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Meeting for safety

If you’re an employer in Oregon, your business must have a safety committee or hold safety meetings, unless you’re the sole owner or the only employee of a corporation.

General industry and construction industry employers. The best way to determine if you should have a safety committee or hold safety meetings is to read our Quick guide to safety committees and safety meetings. It covers our safety committee/safety meeting rule — 437-001-0765 — and the most important things you need to know about setting up safety committees or safety meetings.

Agricultural employers. Follow our rule for safety committees and safety meetings in agriculture, 437-004-0251, Safety committees and safety meetings.

Forest activities employers. Follow our rule for safety meetings in forest activities, 437-007-0130, Employee Involvement.

Learn more about safety committees and safety meetings: See our Safety committees and safety meetings webpage.






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