_________ must set up work place to prevent employees from falling. Employers
Only _________ persons shall operate an aerial lift. Trained
_________ are the most common causes of serious work related injuries. Falls
What is a device on a man loft to cut off the power to the motor and apply the brake? ______ switch. Limit
All 12"x12" openings must have _________ covers or guards. Perimeters

Workplace Safety Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Bloodborne Pathogens
Chemicals
Earplugs
Forklift
Gloves
Hazard Communication
Inspections
Microfiber Cloths
OSHA
Safety Data Sheets
Safety Glasses
Safety Training
Slip Trips Falls
Start Up
Voluntary Dust Mask

Basic Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Safety Data Sheet SDS
Waste material from welding operations Slag
A chip or fragment of rock or soil that has broken off from the main mass. Spall
Waste material resulting from cutting using a thermal process Dross
A short section of rope or strap, one end of which is attached to a worker's safety harness and the other to a strong anchor point above the work area Lanyard
Work done near a hazard but not actually in contact with it.. Proximity
A person who, by possession of a recognized degree, certificate, or professional standing, or by extensive knowledge, training, and experience, has demonstrated the ability to solve or prevent problems relating to a certain subject, work or project. Qualifiedperson
A person who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in the surroundings or working conditions which are unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to employees, and who has authoritization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them. Competentperson
The culture created when the qwhole company sees the value of a safe work environment Safetyculture
Ground Fault Circuit Interruptor GFCI
A system that safeguards workers from hazardous energy while they work with machines or equipment lockout/tagout
This part of electricity is the part that kills Amperage
Fine-grained, co-hesive: clay, hardpan, and caliche. Particles to small to see with the naked eye TypeASoil
Use this to carry tools from elevation to another instead of carrying them up an extension ladder Handline
A physical state that is different from the acceptable, normal, or correct condition found on the job site. unsafecondition