Safety and health
Workplace safety topics and tips
Recordkeeping is a hot topic at the start of the year; find information on preparing and posting your OSHA 300A log.
Fentanyl and other opioids in the workplace can be dangerous; find out how to keep workers safe.
Our stress and mental well-being in the workplace page has resources that help to create psychological safety, reduce workplace stressors, and address serious issues such as suicide prevention.
Slip, trip and fall prevention is on everyone’s mind with rain, ice, and snow on the way.
Driving in extreme weather is a concern for any business that uses vehicles, whether it’s just 1 or 101.
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12 months of safety tipsJanuary 15, 2024 — We've got a year's worth of resources and training to help you get back to safety basics.
A five-step approach to worker well-beingJanuary 3, 2024 — Worker well-being in 5 easy steps is a process that can help identify the root causes of workplace well-being issues and engage your workers in designing solutions and taking action.
SAIF resources help employers protect workers and respond to opioid-related eventsOctober 2, 2023 — Resources include an online training on preventing work exposure, information for workers at high risk of exposure, and facts on Naloxone.
SAIF’s annual ag safety seminars return for 29th yearSeptember 13, 2023 — Registration has begun for the 2023-24 season, which runs from October to March.
Oregon employers share their safety tipsAugust 16, 2023 — While some jobs are odd, safety is universal.
STOP THE FALL: How to prevent this common workplace injury
Slips, trips, and falls can happen in any workplace—and, unfortunately, they happen often. Follow this three-part strategy to identify common hazards and how to prevent them.