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This course is designed to provide training about the requirements of the
Safety Committee and Safety Meetings rule.
We will explain the history of why Oregon developed the
Safety Committees and Safety Meetings rule, what the differences are between a committee and meeting, the rule requirements, and the different aspects of the rule for specific industries and divisions.
This course is part of the Safety Committee Suite (Español) of online courses.
This module covers the history of the Safety Committees and Safety Meetings rule and provides an overview of safety committees and safety meetings.
This module explains the requirements found in the Division 1 Safety Committees and Safety Meetings rule, OAR 437-001-0765.
This final module covers specific Safety Committees and Safety Meetings requirements in Divisions 2, 4, and 7, and provides examples of how employers across Oregon implement the rules in their workplaces. The course concludes with a quiz, certificate of completion, additional resources, and an optional survey to provide feedback.
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Safety committees and meetings topic page
Sample form - Safety Committee
Sample form - Safety Meeting
Oregon OSHA Safety Committee Playbook
PowerPoint for instructors
This course has been approved for CEUs.
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