OR-OSHA Offers One-Stop 'Tools of the Trade' Site

By visiting the website, employers can easily find out how to meet their obligations for training, safety committees, safety meetings, postings, and injury recording.

Visitors to Oregon OSHA's Tools of the Trade website will find it has a lot to offer. Linked from the left column of the homepage are mandatory posters in English and Spanish, along with the state regulation that requires postings of all types; lists of frequently cited rules at small businesses in agriculture, construction, manufacturing, and forestry; and much more.

The Oregon OSHA Tools of the Trade website has a lot to offer. The Meeting for Safety box links to information for employers who are required to establish safety committees or hold safety meetings –- which is pretty much every employer in the state. (Sole owners and companies where the owner is the sole employee are exceptions.)

There is also a Training for Safety page to help employers ensure their training meets state requirements, as well as a Staying Informed link that leads to the OR-OSHA newsletter, an RSS feed, and the what's new section of its main website.

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