Free For New Brunswick Schools
WorkSafeNB offers an array of additional FREE resources that support health and safety education within New Brunswick schools and youth educational settings. These resources are appropriate for grades kindergarten through to grade 12 and support the teaching of safe decision making on the job, at home, at school and during play. All resources are bilingual and connected to several provincial curriculum outcomes. To see the complete list of resources we offer, click on the following link:
Pamphlet for Teachers
To order these resources, click on the order form below.
No Mercy Youth Campaign: No Mercy implies that workers should never compromise their safety at work, show no mercy when it comes to your safety, and take all necessary precautions, as workplace accidents, machines and equipment will show no mercy on you or on your safety. The primary objectives of the campaign, to include Anglophone and Francophone high school aged students are to:
- Generate awareness of workplace health and safety, smart risk taking and injury prevention with high school aged students.
- Provide future and current young workers with support resources related to workplace safety and injury prevention.
- Provide teachers with optional resources supporting safety education.
Lost Youth – Four Stories of Injured Young Workers
Michael, Jennifer, John, and Nick all speak of losing their youth after suffering serious workplace accidents. Through dramatic recreations of these accidents and one-on-one discusssions with the young people and their parents, Lost Youth tells four stories of lives forever altered.
Discussion guide (PDF 129KB)
Suggestions for a Workplace Safety Unit (pdf)
This unit is intended to increase student understanding of the importance of safety on the job. Through use of interactive activities, reflective learning and with use of various resources, students will gain information in the area of workplace health and safety, safe decision making and an understanding of their role in accident prevention.
Many suggested activities have been included within the unit to provide students with a review of the fundamentals of workplace health and safety. Activities can be chosen based on available time, student needs, teacher choice and available resources within the school.
To download this document, click here.
Free information sessions are also available on techniques for integrating health and safety education into daily classroom instruction to help meet curriculum outcomes. For additional information on any of the WorkSafeNB resources, to order copies of our resources or to book an information session please contact:
Youth Programs Coordinator
Phone 506 850-0346
Toll-free 1 800 222-9775
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