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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.
The latest crime-fighting weapon: Warrior pose?
How the Bend PD is using yoga and mindfulness to help officers be safer, healthier, and better able to manage stress.
2018 calendar: Building a better—and safer—Oregon
From high school students in Forest Grove to high-wire utility workers in La Grande, meet the Oregonians who are answering construction’s call.
Don't let winter slip up on you
Take steps now to prevent cold-weather injuries.
Be safe. Be seen.
In our latest video, SAIF employees bust out some funky moves to help you stay alive when stepping out at night.
SAIF’s free ag safety and health workshops return in November
The annual employer trainings will be held in 16 cities from October to March, including nine in Spanish.
New rules for walking-working surfaces take effect Nov. 1, 2017
Changes cover a wide range of workers and include portable ladders, training, dock boards, fall protection, and more.
Colin Sick to save the day
Feeling ill? Follow the advice of our newest flu fighter and stay home to avoid infecting others.
School: 5 to stay alive
We all want our kids to be safe at school. Start with these five emergency essentials, then find fun ways to get kids involved in making a plan.
Work: 5 to stay alive
If an emergency happens while you’re at work, will you be prepared? Start with these five emergency essentials, then learn more about how to make a plan.
Car: 5 to stay alive
Whether you’re facing winter weather or a flat tire, being prepared helps. Start with these five emergency essentials, then learn more about staying safe on the road.
Home: 5 to stay alive
Bad stuff happens. Being prepared helps. Start with these five emergency essentials, then learn more about how to build your kit and make a plan.
Dress to burn less
Learn the facts about skin cancer. It might save your life.
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.
For more, see the safety and health guide news archive