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SAIF releases relaxation videos for the most stressful time of year
Short, calming videos help workers combat stress.
Is your workplace ready for winter hazards?
SAIF offers 7 ways you can act now to prevent slips, trips, and falls later.
SAIF’s free farm safety seminars kick off Oct. 31
Annual seminars visiting 16 cities between now and March.
Boost workplace wellness and fight the flu this season
Colin Sick to save the day.
SAIF recognized as one of nation’s top 10 healthiest workplaces
Oregon company celebrated as 7th healthiest employer in the country.
Krishna Balasubramani appointed to another term on SAIF board of directors
Balasubramani to serve second term on board.
SAIF honors safe TV workplaces with first annual “Safetys”
Awards are an opportunity to educate the public on hazard identification—and have a little fun.
Safety pays—again and again
SAIF will return two dividends to its customers this year: one based on premium alone, and another based on safety performance.
Late summer heat melts worker injury record
SAIF received more heat-related injury claims last month than the last two Augusts combined.
SAIF reminds employers to spurn the burn
Sun safety and skin care key to battling the blaze
AGC/SAIF members rewarded with 30 percent return for safety efforts
AGC/SAIF workers' comp participants to receive $9.8M retro return
Latest culinary pairing: Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Assoc. and SAIF
The partnership aims to reduce worker injuries and provides discounts for eligible ORLA members.
Summer break doesn't have to result in a summer break
Data shows young worker injuries are more common during summer months.
SAIF board of directors elects Jeff Stone as vice chair
Jenny Ulum will continue as board chair.
2017 Comp News: putting safe and healthy habits within reach
Find simple strategies for helping workers achieve their healthy goals—and be safer in the process.
State organizations align on health and safety
SAIF, Oregon OSHA, and the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences at OHSU sign first-ever alliance on Total Worker Health®
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