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Recordkeeping and Reporting Rules Memo  


On March 18, 2015 Oregon OSHA adopted changes to the recordkeeping and reporting rules in response to federal OSHA?s September 18, 2014, final rule. Oregon?s rule will not go into effect until January 1, 2016. The recordkeeping and reporting requirements are now separate rules. This memo provides policy guidance related to these rule changes.


Public Education Workshops for April-June 2015  


Workshop schedules, locations, descriptions, and registration form.


Portland to host regional safety leaders  


Region X VPPPA Conference to feature 'Black Hawk Down' survivor
Improving safety culture and performance is the focus of the Northwest Safety and Health Summit Conference, scheduled for May 12-14, 2015, at the Red Lion Hotel on the River - Jantzen Beach in Portland.


Finalists named in high school safety video contest  


Eleven videos featured on YouTube


Construction Depot Newsletter  


In the March 2015 issue: Using liquid ballast in off-road tires, Personal fall arrest systems - responding to emergencies, Construction Q& A: Cranes and trenches, and Rule updates.


Oregon announces 2014 workplace deaths  


Number of deaths continues recent trend


Award nomination form - Outstanding Safety & Health Program  


Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference


Award nomination form - Safety Comittee  


Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference


Award nomination form - Lifesaving  


Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference


Award nomination form - Business Leader Who Gets It  


Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference


Safety leaders to be honored at Oregon GOSH Conference  


Businesses and individuals to receive awards for excellence


Oregon OSHA cites Portland bakery for willful safety violations  


The citation was the result of an inspection on Oct. 7, 2014, at the Portland commercial bakery.


Oregon OSHA cites Woodburn company for willful safety violations  


Oregon OSHA cited the business $70,000 - the legal maximum - for the willful violation.


Fact sheet: Flexible cords and cables for general industry  


Covers Oregon OSHA's general industry requirements for flexible cords and cables


Roseburg food distributor earns safety recognition  


Harbor Wholesale Foods in Roseburg is the latest employer to be welcomed into Oregon OSHA's Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP).


Forest Activities News volume 2   English


In this issue: Introducing the Forest Activities Advisory Committee, Oregon State, Northwest Forest Worker Center receive training grants, FAQ: Leg protection and slash cuts, Logging accidents reported to Oregon OSHA in 2014, OR-FACE offers resources for the logging industry, Oregon OSHA adopts exemption to 437-007-0780 (Protective Structures for Operators) and proposes changes to recordkeeping and reporting requirements


February 2015 Resource newsletter | Mobile version  


In this issue: Disguised danger: Construction company puts new confined space rule into practice, Administrator's message: The challenge of outdated exposure limits, A quick guide to Oregon OSHA's confined space rule, Safety Notes: A laborer is caught in a mixing machine, Meet the general manager of Cascade Shoring, LLC


Registration program for the Northwest Safety & Health Summit  


May 12-14, 2015, Red Lion Hotel on the River, Jantzen Beach, Portland, Oregon