The following fact sheets provide concise and clearly illustrated instructions about workplace health and safety hazards and what you can do to prevent injury and illness on the job.
- Working Teen Fact Sheet (PDF) (Spanish version)
Are you a working teen? Protect your health! Know your rights!
Every year nearly 70 teens under 18 die from work injuries in the United States. Another 84,000 get hurt badly enough that they go to a hospital emergency room. This fact sheet outlines workplace hazards that teens should avoid as well as legal rights for their safety.
- UCLA-LOSH Health and Safety Fact Sheets
The Labor Occpational Safety & Health program at UCLA provides several dozen fact sheets on workplace rights, safety, and chemical health risks.
- Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation Fact Sheets
The California Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (CA/FACE) program provides one-page fatality incident summaries with prevention recommendations for workers in high risk jobs or occupations. On average, approximately one worker dies every three days in LA County.