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Agricultural worker housing rules - Important information

Key facts for those who provide housing for seasonal farm workers.


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Asbestos Exposures - What Building Owners Need to Know

Covers Oregon OSHA's asbestos standards for general industry, 1910.1001, and construction, 1926.1101. Also includes information about asbestos surveys, labels and signs, and awareness training.


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Aspectos Básicos del Lugar de Trabajo: Información no complicada para empleadores y empleados

Describe los derechos y las obligaciones de los empleadores y empleados para lograr un lugar de trabajo seguro y saludable.

Workplace 101: Uncomplicated information for employers and employees from Oregon OSHA
This brochure outlines employees rights and responsibilities to ensure a safe, healthful place to work. It also gives a brief description of employers responsibilities as well as contact information for helpful Oregon OSHA services.


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Audio Visual Library New Arrivals

Check out the latest video additions to the AV Library!


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Consigue un Empleo, Trabaja de Manera Segura

Gastando tu cheque de pago es mas divertido que perdiendo tu tiempo en una sala de emergencia. Publicación desarrollada por Seguridad para Trabajadores Jóvenes de Oregon O[yes].

Get a Job, Work Safe
Spending your paycheck is more fun than spending time in the emergency room. Developed by Oregon Young Employee Safety O[yes].


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Construction Ergonomics - Protect Your Back and Your Future

Musculoskeletal disorders are the leading cause of time-loss injuries for construction workers. This pamphlet offers tips you can implement today to protect yourself and your workers from costly soft tissue injuries, specific to the back.


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Construction Ergonomics - Protect Your Shoulders and Your Neck and Your Future

Musculoskeletal disorders are the leading cause of time-loss injuries for construction workers. This pamphlet offers tips you can implement today to protect yourself and your workers from costly soft tissue injuries, specific to the shoulders and neck.


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Construction Ergonomics: Protect Your Knees and Your Future

Musculoskeletal disorders are the leading cause of time-loss injuries for construction workers. This pamphlet offers tips you can implement today to protect yourself and your workers from costly soft tissue injuries, specifically knee injuries.


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Consultation Services

A flyer describing consultation services provided by Oregon OSHA


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Fall Protection: Options for specialty contractors

This short guide describes solutions to fall-protection problems that tradespeople such as electricians, drywall installers, and glaziers face every day. The guide emphasizes the importance of planning, supervision, and training; it includes options for protecting employees who work on roofs, in attics, and on established floors.


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Fall Protection: Options for specialty contractors - Russian language

This short guide describes solutions to fall-protection problems that tradespeople such as electricians, drywall installers, and glaziers face every day. The guide emphasizes the importance of planning, supervision, and training; it includes options for protecting employees who work on roofs, in attics, and on established floors.


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Fall Protection: Safe practices for setting and bracing wood trusses and rafters

Describes how to eliminate or minimize fall hazards for workers who set and brace wood trusses and rafters.


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Fall Protection: Safe practices for setting and bracing wood trusses and rafters (Russian)

Describes how to eliminate or minimize fall hazards for workers who set and brace wood trusses and rafters.


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Fall Protection: Safe practices for setting floor joists, sheathing/decking, and constructing exterior walls

Describes how to eliminate or minimize fall hazards for workers set floor joists, do sheathing/decking work, and construct exterior walls.


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Get A Job, Work Safe

Spending your paycheck is more fun than spending time in the emergency room. Publication developed by Oregon young employee safety O[yes].


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Heat safety: Water. Rest. Shade. The work can't get done without them.

Describes heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and important ways of preventing heat illness.


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Law Enforcement Agencies Policy Development Guidelines

These policy recommendations are primarily for law enforcement agencies to help them meet the requirements of the law. Fire departments, parole and probation agencies, corrections institutions, and other public safety organizations may also benefit from these guidelines.


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Lead & Lead Poisoning

This brochure builds awareness of the hazards of lead, where it can be found, who is likely to be exposed to it, what it does in your body, and what you can do to prevent accidental exposure to lead.


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Nail salons: How to be safe at work

Did you know that there are about 14,500 certified nail technicians working in Oregon? This rapidly growing profession provides services such as manicures, applying artificial nails, and pedicures. Many technicians may not know that prolonged exposure to chemicals in nail polish, polish removers, and nail hardeners can harm them if they don't use them properly.
* Winner of Portland Metro Chapter PRSA 2008 Award of Excellence *


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Nail salons: How to be safe at work, Vietnamese language

Did you know that there are about 14,500 certified nail technicians working in Oregon? This rapidly growing profession provides services such as manicures, applying artificial nails, and pedicures. Many technicians may not know that prolonged exposure to chemicals in nail polish, polish removers, and nail hardeners can harm them if they don't use them properly.


