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Oregon OSHA Workshop Materials

Our Goal:

To support Oregon OSHA's strategic goal to help Oregon employers become self-sufficient in developing and maintaining an effective safety and health system, the Public Education section makes the following materials available for download at no cost.

Our Classes:

Each class workbook is the same as that used by our instructors in presenting our popular statewide workshops. The instructor notes will give you added information on presenting the class. We encourage you to attend a workshop before you present it.

Our Materials:

We encourage you to use these class materials to provide introductory-level education and training. Although the workbooks may contain a substantial amount of information, they may not necessarily satisfy all your training needs for a particular subject. For instance: The Hazard Identification and Control class covers general hazard identification and control principles, but does not cover hazards unique to your work environment. Consequently, this, by itself, will not satisfy all the requirements for safety committee training in hazard identification and control as detailed in OAR 437-0765, Safety Committee Rules.

This material is for information purposes only. Its purpose is to inform Oregon employers of best practices in occupational safety and health and general Oregon OSHA compliance requirements. This material is not a substitute for any provision of the Oregon Safety Employment Act or any standards issued by Oregon OSHA.

Workshop Materials available in PDF format only.

Accident Investigation

Bloodborne Pathogens

Confined Space Safety

Ergonomics for Everyone

Excavation Safety

Fall Protection

Forklift Safety

Hazard Communication Program - Aligned with GHS

Hazard Identification and Control

Hearing Conservation Program

Inspections: What to Expect From Oregon OSHA

Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

Lead in Construction

Lockout/Tagout and Machine Safeguarding

OSHA 300 Recordkeeping

Personal Protective Equipment

Portable Ladder Safety

Safety and Health Management Principles

Safety and the Supervisor

Safety Leadership

Safety Meetings and Committees

Safety Training and Your Multicultural Workforce


Slide Guards

Violence Prevention Program

Worker Protection Standard