New Young Worker Awareness Training

Course Description

This 60 minute module provides young workers with information regarding their rights as new workers, the importance of working safely.

The New Young Worker Awareness training will teach you Workplace responsibilities for the Employer, Supervisor, and Employee. Questions that you can ask your employer regarding training and hazards. This will also provide you with the information on how to identify hazards, the personal protective equipment that you require in your workplace. Keeping your ears and eyes open for safety concerns. Following the chain of command in a positive and respectful way and communicating it to your Supervisor. How to refuse unsafe work if you are not comfortable or you feel you have not received adequate training to perform your duties safely. What to do if someone gets hurt at work

Course Overview

  • Injury statistics for young male workers
  • Defines the "3 Rights" of workers
  • Identifies types of hazards in the workplace
  • Identifying Hazards
  • Reviews Personal Protective Equipment
  • Defines duties of Employers, Supervisor's and Worker's responsibilities in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Importance of Communication
  • Questions to ask Employers
  • Reviews how to refuse unsafe work
  • What to do if someone gets hurt at work
  • What it means to work safely
  • How to stay safe in the workplace
  • Where to get more information



course duration

60 minutes (approx.)