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Oregon OSHA encourages the use of online training, and many of the courses we offer may only be available online.
Employers must ensure all training requirements are met, including any policies, practices, and information that are specific to your workplace.
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Learn the fundamentals of conducting a workplace accident investigation.
This online program is part of the Safety Committee Suite (available in Español), which also includes Safety Meetings and Committees and Hazard Identification.
Completing the three courses that make up the suite satisfies the basic requirements for training safety committee members.
This ATV Safety training program covers all areas of ATV use for agricultural work, including the best and safest practices.
This course is designed to assist you as an employer or manager to meet the requirements of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. Some of the topics we’ll cover are: determining the potential for exposure in your workplace, understanding the essential elements of an OSHA compliant exposure control plan, preventing and mitigating exposures, and administering your exposure control plan. This course includes many helpful videos including “What to Expect during an Oregon OSHA Inspection”. Others demonstrate safety measures like Engineering Controls and Personal Protective Equipment. With this program you also have the option to receive a certificate of completion.
This Confined Spaces training program covers practices intended to protect workers from the hazards of working in a confined space.
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During this program, you will learn about preventing musculoskeletal disorders in the workplace through the identification and control of risk factors.
This course is designed to assist you as an employer or employee to meet the requirements of the Oregon OSHA Fall Protection Standards. Some of the topics we’ll cover are: what is fall protection, fall protection options, equipment inspection and maintenance, and how to get started using fall protection. This course includes many helpful videos including rescue and equipment demonstrations. Upon completing the course, you will have the option to receive a certificate of completion. This is the first course in the fall protection suite.
This interactive training, produced by SAIF Corporation, addresses significant changes in the Hazard Communication Standards. Specifically the adoption of the Globally Harmonized System for labeling and classification. The course is in English, and the attachments are available in English and Spanish languages.
This Hazard Communication training program covers the Oregon OSHA Hazard Communication Rule as it has been aligned with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classification and Categorization of Chemicals.
Learn about the types of workplace hazards, correcting hazards, conducting safety and health inspections, and writing an effective safety inspection report.
This online program is part of the Safety Committee Suite (available in Español), which also includes Safety Meetings and Committees and Accident Investigation.
During this course you will learn how to determine which jobs need a JHA; write an effective safe job procedure; and use the JHA to improve safety programs. Conducting JHAs is required for all companies intending to achieve Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) certification.
During this course you will learn about: the purpose and scope of the lockout/tagout standard; lockout and tagout procedures; training criteria; and periodic inspection criteria.
This PDF course covers the essential elements to properly understanding Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
You will learn about: the various types of portable ladders and safety related work practices for their use; why falls from ladders occur and preventative measures to consider. We will discuss employer responsibility, including training requirements and supervision.
By taking this online Recordkeeping and Reporting course you'll learn about what your business is required to do to be in compliance with the updated Oregon OSHA recording and reporting rules. You'll discover details about the type of workplace incidents which must be reported and/or recorded, and how to complete these duties within the required timeframe. You can watch a demonstration of filling out the required recording logs, and we’ll also look into the concepts surrounding recordkeeping and reporting, helping you to feel confident about the processes involved.
During this course you will learn about: the elements of an effective safety and health management program; best practices; and overcoming obstacles.
Completing the three courses that make up the suite – Safety Meetings and Committees, Accident Investigation, and Hazard Identification – satisfies the basic requirements for training safety committee members.
Learn about the safety committee and meeting requirements for your business, including the number of committee members, how often to meet, and functions to perform as a committee member or while attending a meeting.
This online program is part of the Safety Committee Suite (available in Español), which also includes Accident Investigation and Hazard Identification.
During this course you will learn: how to identify potential silica exposure hazards, how to evaluate them and options for controlling them, including engineering controls, management controls and personal protective equipment.
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During this course you will learn about methods to recognize, evaluate and respond to risk factors related to workplace violence.
This training program covers the whistleblower rights covered in the Oregon Safe Employment Act.
This training, developed by the Oregon Young Employee Safety Coalition, provides young workers with awareness of health and safety at work.
This program is designed to be flexible. It can be completed in approximately 45 minutes and doesn’t have to be finished all at once. This way it can be done in most class periods or at home or work.
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