Youth Safety Education Day (YSED) Sept 10th, 2015

Youth Safety Education Day Recap:
http://servicehospitality.com/youth-zone/youth-safety-education-day-ysed/youth-safety-education-day-summary/

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Always remember to STOP & ASK!

YSED Stop and Ask Poster- Large (2)

Proclamation YSED 2015 from Don Morgan, Minister of Education!

Media Release for Proclamation of Saskatchewan Youth Safety Education Day 2015

Did you know?  In 2012, five workers under the age of 24 were killed in Saskatchewan. In 2013, the number of youth worker fatalities were two, both being under the age of 18. The SHSA works with both future workers and youth leaders to raise awareness of workplace hazards and risks, how to develop a positive workplace safety culture and the importance of eliminating workplace injuries. We are working towards re-educating Saskatchewan youth to know their rights, and the importance of protecting themselves and their peers from all hazards they may face on the job. Your first job should be something you take pride in, not something that may hurt or kill you!

Reminder that worker’s have 3 basic rights:
1. The right to participate in health and safety related activities
2. The right to know about the hazards in the workplace
3. The right to refuse unusually dangerous work

Youth Injury Statistics:
On average four young people will not come home this year due to work related fatalities.

  • Each year 83,876 young workers are employed in Saskatchewan.
  • 55.9% of these workers will work in the hospitality industry before their secondary education is done.
  • On average 8,000 young Saskatchewan workers are injured every year. Injuries of youth working in the hospitality industries in Regina and Saskatoon account for 817 of these injuries.
  • 55.7% of Saskatchewan Food and Beverage Service workers are between 15 and 24
  • Saskatchewan has the 2nd worst injury rate in all of Canada!
  • Youth (aged 15-24) are 3 times likely to be injured on the job than any other worker.

Click the Links to view the contents of our 2015 Youth Safety Education Day Package!

1. Welcome Letter
2. Table of Contents
3. Why support YSED
4. Top 7 Dangers To Young Workers
5. Instructions- Stop and Ask Poster (2)
6. YSED Stop and Ask Poster- Large
7. YSED Stop and Ask Poster- Small
8. Mock Inspection Instructions
9. Inspection Activity for Students
10. Inspection Activity for Workers
11. Are You Safer Than a 5th Grader instructions
12. Safer 5th Grader
13. Instructions- Create a Safety Poster
14. Create a Safety Poster- Template
15. Video Link
16. Video Discussion Questions and Answer Key
17. Instructions for Safety Certificate
18. Certificate
19. Employee Orientation Form Instructions
20. Employee Orientation Checklist Form
21. Toolbox Form Instructions
22. Toolbox Meeting Form
23. Survey Letter

Our Partners:
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Ranch Ehrlo Society, a non-profit charitable organization, was founded in 1966. It is governed by a volunteer board of directors. It started as a single residential unit for six troubled boys and grew to a multi-service agency providing highly specialized programs.

 

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In operation since 1982, Rainbow works with young people 11 to 25 years old in a variety of individual and group counseling, skill development, educational, recreational, and direct service programs. Our organization strives to meet the needs of our youth as they grow, develop, and change.

 

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The Core Neighbourhood Youth Co-op (CNYC) is committed to developing life and employment skills with Saskatoon youth. We create educational and sustainable economic opportunities through hands-on programming and community outreach. We promote the values of cooperation, sustainability, leadership skills, environmental principles, and youth initiative in a safe and respectful environment.

bgc_logo-88a703dc7df14b8e95589ce85588f623Boys & Girls Club of Saskatoon’s mission is to provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.

 

SLGA LogoThe Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) is a Treasury Board Crown Corporation responsible for the distribution, control and regulation of liquor and most gaming across the province.

 

Media Releases/Advertisements:

 

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