Students & Interns
Young Workers – Protect Yourselves at Work
Staying safe on the job should be your first priority. Know your rights and responsibilities and then make safety a habit. It could save your life.
Young Workers – Details, Details
How much will I get paid? When does overtime kick in? Do I get paid if I work the holiday? How many hours can I work?
Young Workers – New to the Working World?
As a young person entering the work force you probably have lots of questions about your first job. You’ve got a job. Or you’re getting ready to join the work world. Either way, it’s important to be prepared. Here’s your health and safety checklist. Check out these resources so you can be ready for anything you may come across on the job.
New and Young Worker Safety for Supervisors
This web book is viewable online from a desktop computer or mobile device. It focuses on the training and supervisory need of new and young workers.
Young Workers – Employee Rights
Each and every worker in Canada has three rights: The Right to Know The Right to Participate The Right to Refuse Dangerous Work
Young Workers – Rules To Work By
Follow these eight basic rules for working safely and you'll be off to a safe and healthy start.
New to the Working World? Get the information and tools you need to venture into the work world on a safe footing.
Useful Tips for Young Workers to Address Workplace Safety Concerns
This WorkSafeBC brochure provides young and new workers with useful tips on addressing concerns about safety in the workplace.
Tools for Training Young and New Workers
WorkSafeBC has developed these tools for employers to meet regulatory requirements for new and young worker orientation and training.
Orientation and Training for Young and New Workers are Essential
More than half of workplace accidents involving young and new workers occur during their first six months on the job. Providing effective orientation and training is the best way to prevent accidents. As an employer, you are responsible for ensuring that your workers are prepared for the job before they start working.