ABCs of Construction Site Safety
Identifies 26 workplace safety topics for construction-industry employers. Includes construction-industry rules and summaries of compliance requirements.
Air You Breathe: Oregon OSHA's Respiratory Protection Guide for Agricultural Employers
Describes how to protect employees from agricultural respiratory hazards. Covers basic types of respirators and how to develop an effective respiratory protection program.
Asbestos - Rules of Abatement
Covers what construction employers need to know about asbestos removal and maintenance based on Oregon OSHA's asbestos standard for the construction industry: 1926.1101.
Back Injury Prevention Guide for Health Care Providers
Describes how to prevent back injuries caused by lifting and moving patients; includes evaluation tools and checklists.
Be trained! Your guide to Oregon OSHA's safety and health training requirements
Summarizes Oregon OSHA's training requirements for employers.
Bloodborne pathogens: questions and answers about occupational exposure
Describes Oregon OSHA's requirements for preventing exposure to hepatitis B virus (HBV), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and other bllodborne pathogens, including hepatitis C virus (HCV).
Breathe right! Oregon OSHA's guide to respiratory protection for small-business owners and managers
Describes respiratory hazards and how to protect workers; includes guidelines for developing a respiratory protection program. and a CD with customizable written program materials.
Buy Quiet Posters (NIOSH)
Buy Quiet is an occupational health and safety prevention initiative which encourages companies to purchase or rent quieter machinery when new businesses start or as older machinery is replaced in order to reduce worker exposure to noise. NIOSH has developed material to assist companies and promote the implementation of Buy Quiet programs.
Confined spaces and permit spaces
Explains the requirements in Oregon OSHA's confined spaces rule, 437-002-0146.
Controlling Hazardous Energy
Covers the requirements in Oregon OSHA's standard for hazardous energy control: Subdivision 2/J, 1910.147 (Lockout/tagout).
Cranes and derricks in construction
Covers Oregon OSHA's construction requirements for cranes and derricks. Also hightlights eight common crane accidents, describes why they happen, and includes the requirements that can prevent them from happening.
Cultivate a safe agricultural workplace
Includes smart practices for 39 work-related topics that can help employers achieve a safer workplace.
Easy ergonomics: a practical approach for improving the workplace
Offers a simple, hands-on approach to workplace ergonomics.
Escaleras Portátiles: Como usarlas sin sufrir caídas
Describe las prácticas de seguridad en el uso de escaleras portátiles.Portable Ladders: How to use them so they won't let you downDescribes safe work practices for using portable ladders.
Evaluating Your Computer Workstation
Describes how to evaluate a computer workstation and highlights solutions to ergonomic problems related to computer us.
Covers excavation safe practices and Oregon OSHA's safety requirements for excavation work.
Expecting the unexpected; what to consider in planning for workplace emergencies
Helps employers plan for workplace emergencies. Covers Oregon OSHA's emergency planning requirements, types of emergencies, and how to prepare an emergency plan.
Fall Protection for the Construction Industry
Covers fall protection concepts and Oregon OSHA's fall-protective rules for Oregon construction-industry employers.
Field Guide for Danger Tree Identification and Response
Developed with help from the US Forest Service.
Follow the manufacturer's instructions
Highlights Oregon OSHA rules that require employers to follow manufacturer's instructions.
Foundation of a safe workplace
Describes the fundamentals of an effective safety and health program.
GHS-aligned Hazard Communication Standard guidebook
The essence of hazard communication is knowledge and understanding. We use thousands of chemical products throughout our lives, at home and at work, but most of us would have a hard time telling the difference between safe products and hazardous ones without information and training.
HAZWOPER - A Planning Guide for the Perplexed
Covers the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response standard: 1910.120.
Hearing Protection Quick Guide
Describes basic hearing conservation concepts and covers the elements of a hearing conservation program.
It's not just dust! What you should know about silicosis and crystalline silica
Describes the hazards of crystalline silica, what causes silicosis, and how to prevent it.
Landscaping Profession Information
Covers Oregon OSHA's requirements for landscape contractors.
Lead in construction quick guide
Helps small business owners understand and comply with the requirements of Oregon OSHA?s lead rule for the construction industry, 1926.62.
Machine Safeguarding and the Point of Operation; A Guide for Finding Solutions to Machine Hazards
Focuses on point-of-operation hazards and safeguarding methods; covers equipment found in many Oregon workplaces and current machine-guarding requirments.
Occupational safety for the death care industry
This publication was developed with the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetary Board to emphasize industry hazards, provide recommendations, and highlight related Oregon OSHA standards.
Portable ladders: How to use them so they won't let you down
Describes safe work practices for using portable ladders.
Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training Manual
Describes safe practices and training requirements for operating powered industrial trucks.
PPE hazard assessment for general industry quick guide
Explains how to determine the personal protective equipment employees need to protect themselves.
Preventing Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories
Describes the requirements of Oregon OSHA's standard on exposure to hazardous chemicals in laboratories.
Put it in writing! Your guide to Oregon OSHA's required written materials
Identifies Oregon OSHA's rules that have requirements for written programs.
Rules that have special requirements
We get many calls and emails from employers asking the same question. It begins: "Which of your rules have requirements for..." You can finish the sentence with words like "recordkeeping," "employee training," and "respiratory protection." This guide lists all of those rules and their requirements.
Safety committees and safety meetings quick guide
Describes how to comply with Oregon OSHA's Safety Committees and Safety Meetings rule for general industry and construction employers: 437-001-0765.
Safety committees and safety meetings quick guide - agriculture
Describes how to comply with Oregon OSHA's safety committees and safety meetings requirements for agricultural employers: 437-004-0251.
Supported scaffolds for the construction industry
Describes construction industry best practices for using supported scaffolds and covers requirements for supported scaffolds.
Training for Safe and Effective Logging Techniques
Covers safe practices for logging.
Underground Construction (tunneling)
An overview of Oregon OSHA's requirements for underground construction.
Vehicle safety for small businesses in the construction industry
Covers vehicle safety best practices for small-business owners and their emplyees.
Violence in the workplace: Can it happen here?
Describes workplace violence, its causes, and employers' legal obligations.
Yarding and Loading Handbook
The material in the handbook is intended to reinforce safe practices in a hazardous work environment, based on Oregon OSHA Division 7 Forest Activities safety and health standards, and generations of practical experience in Oregon logging. The main intent is to provide loggers with a readable, easy-to-use resource. (on-line only)
Yarding Logging Safety- Oregon Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation
Covers safety hazards and injury prevention in Oregon logging operations; describes 18 fatalities associated with rigging, landing, maintenance, skidding machinery, helicoper logging and transportation.
Youth Worker guide from F.A.C.E.
Tells the stories of young workers aged 16-24 who were killed on the job in Oregon from 2003 through 2006.