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Worker Protection Standard (WPS)
This recorded webinar features Kaci Buhl from Oregon State University, as she explains the best ways to comply with the new pesticide rules in agriculture.
Getting employees on board for safety - Agriculture
In today's competitive job market, it's imperative that you train and retain quality employees. This session will provide you with best practices and easy-to-use tools to make your onboarding process successful. These resources will help new employees be safe and productive while creating a strong safety culture in the workplace. If your preference is to use a farm labor contractor, we will review ways to ensure that contractor has the knowledge necessary to stay safe at your jobsite.
Fields to freeways: Driving safety on and off the farm
From the moment we leave our house in the morning until the moment we arrive home at the end of the day, many of us spend significant time behind the wheel of vehicles and equipment of all shapes and sizes. We will cover legal requirements, best practices, and risk management principles to ensure we and our coworkers arrive at our destination in one piece, whether they are operating an ATV, UTV, pickup, tractor, combine, or anything in between.
What were you thinking? Mindfulness decisions - Agriculture
Have you ever done something that made people say, "What were you thinking?" Can you recall an in-the-moment choice that affected someone's safety? This session will discuss ways to retrain our brains to make conscious decisions that influence safety, time, money, and resources on your farm.
Chemical safety in agriculture
We all use chemicals, but are we using them safely and complying with OSHA rules? We will review common chemical uses, present best practices, and discuss tips and tools for getting the job done safely. We will also review OSHA rules and recent changes that affect the agriculture industry.
Farm shop safety: Improving your odds
What do poker and farming have in common? Find out as we explore seven common problem areas around the typical farm shop, while learning to prevent injuries and improve safety.
For more information,visit our Agriculture page.
Understanding ATV Stability
ATVs have become useful tools to increase productivity on Oregon farms, but they are powerful and potentially dangerous vehicles. This video demonstrates active riding techniques to improve ATV stability and provides practical safety tips to reduce injuries.
Tractor safety elements
A significant percentage of agricultural injuries and fatalities occur on and around tractors. This video covers the nine important safety elements that Oregon OSHA requires every ag employer to review with their tractor drivers at least annually. Safety issues unique to the equipment and work environment are also discussed.
How to use an orchard ladder safely
Stay safe on orchard ladders by following the tips in this short video.
PPE and your respiratory program (2019-20 ag seminar class)
Choosing the right PPE to use with your farm's respiratory protection program can sometimes be challenging. Dust masks, mist masks, respirators, and proper footwear and clothing, along with respirator fit testing and required training ... all these and more are addressed to provide for a safe and healthy workplace for your farm workers.
Staying on top of your work (2019-20 ag seminar class)
Slips, trips, and falls are some of the leading causes of injuries in the workplace and account for 15 percent of all accidental deaths, second only to motor vehicles. This section covers legal requirements, best practices, and proper equipment selection when working off the ground, and gives you a leg up on keeping yourself safe on ladders, roofs, ledges, and other elevated surfaces.
Analyze this ... ! (2019-20 ag seminar class)
When injuries or near misses happen, are you doing everything you can to investigate the incident and learn from any mistakes that were made? This highly interactive session walks you through the elements of an effective incident analysis. It gives you the skills and knowledge to document relevant details, determine root causes, and develop action plans to ensure an isolated incident in your workplace does not become a pattern.
Workers' comp basics: the life of a claim
Learn about the process from beginning to end, including how and when to file a claim, what's covered, and what programs are available for injured workers and their employers.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion
DEI at SAIF
It takes courage to be inclusive. It takes inclusion to succeed. Meet SAIF’s diversity, equity, and inclusion team and learn about DEI at SAIF.
Me, you, and us
Explore the difference between observation and assumption and how that influences stereotypes and the culture around you.
Discover why we all have biases, why we should pay attention to them, and what we can do to become more aware of our biases.
Learn about the benefits of psychological safety in the work environment.
Safety basics: Hazard identification
Take a journey with us in this recorded webinar as we ask existential safety questions like, "What happens if I push that red button?" But mostly we talk about common types of hazards—how to identify, prioritize, and minimize them while exploring the motivation behind the risk-taking cycle.
Identifying workplace hazards
Finding and fixing hazards takes time and practice. In this interactive, online training, you learn what to look for and which problem areas to tackle first.
Kitchen safety showdown
Chefs compete to see who's got the chops when it comes to restaurant safety. Learn how to avoid common kitchen injuries, including burns and cuts, muscle strains and falls, and hazardous chemicals and equipment.
For more information, visit our Hospitality/Restaurant safety page.
Office Ergonomics: Simple solutions for comfort and safety
Having the right ergonomic equipment helps. But you don't have to spend a fortune. This video series shows how you can make small changes that can have a big impact on your comfort and safety.
OSHA compliance and beyond: A guide for nursing and care facilities
This recorded webinar provides tools administrators can use to ensure they are meeting core Oregon OSHA regulations. Participants learn about the most frequently cited regulations in the health care industry and the resources they can tap into to help them bring their facilities into compliance.
Sun safety game
Test your sun safety knowledge in this interactive game.
Heat illness prevention
Summers are getting hotter and longer. For people working in hot environments, the risks of heat illness are on the rise. This training provides an overview of what you need to know to protect yourself and others from heat illnesses.
For more information, visit our Heat/cold stress safety page.
