What's New or recently revised
Central Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Conference
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.
Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference
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.
Workshop schedule, locations, descriptions, and registration form.
Learn the signs of heat exhaustion; take precautions
Conozca las seņales de agotamiento por el calor; tome precauciones
National Emphasis Program (NEP): Combustible Dust
Mid-Oregon Construction Safety Summit
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
In this issue: Safety in the zone: How a tragedy changed a workplace, Administrator?s message: The key to our success, Tips for preventing backover accidents, Safety Notes: An experienced flagger is struck in the head, Meet the safety manager at Fortis Construction, Inc.
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.