Oregon workers’ comp insurance
This guide includes a link to hundreds of resources in our Safety and Health section, our calendar of free trainings, and helpful information about the workers' comp process, like how to report payroll. It's also where you can access Business Online, our secure site where you can check a claim profile, pay your premium, file payroll reports, and more.
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.)
Getting back to work | Learn what resources are available to help your injured worker recover and to return to an appropriate level of work.
Winter is coming. Prepare with these workplace tips
Here are three ways you can prevent slips, trips, and falls during the winter months.
Are you ready for an emergency? What’s holding you back?
From a flat tire to a house fire to a major earthquake or flood, emergencies happen when you least expect them. Will you be ready?
5 ways to make your fall safer [video]
Follow these easy tips to avoid injury while doing common fall activities—or while you’re at work.
Taking ag safety on the road: Free SAIF seminars start Oct. 28
Farm work is a whole lot safer than it used to be. But as far as we’re concerned, even one injury or illness is too many.
Oregon employers to receive $160 million from SAIF
SAIF declares two dividends, one based on premium and one tied to safety performance.
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.
Work safe. Be well. Better manage workers’ comp.
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How’s your safety and health program doing?
For Safe + Sound Week, take time to develop your safety committee and follow these easy steps for an injury-free workplace.
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