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Like cultivating a crop, cultivating a safe workplace requires commitment and knowing what to do. Oregon OSHA’s most violated agriculture rules include: toilet and hand washing facilities for hand labor work, living areas and site requirements for agricultural labor housing, no safety committees or safety meetings, and no written hazard communication program.
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Small Agricultural Employer
Federal OSHA's Campaign to Prevent Heat Illness in Outdoor Workers
Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries Agriculture information
Washington State's Hop Dust and Respiratory Disease Fact Sheet
Infectious Disease Advisory Committee
Temporary Rule and Appendix Addressing COVID-19 Workplace Risks(AO 3-2020, November 6, 2020 & AO 4-2020 December 11, 2020)
Clarifying the Relationship between Temporary COVID-19 Rulemaking and other ongoing rulemaking activities.Spanish -
Aclarando la relación entre la reglamentación temporal sobre el COVID-19 y otras actividades en curso de reglamentación.
Temporary rule addressing the COVID-19 emergency in employer-provided housing, labor-intensive agricultural operations, and agricultural transportation was set to expire on October 24, 2020. On October 23, 2020 Governor Brown issued an Executive Order (20-58) extending the requirements of employer-provided housing (Section 2) of the Temporary Rule. Labor-intensive agricultural operation (Section 1) and agricultural transportation (Section 3) of the temporary rule expired on October 24, 2020 and are no longer in effect.
Field Sanitation for Agricultural Hand Labor
Quick guide to safety committees and safety meetings for agriculture employers
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