Speakers are available to share health and safety messages for young workers at your school, parent advisory council (PAC), or youth organization. Presentations to young workers help raise awareness about the lasting impact of workplace injuries, as well as educate students about their workplace health and safety rights.
Our prevention officers are available to talk to students in grades 10, 11, and 12 about health and safety in the workplace. Officers can share their extensive knowledge and experience with your group, with the goal of helping reduce the number of young people injured at work.
To book a speaker in the Lower Mainland, please contact the WorkSafeBC office in your area by calling 604.276.3100. Outside the Lower Mainland, call our toll-free line at 1.888 621.7233. Ask for the regional manager for prevention in your area.
The BC Federation of Labour represents 500,000 members of affiliated unions in more than 1,100 locals, working across every aspect of B.C.'s economy.
BCFED's Health & Safety Centre Young Worker Program, Alive After Five, is funded by WorkSafeBC to educate young workers and students in occupational health and safety issues. The program provides participants with the necessary tools to understand and exercise their occupational health and safety rights and responsibilities. On the BCFED website, the resources section includes contact information for scheduling a presentation at your school.