- Prevent injuries
- Be a leader
- Accident and incident analysis
- Employee policy
- Hazard identification
- Reporting and recordkeeping
- Safety committees
- Supervisors guide
- Safety and health talks
- Integrating health and safety
- Chemical and other health hazards
- Promote health
- Plan for emergencies
- Industry-specific topics
- Supervise young workers
- Video library
- SAIF posters and forms
- Training calendar
Reporting and recordkeeping
Some health and safety rules require written documents, such as plans, procedures, and programs. Browse these resources to learn more about what is required.
Visit the Oregon OSHA website to learn more about safety recordkeeping and other regulatory requirements. Start here:
This online training includes an overview or reporting and recording workplace injuries as well as instructions for completing the OSHA 300 log and 300A summary.
Duration 9 minutes | Watch now
Oregon OSHA's recordkeeping rule - what employers need to know
This fact sheet provides an overview of the impacts of the recordkeeping rule that went into effect in May 2017.
What to expect from an Oregon OSHA compliance inspection [PDF]
A brief outline of your rights and obligations including the reports and records OR-OSHA will request to see.
What to do following a severe or fatal workplace injury
Seek immediate medical attention and follow these simple steps.
Notices and posters you are required to display at each worksite [BOLI]
Posting requirements for employers [PDF]