Useful information on the efforts to ensure safe and healthy work to young workers may be found on the following websites:            

Links to foreign websites:

Child Safety Week 2006 – sources and ideas for a child safety week  
Fire Safety – Fire safety for children in schools is vitally important. Take a look at some fire prevention measures, for pupils and teachers alike, prepared by the London Fire Brigade

Technological clothes – Safe work with the European-designed »smart clothes«

Heads Up – work smart, work safe  – for the past eight years, the Heads Up campaign designed by the Workers Compensation Board from Alberta, Canada has alerted young workers and their employers to the dangers of being a rookie on the job

Concepts of Canadian Safety, Health and Environmental Practitioners (CSSE)

How safe is your job? - an awareness campaign by the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board – WISB, Ontario, Canada

Safety in Restaurants – a comprehensive e-tool on health and safety in restaurants by the U.S. Department of Labor

Safety at Work – an online resource for workers under the age of 25, employers, unions, educators, parents and youth community groups

Safety and health – links

Safety Sense – an innovative online workplace health and safety programme for secondary students developed by the Department of Industrial Relation's Workplace and Safety, Queensland, Australia

Seven things you'd better know – Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, Ontario, Canada

Young Workers – basics on health and safety prepared by the California Resource Network for Young Worker Health and Safety

Work safe, work smart – curriculum by the Minnesota Department of Health, USA

Workshops of Horror – safety on farms, Department of Labour, New Zealand

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