Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division
“Applicant” means the employer, employer group, employee group, educational association or educational institution which applies for a grant. An employer group or employee group may be created for the sole purpose of applying for and administering a worksite redesign grant.
“Committee” means the Application Review Committee. Committee members are appointed by the director. The Committee recommends approval or disapproval of worksite redesign grants to the director.
“Employer” means an Oregon employer within the meaning of the Workers’ Compensation Law.
“Fund” means the Workers’ Benefit Fund.
“Grant Agreement” means the contract between the department and the grantee following department approval of the application for a worksite redesign grant.
“Grant product” means the workplace solution developed from an approved grant agreement to minimize workplace hazards.
“OR-OSHA” means the OREGON OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH DIVISION.
“Product grant” means the amount of funding awarded an employer for the purchase of a grant product.
“Worksite redesign grant” means a grant for the purpose of performing research and analysis of a workplace problem, and/or development of a solution to a workplace problem in order to prevent or reduce the incidence of on-the-job injuries and illnesses.