New fatality report and upcoming rigging/signaling course

OR-FACE has published Fatality Investigation Report, "Crane operator killed by falling steel beam."  A 40-year old crane operator was killed when a clamp holding the top  of the 35-foot, 5600 lb...

How’s that video coming along?

Less than ten days remain for Oregon high school students to create and submit their 90 second video entry for the Oregon Young Employee Safety Coalition's annual "Work Safe. Save a Friend"...

OR-FACE report used in SAIF Ag Seminars

  There’s a new face in the 2015-2016 SAIF Agricultural Safety Seminar series. Kevin White, executive director of the Oregon Future Farmers of America Foundation, co-taught the...

Be careful mixing medications and work

So there I was, shivering under the covers, my feverish body aching from some mysterious illness, anticipating the early Monday morning alarm that would signal the new workweek. The medication I had...

Oregon FACE helps with OSHA 10 for high schoolers

OR-FACE taught machine guarding in an OSHA 10 general industry class for another group of students in Community Experience for Career Education (CE)2 . The (CE)2 program is led by Learning...

2015: Best of our blog

As 2015 winds down, we share our thanks to you - our faithful readers. Oregon and the Workplace continues to be an effective way for us to share news about our work, our partners, and workplace...

Occupational Health Sciences Reports to MLAC

The Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences provides reports to Oregon's Management Labor Advisory Committee (MLAC) due to it's base funding from the Workers' Compensation System. Dr. Steven...

Thankful for those who contribute to a safer community

Saw Shop owners distribute OR-FACE safety manual John and Debbie Phipps and their son Nick have owned State Street Saw Shop in Salem, Oregon, for nearly nine years. They have been distributing...

Talking about OHSU lab safety

We offer our thanks to OHSU's Environmental Health and Radiation Safety team for sponsoring last week's Lab Safety Fair. The event, which took place inside Richard Jones Hall, was a terrific...

Safety and craft brewing

Craft brewers have found great success in Oregon, boasting 234 brewing facilities in 72 cities, and employing over 7400 workers. In addition to providing jobs, these companies have donated...