Workplace safety topics and tips
Coronavirus safety and health
Employer resources to help control the virus in the workplace during the current surge in cases due to the delta variant.
Employees are increasingly at risk from wildfires and the smoke they produce.
Serious injuries and fatalities (SIF)
Preventing serious injuries and fatalities requires a different approach.
This training series helps leaders at all levels learn the building blocks that support safety culture and boost employee involvement.
Steering toward total driver safety [PDF]
This handout uses a hierarchy of controls for driver safety that provides suggestions for ways to prevent vehicle-related incidents.
Ergopoint® by Humantech® for office ergonomics assessments
SAIF policyholders can use this resource to evaluate their office workstations to ensure neutral postures.
Smoke from Oregon wildfires can have a major impact on your business and your employees. Here's what you can do to minimize the effects of wildfire smoke.
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COVID-19 vs. wildfire smoke: How to follow opposing safety guidelines
Ventilation guidance to protect people from SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, and wildfire smoke, are completely opposite. Here's what you should know.
How to help your employees be resilient
Employees who feel safe and are mentally well also perform better on the job and are less likely to get physically injured.
COVID-19 safety measures can get us back to business
Keep employees safe and minimize the costs of COVID-19.
Oregon OSHA adopts emergency rule to address wildfire smoke hazards
Another emergency rule adds heat protections for workers in employer-provided housing.
5 easy tips to avoid painful slips, trips, and falls this summer
Slips, trips, and falls are one of the leading causes of injury in Oregon workplaces each year.
Latest updates from Oregon OSHA on heat illness prevention and COVID-19
What employers should know about the new heat exposure rule and updates to COVID-19 requirements.
Oregon OSHA adopts COVID-19 rule
The rule was adopted May 4. Oregon OSHA made some adjustments from the temporary rule, though much of it remains unchanged. Here’s what you need to know.
Building a workplace culture of gratitude
Gratitude helps people feel more positive, improve their health, and deal with adversity.
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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