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Insurance is one of the most important must-have items for your business. Did you know that when you pay your workers’ compensation premium, you are also paying for safety and health loss-prevention services from your insurance carrier?

Your workers’ compensation insurance carrier must tell you about the loss-prevention services available to your business when your policy is prepared. The services, which include an on-site evaluation, must meet the needs of your workplace.

If you are a self-insured employer (which means you process and pay for acceptable claims under Oregon’s workers’ compensation statutes), you must have a workplace safety and health program that ensures a safe and healthful working environment.

Oregon OSHA’s general administrative rules include requirements for loss prevention services for insurers and self-insured employers.

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      We get many calls and emails from employers asking the same question. It begins: “Which of your rules have requirements for…” You can finish the sentence with words like “recordkeeping,” “employee training,” and “written documents.” To answer those questions, we’ve organized these rules requirements into a filterable, sortable, searchable table.
      English  05/10/2019

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