Super-cali-OSHA-listic-expi-ali-docious: A Safety Song

In 1964, Mary Poppins hit the theaters, and the word Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious was born. To commemorate it’s return to theaters, let’s have some fun with Pryor’s rendition of Super-cali-OSHA-listic-expi-ali-docious!


♫ When noise is loud, and all you hear is danger all around,
Then drop those decibels, and safety soon shall re-abound.


Look! We need to fix a pipe in deep and dark small places.
What’s OSHA say? Consult the rules about small confined spaces.




Tall ladders are a part of work! Do fall protection training!
‘Cause falling down upon the ground is dangerous and draining.


Read standards for beryllium, for lead, benzene, and dust.
Protecting workers all around must be a daily must!




What shall we wear to build this bridge? The dress code shall inform.
All those who enter on this site: look sharp! Or be forlorn!


Construction workers everywhere: prepare, protect, and monitor!
Report events, track incidents, protect your colleagues: him and her!


Even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious.


Say “safety first” and make sure folks aren’t overly precocious!
Super-cali-OSHA-listic-expi-ali-docious! ♫