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Keep Teen Workers Safe Campaign

"Please join OSHA in a joint social media campaign on three successive “Teen Tuesdays,” April 19, April 26, and May 3, to promote the workplace safety and health of teens who are employed or will be over the summer. 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 Keep Teen Workers Safe campaign website:

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 we share posts and information.

Like or share our posts! 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 and #TeenTuesday.

Can’t post multiple times? Please post this message on Tuesday, April 26, 2022:

We care about the safety and health of teen workers!

Thank you for your assistance! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Tina Jones with OSHA at" Thank you VPPPA Region 2!

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