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Spring forward safely on March 12
Let daylight saving time serve as a reminder to check your tire and shoe tread for safety.
State organizations align on health and safety
SAIF, Oregon OSHA, and an OHSU team sign first-ever alliance on Total Worker Health®
2017 Comp News: putting safe and healthy habits within reach
Find simple strategies for helping workers achieve their healthy goals—and be safer in the process.
How safe is your home office?
Find five tips for telecommuting safely.
Medicare and your medical bills
Providing you with additional details regarding SAIF’s obligation to report to Medicare
CDC declares the flu “widespread.” These 5 tips can stop it
It’s one of the worst flu seasons in years; use these ideas to keep your workers healthy and your business going.
Brrrraving cold weather
Plan ahead to prevent cold-related injuries and illnesses.
Icy sidewalk? “Walk like a penguin” [video]
Walking like a penguin reduces slips, trips, and falls.
WCD revises injured worker reimbursement bulletin and forms
The reimbursements are related to travel, food, and lodging costs.
Resolutions that really work
Making promises is easy. Keeping them is hard. Here are nine ways you can help employees achieve their healthy goals in 2017—and be safer in the process.
Seasonal employees need safety training, too
As companies rush to hire workers for the holiday season, SAIF has tips on how to provide safety training to new employees of all ages.
Be a workplace flu fighter
Meet our germ-fighting dream team and follow four simple rules for staying well this season.
SAIF’s free ag safety and health workshops return in November
The annual trainings will be held in 16 cities from November to March, including nine in Spanish.
"Life of a claim" training
After “Jim” is hurt on the job, he and his employer have lots of questions. Find out what happens next.
First Fill pays for some medications right away.
First Fill pays for certain medications for injured workers right away.
- For more, see the worker guide news archive.