Oregon OSHA AV Library
A Resource for Promoting Health & Safety in the Workplace
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What is the Oregon OSHA Audiovisual (AV) Library?
The Oregon OSHA AV Library is a service provided by the Department of Consumer & Business Services, Occupation Safety and Health Division (Oregon OSHA) Resource Center. The library currently holds over 1000 titles in videotape, film, slides, and written materials. These materials cover a wide variety of subjects and are available for loan to Oregon employers and workers.
How can the Oregon OSHA AV Library help me?
The Oregon OSHA AV Library provides employers and workers with training materials reflecting the diversity of occupations in Oregon and is geared toward maintaining Oregon's high standards in occupational safety and health. Library materials have been reviewed by Oregon OSHA's technical staff to ensure compliance with federal and state standards.
Who may use the Oregon OSHA AV Library?
The Oregon OSHA AV Library may be used by any employer or worker within the state of Oregon. If you are an employer or worker outside of the State of Oregon, borrowing privileges are available only on grant program videos, subject to the approval of the AV Librarian. An AV catalog is available on request.
Is there a charge?
Borrowers are asked to pay return shipping costs (using traceable carriers or US Post Office-insured) for any materials they borrow. Aside from this, the service is ordinarily free of charge.
How long may I keep materials?
Library materials are due back at the Oregon OSHA AV Library two weeks after the date they are shipped out. Reasonable requests for extended borrowing periods are granted whenever possible, but we must receive your request for an extension before the original due date.
For further information, contact your Oregon OSHA AV Librarian: