Slogans for Camping Safety
- Do not invite a bear to your picnic. You probably taste better than you think.
- It's easier to put out a campfire than it is to outrun a forest fire.
- To you, it's a watering hole; to wildlife, it's a toilet bowl. Treat, heat, or filter all drinking water.
Slogans for Driving Safety
- f u txt n drV u may nt cum hom aliv
- Chances are the tree was there first. Steer clear.
- Designated driver = helpful. Designated drunk = not so much.
Slogans for Fire Safety
- It's not just a "bad cook" alarm. Change your smoke detector batteries twice a year.
- Your house isn't a corn maze. Have a plan in case of fire.
- If the doorknob is hot, open it not.
Safety Slogans for Cooking
- 'Snot nice to sneeze on food.
- Cook food, not yourself - use a mitt.
- Despite what you think, Salmonella isn't an Italian lounge singer.
Slogans for Weather Safety
- Tornados suck.
- An icy slip can break a hip.
- Lightning may not strike the same place twice, but it only has to strike your place once.
Slogans for Workplace Safety
- All in favor of safety glasses say "Eye."
- The Shocking Truth: Electricity Kills
- There's a fine line between "safe" and "sorry." Don't cross it.
There are plenty of other funny safety slogans available from various sources online. Check out these funny options:
- Workplace Safety Tips offers a selection of humorous slogans, suitable for printing and posting on the job.
- Billed as The Unofficial Guide to OSHA, OSHAX.org has posted a number of funny slogans that get to the point succinctly and sometimes sardonically.
- Safety Risk dot Net features some of the funniest safety slogans online, but warns that some of them draw attention by actually being anti-safety.
Safety Is Serious Business
While it's great to laugh about almost anything, including safety, it's important to remember that being and staying safe is serious business. The value of using humor to approach a serious subject like safety is that it lightens the mood, creates comradery and seems less threatening than a bunch of rules and regulations.
Always keep in mind that the goal is to avoid accident or injury, not just get a laugh. Use funny slogans sparingly. This strengthens their impact and gives everyone time to soak up the message.