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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.
Farm shop safety: Improving your odds
Learn about seven common problem areas around the shop and what you can do to improve safety for you and your employees.
Dress to burn less
Learn the facts about skin cancer. It might save your life.
Stand up to falls
During National Safety Month, learn three simple things you can do to prevent the most common workplace injuries: slips, trips, and falls.
Recharge to be in charge
During National Safety Month, learn how a good night’s sleep can be your best defense against workplace injuries.
Prepare for active shooters
During National Safety Month, make a plan to respond to workplace violence.
Don’t just sit there
During National Safety Month, find ergo tips for working comfortably and safely wherever you are.
Confused about safety committees and safety meetings? You’re not alone.
Our quick online training will walk you through the steps to find out what you need to know and how to get started.
Walking into a workers’ comp claim?
Employer wellness programs are an important strategy in injury prevention, but some activities could be compensable.
Think you have a hard time getting enough exercise? Try being strapped behind the wheel all day. Find out how one Oregon transit company invested its SAIF dividend in wellness and logged enough steps to walk around the world—twice.
Sneak more steps into your work day
No time for a long walk or workout? Try one of these quick energy boosters.
State organizations align on health and safety
SAIF, Oregon OSHA, and an OHSU team sign first-ever alliance on Total Worker Health®
2017 Comp News: putting safe and healthy habits within reach
Find simple strategies for helping workers achieve their healthy goals—and be safer in the process.
How safe is your home office?
Find five tips for telecommuting safely.
Spring forward safely on March 12
Let daylight saving time serve as a reminder to check your tire and shoe tread for safety.
Time to post your OSHA 300A summary
Our brief on-demand course covers the basics of OSHA reporting, including what injuries to record and which forms to use.
Brrrraving cold weather
Plan ahead to prevent cold-related injuries and illnesses.
New fall protection standards for construction
The changes apply to minimum trigger height and the use of slide guards.
Icy sidewalk? “Walk like a penguin” [video]
Walking like a penguin reduces slips, trips, and falls.
Resolutions that really work
Making promises is easy. Keeping them is hard. Here are nine ways you can help employees achieve their healthy goals in 2017—and be safer in the process.
Be a workplace flu fighter
Meet our germ-fighting dream team and follow four simple rules for staying well this season.
SAIF’s free ag safety and health workshops return in November
The annual employer trainings will be held in 16 cities from November to March, including nine in Spanish.
For more, see the safety and health guide news archive