Preparing for wildfire smoke | Oregon OSHA’s rule on protection from wildfire smoke
Oregon OSHA’s wildfire smoke rule is set to go into effect on July 1, 2022. This webinar provides an overview of rule requirements and resources to help employers protect their workers from smoke exposure, which can lead to long-term health issues.
The heat is on | Oregon OSHA's rule on heat illness prevention
Oregon OSHA’s heat rule, intended to help employers prepare for high-heat events that put workers at risk for heat-related illnesses, went into effect June 15, 2022. Join this webinar for an explanation of rule requirements and resources to ensure that you and your business comply with the new rule.
HR Answers | Recruiting and sourcing
Hear about recruiting and sourcing from Deborah Jeffries, Vice President for HR Answers, Inc.
Recruiting and retention | Employment trends in Oregon
Hear from Guy Tauer of the Oregon Employment Department on employment trends in Oregon.
HR Answers | Hiring and interviewing
Hear about hiring and interviewing from Deborah Jeffries, Vice President for HR Answers, Inc.
HR Answers | Retention
Hear about employee retention from Deborah Jeffries, Vice President for HR Answers, Inc.
Paid Leave Oregon | What you need to know
Hear from Chris Morgan of Barran Liebman LLP Paid Leave Oregon, including eligible employees, what types of leave are covered, and notice requirements.
This eLearning module describes how our brain works so leaders can consider solutions with full, nonjudgmental attention.
The variable costs of Mod Rates
Mod Rates from a safety perspective are a very important number. Everyone who has workers' comp insurance has one. It's important to understand what it represents, how it works, and how it effects the cost of your insurance.
How to use a chainsaw safely
From sizing up the job to preventing kickback, this video covers the basics of chainsaw safety both on and off the job.
For more information, go to: Logging safety
Overview of premium audit
This recorded webinar provides the foundation that SAIF uses to build and operate its premium audit program. It ties back to the specific Oregon laws and administrative rules on the requirements an insurer must meet, including what policies we audit, what we need to include in an audit, how our regulator insures we are following the rules, and the rights a policyholder has to dispute results.
Hot topics in premium audit
This recorded webinar discusses questions many agents receive, including vacation, paid time off, verifiable time records, and how these relate to audits, per Oregon law.
Premium audit subjectivity: subcontractors
In this recorded webinar we review Oregon law and case law on the subjectivity of workers, using a flowchart to assist with what can be a complicated analysis.
Recording a workplace injury
How to record a work-related injury or illness
In this interactive training, you'll learn about requirements for recording workplace injuries and illnesses, including how to complete the OSHA 300 log and 300A summary.
Oregon OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting (OSHA 300 log)
Wondering about the requirements for the 300 log and summary? Unsure if the electronic reporting requirements apply to your business? This training covers how to determine Oregon OSHA recordability, posting, and reporting requirements. The requirements for submitting electronic injury and data are also discussed.
Safety committees and safety meetings: What you need to know and how to get started
As an Oregon employer, you are required to have a safety committee or hold regular safety meetings. We'll walk you through the steps to find out which one is right for your business.
Safety basics: Implementing safety committees and safety meetings
Need help understanding safety committees and meetings? In this recorded webinar, we discuss the Oregon OSHA requirements, the structure of safety meetings vs. safety committees, and strategies for running each effectively.
Safety for supervisors
This recorded webinar helps supervisors understand their leadership role in safety. By using a model for safe operating, you can help your staff identify areas of opportunity so that together, safety can be improved.
5 to stay alive: Assembling an emergency response kit
Gathering the supplies you'll need in an emergency doesn't have to be complicated. Start with these five essentials-for work, home, car, and school-then expand on your kits as time allows.
Serious injuries and fatalities
Slips, trips, and falls
Slips, trips, and falls: Practical prevention strategies
This recorded webinar focuses on practical strategies and tactics for preventing same-level slip, trip, and fall injuries. Examples of successful prevention initiatives by employers are highlighted.
Belt buckle rule
Avoid over reaching with this quick ladder safety tip.
Strengthen and lengthen
Learn seven simple exercises to improve core strength and muscle tone and reduce your risk of injury. It only takes a few minutes before work or during breaks.
Feel like you need a break? These short, peaceful videos give you the serenity you need in only about a minute. Just sit back, click, and relax.
Total Worker Health®
Mapping your Total Worker Health® journey
This interactive eLearning module breaks down the steps for integrating health and safety at your organization. Watch success stories and practice the process for yourself.
Mapping your Total Worker Health® journey handout
Total Worker Health®
Including better overall health in your safety plan is the best way to have zero workplace injuries. This integrated safety approach is called Total Worker Health®. Covering topics such as stress, fatigue, nutrition, physical activity, hydration, and tobacco, this training module provides numerous ideas for how to improve the safety and health of your workers.
Trucking safety best practices
This comprehensive series is designed to prevent the most common injuries to truckers. The segments include helpful instructions on strap tossing, flatbed tarping, driving in hazardous weather, and proper stretching both at home and on the road.
3 is key: Safe entry and exit
This short video includes best practices for safely entering and exiting large vehicles.
Young workers, old school training
This interactive, online training discusses risk factors unique to young workers, and how to best communicate with them.
Life on mute: hearing loss
Great examples of how hearing loss impacts lives both at work and at home.
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Tense rendezvous (1:02)
Inaudible entertainment (:56)
4 things young workers can do to stay safe at a new job