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Young and new workers are particularly vulnerable to workplace injury or illness, many of the injuries occurring in the first month on the job. Young workers, parents, employers, and teachers all have a role to play in keeping safety top of mind.
Choose from the following available resources
|Emergency Preparedness for Workers||$49.00|
|Health and Safety Awareness for Ontario Workers||$15.00|
|Orientation on Health and Safety for New Agricultural Workers||$49.00|
|Orientation on Health and Safety for New Workers *Updated!*||$49.00|
|Prevent the Spread of COVID-19: Guidance for Temporary Foreign Workers FREE!||—|
|Orientation for New Workers||$15.00|
|Bullying is Not Part of the Job||—|
|New Worker Orientation Infographic||—|
|New Worker Safety in Canada Infographic||—|
|Three Basic Rights of Canadian Workers||—|
|Workers' Basic Rights in Canada||—|
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|Day of Mourning: Elaine Keunen's Story||—|
|Injured on the Job: Amber Hiuser's Road to Recovery||—|
|Keeping Both Young and New Workers Safe This Summer||—|
|New and Young Worker Orientation||—|
|Shirley Hickman: A Mother's Story||—|
|Wally Power: Overcoming a Workplace Injury||—|
|Workplace Injuries: A Personal Story||—|