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Overhead line safety act

This publication covers common safety issues related to overhead lines


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Pesticide Use and Your Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Revised March 2014

This publication helps employers and employees understand the requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE) that are listed on pesticide product labels. It gives general advice about best practices for cleaning, maintaining, and storing PPE along with guidelines for choosing the most effective PPE from head to toe.


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Pesticide Worker Protection Standard Reference Guide

Describes what employers must do to comply with the Worker Protection Standard.


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Plomo y Envenenamiento por el Plomo

Cubre donde se puede hallar el plomo en lugares de trabajo, quienes son los que se pueden exponer, como afecta al cuerpo, y como prevenir exposición accidental.

Lead and Lead Poisoning
Covers where lead can be found in the workplace, who is likely to be exposed, what it does to the body, and how to prevent accidental exposure.


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Protección Contra Caídas: Opciones para contratistas especializados

Describe soluciones a los problemas en la protección contra caídas a las cuales se enfrentan diariamente profesionistas tal como electricistas, instaladores de tabla roca, y vidrieros.

Fall Protection: Options for specialty contractors
Describes solutions to fall-protection problems that trades people such as electricians, drywall installers, and glaziers face every day.


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Protección Contra Caídas: Prácticas seguras para instalación de vigas en el piso, trabajos de revestimiento de cubiertas y construcción de paredes exteriores

Describe como eliminar o reducir los peligros de caídas para trabajadores que instalan vigas en el piso, hacen trabajos de revestimiento de cubiertas y construcción de paredes exteriores.

Fall Protection: Safe practices for setting floor joists, sheathing/decking, and constructing exterior walls
Describes how to eliminate or minimize fall hazards for workers who set floor joists, do sheathing/decking work, and construct exterior walls.


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Protección Contra Caídas: Prácticas Seguras para Instalar y Reforzar Armaduras de Cubierta y Cabios de Madera

Describe como puede eliminar o reducir los peligros de las caídas para trabajadores que instalan y reforzan armaduras de cubierta y cabios de madera.

Fall Protection: Safe practices for setting and bracing wood trusses and rafters
Describes how to eliminate or minimize fall hazards for workers who set and brace wood trusses and rafters.


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Resource Center: Your one-stop source for workplace safety and health information


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Safe practices when working around hazardous agricultural chemicals

Covers safe practices for employees who do hand-labor work. Available in other languages; call the Oregon OSHA Resource Center for information.


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Seguridad en el trabajo para menores

Cubre los derechos de los trabajadores menores de edad, las responsabilidades del empleador; incluye consejos para trabajadores jóvenes.

Safety at work for young workers
Covers the young workers' rights and employer's responsibilities; includes workplace safety tips for young workers.


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Seguridad sobre el calor: Agua. Sombra. Descansos. Sin ellos no se puede trabajar.

Seguridad sobre el calor: Agua. Sombra. Descansos. Sin ellos no se puede trabajar.


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Tips for safely employing young workers

Most injuries to young workers occur within the first 12 months of employment. This publication, produced by SAIF Corporation, gives steps you can take to minimize the risks for injury.


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Understanding, recognizing, and solving ergonomic hazards in long-term care: a hands-on training for safety committees

Oregon OSHA is now providing a unique training opportunity for safety committees to help you reduce exposure to strains and sprains.


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Voluntary Protection Program

An overview of the VPP Program and how it can benefit your company.


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Workplace 101: Uncomplicated information for employers and employees from Oregon OSHA

This brochure outlines employees rights and responsibilities to ensure a safe, healthful place to work. It also gives a brief description of employers responsibilities as well as contact information for helpful Oregon OSHA services.


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You've got your whole life ahead of you...
Safety at work for young workers

Covers the young workers' rights and employers' responsibilities; includes workplace safety tips for young workers.


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Youth @ Work - Talking Safety High School Curriculum

Talking Safety is a free, interactive curriculum that teaches teens on-the-job safety and health. In addition, we'll come on site and show you how to use the curriculum.


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¿Qué es PESO?

PESO es un programa bilingüe para ayudar a empleadores a reducir lesiones el trabajo.

What is PESO?
PESO is a bilingual program to help employers reduce workplace injuries.