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Inside the August issue:

Find out how to reduce risks to electrical hazards in your workplace.

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Construction Depot

Construction Depot

  • How to dig your own grave
  • Using ladders last
  • Tool-box toppics: Power-actuated tools
  • Trigger-heights: When to protect your workers from falling
  • Public hearing on confined space standard: Aug. 25

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Fatalities

Latest initial reports of workplace fatalities

9/10/2014 The employee was attending a customer sponsored golf tournament on behalf of DSU when he suffered a heart attack. The employee was transferred to hospital where they were unable to revive him.
9/02/2014 Heart attack.
9/02/2014 The employee climbed some wall forms and then climbed a tower crane and jumped 150 feet. Appears to be a suicide.

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"A death in the workplace is always a death that comes too soon." ~ Michael Wood, Oregon OSHA Administrator.

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Oregon Small Business Guide to Insurance and Worksite Safety
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The history of workplace safety in Oregon
The history of workplace safety in Oregon
Workplace safety is not just about rules and regulations. Explore the history of workplace safety in Oregon with this timeline slide show.


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