Youth

Young and new workers are the most at risk for injury on the job. Do you know ten people under the age of 25? One of them will be injured on the job this year. At Service Hospitality, we believe that in trying to build a positive safety culture there is no better place to start than with our province’s youth and young workers. We have a number of programs, including elementary classroom presentations, virtual high-school courses, our yearly Youth Safety Education Day events and more, aimed at helping young workers develop positive safety habits early in their careers. 


Youth Safety Education Day


Service Hospitality’s flagship event, Youth Safety Education Day (YSED) occurs on September 10th every year. The purpose of this day is to provide meaningful safety education, leadership and awareness to youth across Saskatchewan and beyond (up to the age of 25). Gaining this valuable information before you take your first step foot into the workplace or while you are currently employed in your first job is a key step in injury prevention. Each year’s event and activities reach over 50,000 Saskatchewan youth through in-person and virtual events & partnership initiatives. 

Click to visit our Youth Safety Education Day page!


Youth Safety Presentations


By reinforcing positive safety behaviours, at a young age and throughout a child’s educational career, we can create safety champions in our next generation of workers!
Service Hospitality offers four curriculum-aligned elementary school presentations that are fun and interactive for students, and include resources and follow-up activities for teachers to continue engaging with their classroom. 

Click to visit our Youth Safety Presentations page!


Safety in Schools Partnership

In partnership with the Safety in Schools Foundation, Service Hospitality offers FREE online, industry-recognized and curriculum-aligned safety courses to high schools students. An easy-to-use online platform makes it simple for teachers and school administrators to manage student assignments and progress. Courses include WHMIS 2015, Hazard Recognition, Your Mental Health & Well-Being, and more! 

Click to visit our Safety in Schools page!


Does your organization or school want to integrate youth safety training into your programs or classroom? Our Safety Advisors are experts on young worker safety and are available to assist you! Consultation, follow-up assistance or custom presentations are available to fit your needs. 

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Take a flip through our Education for Future Workers Brochure.
Your Key Resource for Youth Safety!


Download Education for Future Workers Brochure (PDF 377KB)

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