Young Workers

General Information

Date Added Resource Source
Oregon Resources
Jul 2014

New Video Training: Young workers, old school

This resource is a 11 minute video summary of key things employers and supervisors should know about how to keep young workers safe on the job, including a few opportunities for employers to stop and reflect on specific ways to apply the information. This resource could also be used by employers during safety meetings or with new employees.

May 2009

O[yes] (Oregon Young Employee Safety Coalition)

This website provided by the Oregon Young Worker Health and Safety Coalition provides resources and information on the Coalition's efforts and tips for keeping young workers safe on the job.

Apr 2009

Young Workers Stay Alive on the Job! 4/09 Revised (PDF)

This booklet, released the Oregon Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation program (OR-FACE) tells the stories of young workers aged 16-24 who were killed on the job in Oregon from 2003 through 2007.

Feb 2011

Center for Young Worker Safety and Health at Georgia Tech Research Institute

The Center for Young Worker Safety and Health at Georgia Tech Research Institute is committed to providing training, educational resources, technical expertise, and an online resource center for young workers and their parents, career and technical teachers and employers.

(Center for Young Worker Safety and Health)
Jul 2004

Making Sure Your Teen's Job is Safe
(Kids Health)
Jun 2004

Teen Summer Jobs: Safety Pays
May 2003

Young Workers: WorkSafe Centre (British Columbia)

Welcome to the WorkSafe Centre for under 25 year-old workers; an online resource for workers, employers, unions, educators, parents, and youth community groups.

(WorkSafe Online - Workers' Compensation Board of BC)
Mar 2003

NIOSH Safety and Health topic: Youth Worker Safety and Health

Includes info on: Information for Young Workers, w Young Workers Are Getting Hurt, ograms, Reports, and Research, lated Web Sites

Mar 2003

OSHA's Teen Worker Safety and Health Website

The premier site for teen worker safety and health information provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Our mission is to help you stay healthy and safe while on the job.