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Training

Rules

Div 1, General Admin

437-001-0800 through 437-001-0810 Occupational Safety and Health Grant Program

Div 2, General Industry, Sub J

General Environmental Controls

Div 2, General Industry, Sub R

Special Industries (includes Electrical Power, Grain Handling Facilities, Ornamental Tree & Shrub Services, Pulp--Paper & Paperboard Mills, Sawmills, Telecommunications)

Div 3, Construction, Sub V

Power Transmission and Distribution

Div 4, Agriculture, Sub K

Medical/First Aid

Div 7, Forest Activities, Sub C

Planning, First Aid and Work Conditions


Interpretations | Program Directives | Alerts

Interpretations

Train the Trainer 7/24/13

Train Workers in a Manner They Understand 5/4/10

HazWoper: Training Levels for Firefighters 9/1/09

Forklift operator refresher training and evaluation program for truck drivers. 3/8/07

Forklift Operator Certification (Revised 12/26/2006) 12/26/06

Comparing prussik knots to mechanical grab devices 7/5/02

Refresher Training 7/23/01

First aid & CPR retraining intervals 6/23/99

Operations of Cranes 12/16/94

Tree Top CPR 6/8/92


Program Directives

First Aid And CPR Training For Forest Activities Workers 8/25/05

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response: Post-Emergency Response Operations 10/10/12


 

Publications | Education | Related | Video

Publications

CPR trained 8/4/06

Be trained! Your guide to Oregon OSHA's safety and health training requirements 7/28/09

Rules that have special requirements 3/15/10

Warning labels and stickers 7/31/06


Education and training

Online Courses / Current Workshops

All Class Materials

Training Class Materials

Safety Training and Your Multicultural Workforce Workbook


PESO: Bilingual training for employers with Hispanic workers


Tools and resources

What's wrong with this picture


Video/DVD Library

Look for Training videos on our Resource Center Website

Streaming or download video

Safe vs. Unsafe - Video


Related information

Oregon OSHA Public Education

Oregon OSHA's answers to Fire Department questions on occupational safety and health requirements