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Employment and work safety among 12 to 14 year olds
Listening to parents BACKGROUND: Survey research indicates that a surprising number of 12 to 14 year olds in North America engage in some form of paid work, and work-related injuries for this age group are reported at rates similar to older teens. Parents exhibit significant involvement in many aspects of their teens' work and may influence perceptions of work safety, yet few studies have explored this phenomenon from a qualitative perspective with parents of working 12 to 14 year olds. METHODS: This paper focuses on parental perceptions and understandings of work safety based on focus groups...
Attitudes of Teenagers Towards Workplace Safety Training
More than 70 % of teenagers are employed before graduating high school. Every 10 min, in the United States, a young worker is injured on the job. Safety training has been suggested as a way to prevent injuries, yet little is known about the methods of safety training and the effectiveness of training that teens receive at work. This study is the first to assess the attitudes teens hold towards safety training and what they believe would help them stay safe on the job. In 2010, focus groups and interviews were conducted with 42 teens from public high schools in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Participating...
New recruit safety expectations
Relationships with trust and perceived job risk Very little research has examined the safety expectations of new recruits, particularly those of individuals about to enter full-time work for the first time. There is evidence that new recruits have proportionally more accidents in the first period of their employment. One possible explanation for this is that the safety expectations of new recruits do not match the reality of the workplace they are about to enter. In Study 1 data on workplace safety expectations were collected from 142 final year high school students from six schools. Study 2 collected...
Enquête sur la perception des risques chez les jeunes
Les élèves et les étudiants sont les employés et les employeurs de demain. Partant de cette vérité toute simple, Prevent, l'Institut pour la prévention et le bien-être au travail, et Assuralia, l'Union professionnelle des entreprises d'assurances, ont choisi de lancer une campagne de sensibilisation afin d'intégrer les questions de santé et de sécurité dans la formation des jeunes. http://fr.prevent.be/net/net01.nsf/p/754390CBDAD6F6E9C12575A70041C75C
Perception du risque chez les jeunes
Le 25 mars 2009 s'est tenu la conférence sur la perception du risque chez les jeunes: un bref compte-rendu Pendant cette conférence, Assuralia et Prevent ont présenté les résultats d'une enquête qui visait à sonder la perception qu'ont les jeunes des risques pour la sécurité et la santé au travail. L'enquête s'adressait aux élèves du 3ème degré de l'enseignement général, technique et professionnel ainsi qu'aux étudiants de l'enseignement supérieur...

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