Although Safe Workers of Tomorrow were not able to physically present to our students, we were still able to catch them virtually as they shared the importance of safe work with our Grade 9 students.
Youth are a large and key part of Manitoba's workforce – but new and young workers often get hurt on the job because they don't have proper training and don't know what questions to ask.
They provide (free!) presentations to students across Manitoba, designed to educate on how new and young workers can be SAFE on the job – since 1997 they've delivered more than 10,500 workplace safety presentations to young and vulnerable workers.
Their team of skilled staff Occupational Safety Presenters travel to schools, community clubs and other places where young Manitobans come to learn, equipping the workers of tomorrow with health and safety materials and information. Volunteers from their speakers' bureau – many of whom have been affected by workplace incidents and who are savvy on the topics of youth and workplace safety – are available to help out.
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SAFE Work Manitoba is the public agency dedicated to the prevention of workplace injury and illness. Working with our partners in the safety community, we provide prevention education, safety programming, consulting and strategic direction to create a genuine culture of safety for all Manitobans.
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