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SAIF is accepting applications for its new $10 million coronavirus worker safety fund, which is aimed at promoting employee safety, reducing injuries and decreasing exposure.

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, OBI’s national-level partner, today released new guides for businesses of all sizes to secure relief under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

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Oregon businesses and OBI members are helping nonprofits, small businesses and vulnerable Oregonians affected by the COVID-19 pandemic by giving more than $2.5 million and in-kind equipment. A large share is going to two statewide funds set up by the Oregon

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The U.S. Congress and other federal leaders are developing programs to assist businesses and workers impacted by the economic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. We are tracking those programs as they are developed. Here is a short list of what is now available or in the works. 

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Oregon Occupational Safety and Health has issued information in their frequently asked questions about workplace requirements, click here to read more. 

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The U.S. Department of Labor continues to update its websites in advice for employers dealing with coronavirus-related questions.

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Oregon Labor Commissioner Val Hoyle this afternoon published a temporary order that will allow some Oregon manufacturers to claim an exemption to the state’s overtime limitations.

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Today the House passed the $2 trillion stimulus package, also known as the CARES Act, and President Trump signed it into law this afternoon. Here are some key points of the package that will help Oregon’s business community.

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SAIF has approved a $10 million fund to support employee safety, reduce injuries, and decrease exposure during the coronavirus pandemic. Many OBI members are SAIF policyholders through our CompSAFE program.

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The federal emergency Family Medical Leave Act and sick leave related to COVID-19 goes into effect April 1. 

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