Salem, OR — Oregon OSHA is inviting all employers and workers in the state to help raise awareness and promote “the value of workplace safety and health” by taking part in the agency’s 17th annual Safety Break for Oregon.
Salem, OR — Oregon OSHA is inviting all employers in the state to take part in its 16th annual “Safety Break for Oregon” to help raise awareness and promote “the value of keeping people safe and healthy” on the job.
At the “forklift rodeo” that took place March 11 during the Oregon Governor’s Occupational Safety and Health Conference, cowboy hats were replaced with hard hats, cowboy boots with safety boots, and horses with powered industrial trucks.
The landscaping industry has a new resource to help workers stay safe on the job.
A 28-page publication from Oregon OSHA covers best practices regarding lawn care equipment, ladders, noise exposure, pesticides, personal protective equipment, trenching and more.