Help spread #MySafeSummerJob with our free campaign material and helpful links.
Download the social media posting schedule each week for messages, images, and links that you can share directly or modify to better fit your audience. We’ve also included additional helpful links, videos, applications, and games, many of which are also featured in the posting schedules.
Week 1: You Have Rights! (April 15th – April 19th)
Download Week 1 Post Schedule Here!
Week 2: Every Job has Hazards! (April 22nd – April 26)
Download Week 2 Post Schedule Here!
Week 3: Speak Up! (April 29th – May 3rd)
Download Week 3 Post Schedule Here!
Week 4: Injuries are Preventable! (May 5th – May 10th)
Download Week 4 Post Schedule Here!
Week 5: Safety Takes Teamwork! – You Can Get Help! (May 13th – May 17th)
Download Week 5 Post Schedule Here!
Department of Labor – Worker.gov, Employer.gov, and YouthRules!
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – Young Workers Webpage, Workers Webpage, Employers Webpage, Offices by State
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health – Young Worker Safety and Health, Talking Safety Curriculum, and Safe Skilled Ready Workforce Program
Washington State Department of Labor and Industries – Health and Safety Awareness for Teens – Questions to Ask Employers
Massachusetts Department of Public Health – Keeping Young Workers Safe on the Job
US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – Youth@Work
American Industrial Hygiene Association
American Society of Safety Professionals
Board of Certified Safety Professionals
Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR) – Hazard Alert Cards, Tool Box Talks (construction)
CultivateSafety.org – Youth Worker Guidelines (agriculture)
National Safety Council – Work Safety and Near Miss Reporting Systems
National Council for Occupational Safety and Health – Know Your Rights and When to call OSHA
YoungWorkers.org – Materials for Teens, Teen Worker Facts, Stats and Stories, and Hazards by Industry
Wage and Hour Division – YouthRules!, Young Worker Toolkit, and Employer Guides for Agricultural and Non-Agricultural Workplaces
OSHA – Young Worker Rights
NIOSH – Teen Workers: Real Jobs, Real Risks
Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services – Young Worker Video Series (created by youth)
YoungWorker.org – Youth Video Contest Winners (created by youth)
CareerSafe National Youth Safety Contest Finalists – View All Videos Here
Helpful Applications and Games
OSHA-NIOSH Heat Safety Tool App
NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards Mobile Web App
NIOSH Sound Level Meter App (Noise)
National Safety Council Safety Check-up