Join Us in Supporting the Teen Worker Safety Social Media Campaign

Join the effort to increase awareness and promote workplace safety and health resources for teen workers, and help share this information with teens, parents, teachers, and employers! This effort is part of a larger campaign powered by OSHA and CareerSafe to protect teen workers at their jobs year-round. The 2021 theme is “Keeping teen workers safe is everyone’s job!”

How to participate in the #KeepTeenWorkersSafe Campaign?

Help us reach teen workers, employers, parents, teachers, and other caring adults with information about workplace hazards, worker rights, and how to speak-up for safety! Share your own social media posts using examples and imagery on the KeepTeenWorkersSafe campaign website, and encourage teens to help spread the word that teen workers have rights by recording and uploading video testimonials here by November 12.  All submissions will be considered for use in a national public service announcement (PSA) that will be released in December.

Here are other ways you can support the campaign:

– Customize and share this message across your network with others who may be interested in supporting the campaign!

– Follow OSHA on Twitter @OSHA_DOL and on Facebook @DepartmentofLabor as they share posts and information.

– Follow campaign co-organizer CareerSafe on Twitter (@CareerSafe) and Facebook (@CareerSafe). Like, retweet, or share their posts!

– Review posts tagged with the hashtag #KeepTeenWorkersSafe and participate in the online dialogue!

– Be sure to use these hashtags in your posts: #KeepTeenWorkersSafe and #KeepWorkersSafe.

– Can’t post multiple times? Please post this message on Wednesday, October 27, 2021:

We care about the safety and health of teen workers! #KeepTeenWorkersSafe #KeepWorkersSafe

Thank you for helping support the rights of teen workers!