OR-OSHA

AcronymDefinition
OR-OSHAOregon Occupational Safety and Health Division
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Kevin threw out the myth of OR-OSHA not living in the real world," says Merrell.
Most of the guys don't understand that OR-OSHA has all these services," says Gary Stonewall, safety director for R&H Construction in Portland, Ore.
As a result of these activities and the inaccurate, misleading, harmful, and prejudicial press releases by OR-OSHA, as well as its improper testing methodologies, GIB has lost sales, consumer goodwill, and industry market share.
The complaint also claims that OR-OSHA misrepresented results of air sample tests on Brazilian Blowout, when in fact its testing showed air quality during use of the product was safely below OSHA limits.
According to OR-OSHA officials, the 474-megawatt Hermiston Generating Plant earned several distinctions during the assessment process.
This translates into a savings of $29 million, according to Jan Wagner, public relations manager of OR-OSHA.
The two divisions are independent, so that if an employer requests a visit by OR-OSHA consultants, they do not call in compliance inspectors if they find law violations.
In more rural areas, OR-OSHA people work out of their homes.