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New Course

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Recordkeeping & Reporting

In this new online course, you'll learn how to follow the recently updated Oregon OSHA rules. We've also included a demonstration of filling out the required recording logs.

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Resource Newsletter

Resource newsletter

Inside the February issue:

Motor vehicle safety - Building an effective driver safey program.

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Construction Depot

Construction Depot

In this issue: Three infographics sum up 2015 workplace fatalities, top 10 construction violations, and those violations ranked by average penalty.

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Latest initial reports of workplace fatalities

2/5/2016 Homicide
2/3/2016 MVA
1/25/2016 Crushed
1/21/2016 MVA

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"A death in the workplace is always a death that comes too soon." ~ Michael Wood, Oregon OSHA Administrator.


Reporting a Fatality

telephone keypad Call (503) 378-3272 or (800) 922-2689 to report overnight hospitalizations, catastrophes, or fatalities.

New employers and small business owners

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Tools of the Trade is a special website just for new employers and small business owners. With a few mouse clicks, you'll learn what you need to know about Oregon OSHA and how to keep your employees safe.

Oregon Small Business Guide to Insurance and Worksite Safety

Oregon small business guide to insurance and worksite safety

The Department of Consumer and Business Services' guide to insurance and worksite safety for small businesses.

Reports and statistics

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Fatality reports and statistics

More reports and statistics

Record keeping Rules, Forms, and information

Working with you

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Office locations

Advisory committees


Interagency agreements

Letters of agreement


SHARP Participants

Voluntary Protection Participants (VPP)

Get business help

Heat-related illness

Are you starting a new business? Have you been in business awhile? Business Xpress, Oregon's one-stop business portal has answeres to all your questions. Business Xpress


What's New

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02/09/16 Fact Sheet: Confined spaces - crawlspaces and attics

02/08/16 Portable ladders: How to use them so they won't let you down

02/08/16 Factsheet: All-terrain vehicles (ATVs)

News Releases

News Releases

01/27/16 PGE wind farm wins safety recognition

01/20/16 Oregon businesses invited to take a 'Safety Break' May 11

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Mobile apps

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Oregon OSHA has mobile and desktop apps.
Safe Lifting Calculator
Ladder Safety

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Appeals process

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Use our online tool for appealing a citation or requesting an extension. For more information about the appeals process, visit the Enforcement section of our website.

Publications - new and revised

Portable ladders: How to use them so they won't let you down

Violence in the workplace: Can it happen where you work?

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Distracted Driving

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Distracted driving is an epidemic in the United States, and its often fatal consequences are a threat to your workers, your business and the public.

The history of workplace safety in Oregon

The history of workplace safety in Oregon

Workplace safety is not just about rules and regulations. Explore the history of workplace safety in Oregon with this timeline slide show.