Pilot project by the HSA
The Irish Health and Safety Authority (HSA) launched a pilot project in post-primary schools in the south-east and west of the country in September 2007. ‘Choose Safety’ is a teaching and learning resource pack for post- junior certificate students.
Teaching Young Workers About Job Safety and Health
Talking Safety, a foundation curriculum in occupational safety and health. This curriculum by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is the culmination of many years’ work by a consortium of partners dedicated to reducing …
"Volle Puste" (Full Breath) is a project by the Institute and Outpatient Clinic for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine at the Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich.
Website For Construction Safety
This website by the BAR Bygge & Anlæg (Sectoral Working Environment Council on Building and Construction) aims to raise awareness and knowledge about safety ...
"Jugend will sich erleben" (Youth wants self-experience) is a project by German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) ...
Young Worker Safety
„HEADS UP – WORK SMART WORK SAFE“ is a project of WCB Worker’s Compensation Board in Alberta, Canada.
Website for young people at work
The website "ungmedjob.dk (youth with job) is a project of the Danish working environment council BAR U&F ...
Health and Safety Courses, Training, Health and Safety Audits
This website by the British Safety Council offers lots of information and resources for young people and employers ...
Everyday there are more than 350,000 workers on the job in British Columbia. They might be ...
The Youth Engagement Toolkit is a free eBook, made to promote the importance of youth engagement for school health. The book is available online and additionl videos and interactive pages maximize the experience.
In this report, the concept of injury includes both unintentional and intentional injuries.
A project with papers and seminars for the promotion of health amongst children and teenagers.
Materials for initial vocational education and training to increase awareness of young workers for OSH. Several DVDs, awards activities and an internet portal. ...
The "Risk out!" campaign of the statutory accident insurance dedicated itself in the years 2010 and 2011 to safe driving and transport.
The violence prevention program „Echt stark“ was developed by Daniela Kreh and Jens Richter in 2002 and has been enhanced since then. Originally, it was a program for children and young people who are left alone with violence and boundlessness.
This YouTube channel concentrates all ILO TV available worldwide, to fight child labour.
The Authority has completed extensive revisions and amendments to the ‘Choose Safety’ school text.
The safety package is offered by the Platform VMBO Building, Housing and Interior and Voion, the Employment & Training Fund for secondary education. The teachers have a tool to secure education and bring the students to learn how they can secure an …
“This is me” is a youth specific internet helpline and a youth prevention programme for schools consisting of several workshops on life skills development of young people.
Young Life Savers Club (your safety matters) is a subsidiary of Combined Training Solutions Limited (CTS), an international company with its core specialization in Health & Safety training and Consultancy.
The YWRCC will help prepare young people for joining the job market for the first time. They will learn workplace health and safety and minimum legislation (e.g. for safety, pay and hours of work) he or she and their employer must follow.
Teen workers are twice as likely to be injured on the job. The annual “Speak Out for Workplace Safety” video contest is underway. The contest is designed to increase awareness about safety for young workers.
Every year, approximately 4,000 Saskatchewan workers under the age of 25 are injured on the job. Three young workers die annually in a workplace incident. WorkSafe Sakatchewan initiated a video contest for high school students grade 9 – 12 to create …
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