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Safety Break for Oregon is May 10

Why Take a Safety Break?

When workers return home safe to their families at the end of the day, workers’ compensation and insurance costs are reduced, and productivity improves when workers know they are performing in a safe environment. Your community benefits by knowing that you are an employer who values safety.

Your commitment to having a safe workplace is communicated to your workers, their families and your community. The positive perceptions created about the value of workplace safety and health can yield many positive outcomes for future employee recruiting, sales opportunities, and new partnerships within an industry or a region.

Show your commitment to safety by joining companies all over the Oregon here.

Oregon OSHA has many resources available for you to use. Creating safer workplaces does not have to be overwhelming. Visit OROSHA safety break web page.

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