NEW OREGON OSHA TEMPORARY STANDARDS
Learn about the new temporary standards from Oregon OSHA related to Covid-19 as of November 10, 2020. Click here to watch the webinar from Schwabe Williamson and Wyatt.
Oregon OSHA Website The 11/6/2020 rule is shown as a link midway down the page.
REOPENING AND RECOVERY RESOURCES
As manufacturers seek to implement best practices in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, OMEP has developed a set of resources to support these efforts. Our resources are the result of the evaluation and consolidation of available guidance from the MEP National Network, CDC, OSHA, and OHA. We hope these tools offer clarity and direction along the pathway to a safer workplace for everyone in manufacturing.
Take our online self-assessment at the link above to create awareness of the needs and potential gaps your workplace may have in creating a safe work environment for employees. The assessment provides immediate feedback to you, and those who choose to enter their contact information will receive a customized Visual Heat Map summary of your assessment results.
A comprehensive checklist was developed to help manufacturers move from basic understanding to action. The checklist is a combination of Oregon specific actions and nationally recognized best practices.
Updated May 27th, 2020, based on new OSHA guidance.
Designed to support actions from the checklist with more detailed rationale and techniques, this tool will help you implement best practices.
OMEP Covid-19 Safety Preparedness Consultation
For manufacturers looking for more direct support as they continue operations in a post- COVID-19 environment, OMEP is offering remote/virtual or on-site consultations. If you require more than simple direction, OMEP has the capacity to support manufacturers with a formal project structure. Reach out to learn more >
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Resources and References
General Oregon Re-Opening Information for Businesses