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As a new/young worker, you have the right to be safe at work. This means using your voice and asking questions, as well as knowing and exercising your rights and responsibilities at work. Check out the resources and information below to learn more about your right to a safe workplace, including the Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course, which youth aged 13 to 15 are required to complete prior to working. Visit our Young Worker Safety Toolkit for resources for parents, educators, employers and supervisors.
For new Canadian workers, it’s hard to understand safety when you don’t understand the language. We have resources translated in 19 languages to help workers understand their rights and that employers can use in training and orientation. The resources available in other languages can be found by clicking the appropriate language along the bottom of each page of this website.
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Manitoba's Workplace Safety and Health Act and associated regulations are in place to protect the safety and health of workers in Manitoba. Click on each regulation part to be taken to the Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Act and Regulation to learn more about how it applies to our listed safety topic. You can click on the bookmarks icon to reveal a table of contents that will take you directly to each Part within the document.
SAFE Work Manitoba — a division of the WCB is the public agency dedicated to the prevention of workplace injury and illness.
Working with our partners in the safety community, we provide prevention education, safety programming, consulting and strategic direction to create a genuine culture of safety for all Manitobans.