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Safety Tips for Young Workers

Muddassir Katchi April 6, 2018 0
Safety Tips for Young Workers

Young workers are usually inexperienced whether they are working full time or part time and whether they are working as apprentices, trainees or contractors. Employers need to be vigilant when it comes to their training which should follow OSHA standards. This includes:

Young workers are usually inexperienced whether they are working full time or part time and whether they are working as apprentices, trainees or contractors. Click To Tweet

  • Training workers on proper sand safe work practices such as how to identify hazards.
  • Establishing mentorship programs so that experienced workers can teach younger ones the ropes
  • Complying with state and federal child labor laws
  • Ensuring inexperienced workers don’t operate heavy machinery
  • Teaching them what they should in case of injuries.
  • Creating a positive work culture that encourages queries
  • Training young workers on the tasks they can do according to their age and experience level.

OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Outreach

Ensure young workers on your construction team know their job and how to remain safe in the workplace by signing them up for 360Training.com’s OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Outreach program. The course has everything they need to know about workplace safety in the industry. This includes common hazards they may not be aware of and how to prevent injuries. Sign up today and make sure they remain safe.

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