Workplace safety topics and tips
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Wildfire smoke and your health (Oregon Health Authority) [PDF]
This handout includes strategies for limiting exposure to wildfire smoke along with several frequently asked questions on the topic.
Opioid deaths in construction: Hazard alert and toolbox talk (Center for Construction Research and Training)
Overdose deaths are on the rise, and the construction industry has been hit particularly hard. These resources raise awareness and offer tools to combat the crisis.
Reporting and recordkeeping
This page will help you complete, report, and post your OSHA log. This fact sheet has an overview of the new online reporting requirements. Don't forget online training, including this interactive training and a live webinar on January 18th.
ACTION form [PDF]
A step-by-step approach to accident analysis.
Effective hazard recognition and control [PDF]
This comprehensive guide is designed to help employers conduct workplace inspections, identify hazards, and improve safety.
Online training opportunities
Both on demand and a live webinar schedule are included.
Slips, trips, and falls booklet [PDF]
How to identify and correct workplace hazards, with case studies, Q&A, and assessment checklist.
Small entity compliance guide for the respirable crystalline silica standard for construction (OSHA)
This guide assists small businesses protecting their workers from respirable crystalline silica in construction while providing an overview of the silica standard.
Set a good example during flu season
Don’t let the flu take your whole team down. Stay home if you’re sick, and follow these tips.
Free ag safety seminars are back this month
Annual seminars will visit 16 cities between now and March.
Pedestrian deaths are on the rise. Here’s one reason why.
Whether you’re on foot or behind the wheel, cell phones pose a dangerous distraction. Learn the rules of the road for safe walking.
4 simple steps that could save your life in an emergency evacuation
In the event of a wildfire, earthquake, tsunami, or other disaster, you may have only minutes to evacuate from work or home. Here are four things you can do right now to be better prepared.
How to work safely in the heat
As temperatures climb, keep three things in mind: Water. Rest. Shade.
Crave-worthy wellness posters: Collect all six
Finally! A cure for boring bulletin boards and breakrooms
What do you work for?
SAIF’s new ad campaign celebrates the reasons people work
Three things every teen should know before starting a summer job
Limited experience and lack of training put young workers at higher risk for being hurt on the job. These simple tips can help keep them safe.
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.
When ignoring work calls could save your life
Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of worker fatalities. Setting clear expectations about distracted driving and cell phone use can help.
Work safe. Be well. Better manage workers’ comp.
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Hurt on the job...at home? 6 tips for home office safety
Learn the facts about telecommuting and workers' comp.
Kitchen safety showdown
In SAIF’s sizzling new video series, chefs compete to see who’s got the chops when it comes to avoiding common kitchen hazards, including cuts and burns, strains and falls, and chemicals and equipment.
Colin Sick to save the day
Feeling ill? Follow the advice of our newest flu fighter and stay home to avoid infecting others.
For more, see the safety and health guide news archive