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Is Your Company Prepared for the Summer Heat?

Many people are exposed to heat on the job, outdoors, or in hot indoor environments. Operations involving high air temperatures, radiant heat sources, high humidity, direct physical contact with hot

Mandatory Requirements for Army Corps Projects

Army Corps of Engineers Project Requirement EM385-1-1 24 Hour Fall Protection Competent Person This 24-hour course includes in-class training, physical demonstrations, and practical hands-on activities on how to properly select,

AGC/SAIF Members Earn $2.5 M Retro Return

AGC/SAIF Members Earn $2.5 M Retro Return The Associated General Contractors Oregon-Columbia Chapter (AGC) and SAIF Corporation announced today a $2,519,233 retrospective return for the 665 companies who participated in

OROSHA New Portable Ladders Guide

We take portable ladders for granted because they’re so easy to use; they are often the first tool we choose when working at elevation. This approach is known as “Ladders

11 Finalists Named in Safety Video Contest

Eleven finalists have been named—and their videos featured on YouTube—in an annual contest inviting high school students to create videos to raise awareness about workplace safety with the message “Speak

Register for the GOSH Conference

2015 Oregon GOSH Conference Coming to Portland Registration opens for largest safety and health event in Northwest Registration is open for the Oregon Governor’s Occupational Safety and Health (GOSH) Conference,

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