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Hauler Safety Outreach

Solid waste collection workers are receiving the same safety resources from SWANA at Hauler Safety Outreach events across North America. These efforts are meant to provide valuable safety materials to the haulers who visit facilities every day who face serious risk of injury and fatality. Collecting waste and recyclables is the 5th most dangerous job in the United States and is very hazardous in other countries as well.

The SWANA Safety Pledge

I pledge to help everyone get home safe every single day. I will consider worker, customer, and public safety in every decision that I make.

My ultimate mission is to serve the community safely for myself, my company, and those who depend on me. If I cannot do it safely, then I will not do it at all.

Take the SWANA Safety Pledge to show your commitment to protecting yourself and others from harm every day

Enter your Name
Enter your Organization's name
Enter your State/Province
Enter your email

These People Have Signed the SWANA Safety Pledge

Name Organization State/Province
Delmar Frisbie Adair County Landfill iowa
James Profitt Montgomery County Ohio
Marc Morgan City of Lebanon - Solid Waste New Hampshire
Maggie Warren SWANA Pacific Safety Ambassador BC
David Vartian City of University Park Texas
Laura Routh CRLCSWA Iowa
Robert Bartee WCA Texas
Dennis Batts Fairfax County Solid Waste Management Program Virginia
Tony MacFarlane SWANA MD

Hauler Safety Outreach Materials

Download and customize these PDF documents to supplement your mission to serve the community safely. Materials include:

  • 8.5×11" Editable One-Pager
  • 5 to Stay Alive Safety Tips for Waste Collection Employees mini poster
  • Editable Certificate of Recognition
  • SWANA’s Pledge to Get Home Safe mini poster

Interested in becoming a Safety Sponsor?

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For more information, email swanamarketing@swana.org.

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