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Oregon OSHA is launching a new website in the coming weeks. You will need to update your bookmarks.
The new website is designed to work well on mobile devices and increase accessibility for people with disabilities.


public education

Oregon OSHA Public Education classes provide information on occupational safety and health requirements in Oregon. The team introduce the values of safety and health management to those responsible for occupational safety and health in their workplace.

Oregon OSHA’s online public education courses no longer require registration and we are no longer managing student accounts, as we are moving away from a learning management system (LMS).  It is now up to the student or employer to manage the student's training records and keep the certificate of completion at the end of each course.

Please contact Stacy in the Public Education section with any questions at stacy.m.cooke@oregon.gov or (503) 947-7443

Online courses:

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Online courses

No registration required



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Classroom workshops

Registration and
Business account management

Printable schedule and information

April - June workshop schedule

July - September workshop schedule

Calendar of events

Host facilities


Related information:

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Young Worker Program

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Trainer resources:

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Education Workshops Materials

PESO - Training Materials in Spanish

A-Z Topic Index


More safety training


Continuing Education Hours:

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Information overview

Credit classes *

* It is the student’s responsibility to submit their certificates to their licensing agent to obtain continuing education credits. Please check the licensing agent web sites before completing Oregon OSHA classes as some credits may have changed.



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Training and Education Grants

Oregon OSHA does not charge for workshops, online courses, or on-site education. These services are funded in part by Oregon employer workers’ compensation premium assessments and are provided to assist Oregon employers that want to more effectively manage their company's safety and health program.