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May 11, 2022
Celebrate Safety and Health at Your Workplace
Join worksites across Oregon and honor safety leaders, hold a training, or get a conversation started about safety and health.
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Add your business to the list of
Safety Break participants or read Oregon businesses' testimonials.
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Get the logo and sample awards for your use. See some ideas and creative ways to get everyone involved.
Get some tools!
Read the what, when, and why of Safety Break, and find out the history of this important safety and health event.
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Share how your worksite is participating on social media and tag Oregon OSHA on
LinkedIn with #SafetyBreak.
Add your name to our list of participants for a chance to win prizes
provided by Oregon SHARP Alliance.
Those who participate in Safety Break are expected to follow the appropriate guidance and rules related to COVID-19 in the workplace.
Learn about Oregon OSHA’s workplace guidance and resources related to COVID-19.
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