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Health and Safety Curriculum for Working Teens

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General Employment Curriculum
Health and Safety Awareness for Working Teens

Health and Safety Awareness for Working Teens Curriculum

This curriculum is designed for teens and young workers in grades 9-12 and applies to all teens who will be working in general employment settings.

Topics covered include:

  • Identifying Hazards in the workplace
  • Worker Rights and Child Labor Regulations
  • Developing Solutions to Reduce and Eliminate Hazards
  • How to Effectively Communicate with a Supervisor
  • Dealing With and Preventing Sexual Harassment
  • Ergonomics for Teens
UnitTitleText   Slides  Video Downloads
 Cover Page & Introduction    
Unit 1Young Worker Injuries WA US
Unit 2Identifying Workplace Hazards  
Unit 3Know Your Rights  
Unit 4Making the Job Safer  
Unit 5Communicating Workplace Problems  
Unit 6Sexual Harassment in the Workplace  
Unit 7Introduction to Workplace Ergonomics  
 

 
Agricultural Employment Curriculum
Health and Safety Awareness for Working Teens

Health and Safety Awareness for Working Teens in Agriculture Curriculum

This curriculum is designed for teens and young workers in grades 9-12 who will be working in agricultural employment settings.

Topics covered include:

  • Identifying Hazards in Agricultural Work Settings
  • Worker Rights and Child Labor Regulations for Agricultural Jobs
  • Developing Solutions to Reduce and Eliminate Hazards
  • Appropriate Ways to Communicate with Your Supervisor
  • Dealing with and Preventing Sexual Harassment
UnitTitleText   Slides  Video Downloads
Introduction    
Unit 1Identifying Hazards in the Workplace WA US
Unit 2Worker Rights and Child Labor Regulations  
Unit 3Developing Solutions to Eliminate Hazards  
Unit 4How to Effectively Communicate with a Supervisor  
Unit 5Dealing with Sexual Harassment  
 

 
OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Curriculum
  OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Curriculum

OSHA’s 11 – An OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Curriculum

This curriculum is a youth-oriented version of the standard OSHA 10 hour general industry course. Contains interactive lessons and activities on the following topics.

Topics covered include:

  • Young Worker Injuries and Identifying Hazards
  • Developing Solutions to Eliminate Hazards
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Electrical Safety
  • Chemical Hazards and Hazard Communication
  • Slips, Trips and Falls
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Ergonomics
  • Workplace Violence
  • Emergencies at Work
  • Fire Protection and Exit Routes
  • Protecting Workers and Worker Rights
  • Communicating and Taking Action to Resolve Conflicts
Title Text  Slides  Video Downloads
Cover Page & Introduction    
OSHA’s 11 Introduction WA US
Finding Hazards  
Making the Job Safer  
Personal Protective Equipment  
Electrical Safety  
Chemical Hazards  
Slips, Trips and Falls
Bloodborne Pathogens  
Ergonomics
Workplace Violence
Emergencies at Work  
Exit Routes and Fire Protection  
Know Your Rights  
OSHA: Protecting Workers' Health and Safety  
Taking Action  
Download Complete OSHA 11 Curriculum

 
Culinary Arts Curriculum Curriculum
ProSafety  Health  and Safety in Culinary Arts and Restaurant Industry Curriculum

ProSafety – Health and Safety in Culinary Arts and Restaurant Industry Curriculum

This curriculum, developed in collaboration with the Washington Restaurant Association is designed for teens and young workers who are studying about culinary arts or who will be working in a restaurant setting.

Topics covered include:

  • Young Worker Injuries in the Restaurant Industry
  • Finding Hazards in the Restaurant Industry
  • Know Your Rights
  • Developing Solutions to Reduce and Eliminate Hazards
  • How to Effectively Communicate with a Supervisor
  • Dealing with and Preventing Sexual Harassment
  • Ergonomics for Teens in Culinary Arts
UnitTitle Text  Slides  Video Downloads
 Cover Page & Introduction    
Unit 1Young Worker Injuries in the Restaurant Industry WA US
Unit 2Finding Hazards in the Restaurant Industry  
Unit 3Know Your Rights  
Unit 4Making Restaurant Jobs Safer  
Unit 5Communicating Workplace Problems  
Unit 6Dealing with Sexual Harassment  
Unit 7Ergonomics in Culinary Arts  
 

 
Wood Shop Safety
Wood Shop Safety web site Wood Shop Safety web site

This training web site has information for students on how to work safely with wood shop tools and equipment as well as general shop safety practices. Includes; online quizzes for equipment and general shop safety. Includes online quizzes on equipment and general shop safety.


 
Teen Workers: Real Jobs, Real Risks - A Video Series
Teen Workers: Real Jobs, Real Risks Teen Workers: Real Jobs, Real Risks

This series of movies introduces teens to information they need to know about their rights and responsibilities on the job. Working teens share their thoughts on why safety and health on the job are important for young workers. One teen tells her story of being seriously injured on her first job, and how this experience impacts her life.

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