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August 2015 Resource Newsletter | Mobile version  


In this issue: Safe lifting: A small hospital builds a model program, Administrator?s message: Those who care for us deserve protection, Hit, kicked, beaten, and shoved - Violence in the Oregon healthcare industry, Safety Notes: A production worker was struck by a 50-pound fiberglass tank that blew out of its mold, Meet the ergonomist and safe patient handling expert at HumanFit, LLC.


Proposed rulemaking: Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution  


Public hearings scheduled for August 27, 2015, September 3, 2015, and September 8, 2015.


Prácticas de Seguridad Cuando se Trabaja con Químicos Agrícolas Peligrosos - versión para teléfono celular   Spanish


Ayuda a los trabajadores entender como reducir los peligros de los pesticidas.


Safe practices when working around hazardous agricultural chemicals - mobile version   English


Helps workers understand how to reduce the dangers from pesticides.


Construction Depot Newsletter | July 2015  


In the July issue: Federal OSHAs new silica rule, General contractor responsibilities with hazard communication, Grant applications for innovative training programs, Rule-at-a-glance app Beta testers wanted, and Two new Fact Sheets. The Construction Depot Newsletter covers workplace safety and health topics for the construction industry in Oregon.


Exhibit invitation and application  


Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference


Juniper Award application, nomination deadline August 3, 2015  


Central Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Conference


Workplace safety training grants available  


Starting July 1, Oregon OSHA will accept applications for the development of innovative workplace safety and health training programs. Oregon OSHA encourages unique projects such as mobile apps, videos, or online educational games to engage workers.


Sponsorship opportunities for the Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference  


Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference


Construction Depot Newsletter for June 2015  


In this issue: Construction Q&A: High-visibility apparel, Work zone safety: Slow down, be aware, Beat the heat, The top 5 sources of workplace injuries (infographic), and Newly revised Oregon OSHA Publications.


Public Education Workshops for July-Sept 2015  


Workshop schedule, locations, descriptions, and registration form.


Prevent heat illness for workers in rising temperatures  


Learn the signs of heat exhaustion; take precautions


Prevenga la enfermedad de sus empleados que trabajan a la intemperie en altas temperaturas  


Conozca las señales de agotamiento por el calor; tome precauciones


National Emphasis Program (NEP): Combustible Dust  


National Emphasis Program (NEP): Combustible Dust


Mid-Oregon Construction Safety Summit Sponsorship Opportunities  


Mid-Oregon Construction Safety Summit


Worker Inspection Criteria: Temporary Service Providers and Leasing Companies  


Updated program directive to provide guidance to Oregon OSHA staff when working with temporary service proficers and worker leasing companies.


Inspection and Citation Guidance for Roadway and Highway Work Zones  


Inspection and Citation Guidance for Roadway and Highway Work Zones