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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
Adopted September 9, 2022
Adjusted Rules Addressing the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency in All Workplaces
Advisory Memo: Changes to enforcement of Employer-Provided Labor Housing rule, April 1, 2022Spanish
Proposed June 29, 2022
Adjusted Rules Addressing the COVID-19 Workplace Requirements for Employer-Provided Labor Housing
Supplemental Employer-Provided Labor Housing Inspection ChecklistJuly 2, 2021
Field Sanitation for Agricultural Hand Labor
Quick guide to safety committees and safety meetings for agriculture employers
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