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.)
21 ways to boost physical health in 2021
Diet and exercise are important to physical health, along with good habits that include ergonomic workstations, relaxation, stretching, and routine building.
SAIF and CIS (Citycounty Insurance Services) have entered into a group/services agreement
The agreement includes an overarching servicing group, of which CIS staff will provide safety and health and return-to-work services.
How to help remote employees stay engaged
Higher levels of remote work have blurred the definition of business hours. But whether you’re working from home or still in your regular workplace, there are ways to clarify the line between work and home life.
Show small businesses the love this Valentine’s Day
Celebrate the businesses working to keep workers and customers safe.
Introducing HR resources for your business
SAIF offers resources for addressing complicated HR topics through Barran Liebman partnership.
Frequently asked COVID-19 vaccine questions for employers
Here are the most common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine we've received from policyholders.
Time to post your OSHA 300A summary
Our brief on-demand course covers the basics of OSHA reporting, including what injuries to record and which forms to use.
Building a workplace culture of gratitude
Gratitude helps people feel more positive, improve their health, and deal with adversity.
Workers’ Compensation Division informs workers of their rights regarding workplace exposure to COVID-19
Workers have a right to file for workers’ compensation for COVID-19.
10 things to know about: OSHA’s COVID-19 temporary rule
Oregon OSHA has adopted a temporary rule to address the COVID-19 pandemic in all Oregon workplaces.
Meet Donna Mask, our newest flu fighting superhero
As this flu season brings new challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing the spread of one virus by wearing a mask could help reduce the spread of the other.
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