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WorkSafeBC young worker campaign to employers
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The province of B.C. is made up of approximately 320,000 young workers aged 15 to 24. Each year, on average, 6,400 young workers are injured in workplace incidents.

In order to help reduce the number of injuries and fatalities among young workers aged 18-24, we are launching an awareness campaign targeting young workers and the businesses who hire them.

Our goal is to generate awareness among young workers about their legal rights regarding safety in the workplace, and among employers about their legal responsibilities for safety in the workplace.

 

We need your help

We’re reaching out to B.C. employers to share their “What I know now” stories as former young workers, and to share health and safety tips and best practices.

 

What’s involved?

Employers who take part have a choice of how involved they want to be based on your schedules. The levels of involvement are:

 

  • Level 1: a quote from an executive that we can get via email or over the phone
  • Level 2: a quote and a photoshoot at your workplace
  • Level 3: an interview on camera, and photoshoot at your workplace

 

The employer stories will also be shared online on our social media channels, in printed materials, in digital advertising, and on the campaign website at worksafebc.com/whatiknownow.

 

For more infomation click here.

 

 

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