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Oregon OSHA Files Permanent Workplace Rules

On May 4, the Oregon Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA) filed permanent workplace rules related to COVID. OSHA had previously adopted temporary rules on Nov. 6, 2020 and those rules were set to expire today.

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Gov. Brown Moves Counties Out Of Extreme Risk

“We appreciate that the governor is allowing these Oregon businesses to reopen,” said Sandra McDonough, OBI’s president and CEO. “Hopefully, this will be the end of the COVID business closures and we will move swiftly to fully reopening our state’s economy.”

April Message from Board Chair Karen Vineyard

This week, Gov. Kate Brown announced that 15 of Oregon’s 36 counties would be moving into the “extreme risk” category due to rising COVID cases. Under the state’s emergency plan, that means several businesses in those counties now face curtailing operations or shutting down altogether – yet again.


Forever Changed: What’s Next for Health Care in Oregon?

Join OBI for our June Speaker Series discussion to hear industry leaders’ perspectives on the pandemic, how health care providers have been impacted and adapted to our new reality, and what the future of health care delivery might look like here in Oregon and across the nation.




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