Oregon Free Printable Job Safety Law Posters Oregon Safety & Health Poster Poster Required

The Safety & Health Poster is a job safety law poster by the Oregon Bureau Of Labor and Industry. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Oregon, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. This poster describes the rights that employees have to a safe workplace and the standards that employers have to follow. This poster also discusses the rights of employees to complain as well as where to complain to if they reasonably believe they are working in unsafe conditions as well as the right to request an inspection.


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IT’S 
THE 	
LAW!	
Know your rights	 	
Yo u	 	have a 	 	
right to a safe 	 	
and healthful 	 	
workplace	
1-800-922-2689	
osha.oregon.gov	
FOR MORE INFORMATION, copies 	 	
of the Oregon Safe Employment Act, 	 	
specific safety and health standards, 	 	
advice or assistance, call:
Salem Central Office	 .......	503-378-3272	
Field Offices:
Bend 	 ...............................	541-388-6066	
Eugene	 ............................	541-686-7562	
Medford	 ..........................	541-776-6030	
Pendleton	 ........................	541-276-9175	
Portland	 ..........................	503-229-5910	
Salem 	 ..............................	503-378-3274	
440-1507 (10/16/OR-OSHA)	
Display this poster where all your workers can see it! 	         	
Oregon Administrative Rule 437-001-0275(2)(a).	
This free poster is available from Oregon OSHA	
— It’s the law! —	
The Oregon Safe Employment Act of 1973 provides job 	 	
safety and health protection for workers through the 
promotion of safe and healthful working conditions 
throughout the state. The Oregon Occupational Safety 
and Health Division (Oregon OSHA) of the Department 
of Consumer and Business Services has the primary 
responsibility for administering the act.
Oregon OSHA issues occupational safety and health 
standards, and its trained safety and health compliance 
officers conduct job-site inspections to ensure compliance 	 	
with the Oregon Safe Employment Act. 
Oregon OSHA has a staff of trained safety and health 
professionals available to work with businesses in all 
industries to improve workplace safety and health. 
Consultations and training opportunities are available at 	 	
no charge to Oregon businesses by calling any of the 	 	
phone numbers listed.	
• You have the right to notify your employer or 	
Oregon OSHA about workplace hazards. You may 
ask Oregon OSHA to keep your name confidential.	
• You have the right to request an Oregon OSHA 	
inspection if you believe that there are unsafe or 
unhealthy conditions in your workplace. You or your 
representative may participate in the inspection.	
• You have the right to report a work-related injury 	 	
or illness, without being retaliated against.	
• You can file a complaint with the Oregon Bureau of 	
Labor and Industries within 90 days, or with federal 
OSHA within 30 days, of discrimination by your 
employer for making safety and health complaints 
or for exercising your rights under the Oregon Safe 
Employment Act. 	
• 	Anyone who wants to register a complaint about the 
administration of the Oregon Safe Employment Act 
can do so by contacting: 
 	U.S. Department of Labor	
 OSHA Region X
 1111 Third Ave., Suite 715
 Seattle, WA 98101-3212
 206-553-5930	
•  You have a right to see Oregon OSHA citations 	
issued to your employer. Your employer must post 
the citations at the workplace.	
• Your employer must correct workplace hazards 	 	
by the date indicated on the citation and must 
certify that these hazards have been reduced 	 	
or eliminated.	
• You have the right to copies of your medical records 	
or records of your exposure to toxic and harmful 
substances or conditions. Additionally, you may 
request the workplace injury and illness log.	
• You have the right to know about hazardous 	
substances used in your workplace.

Other Oregon Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS

There are an additional ten optional and mandatory Oregon labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.

Poster Name Poster Type
Mandatory Oregon Sick Time Poster Sick Leave Law
Mandatory State Minimum Wage Poster (Spanish) Minimum Wage Law
Mandatory State Minimum Wage Poster Minimum Wage Law
Mandatory Cartel de Seguridad e Higiene de Oregon OSHA (Spanish) Job Safety Law
Mandatory Safety & Health Poster Job Safety Law

View all 11 Oregon labor law posters


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