Safety committees publications
Be trained! Your guide to Oregon OSHA's safety and health training requirements
Summarizes Oregon OSHA's training requirements for employers.
Datos rápidos para trabajadores sobre comités de seguridad y reuniones de seguridad para trabajadores agrícolas
Quick facts for employees about safety committees and safety meetings for agriculture workers
Comités de seguridad y reuniones de seguridad para trabajadores agrícolas
Lo que trabajadores del campo necesitan saber sobre los comités de seguridad y las reuniones de seguridad.
Safety committees and safety meetings for agriculture workers
What agriculture workers need to know about safety committees and safety meetings.
Fact Sheet: Safety committees and safety meetings - agriculture
Summarizes the key requirements for Oregon OSHA's new safety committee/safety meeting rule for agricultural employers - 437-004-0251. The rule is effective Jan. 1, 2011.
Fact Sheet: Safety committees and safety meetings - general industry/construction
This fact sheet summarizes the safety committees and safety meetings rule and helps the employer determine if they need to have a safety committee or if they can hold safety meetings. It also reviews the basic requirements of both safety committees and safety meetings.
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Foundation of a safe workplace
Describes the fundamentals of an effective safety and health program.
Safety committees and safety meetings quick guide
Describes how to comply with Oregon OSHA's Safety Committees and Safety Meetings rule for general industry and construction employers: 437-001-0765.
Safety committees and safety meetings quick guide - agriculture
Describes how to comply with Oregon OSHA's safety committees and safety meetings requirements for agricultural employers: 437-004-0251.
Sticker: Safety committee
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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