Workplace safety topics and tips
Coronavirus safety and health
Learn ways to keep workers and workplaces safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
As this flu season brings new challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic, learn how reducing the spread of one virus could help reduce the spread of the other.
Stay safe in your home office
Refer to these resources for staying safe in your home office.
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.
Driver safety program checklist [PDF]
A handy checklist to evaluate your driver safety program that includes training, vehicle selection and maintenance, and organization-level policies and programs.
Ergopoint® by Humantech® for office ergonomics assessments
SAIF policyholders can use this resource to evaluate their office workstations to ensure neutral postures.
Building a workplace culture of gratitude
Gratitude helps people feel more positive, improve their health, and deal with adversity.
Second round of ag safety webinars begins Jan. 19
SAIF’s annual trainings will again be only online in January, February, and March.
10 things to know about OSHA’s COVID-19 temporary rule
Oregon OSHA has adopted a temporary rule to address the COVID-19 pandemic in all Oregon workplaces.
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.
Annual ag seminars will begin as online webinars
Like candy corn, SAIF’s farm safety trainings return every October. This year, though, will be a little different.
Your workers may need help with pandemic stress | Let’s talk about it
As we enter the fall, your employees are likely experiencing some degree of stress as a result of the pandemic. Here are some tips on how to support them.
How to avoid heat stress for masked workers
Continue to follow a heat stress prevention plan, with a few new considerations for the pandemic.
Don’t forget existing hazards
Follow these tips for identifying and fixing workplace hazards that have always been a threat.
Mental health and returning to the workplace: Let’s talk about it
You can encourage a safe transition to the workplace by talking openly about mental health.
Open for business? Here are 6 ways to keep employees and customers safe
Consider these tips to prevent the spread of coronavirus as you reopen your business.
Approved for funding from the coronavirus worker safety fund?
Here are six ways you can use it.
For more, see the safety and health guide news archive