Some young people in Wisconsin are getting an early appreciation for workplace safety, thanks to a program that pairs the Wisconsin Department of Health Service’s Occupational Health Surveillance (OHS) program with Operation Fresh Start, a non-profit organization that helps at-risk youth obtain educational and job skills.
The youthful participants were tasked with developing a work safety program. Among the products they developed: a safety poster, toolbox talk cards, and a safety manual.
Wisconsin said that knowledge learned and outputs developed during these activities are being shared with other Operation Fresh Start programs throughout Wisconsin.
Click here to access the poster and toolbox cards: