Click a class title below for details and online registration. For webinars, instructions to access the live online training will be included in the registration confirmation email. Even though it's an online class, space is limited, so registration is required. And be sure to check our list of trainings around Oregon for what's available in your area.
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Young workers, old school training
This interactive, online training discusses risk factors unique to young workers, and how to best communicate with them.
Duration: 13 minutes
How to record a work-related injury or illness
In this interactive training, you'll learn about requirements for recording workplace injuries and illnesses, including how to complete the OSHA 300 log and 300A summary.
Duration: 9 minutes
Workers' comp basics: the life of a claim
Learn about the process from beginning to end, including how and when to file a claim, what's covered, and what programs are available for injured workers and their employers.
Duration: 13 minutes
OSHA compliance and beyond: A guide for nursing and care facilities
This recorded webinar provides tools administrators can use to ensure they are meeting core Oregon OSHA regulations. Participants learn about the most frequently cited regulations in the health care industry and the resources they can tap into to help them bring their facilities into compliance.
Duration: 58 minutes
Safety for supervisors
This recorded webinar will help supervisors understand their leadership role in safety. By utilizing a model for safe operating you can help your staff identify areas of opportunity so together safety can be improved.
Duration: 47 minutes
Slips, trips, and falls: Practical prevention strategies
This recorded webinar focuses on practical strategies and tactics for preventing same-level slip, trip, and fall injuries. Examples of employers' successful prevention initiatives are highlighted.
Duration: 51 minutes
Overview of premium audit
The objective of this recorded webinar is to give the foundation that SAIF uses to build and operate its premium audit program. The training ties back to the specific Oregon laws and administrative rules on the requirements an insurer must meet, including what policies we audit, what we need to include in an audit, how our regulator insures we are following the rules, and the rights a policyholder has to dispute results.
Duration: 48 minutes
Premium audit subjectivity: subcontractors
In this recorded webinar we review Oregon law and case law on the subjectivity of workers, using a flowchart to assist with what can be a complicated analysis.
Duration: 40 minutes
Safety basics: Implementing safety committees and safety meetings
Need help understanding safety committees and meetings? In this recorded webinar, we discuss the Oregon OSHA requirements, the structure of safety meetings vs. safety committees, and strategies for running each effectively.
Duration: 50 minutes
Safety basics: Hazard identification
Do you enjoy "What if?" scenarios? Are you the kind of person who likes to know all potential outcomes before taking that next step? Not everyone does, but there is some value in forethought-especially when it comes to safety. Take a journey with us as we ask existential safety questions like "What happens if I push that red button?" But mostly we'll also talk about common types of hazards-how to identify, prioritize, and minimize them while exploring the motivation behind the risk-taking cycle.
Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Time: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Safety basics: Accident analysis
In the wake of an incident, it's crucial that you take action, because getting to the root of the problem is a key step in prevention. Join us as we employ SAIF's A-C-T-I-O-N form to effectively identify and minimize hazards after an accident or near miss. During this resource-driven training, we work through the anatomy of effective incident analysis, and ask all of the questions that dig deep to the root causes. Who should attend? You, your supervisors, and any employee who has an interest in the safety of their work environment (that means anyone and everyone!).
Date: Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Time: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
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