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Plain language can describe almost any concept clearly – except Oregon OSHA’s jurisdiction. It’s complicated, and the devil is buried in the details. In fact, it’s easier to explain the kinds of employers that do not fall under Oregon OSHA’s jurisdiction. They include:
In addition, Oregon does not have jurisdiction over most maritime operations adjacent to navigable waters, commercial diving activities originating from an object afloat, construction activities on floating vessels in navigable waters, the U.S. Postal Service, U.S. military installations, and tribal and Indian-owned enterprises.
Delve into the details in Oregon OSHA’s Program Directive A-231: Jurisdiction: independent contractors, limited liability corporations (LLCs), partnerships, corporate officers, and corporate family farms.
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