Personal protective equipment publications
Be trained! Your guide to Oregon OSHA's safety and health training requirements
Summarizes Oregon OSHA's training requirements for employers.
Datos rápidos para trabajadores sobre equipo individual
Quick facts for employees about personal protective equipment
Datos rápidos para trabajadores sobre equipo individualEl equipo de protección individual le protege de peligros laborales tales como químicos, electricidad, humos, objetos filosos, y ruido. El equipo de protección individual usualmente es conocido como EPI.
Quick facts for employees about personal equipment
Personal protective equipment protects you from hazards in your workplace such as chemicals, electricity, fumes, sharp objects, and noise. Personal protective equipment is usually called PPE.
Fact Sheet: Fall protection trigger heights for the construction industry
Provides fall protection trigger heights for construction related work.
Fact Sheet: High-visibility safety apparel
Offers guidelines for those who work in streets or highway right-of-ways and are exposed to traffic or construction equipment.
Fact Sheet: Isocyanates
Intended for small business owners and their employees, this fact sheet describes what isocyanates are, why they're extreme health hazards, and how employees can protect themselves.
Fact Sheet: Personal protective equipment
Details when employers must provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for workers, with an example of a hazard assessment, and descriptions of appropriate PPE for various tasks.
Fact Sheet: Personal protective equipment - who pays?
This fact sheet will acquaint you with the details of Oregon's PPE rule and answer most questions about when and how PPE is paid for. With few exceptions, employers must pay for all personal protective equipment (PPE).
Fact Sheet: PPE requirements for agriculture
Effective January 1, 2013, the personal protective equipment (PPE) standards have new requirements for agricultural employers. This fact sheet outlines Oregon OSHA's PPE requirements in Division 2/I, including examples of hazards with the appropriate PPE.
Fact Sheet: PPE Selection Matrix for Occupational Exposure to Ebola Virus
Federal OSHA's guidance for common exposure scenarios
Fact Sheet: Wood dust
Describes health and safety hazards of wood dust
Forest Activities News
An occasional newsletter from Oregon OSHA covering topics of interest to logging and forest activities employers.
Form and document samples
Hearing Protection Quick Guide
Describes basic hearing conservation concepts and covers the elements of a hearing conservation program.
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.
Pesticide Use and Your Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Revised March 2014
This publication helps employers and employees understand the requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE) that are listed on pesticide product labels. It gives general advice about best practices for cleaning, maintaining, and storing PPE along with guidelines for choosing the most effective PPE from head to toe.
PPE hazard assessment quick guide
Explains what a PPE hazard assessment is, when your employees should use PPE, and how to do a PPE hazard assessment.
Prácticas de Seguridad Cuando se Trabaja con Químicos Agrícolas Peligrosos
Prácticas de Seguridad Cuando se Trabaja con Químicos Agrícolas Peligrosos - versión para teléfono celular
Ayuda a los trabajadores entender como reducir los peligros de los pesticidas.
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Safe practices when working around hazardous agricultural chemicals
Covers safe practices for employees who do hand-labor work. Available in other languages; call the Oregon OSHA Resource Center for information.
Safe practices when working around hazardous agricultural chemicals - mobile version
Helps workers understand how to reduce the dangers from pesticides.
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