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ABCs of Construction Site Safety English
ABCs of Construction Site Safety
Central Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference
In the May issue: Scissor lift safety: preventing tip overs, Fall protection: Inspect your full-body harness in four easy steps (infographic), New oxygen fuel gas rule, effective May 1, now applies to general industry and construction employers, Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences to host temporary worker symposium, Construction Q&A: Can I use bungee cords to secure equipment?
Key safety and health requirements for working with compressed gases, including safe handling and use, cylinder storage, and cylinder inspection.
This guide is based on the requirements in Oregon OSHA's standard for hazardous energy control - Subdivision 2/J, 1910.147, which protects employees who could be injured as a result of the unexpected release of hazardous energy. The requirements apply when an employee doing service or maintenance work on a machine or equipment could be injured by the unexpected start-up or release of hazardous energy. Lockout and tagout are the primary methods of controlling hazardous energy.
Salem, La Pine teams also earn prizes
In this issue: Keep the site clean, Falls in the Oregon construction industry infographic, Know the trigger heights, Q& A about construction elevators, April is National Safe Digging Month, Workers' Memorial Day, and Safety Break.
Workers Memorial Day to be observed with Salem ceremony
ConAgra Foods safety expert to share success strategies
A pocket-sized card that oultines the reporting requirements for 2016.
Blue Mountain Occupational Safety & Health Conference