Oregon OSHA

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Overview

How do you identify hazards? Consider what could cause the injuries and illnesses your employees could have when they are at work – then determine how to eliminate or control those hazards. Here are six things you can do to get started:

  1. Conduct a baseline hazard survey.
  2. Perform regular workplace inspections.
  3. Do a job-hazard analysis.
  4. Use safety data sheets to identify chemical hazards.
  5. Look for new hazards whenever you change equipment, materials, or work processes.
  6. Investigate incident and accidents to determine root causes.
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