- Your First Job
A Fair Work Ombudsman educational resource designed to help young workers understand their rights and obligations when first starting work
- SafeWork SA
This website has an interactive hazard game - Hunt for Hazards
- "A Job Well Done"
A WorkSafe Victoria resource for senior high school students with special educational needs
- SafeWork SA
This website has a virtual hotel, kitchen, office and supermarket to help you test your knowledge of hazards at work
- Victoria Government, Workplace Health and Safety
This website provides young people and teachers with vital information about the work environment, with a strong focus on the importance of good OHS practice
- Health and Safety, Department of Labor, New Zealand
This website is an interactive site with lots of graphics and interesting facts
- WorkSafe New Zealand, Pathways Awarua
Pathways Awarua is a free online literacy and numeracy learning tool that is designed to help people learn to read while learning about health and safety in the workplace
- British Safety Council
A website aimed at young people, which includes a free online and mobile app on the site (The Missing: A Dangerous Truth) that can be played online or downloaded to Android or iOS phones.
- Bloody Lucky
Bloody Lucky is a WorkSafe Alberta video campaign, highlighting the hazards that young people face in the workplace.
- Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Young workers zone is a website containing information and tools for young people starting work.
- WorkSafeBC, Canada
This website includes a "young worker" section which contains lots of resources for students, educators and employers.
- Raise Your Hand Campaign
This website contains videos and resources to help educate new young workers on how to be confident in the workplace
- No Mercy
This WorkSafeNB site contains resources and materials designed to make students aware of workplace hazards
- Spot the Zombie
A clever and engaging Occupational Safety and Health educational campaign
Last modified: Wednesday, 24 May 2017, 2:44 PM