Oregon workers’ comp insurance
Workers’ comp provides benefits for workers who become injured or sick as a result of their work, and it protects employers from legal action arising from a workplace injury or illness. Learn about payments, payroll reporting, filing a claim, and more.
Coronavirus and payroll reporting | Here's what you need to know about reporting payroll for furloughed workers and others during the coronavirus pandemic.
SAIF for small business | Learn about workers' comp and get the coverage you need. There are lots of ways to buy a policy—including online.
Safety and health site | Videos, safety guides, training tools, and other resources on more than 40 different topics
State agencies and public universities | Classroom trainings specifically designed for our Oregon state partners, including ergo assessor certification. (Registration required.)
Mental health and returning to the workplace: Let’s talk about it
You can encourage a safe transition to the workplace by talking openly about mental health.
Open for business? Here are 6 ways to keep employees and customers safe
Consider these tips to prevent the spread of coronavirus as you reopen your business.
Approved for funding from the coronavirus worker safety fund?
Here are six ways you can use it.
Changes made to excluded payroll due to pandemic
The changes relate to furloughed workers and those on administrative leave.
Injuries while telecommuting: What’s the law?
Here’s what businesses need to know about workers’ compensation and telecommuting.
You can file your claim by phone
Add telephonic filing to the list of convenient ways you can file a claim with SAIF.
How’s your co-worker?
Tips for engaging with your co-workers, team members, and colleagues during this period of social distancing.
We are here to help
Supporting our customers during this time.
Take the worry out of workplace training
Our new SAIF Learning Center offers free on-demand trainings customized for your business needs, including automatic tracking and records management. Sign up today.
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